Janie Rodriquez

Janie Rodriquez, 62, of Bryan, passed away on Friday, February 6, at home in Bryan. A memorial service celebrating her life will be 5:30pm, Thursday, February 12, at St. Michael’s Episcopal Academy Chapel, 2402 South College Avenue, Bryan. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory.

Janie was born to Macario and Erlinda Revilla Martinez, in Chrismon, Texas in Burleson County. Janie was a lady who thrived by giving and sharing. She made sure that the elders in the family were cared for and happy. She truly enjoyed spending her time with family, especially her grandchildren. Janie was always looking for treasured items and was often seen around town at garage sales bringing home treasures from the heart to share with her family. She was an avid gardener, sharing many of her flowers and plants with family and friends. She was employed at HEB until her health prevented her from greeting her customers with a warm embracing smile. She was Catholic in faith. Janie’s open heart was sustained by the love she shared with her husband, Ernest. They were best friends, life partners, and wholeheartedly supported each other in the joys and sorrows of their lives. Together they nurtured and provided stability for their family and taught the values of responsibility, love of family, service to country, the healing power of laughter, and the triumph of love over all difficulties. Her presence will be truly missed.

Preceding her in death are her father Macario Martinez; her brother Bonifazio Martinez; and her brother-in-law Ruben Gomez.

She is survived by her husband of 41 years, Ernesto Rodriquez Jr.; her sons Adrian Rodriquez and wife Araceli, Michael Anthony “Turtle” Rodriquez and wife Ana; her daughters Lynn Rodriquez and husband Jessie Molina Jr., and Naomi Rodriquez; her brothers Macario Martinez Jr. “Mack” and wife Sally, Manual Martinez, and David Martinez; her sisters Mary Gomez and Elise Mixon and husband Perry; her mother Erlinda Revilla Martinez; her twelve grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; and a host of relatives and friends.

Expressions of condolences can be made at callawayjones.com

Condolences

  1. We are deeply sadden by the passing of our dear friend. We will miss the good times we spent through the years. May the Lord care for my good friend Ernest, through these difficult times.

  2. MY PRAYERS ARE WITH ALL THE FAMILY OF JANIE RODRIGUEZ, I AM SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. I PRAY TO GOD THAT HE MAY BE WITH ALL OF YOU DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME. MAY SHE REST IN PEACE.

  3. Condolences to the family of Janie Rodriquez. Janie was a sweet person who always had you laughing.I am gonna really miss not seeing her outside doing her yardwork.She loved her plants and flowers.Also gonna miss those little talks we always had . May you rest in peace forever my friend.

  4. I would like to take this time to say I am really sorry you have lost your wife, mother, grandmother and daughter. Levon and I was just so shocked when Sandy told us about this. I was glad to get to meet eeveryone. I hope that we can get back to Texas to spend more time with our family there soon. We are praying and if you need anything ease let us know and we will help in anyway we can. Levon has told me sso much about his family in Texas and I can say that there is a lot of love in this family. May God give you comfort in this time of loss but remember that your wife, mother, grandmother and daughter is not in any pain any more. She is rejoicing and healthy.. Love you all.

  5. Please except our deepest condolences on the loss of cousin Janie.The last time we saw her she was so cheerful and so talkative. Heaven has gained a beautiful angel.
    From: Blasa Sanchez
    Robert and Delores Acosta

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