Readers Say Thanks
Milo Michael Rodriguez of Gypsum passed away on June 16, 2011. Milo passed away from a brain tumor caused by a rare neurological condition called Tuberous Sclerosis. Milo was 2 years and 4 months old when he was granted his angel wings.
Milo is deeply missed by all who loved him. Milo’s curly brown hair, sparkling brown eyes and bright smile touched the hearts of all who knew him.
The family of Milo would like to express our heartfelt gratitude for all the support from our family, friends, employers, co-workers and our community.
We would like to extend our deep appreciation to Eagle County Sheriff’s Department, Gypsum Fire Department, Eagle County Coroner’s Office, Farnum Holt Funeral Home, Everett Funeral Home, Cedar Hill Cemetery, Town of Gypsum, Colorado Mountain News Media, Pastor Bruce Foster and First Baptist Church of Gypsum.
The family of Milo would like to thank everyone for their many acts of kindness, words of comfort, messages of sympathy and offerings during this difficult time. Thank you to those who attended Milo’s service, sent flowers, food, cards, donations and all the prayers and support.
Milo is the son of Mike Marvin Rodriguez and Sara Renee Belden, brother of Joah Joseph Rodriguez, grandson of Joe and Florie Rodriguez, Tami Schmidt, and Brad and Kelly Belden. He is the nephew of Monte Belden, Travis Belden, Rich Rodriguez and Mary Jane Gonzales.
He is the great-grandson of Bud and Marge Gates, Elsie Rodriguez, and Ben and Ethel Belden.
Milo was a happy and fun loving angel who touched the lives of us all. He’s gone to play with angels in Heaven up above. His memory is our keepsake, with which we will never part. God has him in his keeping and we will always and forever have him in our hearts.
Thank you to everyone for all the support during this difficult time.
The Family of Milo Michael Rodriguez
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