OBITUARY

Alice Hernandez Rodriguez

May 22, 1948September 6, 2020

Born May 22, 1948 to Juan and Elvira Hernandez. Alice was raised in D’Hanis, TX with her brother and sister. Alice had three children, ten grandchildren and one great grandchild. She raised her three children and four of her grandchildren in Deer Park. She was a strong woman who raised her four grandchildren herself. She loved her family fiercely. She was all love and no judgment. She was a true warrior who completed 12 rounds of chemo and beat colon cancer one month before she was taken. She was a wonderful and loving person. Alice’s favorite things to do were talk about her grandchildren, share coffee and sweets and enjoy barbeque.

God please have her in your arms and light, please keep her always in heaven close to you. Alice will one day be reunited with her family. She is no longer fighting the health conditions that were causing her pain. She will forever be remembered and loved. Until her family meets her again at heaven’s gate it is not good bye but see you later.

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Patty Valdez

September 12, 2020

My Dearest Madrina,
You were one Beautiful soul ❤ I have the best memories of you while I was growing up. I can still hear your voice & how special you made me feel. I'm in disbelief that you're gone. I'm sad that it had been some time since I'd last seen you. We were miles apart, but I always loved you so much & you will continue to be in my heart ALWAYS. I hope you will watch over me sometimes. Rest in paradise. Love you,
Patty

Maria Valdez

September 11, 2020

Comadre Licha, sorry to hear of your passing you will be missed.Sorry we didn't stay in touch but we did see each other the last time you and your grandkids came to stay with Olga for Thankgiving and Christmas we had some good talks remembering when we would go visit and stay at your house were great times.We were comadres because you and Robert Baptized Patty she was 4 months old now shes 42 .Love you we will miss you. Elena

Robert Rodriguez

September 9, 2020

I will miss you momma. You were always there for me during my ups and downs and you never gave up on me. I will miss your calls during Texans games. I will miss your voice and I will miss holding you. I will never forget the good times mama like when I was small and we would stay up late to watch bonanza every night at 1030 pm religiously. I know you are in heaven now with your mama, dad and grandma estella. I am sad but also relieved that now you can get the happiness and rest that you deserve. I love you mom.

Allison Rodriguez

September 9, 2020

To my Grandma, your “bebeleen” will always remember you making me chorizo and egg with flour tortillas every time I would visit. Go grocery shopping with you, and always go outside with you when you would wanna sit and talk I’ll miss you calling me “Margaret.” Every time I would call you or you’d call me. I’ll miss you forever my sweet loving angel I’ll always remember your sweet voice . Until we meet again ❤️

I love you forever Grandma

Sierra Reyes

September 8, 2020

my precious grandma, i’m gonna miss doing everything with you, i'm gonna miss you getting mad at me because you wanted me to scratch ur back but instead i would tickle you, or when i would hug you too tight, you wanting me to get up early to go to garage sales, you taking me out to eat after my dentist appointments & i could never eat right because i would be in so much pain, ur smile, going grocery shopping with you & me complaining because you liked to take ur sweet time, ur laugh, or when we would argue with each other over who loved who more. i hope ur watching over me, i love you tonsss -ur baby girl sierra<33

mariah gallegos

September 8, 2020

Me and my grandma were very close, but got closer in her final months. We would sit and watch reruns of TV shows, and we would eat together. I brought me and her whataburger one day and I asked her Grandma why didnt you call me I was waiting for you! And she said Because I knew you would come. She had a heart of gold. She was truly my soul mate. I took care of her in her final days, I would've given her my life if I could. Rest in paradise grandma, I love you so much grandma. ❤ The picture of us was when She completed her final chemo 8/6/2020. I surprised her with a chemo party.

Norma Bogucki

September 8, 2020

Love you mommy. You were taken too soon. I will miss you for the rest of my life. Fly high mommy.

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FROM THE FAMILY

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