Richard J. Rolon

June 21, 1963July 26, 2020

Richard Rolon was born in Brooklyn, New York on June 21st, 1963 and raised by his parents, Filomena and Pablo Agosto. Due to the influence of The Beatles in the 1960s and Richard's style and full head of hair, his family members called him Biro. He was known to his friends as Rich.

Richard met the love of his life, Xiomara Bravo, in April 1994. The two wed in North Miami Beach, FL on January 1st, 1996 and began their life together. Hand in hand, they raised two daughters and moved to Texas in May 2006.

The family's most cherished memories were created at the kitchen table, where they always gathered and connected with one another. This was where the family made their biggest decisions and celebrated their greatest successes. One of the family's favorite traditions was watching his favorite movie, It's a Wonderful Life, each Christmas.

Richard's hobbies included riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle, accessorizing his trucks, shopping, spending time enjoying his backyard, and listening to freestyle 80's music. His favorite place to be was at home with his family.

He is preceded in death by his daughter, Natalie Rolon, his grandfather, Pablo Agosto, and beloved dog and trusted companion, Tiger.

Richard is survived by his mother, Filomena Agosto of Frisco, TX, his wife, Xiomara Rolon of Frisco, TX, his daughter Nicole Rolon-Caro and her husband Christopher of Allen, TX, his daughter, Nadieska Rolon of Frisco, TX, and his spoiled furbaby, Chica.

Richard was one of a kind. He was always available to lend a hand, offer advice, and share unconditional love. His legacy will live on in all of the hearts that he touched.



  • Memorial Mass

    Wednesday, July 29, 2020

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Doris Rivera

September 23, 2020

We still ALL cannot believe that you are really gone. We keep talking about All the beautiful memories we shared. May you Rest in the Sweetest Peace Richard . 🙏🏻💔💙 Until we meet again . Anthony & Richard June 2020

Nelson Acevedo

September 18, 2020

Miss you so much man,,wish you was here,,

Nicole Rolon

September 11, 2020

“Now I know why you always told me to be strong. You knew that one day I would need the strength to bear your loss.”

I love you daddy with all my heart. I miss you every moment of my day. ❤️

You are the greatest papa bear in the world. 🌎

Anthony Rivera

August 27, 2020

MaMa misses you so much

Xi Rolon

August 26, 2020

The moment that you left me my heart was split in two; one side was filled with
memories; the other side died with you.

I lay awake at night when the world is fast asleep; thinking about all memories with tears upon my cheek.

Remembering you is easy, I do it everyday;
missing you is a heartache that will never go away.

I hold you tightly within my heart and there you will remain; You see, life has gone on without you, but will never be
the same.

I will love you forever ......Until we meet again 💔

Nelson Acevedo

August 18, 2020

Donna Williston

August 5, 2020

Sending prayers to his lovely wife, Xiomara and beautiful family.
I will remember all the times that I shared with, Richard. I met him at work in 2015 at the Richardson site. He was my work family and that grew into our friendship that I cherished. He was a shoulder for me to lean on with work and in my personal family life. He was a very dear trustworthy friend & like family to me. He was always helpful and looking out for me. I feel blessed to have gotten to know Richard and am forever grateful to have had him as my dear friend. To my dear friend, I will miss you & never forget you.
Much love, Donna Williston

Parla Johnson

August 5, 2020

Richard was a supportive, authentic, genuine person. I can appreciate what he shared with us as a team. He would go the extra mile to provide ways of improvement for the daily workflow. He was loved by many of us and will be truly missed.

Brenda John

August 5, 2020

Richard was a gentle ,kind and helpful person. He is always wanting to help with anything he is able to assist with. I want to than God for his life and the time he spent with his work family. My heart goes to his family at this difficult time and may his soul RIP.

Julia and Luis Polanco

August 1, 2020

My dearest cousin Biro, I am heart broken and still can’t believe this has happened. My heart is heavy. I will always treasure our special memories in New York and Miami. You are an amazing husband and father. You will truly be missed and will forever be in our hearts.

Love always, Julie and Luis Polanco


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