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Ana Gloria Rodriguez Dies at 47

Ana Gloria Rodriguez

Ana Gloria Rodriguez of Mutual Homes died on Dec. 13. She was 47 years old.

She is survived by her companion, Ricardo Velasquez; daughters: Tanya and Teena Carrion, and Griselle Boulogne; son: Jose Boulogne Jr.; grandchildren: Jahdeja Samuel, Kiara Neptune, Jahnisa Boulogne and Januel Nales; daughter-in-law, Anisa Newton; sisters: Carmen and Heriberta Rodriguez, and Andrea Rodriguez Colon; and adopted sister, Maria Hernandez. She is also survived by nieces: Yolanda and Briana Alicea, Margarita Gomez, Damaris Puschaver, Tabatha Martinez, Natasha Alamo, Kaisha, Iris, Thalia, Stefani, Melani and Juliana Cruz, Noli Rodriguez and Michelle Collado; nephews: Joel and Miguel Colon Jr., Reynaldo Sr., Leonardo, Rey and Angel Alicea, Armando Sr., Armando Jr., Junior, Manuel, Angel, Reynaldo, Julio Sr., Julio Jr., Kiko and Angel Cruz, Donovan and Jayden Gomez, Frankie Rodriguez, Esteban and Guillermo Collado; sister-in-law, Ivette Carrion; brothers-in-law: Juan and Orlando Carrion; special friends: Angie Belardo, Toñin, Jessica Rosa, Rosa Brache, Delta Harris, Lester Frett, Guellero, Pastor Perry, Victorious Believers Ministries, and the Carrion, Boulogne, Gomez, Johny and Davis families; and cousins and other relatives too numerous to mention.
A viewing will take place at 10 a.m. and a funeral service at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 29, at the Victorious Believers Church in Peter’s Rest. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.
Professional services are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.
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