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Heriberta Rodriguez Solis Dies at 63

Heriberta Rodriguez Solis

Heriberta Rodriguez Solis, warmly known as “Erica,” of Candido Guadalupe died on Oct. 24. She was 63 years old.

She was survived by her son, Armando Cruz Sr.; daughter, Margarita Gomez; grandsons: Armando Jr., Angel Miguel, Julio Jr., Jaime, Joshua, Armando Luis, Emanuel, Reynaldo and Angel Joel Cruz, Donovan and Jayden Gomez, and Julio Hernandez; granddaughters: Kaisha, Iris, Thalia, Julianna, Melani and Stefani Cruz, and Amaris Gomez; and great-grandchildren: Alex Paredes Jr., E’Dani Malcomb, and Jelani, Robert, Janiel, Ji’Zaiah, J’Noah, Kaiden, Legend, Zendaline and Deborah K. Cruz.

She is also survived by nephews and great-nephews: Joel and Miguel Colon Jr., Francisco, Rogelio, Rene, Luis, Dario and Mario Rodriguez Jr., Reynaldo, Leonaldo, Rey and Angel Alicea, Ashé Joseph, and Jahzin, Jankee and Josue Rodriguez; and nieces and great-nieces: Tanya and Teena Carrion, Yolanda Alicea, Damaris Colon-Puschaver, Diana, Ana Grecia and Maria Luisa Rodriguez, Tabatha Martinez, Natasha Alamo, Jahdeja Samuel, Aaliyah Colon, Jazmine Rodriguez and Briana Vasquez.

Other survivors include sisters: Carmen Rodriguez and Andrea Rodriguez-Colon; brother-in-law, Miguel Colon Sr.; daughter-in-law, Jessica Rosa; son-in-Law, Roberto Gomez; and special friends: Tita de Jesus, Nereida Rijos, Aida Osorio-Lanzo and family, and Bijilio Rodriguez.

The viewing will begin at 10 a.m. followed by the funeral service at 11 a.m., Tuesday, Nov. 10, at Community Baptist Church, Plot 7 Estate Pearl. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.

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