Rolf J. Engen

Los Angeles, California

Aug 5, 1929 – Jul 31, 2018 (Age 88)


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August 5, 1929 - July 31, 2018 Rolf Engen passed away peacefully at his home in Laguna Beach, CA, surrounded by his loving family. He was five days short of his 89th birthday. Rolf was raised in Santa Ana, California, and was a lifelong athlete, playing basketball and then becoming a champion...

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RIP Rolf. I just looked you up this morning because I felt a loss in your place and was correct to see you had passed. Love to the Engen families.

Hollie Engen Ragland is one of my oldest friends and I knew Rolf as a child. I always respected Rolf and his commitment to family, sports and business. I remember him most as a Sports enthusiast and always thought of Rolf when I saw the Emerald Bay Volleyball nets up at the bottom of the hill. Also, I remember their reading alcove outside of their kitchen and the Sports Illustrated magazines there; Rolf was my first introduction to Sports Illustrated and he was an inspiration to me to want...

My mom (Marti) told me about Rolf's passing yesterday. What a beautiful video and lovely words in the LA Times piece. I hope all of you find a way to get through this peacefully. Carol you are a lucky woman to have spent a lifetime with Rolf. Perhaps Tony and Rolf are currently enjoying a nice glass of Borolo together? Lots of love to you!!! Aileen Gilmour Winter

You have my heartfelt sympathy. May your cherished memories of Rolf, bring comfort to your family in this difficult time. (Matthew 5:4)

Please accept condolences to the family Engen. Sorry for your loss.May you find comfort and hope in the promise of Psalms 68:21 OL

So sad to hear of our great friend, Rolf Engen, passing. He was not only a great friend but a valuable mentor in business.
Aloha Rolf.....Pete and Judy Siracusa

My deepest condolences to the Engen Famiky.

Rolf lived a wonderful and full life with so many amazing accomplishments.

I had the great honor of getting to know Rolf when his alma mater, Santa Ana College, inducted him into its prestigious Hall of Fame. He gave credit to SAC for much of his success. Rolf was a star basketball player while at SAC, but made the switch to volleyball when he enrolled at UCLA and he excelled at the sport.

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