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Jacinto "Chinto" Rodriguez

July 30, 1970 — August 4, 2023

Emory

 

Jacinto "Chinto" Rodríguez, un amado esposo, padre, hijo, hermano y amigo, falleció el 4 de agosto del 2023, dejando un legado de amor y preciados recuerdos. Nacido el 30 de Julio del 1970 en Río Verde, San Luis Potosí, Jacinto vivió una vida dedicada a su familia y la tierra que amaba.

A lo largo de su carrera en Hooten's Hardware, Jacinto demostró un compromiso inquebrantable con su trabajo. Era conocido por su meticulosa atención a los detalles y por asegurarse de que sus camionetas estuvieran siempre en perfectas condiciones. Un hombre de energía inagotable y una habilidad innegable para encontrar tareas para hacer al aire libre, el entusiasmo de Jacinto era contagioso. Se enorgullecía de cada trabajo que realizaba y nunca dejaba de sacar sonrisas a los rostros de quienes lo rodeaban.

Pero más allá del ámbito laboral, la verdadera alegría de Jacinto procedía de pasar tiempo con su familia. Estuvo casado con María Rodríguez durante 29 hermosos años y juntos crearon un hogar amoroso lleno de risas y calidez. Sus hijas Elizabeth y Lourdes, y sus hijos Gustavo y Omar trajeron una inmensa felicidad a su vida. El amor de Jacinto por sus hijos no conoció límites mientras los guiaba por la vida con sabiduría y cariño.

La vibrante personalidad de Jacinto hizo que todos los que lo conocieron la pasaran muy bien en su presencia. Su risa contagiosa iluminaba cualquier habitación en la que entraba, convirtiéndolo en un amigo increíble para innumerables personas. Vivió la vida con una positividad inquebrantable que animó a otros a abrazar la alegría por completo.

Uno de los logros más orgullosos de Jacinto fue ser dueño de la tierra por la que trabajó tan incansablemente. Su dedicación no conoció límites mientras invertía su corazón en administrar la tierra y criar ganado. Los frutos de su trabajo no solo fueron ricos pastos, sino también una sensación de satisfacción al dedicarse de todo corazón a algo que amaba.

En este momento de luto, Jacinto será extrañado por su familia y amigos. Deja atrás a su amada esposa María, quien estuvo a su lado durante casi tres décadas, brindándole un apoyo inquebrantable y un suministro infinito de amor. Elizabeth, Lourdes, Gustavo y Omar llevarán el amor de su padre con ellos siempre y para siempre.

Jacinto era un hijo querido por Ángela Juárez y Emilio Rodríguez. Su gratitud por su guía y amor no conocía límites. Compartió un vínculo profundo con sus hermanas Antonia Camacho, María Álvarez y Victoria Rodríguez, así como con sus hermanos Martín Rodríguez, Zenón Rodríguez, Anacleto Rodríguez y Juan Rodríguez. Proporcionaron una base inquebrantable de apoyo familiar a lo largo de su vida.

A las sobrinas, sobrinos, familiares y amigos de Jacinto, recuérdenlo como era: lleno de vida y la encarnación de la alegría. Así a través de los recuerdos compartidos que su espíritu prosperará.

Los servicios para honrar la vida de Jacinto se llevarán a cabo en la Iglesia Católica St. Johns en Emory el 8 y 9 de agosto. El velorio se realizará el 8 de agosto de 5:00 a 6:00 PM. El funeral tendrá lugar el 9 de agosto a la 1 PM

Tras el fallecimiento de Jacinto, encontremos consuelo en nuestros recuerdos de él, recuerdos de un hombre que dejó una marca indeleble en nuestros corazones. Aunque ya no está físicamente presente entre nosotros, Jacinto "Chinto" Rodríguez vive a través del amor que compartió con todos.

Descansa en paz, querido Jacinto.

 

 

Jacinto "Chinto" Rodriguez, a beloved husband, father, son, brother, and friend, passed away on August 4, 2023, leaving behind a legacy of love and cherished memories. Born on July 30, 1970, in Rio Verde, San Luis Potosi, Jacinto lived a life dedicated to his family and the land he held dear.

Throughout his career at Hooten's Hardware, Jacinto demonstrated an unwavering commitment to his work. He was known for his meticulous attention to detail and ensuring that his trucks were always in pristine condition. A man of endless energy and an undeniable knack for finding tasks to be done outdoors, Jacinto's enthusiasm was contagious. He took great pride in every job he undertook and never ceased to bring a smile to the faces of those around him.

But beyond the realm of work, Jacinto's true joy came from spending time with his family. He had been married to Maria Rodriguez for 29 beautiful years and together they created a loving home filled with laughter and warmth. His daughters Elizabeth and Lourdes, and sons Gustavo and Omar brought immense happiness into his life. Jacinto's love for his children knew no bounds as he guided them through life with wisdom and affection.

Jacinto's vibrant personality ensured that everyone who knew him had a great time in his presence. His infectious laughter would light up any room he entered, making him an incredible friend to countless individuals. He lived life with an unwavering positivity that encouraged others to embrace joy fully.

One of Jacinto's proudest accomplishments was owning the land he worked so tirelessly to acquire. His dedication knew no bounds as he poured his heart into managing the land and raising cattle. The fruits of his labor were not only rich pastures but also a sense of fulfillment from dedicating himself wholeheartedly to something he loved.

In this time of mourning, Jacinto will be dearly missed by his family and friends. He leaves behind his loving wife Maria, who stood by his side for nearly three decades, providing unwavering support and an endless supply of love. Elizabeth, Lourdes, Gustavo, and Omar will carry their father's love with them always and forever.

Jacinto was a cherished son to Angela Juarez and Emilio Rodriguez. His gratitude for their guidance and love knew no bounds. He shared a deep bond with his sisters Antonia Camacho, Maria Alvarez, and Victoria Rodriguez, as well as his brothers Martin Rodriguez, Zenon Rodriguez, Anacleto Rodriguez, and Juan Rodriguez. They provided an unbreakable foundation of familial support throughout his life.

To Jacinto's nieces, nephews, extended family members, and friends - remember him as he was: full of life and the embodiment of joy. It is through the memories shared together that his spirit shall thrive.

Services to honor Jacinto's life will take place at St. Johns Catholic Church in Emory on August 8th and 9th. The visitation will be held on August 8th from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM. The funeral service will take place on August 9th at 1:00 PM.

In the wake of Jacinto's passing, let us find solace in our collective memories of him—memories that remind us of a man who left an indelible mark on our hearts. Though no longer physically present among us, Jacinto "Chinto" Rodriguez lives on through the love he shared with all.

Rest in peace, dear Jacinto.

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Service Schedule

Past Services

Visitation

Tuesday, August 8, 2023

Starts at 5:00 pm (Central time)

St Johns Catholic Church

551 FM 2795, Emory, TX 75440

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Funeral Service

Wednesday, August 9, 2023

1:00 - 2:00 pm (Central time)

St Johns Catholic Church

551 FM 2795, Emory, TX 75440

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Interment

Wednesday, August 9, 2023

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