ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Adriana Rodriguez. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Venus De Rueda on March 29, 2021
Dearest ate Auring,
You have gone to soon, I will miss you so much, I will treasure all the memories that we had. Thank you for your kindness, love & generosity, rest assured i am here always for Alison.
Rest in peace ate, may the eternal light shine upon you.I will never forget you ate Auring, Thanks for everything xx
Posted by Zoritsa Antovska on March 10, 2021
RIP Adriana. You will be missed forever.
Posted by Ann Eyles on March 6, 2021
My dearest Adrianna. Gone too soon. Your smile and beautiful face will never be forgotten. Thank you for your hard work and friendship & all memories held in Magnolia. It’s been a privilege to have known you. May God strengthen your family. May you rest in peace
Posted by Frances Young on March 3, 2021
My dearest Adriana, I was so saddened to hear of your passing. I loved working with you on magnolia unit for so many years, your love, kindness and care towards me will never be forgotten. May your soul rest in perfect peace and I will pray for the lord to give strength and comfort to your daughter.
Posted by Janice Shirley on March 3, 2021
Dear Adriana, such a shock to realise that you're no longer with us. You were so hardworking and enjoyed life. Will miss you dearly. Always in our thoughts. Rest in peace my honey xx
Posted by Angela Wright on March 2, 2021
My dear Adriana my heart is full of sadness to hear that you silently closed the door of life and departed from us. It was a pleasure working with you, you were such a kind and lovely lady, may your beautiful soul rest in eternal peace.
Posted by Patricia Oyatoye on March 1, 2021
Adrian, it saddens my heart to hear about your sudden departure from us. I don't know what to say, because words alone cannot describe how important you are to me and everyone around you. Is it about your smiles or jokes? You are so sweet, generous and caring person. Gone too soon to even enjoy your retirement as planned, especially with your lovely and only daughter. May the Good Lord keep and guide your daughter at this dark moment. Rest in peace Amen.
Posted by Banita Patel on February 28, 2021
You were a wonderful woman, so lovely and always had a smile on your face . Your passing has left a hole in our magnolia family , you will be missed. Rest in peace my dear Adrianna xxxxx
Posted by Gina Broughton on February 27, 2021
Dearest Adrianna, I am so very sad that you will no longer be with us, and that you have not had the opportunity to enjoy a long retirement. I am immensely proud to have known and worked with you. You always did your very best to help in whatever way you could even returning to help out in the covid pandemic. You were very much appreciated by myself and all the staff. You always made that extra special effort bringing way too much delicious home cooked food to our work events. You loved to sing and dance and. I recorded a video of you at a summer event many years ago and you sang ‘I did it my way’ thoroughly enjoying yourself with that fabulous smile we all know you for. You will be truly missed and know that we will support Ally your pride and joy any way we can. Rest in eternal Peace lovely lady, with love from all my family
Posted by Lalita Gopaul on February 27, 2021

You have gone too soon from all of us especially your lovely daughter Alison.I was not able to say good-bye to you.May your soul find eternal peace.No more stress or hard working.You had a good heart and loving memories will live on.
Posted by Edith Ekenna on February 27, 2021
The news about your departure is so sad but since I know that you were taken away to your maker, I give glory to God because of your life.
Adriana, you had a kind and generous heart.with innocent smiles full of love.You continued to smile even during difficult moments.
You were very forgiving and friendly. It's just difficult to see one like.
I cannot say it all. Very hardworking staff who related well with patients and staff.
You loved your precious Alison so much so that she was always in your conversations.
May the Lord comfort your daughter and the rest of your family. May He fulfil all your motherly wishes for Alison in Jesus name. Amen.
We will all miss you.
RIP
Posted by Jen Alvarado-Gonzales on February 26, 2021
Very sorry to hear this. I will be missing her smile everytime we cross our path at St Michael"s. May the family find comfort and peace with God in this difficult time.
Posted by Christine Langan on February 26, 2021
I’m so very sorry to hear of Adriana’s passing.
She will be missed very much by everyone that knew & worked with her on Magnolia. May she rest in peace.
My love & thoughts are with all of the family xxx
Posted by Thelma Jackson on February 26, 2021
It’s hard to believe they you are no longer here
I will miss you especially your lovely smile
RIP in the arms of the angels
Posted by Sally Hubbard on February 26, 2021
To my beutiful Adriana, my Angel. Youre loss has been a huge shock. I will miss youre laughter, youre dace routines, youre exercise routines, youre love, and your friendship. We have shared good times and sad times. You may be gone from our sight, but never from our heart
Posted by Sev Brooks on February 26, 2021
Adriana, I was sorry to hear of your passing, I used to laugh at the fact you would keep asking me to help with computer stuff, knowing I really didn't know that much more.
You will be missed.
Much love xxx
Posted by Shahreen Huda on February 25, 2021
Dear Adriana I cannot tell you how much I love you. Thankyou for always being there for me and baby Aamirah. You have been the bestest mother and friend to me. I miss the long walks to Enfield town going to Nando's and Mac Donald’s. I will miss the long conversations we always have together. I will miss all these memories with you. I wish I can tell you that I love you one last time. You mean so much to me and the family. Thankyou mother Adriana
Posted by Dumsile Mabuza on February 25, 2021
As the news, the reality and finality of your demise sink in, grief and deep sorrow fills our hearts.We are grateful for the privilege of sharing our lives with you.You brightened our lives in so many beautiful ways.Thank you for the energy, loyalty, hard work you demonstrated at the work place.Even after retirement you wanted to be part of the frontline as the pandemic proved staff resources were not enough.Thank you for your generosity during staff parties where you would show up with generous portions of noodles and spring rolls.You would ensure anyone who comes to your house has something to eat and even take home.Thank for supporting me and my colleagues with childcare when we were struggled.Our children adore you.Thank you for acknowledging their birthdays. Thank you for coming to cover even at short notice. I cannot recount all the beautiful ways you enriched our lives.Magnolia will always love you and we will miss you.Our heartfelt condolences go to your daughter Alison.She has made you proud in so many ways and you always shared that with us.May God strengthen and comfort her.We love you.May your beautiful soul rest in peace.We shall meet in the morning
Posted by Edwin Soda on February 25, 2021
Really sad to learn about your passing on Adriana. Myself and everyone that knew you, will miss you so much. Your smile, your humbleness, your hardworking attitude and the list is endless. We are blessed to have known you as a colleague and a friend. What an angel you were. Thank you so much for all the good times we had on Magnolia Unit. Gone but never forgotten.
Posted by Siobhan Hallihan on February 25, 2021
Adriana I’m going to miss you so much i have so many lovely memories to hold onto especially our times eating out especially your fish &chips from moon under water and your chicken wings from Nando’s that could take you an hour to eat .. I loved listening to talking about your Ally your bond was incredible .. I also many memories of our time in Magnolia especially when doing a late shift you did make me laugh many a time showing us your dance moves . Please look down on us from Heaven keep us in your prayers I will never forget you and that lovely smile and always got your lipstick on x x

