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OBITUARY

Roberto Ricardo Garduno

January 22, 1962April 5, 2021
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Roberto R. Garduño (59) passed away on April 5,2021 at 5pm in Chicago, IL after a long battle with health ailments. He is survived by his mother Patricia Velazquez and sister Ericka Garduño. His loving wife of 40 years of marriage Lourdes R. Garduño and four children Marco V. Garduño, Cynthia P. Garduño-Magallanes, Ericka Y. Garduño and Roberto R. Garduño Jr. Roberto was a trucker driver for over 30 years and knew how to get anywhere in Chicago. He was our original GPS. He was a hard and dedicated worker with the main goal of providing for his family. From a young age he showed that dedication for family by being a protector for his younger sister. Although he could be grumpy he knew when to turn on the charm. He was very charismatic and easily made friends everywhere he went. His greatest joy was being a grandpa to his three grand babies, Hailey R. Garduño, Derrick A. Magallanes and Xavier G. Magallanes. Their fondest memories are getting picked up from school and going to the park and later debating what was for lunch McDonalds or Portillos. He sure spoiled all three. Although he is no longer with us we will hold on to our greatest memories of him and will see him again some day. May he Rest In Peace!

Visitation on Saturday, April 10, 2021 from 4:00 pm. to 8:00 pm., at Ridge Funeral Home, (Edward A. Tylka, Manager), 6620 W. Archer Ave. Chicago, IL 60638. St. Jude Service at 7:00 pm on Saturday April 10, 2021. For information call 773-586-7900 or www. ridgefh.com.

Ridge Funeral Home will adhere to current COVID restrictions in the State of Illinois, which allows 50 or fewer guests at a time. Proper social distancing must be practiced and all guests will be required to wear face masks at all times. No food will be allowed at the funeral home. Thank you for your understanding.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.ridgefh.com for the Garduno Family.

Roberto R. Garduño (59) falleció el 5 de abril del 2021 a las 5 pm en Chicago, IL, después de una larga batalla con problemas de salud. Le sobreviven su madre Patricia Velázquez y su hermana Ericka Garduño. Su amada esposa de 40 años de matrimonio Lourdes R. Garduño y cuatro hijos Marco V. Garduño, Cynthia P. Garduño-Magallanes, Ericka Y. Garduño y Roberto R. Garduño Jr. Roberto fue conductor de camiones durante más de 30 años y sabía cómo llegar a cualquier parte de Chicago. Era nuestro GPS original. Era un gran trabajador y dedicado al único objetivo principal de mantener a su familia. Aunque podía ser “Grumpy” sabía cuándo activar el encanto. Era muy carismático y fácilmente hacía amigos dondequiera que iba. Su mayor alegría fue ser abuelito de sus tres nietos, Hailey R. Garduño, Derrick A. Magallanes y Xavier G. Magallanes. Sus mejores recuerdos fueron cuando el los recogía de la escuela e ir al parque y luego debatir qué comerían para el almuerzo McDonalds o Portillos. Le encantaba darle gusto a los tres. Aunque ya no está con nosotros, conservaremos nuestros mejores recuerdos de él y lo volveremos a ver algún día. ¡Que descanse en paz!

Teniendo en cuenta la seguridad de todos nuestros huéspedes y asociados, Ridge Funeral Home se adherirá a las restricciones de reunión actuales en el estado de Illinois, que permite que 50 invitados o menos asistan a los servicios. Se debe practicar un distanciamiento social adecuado y todos los invitados deberán usar máscaras faciales en todo momento. Gracias por su cooperación.

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

  • St Jude Service

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

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Roberto Ricardo Garduno

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Roberto Garduno Jr

April 8, 2021

My dad was a great man, he was hardworking and dedicated to his family. My greatest memory of him was his face when he saw me graduate from the Chicago Police Department. . My father always wanted to be a Chicago Police Officer but never fulfilled that dream. The day I graduated he told me how proud he was. I will never forget that day and I will always cherish is his memory

Thank you Pa.

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