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Mr. Rolando “Rolex” Aguirre

Aguirre Rolando Obit

Mr. Rolando “Rolex” Aguirre, 36, of Phoenix, Arizona died July 10, 2021 in Phoenix, Arizona.  He was born December 21, 1984 in Cuernavaca, Morelos Mexico to Mario Aguirre and Araceli Montano.

Rolando, the second to youngest of four sibblings. He was born in Mexico but a resident of Arizona most of his life. At a young age everyone realized that he was full of life.

He graduated from Cortez High School with the class of 2003. During his High School years, he discovered his passion for tennis, speech and his favorite, Theatre!

He loved to cook, design clothes and he loved fashion. He never missed an episode of Little Women Atlanta, and all of the Housewives reality shows. Later on in life he became a very loyal fan of all HOME team sports; Arizona Cardinals, Diamondbacks and the Phoenix Suns!

Rolando loved with all of his heart and loved everyone he met. His favorite time was spent with his family and friends. His number one favorite person was always his Mom. His number twos were his two fur babies; two chihuahuas- Coco Channel and Mini.

Rolando lived for the moment. He loved to talk and meet new people and was always looking forward to being the life of the party! His favorite holiday was Halloween. Because on that day, he had no limits on who he wanted to be. Even if that was “Scream” and he walked around scaring his nieces and nephews!

He was a free spirit, he always danced like nobody was watching and he sang like he was the next American Idol!

He will be missed immensely but we are grateful that our Rolando always lived for the moment with laughter and love!

He is survived by his sisters, Erika Cruz and Berenice Aguirre, brother, Octavio Aguirre, parents, Araceli Montano and Mario Aguirre, and grandparents, Victoria Salgado and Fernando Montano.  He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Amalia Aguilar, grandfather, Amador Aguirrre, and nephew, Damian A. Gonzalez.

All service information is private at this time.

3 Comments on “Mr. Rolando “Rolex” Aguirre

  1. Rolando, I am honored to have known you. Even though I am your big sisters best friend and at some point probably irritated you growing up, practically living at your house, I have always known how smart and big hearted you are. I am honored to have been able to hold your hand, and though the outcome wasn’t what we discussed, I know you fought with everything you had and now it’s time for you to rest little brother. Until we meet again….rest easy. My sincere condolences to his mother, siblings and family.

  2. To me you will always be our rolis! You were always that happy sassy little guy that could make everyone laugh. I remember the last I saw you, you still had us laughing out loud. You always had the right comebacks. I remembered I asked you “ so we’re do you work “ you said “American furniture store, have you been there” I said I think so. Your response was great, you said “no Tia if you been there you would know you would remember “ lol. You handed me your business card and said come visit me for some fabulous furniture. I wish I had. Until we meet again Rolis.

  3. Rolis! You will always be our Rolis. It saddened me to hear about your passing. It was so sudden and unexpected, you were so full of life.
    I remember the last time I saw you, you still had the whole crowd laughing out loud. You always had that sass.
    I remember asking you “where do you work?” you told me I work at American Furniture have you been there? I said I think so.
    You said NO Tia, if you been there you would know, you would remember! You handed me your business card and told me come see me for some fabulous furniture. I wish had. Rest in Peace Rolando, you will forever hold a place in our hearts. And of course you famous saying will never be forgotten ” Si ellas quieren ellas pueden ” Periodt!

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