In Memory

Randall Rohrbaugh

Randy E. Rohrbaugh

of Chandler, Arizona passed away on Monday, September 4, 2006. He was born on December 10, 1953 and was an extraordinary outdoorsman, loving husband and father and a friend to many. Randy is survived by his wife, Connie Rohrbaugh of 33 years; his daughter, Nicole F. (Jason) Woodruff of Flagstaff; his mother Peg (Les) Stennette; his sister Linda (Mike) Glass of Phoenix; his nephew Todd Glass and niece Jamie Glass; step-brother Jim (Cindy) Stennette; step-sister Sandi (Chick) Misura; step-brother-in-law Don Bross all from Colorado and many other family members throughout the states. He was preceded in death by his father Art Rohrbaugh and his son Travis Rohrbaugh. Randy's first passion was his wife Connie and the love for his daughter Nicole. Randy's other love was for the outdoors. He was an avid hunter traveling all over the United States and Canada. He enjoyed deep sea fishing and loved traveling with Connie all over the world. Weekends were often shared flying over the sand dunes in Yuma, entertaining friends or spending special moments with Connie and Nicole. For nearly 24 years Randy was employed with Young Electric Sign Company. His loyalty and dedication to the company made him one of the top salesmen and he will be missed by all those who loved working with him. In our hearts, Randy you will always be a wonderful husband, father and the person with the biggest heart in the world. Thank you for making us all very special in your life. You will be dearly missed. Visitation will be from 6:30 - 8:30 pm on Friday, September 8th, 2006, Greenwood Memory Lawn at 719 N. 27th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85009. Services will be at 12:30 pm on Saturday, September 9th, 2006, in the Serenity Chapel at 719 N. 27th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85009.

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05/15/12 02:04 PM #1    

Lita Ackerman (Johnson)

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07/24/12 01:08 PM #2    

Geri Kemnitz (Woodward)

Randy always had a smile for you. Always upbeat. Prayers to your family.

Geri Kemnitz Woodward

08/17/12 08:30 PM #3    

Robert Silver

Randy and I played freshman football together. I think we lost every game that season, ha, but it was fun to practice with him. 

08/30/12 09:17 AM #4    

Donna Bates (Schaub)

Randy was a friend and his wife Connie was a sweet, lovely person when I knew them at Camelback. So, sorry we didn't say in  touch!  Best to you Randy and your wonderful wife! Donna

10/02/12 11:19 AM #5    

Leslie Bowdoin (James)

There is a beautiful memorial bench for Randy out at Memory Lawn cemetery, just a few steps away from my sister Deana's gravesite.   So I think of him everytime I visit Deana's resting place.   Very peaceful and a nice memorial for him.

Leslie Bowdoin James

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