OBITUARY

Bertha M. Rodriguez

January 5, 1950November 7, 2020
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Bertha M. Rodriguez (Birdie) was born in Corpus Christi, Texas on January 5, 1950 to Vicente and Maria Magallan. The Pearly Gates of Heaven opened wide on November 7, 2020 and welcomed her home.

She is survived by her husband of 50 years, Agustin Rodriguez Jr, her three children Tracy Garza and her husband Tim, Agustin Rodriguez IV, and Miguel Rodriguez and his wife Tammy. Also surviving are her three grandchildren Jacob, Andrea, and Alyssa along with their spouses Laura, Michael, and Trevor. As well as two great grandchildren, Ayden and Theodore.

Birdie will be remembered for her unrelenting love for her family, her selfless acts of kindness, her forever giving heart, and her pure joy for life.

We welcome virtual condolences from family and friends which may be offered at https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/houston-tx/bertha-rodriguez-9893886

In lieu of flowers, donations are welcomed in her memory to the American Liver Foundation at www.liverfoundation.org

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Sylvia M. Quinn

November 28, 2020

To my big sister and best friend Birdie

I say this with a heavy heart. I have suffered a great lost, but knowing you are resting peacefully over me. By losing the most loving, caring, giving and grateful big sister in our lives. It will be very lonely without Birdie. She was feisty and funny. I will miss her mixed up words, such as GPS was her term for UPS. My big sister was know as Momo or Birdie. But she was known to me as my Big Sister and Best friend. What many may not have known she was a freebird that flew high on life. Like the the song says she is and was the wind beneath my wings. Birdie was always there for me. And it has been hard for me to express, but If I could have one more birthday wish. I wish all of my sisters would be together for one more time. When you come from a large familia like us, it is hard to lose a part of you. But to lose my big sister Birdie and best friend this is one of the hardest moments. Every time I went back to visit to visit my familia, I knew I was home. Because all of my Brothers and Sisters are home. Birdie will be greatly missed. My big sister Birdie was the unity that kept us grounded and together. Her Heart was rich with love and big to share with all of us.

Love you Always!
My Big Sister Birdie ❤️
My Best Friend !

Peewee

Linda Garcia

November 28, 2020

Words can never express the deep sorrow I have knowing I can no longer hear your voice or visit you. You were my best friend and my confidante...my partner in crime....You did leave me with some of the best memories and it is a comfort to know that I will see you again. Until we meet again my lovely sister ~ Love Linda

Vianey Gomez

November 24, 2020

My momo was first my director at Affordable Daycare in 2004, she always helped me learn things to be better and move up the job later working together in her garage babysitting, then over time she became a best friend and then a mother, the best mother that can exist, little by little she got to know her and popo's beautiful family. A hard-working, strong woman, always dedicated to her family. We will miss you very much but you will always be in our mind and heart. Our condolences to the whole family. Here we will be for all of you, If you need anything please let us know. With love Mario, Gustavo, Emmanuel and Vianey Gomez.

Linda Reyna

November 16, 2020

My deepest sympathy to the family during this time of sorrow. Birdie was a fun loving women with a huge heart, who brought much love and joy to family and friends. Always had a beautiful smile on her face even in her toughest times. She will truly be missed. Linda Reyna

Pati Robertson

November 16, 2020

I am truly thankful that Momo came into my life💕 She had a joy and laughter that was just amazing you could see it in her smile. She will always hold a special place in my heart.
I am so sorry for your loss and will continue to pray for comfort during this difficult time.
Love Pati Padilla Robertson

Ana Marie Lozano

November 15, 2020

Our condolences to the family
She will be truly missed

Marina Antoniou

November 14, 2020

I have so many memories of my Tia. She is a shining star that will shine bright in my life. I find peace in knowing she has joined my Tia, Tio, and Granny.

I miss my family and I can not wait for the day I get to see, hug, and share in some tears with you. I send my love and prayers to the family and to my family .

Rest Easy Tia Birdie. You have left my heart so broken, but it will heal in time with the happiness of your spirit.

Love Marina, Mikey, Lennon, Lucas

Janet Solis

November 12, 2020

Myself and my daughters sincerest condolences on the passing of your mother our Birdie. She was a very special woman to my family and she was very loved by my family. Our Birdie will be missed by many. Sending prayers to you and your family.

Zeke & Rosa Cavazos

November 11, 2020

Zeke and I got the pleasure of knowing Birdie and Gus when we were station in England. We were all part of the Camaradas Club. We had a lot of good times while we were there. (78-81)
Gus, sending you and your family our deepest condolences for the loss of your wife birdie.
Zeke & Rosa Cavazos

Heather Tindle

November 11, 2020

As a friend of Mike and Tammy Birdie always made me feel like part of her family.. She was a sweet woman and I would want her to know that her kindness meant so much to me. My sincere condolences go out to the Rodriguez family, I am so sorry for your loss. I know she’s surrounded by angels in heaven.

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