Andres Salas Rodriguez, Jr.
January 21, 1953-January 15, 2021 Andres Salas Rodriguez, Jr.,67, formerly of Racine, died on Friday, January
15, 2021 at his home in Belen, New Mexico. He was born on January 21, 1953 in Racine, Wisconsin to moms and dads Elena and Andres S.(NEE: Flores)Rodriguez. Andres married his beloved spouse Mary Anne (NEE: Springer) Rodriguez 41years ago. Andres retired from InSinkErator (Racine, WI), Department of Homeland Security (Albuquerque, NM), and Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center (Albuquerque, NM).
Andres was a veteran, having actually served in the United States Army and Air National Guard as an E7 Master Sergeant. He invested many memorable years serving in the 128th Air Refueling Wing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Andres S. Rodriguez had an extraordinary sense of humor with a special capability to be magnificently, hysterically ironical and funny. He reveled in finding out new info, especially history. He was constantly there for anyone who needed assistance. His biggest enthusiasm in life was music; the music, pleasure, and laughter he provided will live on in our hearts and memories permanently. He will be missed out on certainly by numerous enjoyed ones and long-time buddies, for on his excellent journey of life he had lots of.
He will be dearly missed by his partner Mary Anne Rodriquez, and children Deanna (James) Mason and Angelina (Samuel Fernandez) Rodriguez. He will be deeply missed by grandchildren Ariel Rodriguez, Kaylee Vah Hara, Tahlia Van Hara, Piper Van Hara, Aria Mason, Andrew Mason, and Samuel D. Fernandez. He is endured by his siblings Erlinda Rodriguez, Silvia Rodriguez, and Joseph (Deb) Rodriguez, in addition to nieces and nephews Krystle (Denver) Walz, Shai (Dan) Demers, Andrea (Rory O'Brien Jr.) Rodriguez, Caitlin (Deyontay) Williams, and Joseph R. Rodriguez. Andres is preceded in death by his moms and dads Andres S. Rodriguez and Elena Rodriguez, and sister Susan M. Rodriguez.
An event of life to be held at a later date.
Strouf Funeral Home
1001 High Street
Published by Racine Journal Times on Feb. 12, 2021.