Kathy Rodriguez

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Peacefully and surrounded by her family, Katherine Rodriguez passed away in her home on March 10th, 2020 at the age of 49 years. 


She will be lovingly remembered by her husband of 32 years George Rodriguez; Children: Serena (Alejandro) Altamirano, and Austin (Melanie) Rodriguez; grandchildren: Elena Altamirano, Jace Rodriguez, and Raven Rodriguez; sister Toni Archuleta; as well as numerous relatives and friends. 


Kathy was predeceased by her mother Virginia Archuleta and father John Archuleta.


Kathy was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. While attending West Denver High School she met the love of her life and best friend George, they married in 1988 and had two children. Together they built a beautiful home and traveled the world together.


Kathy was a devout mother, a true mama bear. She cherished her children and was proud to have raised them both to graduate from university, marry, and have children of their own. She especially loved her role as Nana. She sweetly spoiled her grandchildren in every way possible.  


Kathy was diagnosed with Colon Cancer in 2015. Kathy was fierce and courageous in her battle, an exemplary model of strength. Every day she chose to defeat her disease, and every day she succeeded by living her life to the fullest. The family would like to thank those who encouraged her, supported her, and held her hand in her battle. 

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  1. Kathy, you will never be forgotten and truly was Loved and cherished by those you touched in their lives. I was able to visit with you a few times and on the day of God's calling, I said a quick prayer with you hand in hand. I asked of you to let go it was Ok you made sure that your family and friends were ready. You answered God's call and began your pain journey into eternity, paving the path for us to follow. We soon will reunite in the heavens of the Lord's Kingdom.  

  2. My friend, hearing of your passing was so heartbreaking. All the times we shared and the memories we made flooded my mind and filled me with regret for being so busy and caught up, that we didn't get to make more as we got older. I will cherish the time we spent and you will always be in my heart. Rest peacefully my friend. I will miss you. 
    My sincere condolences to George and family. So sorry for your loss.

  3. Kathy and I worked together and after my Thyroid was removed we talked even more as she was figuring out her surgery as well. Our sons played football together and we had mutual friends. I will remember her as one of the sweetest most caring people I've ever had the pleasure of knowing. She was fighting so hard for years and didn't want to leave her family. As a firm believer in eternal life, she is now with her family forever. A strong an mighty Angel! My Mom passed on the 5th and now I pray for Kathy and my Mom to RIP. Till we meet again Kathy! I love you and thank you for tapping me on the shoulder today and saying goodbye. You know I get the signs! To your family… prayers of healing especially in these hard times. Love Jersey aka Maria Orozco

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