Tony A. Roof
March 3, 1960 – July 24, 2018
Tony A. Roof, 58, of Bloomington died Tuesday, July 24, 2018 in I.U. Health Methodist Hospital. He was born on March 3, 1960 in Anderson, IN to Don Roof and Beverly Stamm Roof. He was a business to business telemarketer for cell phone tower leasing.
Survivors include his wife of 39 years, Debra Garrison Roof of Bloomington; a daughter, Brandi (Roof) Johnson of Bloomington; three sons, Dustin (Rachael Flick) Roof, Bryan (Caitlin) Roof and Jason Roof all of Bloomington; seven grandchildren, Christian Boyce, Quinn Johnson, Mason Brandon-Roof, Dean Roof, Faith Flick, Cassandra Roof and Corey Wieland; two brothers, Todd (Dee) Roof and Tim Roof both of Anderson; two brothers-in-law, Mike Garrison of Bloomington and Jeff Garrison of Anderson; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents.
He enjoyed camping, canoeing, photography, hiking, fishing and being in nature.
There will be a Celebration of Life for friends and family gathering on Thursday, August 2, 2018 from 5:00 - 8:00 PM in Deremiah-Frye Mortuary, Greene & Harrell Chapel, 700 W. Gourley Pike.
- Celebration of Life Thursday, August 2, 2018
Tony A. Roof
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August 1, 2018
I grew up with Tony in Anderson. Tony and I had lots of good times. Thoughts and prayers to his family. He will be missed.
July 30, 2018
I love that you and I have loving children and grandchildren! They honor you sweetheart! I love that you taught me to learn to love camping. I always loved to go fishing! You didn't want to touch those fish you caught! At least not without gloves! LOL! We both learned to love each other's passions, (Or, at least tolerate) each other's passions. and you even learned to take a fish off the hook bare handed!,Funny, you're the one who taught me the best way to remove a hook from a catfish so we could release him. Canoeing camping, fishing, target shooting, spending time together, hanging with family, or just doing nothing together... I miss you so much Tony!!!. You've been my best friend for most of my life. Longer than I had my parents, I lost them at 29, I hope to give you a good send-off. I hope you're in a wonderful place, waiting for the rest of us, enjoying those that you've lost and missed. I hope you're having a good time, just waiting for those of us who will join you in are own time. I miss you baby. :-( ....you're loving wife
July 28, 2018
I remember moving down to Bloomington. And my Uncle Tony took me caving for the first time. It was amazing. Nothing like seeing 1st hand nature that normally goes 1000s of years without being seen. One of the many things he lived to teach all of us kids about was nature. I am sure going to miss him but I know this was the best for him. With all my love
Brandon Sloan and family.