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Pat H. Foley & Company

1200 West 34th Street, Houston, TX

OBITUARY

John Patterson Rohrer

November 5, 1943February 4, 2020

John Patterson Rohrer was born on November 5, 1943 and passed away on February 4, 2020.

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Carol Gutmann

February 16, 2020

John was the Regional Coordinator when I first became a member of TTSGI back in 2014. He was a dedicated, kind and gentle soul always knowing just what to say to calm the shell of what was left of me. He was a special man and loved by many, including me. John, you will be missed. Gone, but never forgotten. RIP, my twin friend.

Dawn Barnett

February 16, 2020

John, you are my twin rock star. Ever since I met you when I was the regional coordinator of TTSGI in 2002 I knew you were special. Five years later you became regional coordinator and you gave 110%, serving in this volunteer position for many many years. I love you as my twin friend and salute you for the 100's of twins' hearts you touched, including mine. I will miss you but happy you are with David now and not suffering anymore.
With big twin hugs and lots of love,
Dawn, twin to Daryl

Sandra Brown

February 15, 2020

John,
Thank you so much for all the memories we shared about our twins. I enjoyed hearing your twin stories & you always let me share my twin stories with you. You did an awesome job as our regional director for many years. I know you are with your twin now & your heart is happy.
Twin love & hugs 💛🧡
Sandra twin to Sammy

Kevin Johnson

February 15, 2020

Thank you John for helping me through the loss of my twin Kelvin. You were a very important support for me at a very difficult time in my life. Hope you continue to look down on us and help us through our difficult times.
God bless you

Margaret Daffin

February 15, 2020

John Rohrer was a very special person, who came to Twinless Twins Support Group International, years after losing his twin brother David, from meningitis. As soon as he found the group, he knew he was in the right place, where other twins understood his loss, as no others had. He would always say: “that TTSGI gave him back his twin ship, which he felt he had lost.” John was a great regional coordinator for the South Central region of TTSGI and we were honored and lucky that he served in this position for ten years, and still remained involved for years afterwards. I will miss John’s attendance at our regional gatherings and holiday dinners, but know, that he is finally at peace, in the arms of his twin brother, David. I love you John Rohrer.

Judith Olson

February 14, 2020

Although I did not have the good fortune of meeting John, twin to David, I do know he gave generously of his time to Twinless Twins Support Group International, an organization I also support. I am grateful for his contributions and I mourn the loss of such a remarkable man who did so much for so may.

Whispering gentle words to the heavens for peace and comfort for those he left behind.

Margaret Gron

February 13, 2020

I met John, twin to David at my first twin gathering with Twinless Twins Support Group International. Always a gentle soul and authentic when expressing his love for his twin David. I am at peace knowing they are once again together in twinship. You will be missed John!

Barb Terry

February 13, 2020

John was regional coordinator for Twinless Twins Support Group and helped me enormously as I transitioned into his position. He was the sweetest ,sweetest ,gentlest man and shared his love of greyhound rescue dogs as well as his partner Tim and their shared love of RVing. He will be missed greatly.

Betsy Miller

February 13, 2020

I first met John in the summer of 2002. He and I attended our first Twinless Twins meeting. He had lost David years before, I had lost Meg just months before. We were mirror twins; and so, we connected quickly. I will miss his dog stories, I will miss his compassion, and I will miss his friendship. I am glad that he is no longer Twinless.