Leora Eileen Hobbs Rodolico, 19 May 1934 – 24 March 2014

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Leora Eileen Hobbs Rodolico

RODOLICO – Leora Eileen Hobbs Rodolico of Denton, Texas went home to our Savior, Jesus Christ on Monday, March 24, 2014.  Her passing was quick and perhaps to some unexpected,  but long awaited by our Lord.

Mrs. Rodolico was born on May 19, 1934 in Seattle, Washington, the daughter of the late Carl A. and Ruth Margaret Hobbs.  She married her late husband Charles Rodolico in Cheyenne, Wyoming on May 26, 1951.  She and her husband moved to Waxahachie, Texas in 1953 and then to Denton, Texas in 1971.  While in Denton Mrs. Rodolico was an educator with the Denton Independent School District, teaching at Frank Borman Elementary School and Newton Rayzor Elementary School until her retirement in May 1994.  She was a painter and an avid crafter of beaded jewelry.  She loved listening to classical music and working in her garden.  She was a devoted wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend.  Mrs. Rodolico was a member of the Asbury United Methodist Church in Denton, Texas.

Leora is survived by her son, R.W. Rodolico, and daughter Domenica “Niki” Rodolico both of Dallas, TX., granddaughter Tiffany Spooner of Denton, TX., brother Loren Hobbs (Julie) of Tennessee, sister Betty Davis (Don) of Indiana, and a host of “children” she called her own.  She was preceded in death by her husband Charles Rodolico, her parents Carl A. and Ruth Margaret Hobbs, brothers Albert Hobbs (Betty) of Wyoming, and James Hobbs of Washington State.

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A memorial service will be held Saturday April 12, 2014 at 2 o’clock in the afternoon at Asbury United Methodist Church, 117 Hercules Lane, Denton, TX 76207.

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3 Responses to Leora Eileen Hobbs Rodolico, 19 May 1934 – 24 March 2014

  1. Sharon Liggett says:

    Dear Nick, thinking about you so much! Now I know where you get your wonderful intelligence and your creativity. Love you Liggett!

  2. Tami Davis says:

    You and your entire family are in our prayers, Niki.

  3. Randy and Dolly Baker says:

    Niki, and Rod. We were so sorry to hear about your mom. My mom thought of Leora as her sister. Many lives were better because of her life. Our prayers go out that you find comfort in this time.

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