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Daniel Roderick

Roderick Family

Daniel T. Roderick, 58, died September 11, 2021 in Maricopa, AZ. He was the son of Donald and Carleen Roderick and was born at Maxwell AFB in Montgomery, Alabama. His military family brought him to Avondale when he was a little boy. He graduated from Agua Fria High School with the class of 1981. Daniel served in the U.S. Navy as a young man where he learned the machinist trade and applied those skills in the private sector. He later returned to his early roots as a salesman and had a lengthy career in pool and solar sales. Dan was known for his caring heart and his kindness and compassion for all. His father would proudly say of him, “He has never known a stranger.” Dan was always willing to step up and take action to help others whenever and wherever he could and he had an uncanny sense for when his intervention was needed. He was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Stephen. He is survived by his wife, Emily, his son, Charles Robinson and his brother Lawrence, his daughter Haley, his siblings Sandy Kennedy (Ken), Cindy Owens, Donny Roderick and Nichole Swanson. He will be missed by 44 nieces and nephews whom he adored immensely. Visitation will be held from 6:00-7:30 PM on Friday, September 17th and a funeral mass at 2:00 PM on Saturday, September 18th at St. John Vianney Catholic Church located at 800 W Loma Linda Blvd. Goodyear, AZ. Services being handled by Thompson’s Funeral Chapel. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to Hospice of the Valley or Arizona Animal Welfare League.

12 Comments on “Daniel Roderick

  1. The Salpointe Catholic High School community extends deepest sympathy to Daniel’s family and friends. You are in our prayers at this difficult time.

  2. Roderick family, I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of Dan. I was shocked to see it on FB. My heart goes out to you all it must be hard to lose another one of your family. God Bless you and God Bless Dan.

  3. Our deepest condolences to the entire family. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all. May loving memories of Dan comfort you always.

  4. I’m so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your whole family.

    Suzette Valenzuela Rosenblatt

  5. Still can’t believe your gone I miss you so much Dan it kill’a me inside that I’d will never get see you smile love you

  6. David and I are deeply shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of our friend Dan. We will always cherish the memories of traveling the world for Paddock Pools and the laughter and good times we are shared. David so enjoyed working with Dan, his positive attitude and approach to life. He will be deeply missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Emily, the boys, and Dan’s family for peace and healing.

  7. Our sincere condolences at this time. Dan was an inspiration and had a heart of gold.

  8. To Dan’s family and friends,

    I’m so sad and very sorry to hear of this loss. I worked with Dan at Paddock Pools. Such a really nice person. I know many of the Paddock Family will be hearts sick. My prayers are for you all.

  9. Rest In Peace Dan,
    What fun we had working together at Paddock Pools , trying to keep your payroll up to date ! LeiLani and Dan and I would laugh so hard going over the smallest of things ! Dan truly was a prince , a great salesman , a kind soul ,
    Dan you will be missed by so many many people . Prayers for your family
    Dubre’ Bitter

  10. I grew up up on the same street as Danny and his wonderful family. Sorry to have seen his obituary too late to make it to services. I worked with Danny’s dad, Don, at SJV years ago and they reminded me of each other. Both were kind and warm and ready to give you the shirt off their back if needed.
    Danny was one of the good ones and heaven is better for having received him. May God bless him and may memories of him provide comfort to his family.

    Sallie Solis

  11. I grew up on the same street as Danny and his wonderful family. I worked with his dad, Don, at Saint John Vianney and they reminded me of each other. Both were warm and kind and would give you the shirt off their back if you needed it. I regret that I didn’t see his obituary in time to attend the services.
    Danny was one of the best men and heaven is better for having received him. May God bless his soul and may his family find comfort in their memories of him.

    Sallie Solis

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