In Memory of

Rodolfo Oviedo Hernandez

November 1, 1968–January 16, 2021

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About Rodolfo Oviedo Hernandez

Rodolfo Oviedo Hernandez, known by many as “Cheto”, age 52, passed away unexpectedly on January 16, 2021. Even though a failing heart took him away from this world, his loving heart will always be remembered by his family and friends.

Rodolfo was born in Mexico to Jose Gabriel Hernandez and Maria Adela Oviedo Martinez on November 1, 1968. He had five siblings. He came to the United States at the age of 15 for a better life, and lived all over the US, from California to North Carolina, and lastly in Oregon. He loved watching his children play soccer and enjoyed watching soccer games in general. He loved to go to bailes because he got to wear his cowboy attire. Rodolfo always had a great time everywhere he went, and especially enjoyed spending time with family and friends. His presence will be greatly missed. 

Rodolfo is survived by his wife Beatriz Hernandez. He was a proud father to four children: Gabriel, Rodolfo Jr., Daniela, and Dayana. He had three grand children which he loved very much: Julian, Adriel, and Sara.

He is also survived by his mother Maria Adela Oviedo Martinez, his six siblings: Monica, Cecilia, Delfina, Gabriel, Filiberto, and Rosario their spouses, and multiple nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his father Jose Gabriel Hernandez.

A gathering of family and friends will be held Monday, January 25, 2021 from 1pm to 5pm at Johnson Funeral Home in Salem, Oregon. A Mass will be held on Tuesday January 26, 2021 at 10am at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Salem, Oregon, with a burial to follow at City View Cemetery.

 

Rodolfo Oviedo Hernandez, “Cheto”, 52 años, falleció inesperable en 16 de enero, 2021 por problemas de corazón.

Rodolfo nació en México a José Gabriel Hernandez y María Adela Oviedo Martínez el 1 de noviembre, 1968. Él tenía cinco hermanos. Se vino a los estados unidos a la edad de 15 años para una vida mejor. El vivió en muchas partes de los estados unidos, de California a Carolina del Norte, y últimamente en Oregon. A él le encantaba ver a sus hijos jugando futbol y amaba el futbol en general.  Le encantaba ir a los bailes, porque le gustaba vestirse de vaquero. Rodolfo disfrutaba tener un buen tiempo, especialmente con su familia y sus amigos. Su presencia se va a extrañar demasiado.

Rodolfo será sobrevivido por su esposa Beatriz Hernandez. Fue un padre orgulloso a cuatro hijos: Gabriel, Rodolfo Jr., Daniela, y Dayana. Fue un abuelo de tres nietos: Julián, Adriel, y Sara.

También será sobrevivido por su madre María Adela Oviedo Martínez, sus cinco hermanos: Mónica, Cecilia, Delfina, Gabriel, Filiberto, y Rosario, sus esposos, y muchos sobrinos.

Descansa en paz con su padre José Gabriel Hernandez.