Rollin L. Cashner

March 6, 1924April 15, 2021

Rollin L. "Rollie" Cashner, 97, of Sarasota, passed away at Sarasota Memorial Hospital on April 15, 2021. Rollin was born in Greentown, OH. He graduated from Lehman High School, where he met the love of his life, Margaret "Dee Dee" Kindelberger. He served in the Army during WWII. Afterward, they moved to Sarasota in 1966 from Canton, OH. Here he continued his career in the automobile business. Rollin retired from Hoagland Oldsmobile in 1989. Rollin enjoyed boating, especially fishing, shrimping, and scalloping with family and friends.

Rollin was preceded in death by his wife of 68 years and his son, Steven. Rollin is survived by his son, Roger (Sandy); daughter, Barbara K. Thaggard (Stephen); and daughter-in-law, Barbara J. Cashner; grandsons, Phillip Cashner (Andrea), Robert Thaggard (Julia); granddaughters, Jan Maynard (Tony) and Elizabeth Walker; great-granddaughters, Hayley Peters (Corey), Lauryn Walker, Morgan Maynard, and Kylie Samus; and great-grandson, Janson Maynard.

The family will receive friends on Saturday, May 1st, at Robert Toale & Sons Funeral Home at Manasota Memorial Park, 1221 53rd Ave. E., Bradenton from 1 until 3pm. Graveside services at Sarasota National Cemetery with military honors will be held on Tuesday, May 4th, at 10am.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Rollin's honor can be made to a charity of your choice.


  • Visitation

    Saturday, May 1, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, May 4, 2021


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Gayle Lingro

April 23, 2021

I will Miss you so much .No marbles on friday

Barbara Thaggard

April 23, 2021

How is it possible to feel such sorrow in losing you, and yet be joyous for you to be together with Mom again? I will miss you, but I have so, so many happy memories shared with you. And I am so very thankful to have had you for so long. You were the best Dad a girl could have! You provided a solid foundation to build a family, and you were there to support and nurture all of us. That love radiated outward to include all of our extended family and friends. So many looked up to you, respected you and loved you. So we say goodbye with sad hearts, but know you are safe and well now. So many in Heaven have been waiting for you to join them and I know you and Mom are watching over us. And I know you and Steve are already out fishing in Heaven's calm waters. I love you!