Aurora Armas Rodriguez
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A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Friday, Jan. 24, for Aurora Armas Rodriguez, 87, a Tracy resident since 2012, who died Jan. 15 after a long illness.

Mrs. Rodriguez, a native of Los Angeles, was born Aug. 11, 1926, and moved with her family at age 5 to Aguascalientes, Mexico. She met her future husband in Nochistlan, Zacatecas, Mexico, and they married and settled in San Bruno, where she raised five children.

Mrs. Rodriguez moved to Tracy in 2012 to be with her family.

Survivors include her husband, Guillermo Rodriguez of Tracy; five children, Oscar Rodriguez, and his wife, Lilia, of Valley Springs, David Rodriguez, and his wife, Gloria, of Riverbank, Maria Trinidad “Trini” Rodriguez of Tracy, Guillermo Rodriguez Jr., and his wife, Adela, of Stockton, and Judith Montecinos, and her husband, Arturo, of Tracy; three sisters, Rosario Tovar of Modesto, Evangelina Martinez of Mira Loma and Margarita Santillan of Los Angeles; 16 grandchildren; and 31 great-grandchildren.

Preceding her in death were her parents, Eulogio and Eduvijes Armas; and two brothers, Alfredo and Ramon Armas.

Friday’s Mass will begin at 11 a.m. at St. Bernard’s Catholic Church, 163 W. Eaton Ave. Visitation will be observed from 9 to 9:30 that morning at Fry Memorial Chapel, 550 S. Central Ave., followed by a rosary at 9:30 a.m. Burial will be in Chapel of the Chimes Memorial Park, 32992 Mission Blvd., in Hayward. An online guest book can be viewed at

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