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Rodney (Puppet) Glenn Garza

December 4, 1964 — March 19, 2014

 

 

Services

Visitation will be held at J. Levy & Termini Funeral Home on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., with a vigil and rosary beginning at 7:00 p.m., with Deacon Sam Dell’Olio officiating.

A Mass Of Christian Burial will be held on Wednesday, March 26, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father E. J. Stein officiating.

Interment will follow at Galveston Memorial Park Cemetery in Hitchcock, Texas
 

 

Rodney (Puppet) Glenn Garza, age 49, passed away Wednesday, March 19th, 2014 at UTMB in Galveston. Rodney is a BOI and always will be remembered as one; he was born December, 4th, 1964 in Galveston. He was preceded in death by his brother Kenneth Garza, Grandparents Adolfo O. Garza, Fannie Garza, Navaleen Bjerke and many other family members and friends. He is survived by his wife Melissa Aymes Garza. Additional family members included cherished son Aaron Garza and daughter Meagan Garza; beautiful granddaughter Madison Garza; mother Joyleen Garza, father Willie Garza and step mother Mary Garza; and numerous aunts, uncles and other family members.

Rodney loved to fish, surf, and play darts and spending with family and friends. He is a well known legend of fishing and will be always remembered as the best fisherman around; only he will know his secret fishing holes. He would even out fish all his fishing buddies. Many friends called him Sneaky because he constantly snuck up on fish.

Rodney was a great dart player he won numerous trophies and ribbons. The teams he played on were B-52’s, Kiler Pirahnas, Heavy Hitters, Killer Bees, Pirana’s, Pirana 2, Blind Melons and Predators.
Rodney loved spending time with family and friends. He always made time to be a great father to his son and daughter and over many years being a wonderful husband and a wonderful son to his parents. Rodney always looked forward to spending time with his granddaughter. He left many impressions on family and friends and he will be truly missed.

Pallbearers include Bobby Morrow, David Flores, Daniel Gonzales, Kelly Quinn, Michael Rubio, Johnnie Garza, Mike Porretto, and David Rojas.

Honorary Pallbearers include Brook Strain, Daniel Sanchez, his uncles, William, Donald, Allen, Dennis, Walter, Tommy, Rick and Danny Bjerke, and Raymond Rubio.

I FOUGHT THE FIGHT AND I WON NOW I AM GOING HOME