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Freeport-Lakewood Funeral Home

Family Owned And Operated By The Turner Family Since 1938

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Rodney Dallas Kellison
July 30, 1951 - July 14, 2021

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Mark Busbice

Clute, TX

I had the privilege of working with Rod for a number of years in process engineering. Rod was a true gentleman in every sense of the word,. Thoughtful, knowledgeable and practical Rod was a valued colleague. My sincere condolences to his friends and family.
Saturday, July 24, 2021

 

Kay Koslan

Magnolia, TX

Rod was such a dear person. He was kind to all people. No matter what the time at work, I could stop by and visit with him about engineering questions, which he would easily find the information on or the stock market and its latest gyration.
I always remember him fondly and bless him in his place in Heaven. I am so sad about his early departure.

I pray for blessings upon the family. He was a gift.

Saturday, July 24, 2021

 

Minh, Pauline, Austin, Orion and Xander Nguyen

Corpus Christi, TX

You will be missed Rod. Always a gentleman. Thanks for put up with and become a part of a large family of Vietnamese. You are such a caring person and will be a large void in our life. I am sorry that you did not reach the 15 gallons donor mark. I am not a baseball fan but was very happy for you when the Astro won the tittle a few years ago. Hope they will do so again this year for you.
Saturday, July 24, 2021

 

Donald Brooks

Angleton, TX

Rod and I were friends for many years. We met in the late 1980s when we both worked in the Process Engineering Department at Dow. We worked together on numerous projects. He will be missed. May God comfort you and your family.
Saturday, July 24, 2021

 

Vijay Shirsat

TX

After Hong Anh and the kids, Mai and I were the closest in the family to Rod. I shared many things in common: our love for process safety, overpressure protection, scouts, movies and baseball.

My earliest memories are working with him on Andre and Alex’s scout meetings and their eventual Eagle Scout achievements. He was a gem of an individual; a gentleman in all regards. Later, we talked relief systems and by some quirk of fate, he’d end up doing some contract work on one of my projects! As some of my colleagues came from Missouri, I talked about towns there and he gave me context on the history of the state.

I gave him many recommendations for home repair contractors and he’d similarly give me his input. He loved process engineering so we had a lot to talk about. We both also loved baseball and the ‘Stros. He joined me to some games at MM. I knew of his early love for the Cards’ as well. I remember excitedly calling him from Chicago after we beat LA for our WST in 2017. He was like me, just savoring the moment.

I will remember visiting him in LJ and spending time catching up. We went to eat in Dallas only a few weeks ago so I remember how much weight he’d lost, but he was proud of himself.

I will miss him dearly but know he’s in a good place, smiling in the distinguished manner he always did!

Friday, July 23, 2021

 

Mai Nguyen

TX

I knew Rod as family, as a colleague, and as a friend. We worked many years at Dow direct, and as contract. Rod and I would car-pool to Houston while working for the same contractor company. We specialized in the same chemical engineering field of pressure protection, so had a lot to discuss.

I cannot recount one unpleasant experience with Rod after being in his company for two decades! He was a gentle soul who left us too early. I will miss him very much and know my sister and nephews are heartbroken. Ronnie loved my toffee and I always would send him a package for Christmas, which I will continue to do as we keep Rod’s memory alive.

Friday, July 23, 2021

 

Carla Pavlicek

TX

He was one of the kindest souls I have ever known and will miss him very much.
Friday, July 23, 2021

 

Joseph Gregg

TX

Rod was a good friend. I worked with him on his last project at Dow before he retired and then twice had the privilege of sharing an office with him while we were both working contract. I learned a lot from Rod about pressure relief and we had many great discussions about baseball. Our sons were in the same scout troop, which Rod had invited us to visit. Rod loved the Astros, but he would also tell me about going to Cardinals games as a boy. We often talked about game 6 of the 1986 NLCS, which Rod and Ronnie attended.
Wednesday, July 21, 2021

 

Anh Nguyen

Lake Jackson, TX

Being a caring person, Rod always ready to help others in needs. He had donated more than 14 gallons of blood to the blood banks all these years. I really regret that he was a bit short of getting a special cup for donors with15 gallons which was his intention.
Wednesday, July 21, 2021

 

Scott Tipler

Midland, MI

My condolences to Rod's family and friends during this difficult time. I had the pleasure of working with him in the process safety group for over 10 years. He had a passion for over pressure protection and was a team player. His impact on the organization and the people he worked with will always remain.
Wednesday, July 21, 2021

 


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