Reba Faye Rodrigues

November 27, 1936 - June 11, 2022
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Reba Faye Hurst Rodrigues

Reba was born to J. “Jess” Orville and Alice Margurite Hurst in Texanna, Oklahoma. She was the middle child of five children, Kenneth Hurst (Doris) Wanda June Lee (Robert) Freda Latter (Richard) and Judy Lott (Jim) both deceased.

She graduated from El Cerrito High in 1955. She married her high school sweet heart, Al Rodrigues in 1956. Together they had three sons, Frank (Shari), Stanley and Curtis (Denise). She took an active role in raising their three sons. Cub Scouts, Little League and PTA (She was a life time member). They had five grand-children, Anthony, Amber, Nicole, Jacqueline and Isabelle. Six great grandchildren, Landon, Layla, Connor, Joseph, Kamryn and Xochitl.

Reba and Al owned and operated Furber Saw for 40 years and were married 66 years. She loved spending time with her family. Celebrating many holidays and birthdays together. She never forgot to honor a special day for her family. She was an active member of Valley Bible church. Franklyn Canyon Women’s Golf Club (honorary member). Chatelaines Women’s Club, Pinole Bridge Club and Pinole Senior Pinochle. She loved to travel, entertain her friends and chair golf tournaments.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, June 24, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. at Sunset View Mortuary in El Cerrito.

Memorial gifts may be given to Valley Bible Church, or to your favorite charity.

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Date: Friday, June 24, 2022

Time: 11:00 am

Sunset View Mortuary


101 Colusa Ave, El Cerrito, CA, 94530

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Born: November 27, 1936
Died: June 11, 2022

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Tim and Diana Hogan posted on 6/19/22

Reba was probably my best friend. We shared many many secrets. We first met in 1980 when we started business. In 1986 we became partners with she and Al. They both helped me through the illness and death of my husband. Always there. I later married and they’ve been so kind and loving to my husband who considers Al one of his best friends. We went to Spain and Portugal with them and had a wonderful time. Many breakfasts and dinners and small getaways. We will miss her terribly and love her and Al forever. We’re heartbroken