“Shrine Dignatary Visits Ajijic”

August 24, 2008

Shrine Dignitary Visits Ajijic


Shrine dignitary, Robert “John” Rodriguez recently visited Ajijic to combine a little business with pleasure. John and wife Betty are giving some thought to possible retirement in the area and since John is very active in the Shriners,  having served in many different capacities over the years and currently and is currently serving on the Board of Governors of the Shriners Hospitals for Children-Galveston.



John’s former lives include among other professions being a police officer in Albuquerque, New Mexico and director of operations for several corporations.


He currently is the owner and CEO of Cuanto International, an Import – Export company.


At a recent special meeting of the local Shriners of the Lake Chapala area, presided over by President, Perry M. King, John gave an update on the most recent activities of the Shrine Hospital for Children in Galveston, Texas which was well received by the local group.


For more information about the local Shriners please contact Perry M. King, AIA – President, Lake Chapala Shrine Club at <pking1931@gmail.com>





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