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Rodrigue, Normand January 2, 1947 - January 14, 2023

On Saturday, January 14, 2023, Normand Henry Rodrigue, a beloved husband, father and grandfather passed away. He was 76.

Born to Henry and Mary Rodrigue, Normand enlisted in the United States Army at just 17 years old. After serving his country in the Vietnam War, Normand returned home and met his wife Joyce. They were married for over 50 years.

Normand was a retiree from Con Edison after a decades-long career. Normand proudly participated in the rescue and recovery effort after the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center. He was also a long time member and treasurer of the William E. Irwin Jr. American Legion Post 774 on Corlear Avenue in Kingsbridge, the Bronx.

Normand will be greatly missed by his loving wife, Joyce, his children, Debra, Christine and Dennis, his beloved grandchildren, Evan, Sean, Matthew, Ella, Jake, Nola and Maya, his brother Richard and his wife Ann, his sisters in law, Sharon and April, nieces and nephews, and the many friends who became family over the course of his lifetime.

Calling Hours: 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm, Wednesday, January 18, 2023

Mass: 9:45 am, Thursday, January 19., 2023 at St. Joseph's Church, Bronxville


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    Maureen E Finn says

    Dear Joyce and your lovely family:

    Am sadened for sure …over the loss of Normand…He and I were godparents for Rich.
    Please know I care and you are in my thoughts and prayers…..Maureen

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    Marty Halpin says

    Grew up with Normand and his older brother Rich at 2 Adrian Ave. in Marble Hill. My condolences go out to Joyce and his family.

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    John Hofmann says

    So sorry to hear, my condolences to the family. Rest in peace Normand!

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    Linda Feely says

    My husband and I have known Normand and Joyce and their extended family for many years. We have had great times together. They were there for me when my husband got sick. RIP Normand say hello to Jerry and my daughter Christine.

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    Mike and Eileen Walsh says

    Our condolences to Joyce and the family of Normand. A good friend, schoolmate and neighbor. Adrian Ave. was a great place to grow up. RIP.

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    James F Rynne says

    I am 77 and my recollection may be a little blurred but I remember playing with Normand in the 2 Adrian Ave courtyard in 1950 or 1951. His house was the first movie theater that I was ever in. His parents were most welcoming and allowed the local children into their house to watch TV.
    Normand, May You Rest In Peace and may Joyce and your family find Peace.

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    Russell Stapleton says

    I am deeply sorry for the loss of Norm he was a very close friend of mine when we were young we enlisted in the service together he also was my Best man in my wedding unfortunately we lost contact with with each other about 27 years ago. I am sorry I never got to meet him again My condolences to Joyce and his family.

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      Debra says

      Thank you so much for your kind words about my father. I think I remember my mom and dad taking us to visit you and your wife Betty when we were little. I’m sorry you didn’t get the chance to see him again.
      I hope all is well. Debra

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    Eileen Sloan Sullivan says

    Eileen (Sloan) Sullivan
    So sorry to hear of Normand’s passing. My deepest condolences to Joyce and his family. I too grew up with Normand in 2 Adrian Avenue along with Linda and Kathleen Gray, Mary.Ann O’Neill, Kathleen Finnegan, Andy Colucci, Sean O’Keefe, Kevin Laurie, James Haugh and so many others .I was close friends with his uncle, Bro. Norbert Justin FSB, who came every summer from Lawrence, MA and took us swimming each morning at the Miramar after he came from Mass at St. John’s. The Rodriques lived in the C Section and they would warmly welcome you in for every occasion. To this day, I can remember so well Mary Rodrique’s and Anna Gray’s laughter! “You could hear the angel’s sing!”

    God Speed Normand! So many will be greeting you at the gates of heaven.

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