OBITUARY

Guadalupe " Wally" M. Rodriguez Jr.

July 9, 1950March 23, 2021
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Guadalupe (WALLY) M. Rodriguez Jr, 70, passed away Tuesday, March 23,2021. He was born July 9,1950 in San Diego, Texas. He passed away with his loving family by his side. He was a loving husband, father, brother, uncle and friend. He will be dearly missed by everyone who knew him.

Wally was a registered pharmacist in the Corpus Christi area for 50 years serving all his patients with respect and counseling as they needed it to get better. He graduated from Foy H. Moody High School class of 1968 proudly adding: “it was the first graduating class”. He graduated from Del Mar College and finished Pharmacy school at the University of Houston in 1975.

Wally had a great joy for life and always had a good story to share with everyone he knew. Wally loved music, books, and his friends. With Wally, once you were a friend to him you were a friend for life. Wally is preceded in death by his father Guadalupe (WALLY) M. Rodriguez Sr., his mother Delia Laurel Rodriguez, his sister Delia Anna Rodriguez, and his brother Jamie Rodriguez. He is survived by his wife Gloria Ann Guerra Rodriguez and was married for 46 years, two sons Louis Albert Rodriguez, and Clayton Andrew (Lysandra) Rodriguez.

Public visitation will be on Saturday March 27, 2021 from 5:00-9:00p.m., with a Rosary to be recited at 7:00 p.m. at Funeraria Del Angel-Memorial Holly. Due to COVID and Holy Week the Memorial Mass is pending.

The family would like to extend thanks to the staff at Christus Spohn South and the Paramedics of unit 14 EMS for their efforts to help Wally in his time of need.

  • FAMILY

  • Wife: Gloria Ann Guerra Rodriguez of 46 years
    Two sons : Louis Albert Rodriguez, and Clayton Andrew (Lysandra) Rodriguez.
    Father: Guadalupe (WALLY) M. Rodriguez Sr.(Deceased)
    Mother: Delia Laurel Rodriguez (Deceased)
    Sister: Delia Anna Rodriguez (Deceased)
    Brother: Jamie Rodriguez (Deceased).

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Lillian Cardiel

March 27, 2021

So many Moody memories. Wally was such an amazing person who was there to help when needed.
May he rest in peace 🙏🙏

Gloria Perez Mondragon

March 27, 2021

It was an honor to call Wally a friend; he was a kindhearted person and great Moody alum. I will miss his sweet smile and friendship. My condolences to his family.

REYNALDO MUNGUIA

March 27, 2021

CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY---
ALWAYS ENJOYED SEEING WALLY AT THE GOLF COURSE-SOCIAL EVENTS---MY FATHER WAS RELATED TO THE FAMILY
ALWAYS CALL HIM PRIMO--A QUIET GENTELMAN--IN GODS
ARMS---WILL BE MISSED BY EVERBODY---GOD BLESS--

THE MUNGUIA FAMILY---RAY-RICHARD-NELDA---

Dolores South

March 27, 2021

My condolences to Wally’s family. May he Rest In Peace.

Ludi Zuniga

March 27, 2021

My condolences to Gloria and family. I remember Wally from back in the day when everyone would run into each other at Brooks. He was a very kind person and favored his father. Not only in looks, but in the good deeds. His father and my father, Agapito Zuniga, were very good friends. Rest In Peace, Wally.

Deborah Garcia

March 27, 2021

Wally was kind and generous. He loved Gloria tremendously and was a wonderful role model to his boys!
There was never a lull in the conversation and never a dull moment when Wally was around! He put everyone at ease and made everyone feel welcome. These are rare traits indeed. What a privilege it was to be his friend! He told so many stories of his beloved Alma Mater that made even this Aggie appreciate the UH spirit! I am happy to have kept in touch with him and will miss him.
Rest in peace, my friend. Keep rooting for your Cougars!

robert benavides

March 27, 2021

Gloria, so sorry to hear about Wally. I met him only a few times when I was younger. His mom Delia was my great aunt. I do remember a kind and hard working person and that never changed.
He will be remembered for his kindness and good deeds in life. They will be an inspiration for many. Please accept my condolences.

Bob
Allen, TX

Florencio Pena

March 26, 2021

Wally was one of the Midway Park boys back in the 50’s and 60’s. Always had a big smile and was liked by everyone. Rest In Peace my friend.
Flo

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