Dora Jane Rodriguez

June 30, 1971 - September 26, 2022
Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers
6025 82nd Street
Lubbock, TX 79424
Monday 10/3, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

The family of Dora Jane Rodriguez will celebrate her life of 51 years at  5:30 PM on Monday, October  3, 2022, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. We invite you to view the live-streamed service and sign her virtual guestbook on this page. Dora Jane Rodriguez was called home to be with our LordContinue Reading

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Susie Segura left a message on October 4, 2022:
Ryan i want to give my deepest condolences to you and your wife and extended family. I worked with your mother a few years at CHCL she was the sweetest which I am sure you know that already. She would transfer a call to me but we would talk about family and she would always ask about my daughter she would ask, "how is baby girl doing" When my brother went to sing at the services he was telling me who she was but I did not know if was your mother. He came home with the card of her service and I was in shock when I discovered it was your mother. My husband was one of her best friend in high school (Timothy Segura) he was in shock too. I am very sorry we were not there to pay our respects but know this, she is no longer suffering and is singing and dancing with no problem.
Sandy Rosendo left a message on October 4, 2022:
My sincere condolences to you Ryan and your wife, I’ve known your mom for over 30 years and I don’t know if you remember me but me, her and my cousin Gracie lived with each other for a while before either of our kids were born. She was considered not only one of my best friends but part of our family. Me and your mom went through a lot of things together and did a lot of crazy stuff and I will miss her forever, May you find comfort in knowing that she is now with her mother that I know she missed very much and now back with her father. Now you will have three guardian angels watching over you, take care of you and your beautiful wife and I will keep you in my prayers. The Rosendo Family (Sandy)
Pricilla Cordero Martinez left a message on October 3, 2022:
Ryan my condolences to you and your family. Dora was a great friend of 29 years. We talked for hours on the phone and laugh. She say " Mujer que es tu Novella" That is what we say when we needed to discuss thi ngs that were heavy in our hearts. I admire her since I met her. You were a baby and your grandpa would take care of you. Your grandpa was such a nice man. Dora was there for me when I had my first born. We talk about our experiences. Your mom was funny, loveling, hard worker, out spoken, and very loyal. She never failed to express her love for you and what she hoped for your future. She was so scared when you would get hurt or were tired. She adored your time together and spoke highly of you. I would remind her that it was her that made you so special. Her examples were what made you the man you are today. Ryan I will miss your mom dearly but will always have her in my heart forever
Carla Zavala left a message on October 3, 2022:
I'm so glad that we stayed in touch with each other after working together several years at CHCL. One of my favorite memories with her was a Ruidoso N.M. trip over 20years ago, and of course a few ladies night out on Fridays so many years ago were just as fun and funny. I'm so glad that she shared you (Ryan) with me and my family when you were a little boy. You were, are a perfect son to your mom, Ryan...ever attentive and loving, your mom loved you so very much. I already miss her, our long phone conversations. May she rest in peace in Our Heavenly Father presence.
Rachel Lujan left a message on October 3, 2022:
My condolences to you Ryan. I met your mom in high school she was a very sweet lady. I have a lot of high school memories with her I had come from a different high and she and her other friends welcomed me and made the change easier for me. Dora was sweet,funny and a great friend I just wish we would’ve stayed connect along the years.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
BARBARA MARTINEZ TORRES left a message on October 3, 2022:
My dearest Ryan, our Prayers are with you and Cera during this time. Your mom was a great person and grew up to be a strong woman. She was loved by many being the only child your grandparents were Blessed with. When you came into our world we couldn’t wait to know about you as well and how your Granpa loved spending time with you daily!!! He was so proud of you and your mom. Even though our calls to one another we’re not as frequent as I would’ve loved, your mom and I would have long conversations and talked about everything!! I so enjoyed her growing up and being in touch with her. Now you and Cera have a new chapter in your lives. I remember how she didn’t want to think of you getting married but she knew she had to let you go. Something all moms go through!!!!! Your mom and your grandparents are so proud of you as we are. You continue to be the wonderful young man you’ve grown up to be and Blessings to You and Cera in your new life together Always. May God heal your heartaches by keeping her memories alive. Love from my family, Barbara❤️🙏🏻❤️
Melinda Vasquez Ybarra left a message on October 3, 2022:
My deepest condolences to Dora's son and family. I have very fond teen memories with Dora. Spending the night at her house, watching movies, listening to music, doing each other's hair and makeup. She was truly a kind soul. She will be missed but never forgotten. May you Rest in Peace Sweet Dora Jane ♥
Jo Ann Galvan Salazar left a message on October 3, 2022:
I will always cherish our 30 + year friendship. You were graceful as you were beautiful who loved to laugh and carried yourself with such elegance and style. A true lady and dearest friend. You always took the time for me when I’d call and we’d talk about everything to include our Bon Jovi crush and laugh about high school big hair of the 80’s and great times. Thank you for choosing me to be your friend and caring like family. I admired your hard work and strength as a single mother in your success of raising a successful happy loving son as Ryan. My deepest heartfelt sympathies Ryan. She was a beautiful soul 🕊 whom I loved like a sister and will miss dearly.
Elida Barela left a message on October 2, 2022:
In the Summer 1984 my father drove us, a family of 5, to Texas from Colorado. Our first stop was Lubbock. It was late evening when we finally arrived at my Uncle Chale's and my cousin Dora's place. I was so excited to see Dora. We went straight to her room and Dora had her boombox ready to go!! We danced and sang to the JETS, Crush on You, and El DeBarge's Rhythm the Night. We jumped and danced on her bed and sang like we were in concert. We left after visiting for a couple of hours and then off to Lamesa we went. That was the last I saw Dora Jane. We reconnected again as grown women in our late 30's and from then on we both kept in touch, but she did a better job then I did. May you rest in peace Dora Jane. I can picture you with your mom and dad, a happy healthy 14 year old girl singing at the top of her lungs to the best 80's hits.
Elva Caballero left a message on October 2, 2022:
Our deepest condolences to you Ryan & your wife. Dora was a beautiful friend, I will cherish our memories together.
Priscilla Caballero-Botello left a message on October 1, 2022:
Ryan, my sincere condolences to you & your family. I loved your mom’s laugh & will always cherish the good memories of our friendship. I loved working with her & her laugh was so infectious. Prayers & love!
Lydia Covarrubio left a message on October 1, 2022:
You were the world to your mom Ryan. She will always be special to me. She once told me she wished I’d been her mom 💕
Liz and Arnie Castro left a message on October 1, 2022:
Our deepest condolences to Ryan and Cera. May the good Lord wrap his loving arms around you during this difficult time. Keeping you both in our thoughts and prayers.
Lake Ridge Chapel & Memorial Designers left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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