PLEASE BE ADVISED PER MARYLAND REGULATIONS, GATHERINGS OF MORE THAN 10 OCCUPANTS ARE CURRENTLY PROHIBITED. THERE WILL BE NO SEATING AVAILABLE DURING PUBLIC VIEWINGS. WE ASK THAT YOU VIEW, AND THEN IMMEDIATELY EXIT THE BUILDING.\n \n\n\n\n Live Streaming: Facebook.com/henryfuneralhomepa\n \n\n\n Roderick Nathaniel Molock, departed this life on April 20, 2020 at his home in Hurlock, MD. He was born September 20, 1964 to Cleodore and Edna Mae Molock of Cambridge, MD.\n \n\n Roderick received his education in the Public Schools of Dorchester County, MD and graduated from Cambridge South Dorchester High School in the class of 1982.\n \n\n In his younger years he played little league baseball. He loved fishing, crabbing, swimming and spending time with family and friends. He worked at Mail Well Graphics and Amick Farms until his health declined.\n \n\n Roderick was a devoted husband and father. He is survived by his wife Edna Brown Molock, one daughter, Rodshay Bordley and one grandson Kaleal Johnson both of Cambridge, Maryland. His parents Cleodore and Edna Mae Molock of Cambridge, MD, sisters: Kim Molock Adams(Terry) of Grenta, Louisiana, Tina Molock of College Park, MD, Anisa Molock Thomas(Dawayne) of Glen Burnie, MD, brother, Lionel Molock of Glen Burnie, MD, three brothers-in-law, Henry Brown(Gwendolyn), Raymond Brown(Eva Mae) all of Edenton, NC, Robert Brown(Dawn) of Laplata, MD, one sister-in law Patricia Brown Webb(John) of Tyner, NC. Also he leaves to mourn two uncles Ernest(Eddie) Lee(Gerlean), Boyd(Bunky) Lee(Coleda) all of Cambridge, MD, one Aunt Marvell Lee Macer(Michael) of Cambridge, MD and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins and friends. A special nephew Dekendrick Brown of Hurlock, MD, two special cousins Jermaine Ennels, like a brother and Darryl Heights both of Cambridge, MD.\n \n\n Roderick was preceded in death by his grandparents, maternal and paternal, Tavin(Juice) Molock(nephew) and Derrick(Caroline D) Brown (nephew). Roderick will be truly missed, and our hearts are saddened. But Jehovah God promises to resurrect the deceased.