Bethani Rodriguez

Obituary of Bethani Nikole Rodriguez

Bethani Rodriguez, 30, of Greeley, Colorado, went to be with the Lord on October 30, 2021 from Greeley. Bethani was born in Greeley, to Adolfo Rodriguez and Patricia (Aguirre) Trevino on February 10, 1991. Bethani Nikole Rodriguez was a daughter, a sister, a granddaughter, aunt, niece, a cousin and a friend. Bethani was a warrior at heart, until the very end. Bethani always voiced her beliefs, and defended them with the same regard. Bethani always fought for her family, she said what no one else would say. Bethani was always very brave. Bethani enjoyed, cooking, baking, crocheting, watching old family videos, and was a great dance teacher to those who wanted to learn. Bethani was a very passionate, loving and thoughtful young lady, she was the auntie to put her nieces and nephew in line. Bethani loved animals, her favorite color was purple, she loved the Dallas Cowboys and the Raiders too! Bethani was fascinated with the Egyptian Culture and wanted to visit one day. Bethani was a music connoisseur, and if you had a question on the new songs, Bethani could educate you. Bethani loved and loved hard, for those who knew her, knew how loving and caring she was. Bethani received Christ as her personal savior prior to her passing. So we will see her in heaven one day! Jesus said to her, I am the resurrection and the life, whoever believes in me though he die yet shall he live. and everyone who believes in me shall never die. John 11:25:26 Bethani is survived by her parents; siblings, Brittany, Kaela, and Adolfo Rodriguez Jr; maternal-grandparents, Moises Jr. & Olga Aguirre; nieces, Melodie Ramirez, and Addisyn Rodriguez; and nephew, Cristian Rodriguez. A Celebration of Life will be at 3:00pm on Friday, November 12, 2021 at Mosaic Church, at 3451 23rd Ave, Evans, CO 80620.
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3:00 pm
Friday, November 12, 2021
Mosaic Church
3451 23rd Avenue
Evans, Colorado, United States
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