OBITUARY

Leonardo "Lenny" Rodriguez

October 18, 1962April 23, 2019
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The Husband to one, the father to three, the son to four, the brother to some, the coach to many, and the most caring to all.

Leonardo "Lenny" Rodriguez, worked at Lincoln Park High School for 35 years, meeting thousands of students and teachers over the course of his life. He was beloved by every soul he met, and always brought out the best in everyone. He would start with a simple smile, and asked how your day was going, in which he genuinely cared about your health and well-being. He was one of the best listeners, and listened to everything when you would talk to him. He remembered every detail and would continue to follow up with you because he really cared. Years after you left school, he remembered your name and still cared about you. He retired in 2017.

He was the same with family. Whenever you needed something, he was the first to help you out. Driving you everywhere, moving things, or even just lending the ear for you to vent. Being married for 28 years, he was one of the main members everyone depended on, and saw at every event and gathering. The one thing he always wanted was to make sure his family was taken care of, and always did his best to provide for them.

Unfortunately after some health complications, Leonardo passed away in the hospital surrounded by loved ones. Leonardo "Lenny" Rodriguez passed away the morning of April 23rd 2019, at the age of 56. He leaves behind his wife Norma Rodriguez (Muñoz), and 3 kids, Roberto, Nicolas, and Miranda Rodriguez.

He will be heavily missed by everyone.

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Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, April 30, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, May 1, 2019
  • Interment & Committal Service Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Memories

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Michelle Padilla

April 30, 2019

What can I say that others haven't already said about you Broski, you were a one of a kind brother-in-law. God broke the mode after he made you.
Maybe there is something I can say that others haven't said!
You Lenny, yes were lucky to marry my sis but she and our family were the luckiest ones of them all. The day you decided to marry her we all were blessed. I couldn't not have asked for a better brother-in-law. The man without judgment, the man without anger, the man who helped everyone, the man who made jokes, the man who was a chef, the man who was a dam good father and a dam good father figure for so many 😔. A man who was a good husband, no matter how things got. You were the Jack of all trades!!
Lenny, my broski, Da Man❤❤ missing you, loving you, never forgetting you 💞 Rest Easy with Enternal Life

Isabel Guzman

April 30, 2019

Lenny, I still can’t believe you are gone, I can’t believe you’re not coming home. But I will continue to cherish your memories and keep them alive. I will miss you Tremendously. May you rest in Paradise. Love you always

Rodríguez Family Ángel

April 30, 2019

Angel Rodriguez

April 30, 2019

May you Rest In Peace Lenny. I will miss you so much . I will miss doing mechanics work with you and just talking about the old times when the viejos And my parents would just hang out.
Till we see each other again we love you

Andrea Beltran

April 30, 2019

Andrea Beltran

April 30, 2019

Thank you tio for everything. Thank you for loving my tia. Thank you for bringing these three cousins of mine into this world with Titi Norma. Throughout my childhood they played some pivotal parts in my life and without you I wouldn’t have them. Thank you for taking me in so many times under your wing as your adopted daughter every time I slept over the house, as a player on your softball team, as a student in the hallways and a passenger in your daily bus ride to school and as your niece. You will never be forgotten and will forever be missed.

Roberto Rodriguez

April 30, 2019

Nicolas Rodriguez

April 30, 2019

Miranda Rodriguez

April 29, 2019

Miranda Rodriguez

April 29, 2019

Daddy. You left us too soon. You were the one I looked up to. The one I always wanted to be. You were a kind, gentle, caring and truly an incredible man. There’s a lot of things I won’t get to do with you anymore. There are so many things I never got to do with you at all. You were my hero. The first man I ever loved. My heart hurts so much. I never imagine I would only get 22 years with you. You thought me so many things. I’ll miss your stories about how you live in Puerto Rico. How you used to own a pet bull. How you would raise your dogs to protect the house at night to protect your house because of how dark it got at night. I know you’re with your parents (my grandparents) and your brothers (my tíos). I miss you so much already. We all miss you so much. You’re not in pain anymore. You’re not suffering anymore. That’s the important thing here. You are pain free and I love you so much. Robert, Nico and I are going to take care of mom. Hope I made you proud. I’m going to miss you showing off my baby picture that you carried in your wallet. I would give up anything to just have one more day with you. May you Rest In paradise daddy. Also say hello to everyone for me. I LOVE YOU!!!!!

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Biography

The Husband to one, the father to three, the son to four, the brother to some, the coach to many, and the most caring to all.

Leonardo "Lenny" Rodriguez, worked at Lincoln Park High School for 35 years, meeting thousands of students and teachers over the course of his life. He was beloved by every soul he met, and always brought out the best in everyone. He would start with a simple smile, and asked how your day was going, in which he genuinely cared about your health and well-being. He was one of the best listeners, and listened to everything when you would talk to him. He remembered every detail and would continue to follow up with you because he really cared. Years after you left school, he remembered your name and still cared about you.
He retired in 2017.

He was the same with family. Whenever you needed something, he was the first to help you out. Driving you everywhere, moving things, or even just lending the ear for you to vent. Being married for 28 years, he was one of the main members everyone depended on, and saw at every event and gathering. The one thing he always wanted was to make sure his family was taken care of, and always did his best to provide for them.

Unfortunately after some health complications, Leonardo passed away in the hospital surrounded by loved ones. Leonardo "Lenny" Rodriguez passed away the morning of April 23rd 2019, at the age of 56. He leaves behind his wife Norma Rodriguez (Muñoz), and 3 kids, Roberto, Nicolas, and Miranda Rodriguez.

He will be heavily missed by everyone.