Rodolfo Acuavera Aguila

February 13, 1944September 30, 2010

Rodolfo Acuavera Aguila, 66 of Hanford, California passed away on Thursday, September 30, 2010 in Hanford, California surrounded by his loving familly.

Visitation will be held at People's Funeral Chapel, 501 N. Douty St., in Hanford, California on Saturday, October 2, 2010 from 2 - 6 p.m. Addtional arrangements to be announced.

Arrangements under the direction of People's Funeral Chapel, Hanford, CA.


Rodolfo Acuavera Aguila

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Amy and May Sulog

October 11, 2010

Thank you for the wonderful memories. We will miss you...

Jayp Magno

October 7, 2010

Grandpa, I love you so much and miss you greatly. You've been for me throughout my whole life and have always proven how to enjoy life to it's fullest. You and grandma inspire me so much. Please continue watching for our safety.

Love, Jayp.

Jane Aguila-Magno

October 7, 2010

Daddy Dearest,

Thank you for being YOU. A person who never complains about life,who puts others first before himself,who cares so much for his "kababayan" during his political career that he gave his full service to carry his duty as a father, a friend, a kababali.

The words I won't forget he keeps telling us when he gets so frustrated is "napakadaling maging tao pero mahirap magpakatao". I found this in my life very true. A person need not to achieve a higher education to be somebody. Being somebody is knowing the meaning of life in a deeper way. My Dad sees life in a very simple way and that is to be satisfied of what you have, don't put a person down because of jealousy, when you reach the top don't forget to look back where you really came from, give thanks and give back from the blessings you received and most of all to treat others the way you want to be treated.

Oh! I will surely miss you Daddy!
In every occasion we had, you were there to entertain us with your good singing voice and sharing the laughters. Kuya Alvin and Aileen did not get the chance to share this with you but I promise you, I will take care of them the way you wanted me to.

We will cherished all the memories we had with you, the ups and downs of life we shared, our father-daughter lessons learned,your presence in every occasion with family and friends,our everyday "takbo ng buhay" that everytime I get home you always tell me "kain na Jane!". These and much more will always be in our hearts Daddy.

We will take care of Mama. We will love each other more. Please, continue watch over us.

I love you so dearly.
You may now rest in peace,Daddy.

Rosario Apostol

October 7, 2010

Eternal rest grant unto him Oh Lord and let perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest and peace, Amen. Our prayers and condolences..from Apostol family of Libaba Palauig, Zambales, PI

joan sternberg

October 7, 2010

May the Lord take you to His Paradise...tio rudy

Ferdinand Catolico

October 7, 2010

I recalled the past... so many memories to treasure but your fatherly care & love will always be remembered.(Days when Alvin & I was growing up)May eternal peace grant unto him O Lord. My condolences to the bereaved family.

cleo casaclang aquino

October 6, 2010

our prayers and deepest sympathy..Eternal rest grant unto him oh Lord,and let perpetual light shine upon him...frm Casaclang family

Susan Magno

October 6, 2010

Rudy, we will miss your beautiful smiles & sweetness. Our prayers for you and your loveones.


October 6, 2010


'won't forget those few but precious moments we shared back in Iwakuni and here in Cali. You were the closest to a dad we had in Japan coz all we had was a dozen Moms and you!:) we love you. You will be missed. See you on the other side someday.

lorna de leon

October 6, 2010

You have my deepest symphaties on the death of your daddy...Peace, prayers and blessings...