Orlando Rodriguez

Born on June 27, 1967 in Huntington, New York
Departed on September 8, 2020 in Melbourne, Florida

Orlando Rodriguez, 53, born in Huntington, New York passed away on Tuesday, September 8, 2020. Orlando was a QC Manager for 21 years with Aircraft Tubular Components in Melbourne. He served for several years on the Board of Directors and then President of our Homeowners Association. Orlando was a Grand Knight for 5 years with the K of C Council 3746 Melbourne and was very active in community projects for Our Lady of Lourdes Church and School. Orlando is survived by his wife, Lisa; brother, Rafael Rodriguez; sister, Gloria Rendon and niece, Patty Ospina.
A funeral mass will be held on Saturday, September 19, 2020 at 11:00 am at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to a local food pantry, animal shelters or The Wounded Warrior Project.
To all that knew him, Orlando was a funny and caring man who always put others first. He will truly be missed in many ways.

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Gwen and Vince Greco from Melbourne wrote on September 14, 2020:
It is so hard to put into words the loss that we feel knowing we won't see you. You were so strong and taken way too soon. We love you and Lisa so much and will truly miss you.
Gisele Veilleux from Palm Bay wrote on September 14, 2020:
Words cannot express the loss that I feel. The void that is left will never be filled. You will be greatly missed. Love ya O-man!
Vince & Gwen Greco from West Melbourne wrote on September 13, 2020:
My Friend, I am at a loss. You were so scincere and energetic. A true friend to so many people. Your contribution to the community is second to none. I miss you now and will miss you for a very long time. Everytime I raise a glass of good spirit you will be in mind. Enjoy heaven Orlando.
Kathy Powell from Melbourne wrote on September 13, 2020:
It’s with fond memories for Orlando (and his wife Lisa) that I have and cherish. This only mentions just some of the things Orlando will be remembered for as I recall being invited to their home for various giving projects. Bringing Unwrapped toys for kids at Christmas or bringing items for the women in domestic abuse shelters and more. Orlando gave more than his money to this community, he gave his TIME. You be missed in this life, and rewarded in your next.

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