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Manfred Rommel 1928 - 2013
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Manfred Rommel

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November 10, 2013
We are so sorry for your loss and hope that you find comfort in knowing that Manfred was highly respected by his colleagues and greatly appreciated by the people he served. May the peace of God that excels all thought be with the Rommel family as you mourn your loss.
November 10, 2013
Rest in peace. Your father was a great man and although we never got to meet you we have articles and pictures of your dad who is related to my husbandvia his mom r, s rommel. God bless!
November 10, 2013
So sorry to hear of his pasing, my husband is related to gen., rommel through his mom being a relative.rest in peace!
November 09, 2013
As a member of the protocol staff of HQ USEUCOM from 75-79, I often witnessed social interactions between Manfred Rommel and Gen Patton --- both of who seemed to sincerely love their fathers. I recall particularly a social at the home of Gen Robert Huyser (DCINC for HQ USEUCOM) in which Adm Ruge' (former Naval aide to Rommel and first CNO to Germany after the war) stepped into one of their conversations by saying "No, No, Boys, let me tell you what really happened". The room full of guests went still and we held up dinner for 15 minutes while Adm Ruge' provided the background and detail. Although this event took place almost 35 years ago, I can still recall vividly the love of parent and deep yearning of each man to better understand the parent they had lost early in life. Honorable men never truly die -- they live on through the memories of others.
November 09, 2013
Would have loved to speak to manfred.im probally the only condolence with tha same last name.My name is ROBERT ROMMEL.My dad was william rommel,he past in 2008 at 83 he always said a distant relative cousin to gen r. im still looking but it dosent matter to me.My dad was a tank driver in ww2 he was in Italy and France.he was firing in one direction while relative was firing in other direction.how strange.sometimes you do just what your ordered to do.my dad always said Gen r. would have been a hero on this side.but so be it.Well i know there are not too many old timers left.My parents are gone all my brothers are gone im 59.so i dont know if Manfred has relatives alive but im so sorry for you deep loss.It had to be really tough going thru life with a really tough tragity at such a yound age.i lost a brother when i was 9.and Manfred was 15.hope fully i'll be able to see gravesite in future.untill then again sorry for your loss Robert (BOB) Rommel lucky4835@gmail.com Phila. Pa.19114

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