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Arlenne E. Rodriguez


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Arlenne E. Rodriguez, 35, passed away on Sunday, September 16, 2018, in Bethany, Oklahoma. Family and friends will gather at Anderson Bethany Funeral Home on Thursday, September 20, 2018, for visitation and will proceed with a rosary at 7 p.m. Funeral Services in memory of Arlenne will be held on Friday, September 21, 2018, at St. John’s Catholic Church at 10:00 a.m. Interment will follow at South Park Cemetary in Roswell, New Mexico.

Arlenne was born April 3, 1983 to Demecio “Mario” Rodriguez and Martina Gonzalez in Roswell, New Mexico. In 2005, Arlenne moved to Oklahoma City where she would begin her thirteen-year career in commercial real estate leasing. Her charismatic and caring nature with people helped her advance in her profession as an agent into managerial positions. Arlenne’s favorite activities were karaoke singing, kayaking, journalizing, photography, scrapbooking and listening to music. She loved her family, friends and fur baby passionately.

Arlenne will forever be remembered by her mother and step-father, Martina and Jesus Gonzalez; her father, Demecio Rodriguez and wife; sister, Xochitl Rodriguez; brothers, Irvin Rodriguez, Mario Rodriguez Noriega, and Raul Rodriguez Mota; nieces, Lexus Rodriguez, Jeanette Rodriguez, Bianca Sanchez and her God-daughter and niece Nadiya Rodriguez; closest friends Rhea Gomez, Leticia Maxwell, Crystal Warren, Sonny Long and her beloved dog Princess (Princesa) Rodriguez; and significant other, Matthew Mangrum and his sons Reece and Wade Mangrum.

She is preceded in death by her maternal grandparents Santiago Mata and Manuela Cardenas; paternal grandparents Concepcion Rodriguez and Aurora Silva; sister, Jeanette Rodriguez Mata; and best friend, Susana Mayora.

The Honorary Pallbearers are Jesus Gonzalez, Irvin Rodriguez and Xochitl Rodriguez

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Pallbearers: Cesar Aguilar, Edgar Aguilar, Ivan Aguilar, Rico Castillo, Mario Gonzalez, Matthew Mangrum, Mario Rodriguez, Lupe Rodriguez.


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