Ramiro Rodriguez

January 16, 1950February 4, 2021

Ramiro Rodriguez (71), of Sugar Land Texas passed away on February 04, 2021 after a 72 day fight against COVID-19. He was born on January 16, 1950, in Mercedes, Texas, to Rafael and Lucila “Lucy” Rios Rodriguez. Ramiro grew up in El Campo, Texas, where he attended school and graduated in 1969. After graduation, he worked for I-C Manufacturing Company in El Campo servicing the building and the equipment. In the early 1970s, he moved his family to Sugar Land and worked for Pitney-Bowes as a copier technician. He soon became a supervisor and lecturer at training seminars at their Connecticut headquarters. Ramiro then went to work as an insurance agent for Farmers Insurance and the insurance business became one of his passions. He eventually opened an independent agency, Rodriguez Insurance. Ramiro was a man of many talents; he had a knack for computer science and taught himself to fix any computer problem he encountered. He was an outstanding handyman, excelling in carpentry, flooring, plumbing, and electrical. He also spent many years volunteering his time working with the Sugar Land police department’s Community Assistance Support Team (CAST). He cherished his family: his wife, his sons, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, brothers, sister, and in-laws. He loved to join his family in football, basketball, disc golf, kickball, biking, or any other sport/game being played. Ramiro is survived by his wife, Gracie Flores Rodriguez; his son, Rob Rodriguez; daughters-in-law, Jamie Rodriguez and Lisa Rodriguez: grandchildren Chloe Rodriguez, Cole Rodriguez, Zachary Rodriguez, Abigail Rodriguez, and Maya Rodriguez, all from Sugar Land, Texas; his brothers Abel Rodriguez (Lydia) from El Campo, Texas, and Robert Rodriguez (Beth) from Houston, as well as his sister Irma Rocha (Victor) from El Campo; Mother in law, Rosa Flores. Also surviving are his many nieces and nephews that loved him dearly. He was preceded in death by his parents and his son Greg.

Visitation will be held on Wednesday, February 10th at The Settegast-Kopf Co. @ Sugar Creek in Sugar Land, Texas from 6-8pm. A celebration of life service will be held on Thursday, February 11th at River Pointe Church (Richmond campus) at 2:00pm. Casual dress. The family requests that strict social distancing guidelines are followed. In addition, masks are required at both the visitation and celebration of life service.


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, February 10, 2021

  • Memorial Service

    Thursday, February 11, 2021


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Chris Carlson

February 26, 2021

To a great friend, mentor and second father to me. Ramiro Rodriguez, up until you passed and went to heaven, you probably never knew the amount of influence that you had in this world. Your laugh, your smile and your kindness will remain to linger throughout this world for decades. Thank you for always being a great friend, a great father to Greg and Rob, great husband to Gracy and great grandfather to all of your grandchildren.

I'll always love you "MIJO"!

Chris Carlson

Mike Ruiz

February 25, 2021

My deepest condolences to the family for your loss of such a wonderful man! I have known Ramiro since 2004 when I was looking for someone in the insurance industry. He immediately caught my attention with his friendliness, outgoing character and eagerness to help! He was such a wonderful person always willing to talk as if you were the most important person at the moment. He never made me feel like he was too busy to talk or answer questions. I felt as if he was part of the family!
I hope you find comfort in knowing Ramiro was able to make a positive mark on humanity in so many ways! He will be sorely missed by me and many, many others! May your hearts be filled with all the great memories you have of him!


February 24, 2021

One of the best guys I ever knew RIP my good friend


February 24, 2021

I’m so sorry to hear this!!! Sending prayers and my condolences! Kayla Kennedy Nimmo and I loved your dad and he loved us...He was a terrific person and we have some great memories of him!!


February 24, 2021

I am so thankful that my aunt Gracie brought Ramiro into our family. It was a pleasure knowing Ramiro. Of all the memories, I enjoyed him teaching me how to drive, I enjoyed those times with him so much. I have so many more great memories of him that I will cherish forever. My deepest condolences go to all of Ramiros family and to my aunt Gracie. Him and Gracie were truly the greatest power couple and I hope to one day to find a love like they have. He was such a strong man and his fight proved it all. He will forever be missed and loved. ❤️ ✝️


February 24, 2021

Sending thoughts and prayers for your family. Your dad always made me feel so welcome when I would visit Lisa and the family.He always had that wonderful smile and great sense of humor. Most of all I remember how proud he was of his grandchildren .He was an amazing man . May God hold you close to his heart and fill you with his deepest love 🥀


February 24, 2021

My deepest sympathy to the family. My heart breaks for you and Gracie. Ramiro was a great friend, we worked at SLCPA and he was my favorite CAST partner. I have such fond memories. Ramiro and Gracie were always so helpful and just such a wonderful couple. Praying for you all.


February 24, 2021

Ramiro and Gracie played a huge part in raising me to be the person I am today. I am forever grateful to have had him in my life. It is because of him that I will always try and fix something in my house first before even considering hiring a contractor! He will forever be a part of my life and I will miss him. Thankful to my aunt Gracie for finding happiness with him and bringing him into our family!
Rest In Peace.


February 24, 2021

He was my brother and my best friend. We talked every day on the phone. We worked on so many projects together, laughing and having a good time even as our muscles grew sore from a hard day's work. There are memories of him everywhere around me, from things we built to tools he gave me and the stories associated with them. We never said no to each other's request for help, no matter how crazy the project was. His was a life well lived and I will miss him every day.


February 24, 2021

I'm so sorry to hear of Ramiro's passing. My condolences to his family. He was such a great and kind person. I enjoyed working with him at Sugar Land PD and I will miss our catch up lunches.