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Thomas K. Rohlfs Obituary
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November 18, 2018

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January 13, 2018
So many memories with my Uncle Tom , he was life of any reunion ,Christmas parties, he just made you feel good .Going to miss you Uncle Tom give my Mom a hug for me .
January 13, 2018
There are many memories that my family has with Uncle Tom. Going to Florida and spending time with Aunt Betty and Uncle Tom. My kids loved are dinners with him. Personally Chris and I loved visiting him and taking out to eat. My phone calls and hearing his voice when he knew it was me. I will miss that! Uncle Tom u didn't reach 100 but it was a good life. We love u!
John Rohlfs Family
January 11, 2018
I will miss every single thing about you Uncle Tom. No one made me laugh like you. Rest in Peace.

Di
January 11, 2018
What I will miss most about my brother Tom, are the memories we had as kids, when we lived up at camp and went to school in Fosters. Every school day, Momma would give Tom, 25cents for lunch (for Tom, Chis, Wilma and Me). We would stop at the store and buy four slices of bologna and a loaf of bread. Tom would make sure he would save 4 pennies for a "Bat Sucker" to last our 1.5 mile walk back home after school. Sometimes I would get tired and Tom would hoist me up and give me a piggyback ride home. This is only one of the many things we would laugh about during our phone chats. Yes...yes, I going to miss my brother.

Loving sister,
Ree Ree