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Posted by Venus De Rueda on March 29, 2021
Dearest ate Auring,
You have gone to soon, I will miss you so much, I will treasure all the memories that we had. Thank you for your kindness, love & generosity, rest assured i am here always for Alison.
Rest in peace ate, may the eternal light shine upon you.I will never forget you ate Auring, Thanks for everything xx
Posted by Zoritsa Antovska on March 10, 2021
RIP Adriana. You will be missed forever.
Posted by Ann Eyles on March 6, 2021
My dearest Adrianna. Gone too soon. Your smile and beautiful face will never be forgotten. Thank you for your hard work and friendship & all memories held in Magnolia. It’s been a privilege to have known you. May God strengthen your family. May you rest in peace
her Life
Adriana Flores Rodriguez (5th March 1954 - 24th February 2021), also known as "Aury" or "Auring" to family. 
Adriana was born in Urdaneta, Pangasinan, Philippines to Domingo Rodriguez and Bibiana Flores. She was the middle child out of 5 siblings. A very close-knit family, Adriana grew up around cousins, aunties and uncles. Even when she moved to England, Adriana remained close with all of her relatives and would visit family in the Philippines as often as she could.
In 1976 at the age of 22 Adriana made the bold decision to immigrate and move to London, England. She worked as a housekeeper for a family in Bicester, Oxford for 3 years.
Adriana relocated to Enfield, London in November 1979 to work as a domestic at Highlands Hospital. She gave birth to her only daughter and child, Alison Jane Rodriguez on the 29th August 1987. They moved into a 2-bed flat in Enfield shortly after Alison’s birth, where Adriana would spend the rest of her life living. 
For the remainder of her career, Adriana worked as a health care assistant at Magnolia for the BEH (Barnet, Enfield and Haringey) NHS. She took pride in her work and loved to care for patients as well as her co-workers. She valued her co-workers as family.
 Adriana’s hobbies included singing, dancing, going to the farm to pick strawberries and vegetables during the summer months and spending time with her daughter, Alison. Adriana loved to travel and visited many places in Europe, as well as travelling to Dubai and America. She also had a love for plants, her money plants being her pride and joy.
In 2019, at the age of 65, Adriana retired from working as a health care assistant and celebrated by taking a vacation to visit her brother in Hawaii.
Adriana volunteered to return to work in 2020 during the Covid-19 pandemic. Her daughter, Alison, would tell her to relax and enjoy being at home, but being stubborn, Adriana still wanted to go and help at Magnolia when they needed her. She loved being around people and always wanted to help look after others. After contracting Covid, early in January 2021, Adriana was admitted into hospital and sadly passed away on the 24th February 2021.
Although she is no longer with us in person, she is here in spirit. I am sure everyone has a fond memory of Adriana singing, dancing or making them laugh and putting a smile on their face. Keep smiling and dancing in Heaven watching over us x
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Shared by Josie Luchmun on March 2, 2021
Adriana It was a pleasure to know and work with you on Bowman unit at Chase Village chase farm hospital. I admired your strength and courage within the team. As I used to see you everytime I'm in your area I shall miss that. I shall treasure the little gift you brought me from the Philippines. May your soul rest in peace ⚘⚘

Farewell Adriana

Shared by Marianne Welsh on February 25, 2021
Goodbye Adriana. All the lovely photos of you show your happiness in your life, surrounded by friends and family, enjoying each day and making the most of it. You had such a sharp wit and I was on the receiving end a few times. . You could make everyone laugh with your humour. You brought smiles to the faces of friends and your work colleagues. For someone so small you had such a huge personality. You are going to be greatly missed by never forgotten. Rest In Peace xx 
Shared by BettyNabata Lutalo on February 25, 2021
Our dearest Adriana you left us so soon.  We will always miss you and always i will hear your voice calling me.  May your soul rest in peace. 
From Betty