Viviano Rodriguez

Viviano Rodriguez

We are sorry to convey the sad news that Mr. Viviano Rodriguez, a former director of the San Antonio Tea Party, passed away on November 25th. Viviano had an infectious spirit of patriotism and a passionate desire to educate others on the Conservative ideals he cherished. We mourn the loss of Viviano and are keeping his family in our thoughts and prayers.

Viviano Chincarini Rodriguez, a San Antonio native, was a realtor, Master Mason, member of the Alzafar Shrine, Antioch Shrine of Dayton, OH, Director of the San Antonio Tea Party, former board member of the Genealogy Society of Texas and a commercial pilot.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Viviano Quinones Rodriguez (Big Rod) and Irene Marquerite Rodriguez and ex-wife Linda Lidell Rodriguez, of South Haven, Michigan. Viviano graduated from Junction City Sr. High School in 1958.He attended Kansas State University in Manhattan,KS then entered the United States Navy. He completed his education with an MBA from Pepperdine University, Malibu,CA. After leaving the Navy, he joined NCR starting in the mail room; retiring in Dayton,Ohio as Manager, New Business Development.

He is survived by his son Nathan (Julee) Rodriguez, Melinda Spohn, siblings: Marvin, Beatrice, Lawrence, Sandra, and George. Visitation:Tuesday, December 12, 2017 from 6:00p.m.-8:00p.m. Celebration of Life: 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. Interment will follow in Ft.Sam Houston.

For tributes visit www.SunsetNWfuneralhome.com

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One Response to "Viviano Rodriguez"

  1. Jeanette Rhodes Kalk  December 6, 2017 at 3:35 pm

    Viviano was a great tea party patriot and friend. He worked tirelessly on issues and ways he could help improve on conservative principles.
    Denny and I had meetings with him at his favorite Jim’s Restaurant at Blanco and 1604, where we tried to solve the world’s problems.
    We were priviledged to have visited with him a couple of weeks before he passed away. He was so happy to see us and clapped with a grin from ear to ear! He communicated with us in several ways and we had a good time visiting with him. He waved bye to us and clapped his hands with a big smile as we were leaving.
    That’s my last, and good memory of him.
    Goodbye friend. Rest In Peace.

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