Dolf S Rogulski

August 6, 1966May 10, 2019

ROGULSKI, Dolf S, 52 of Largo passed away on Friday, May 10, 2019. Adolf was born on August 6, 1966 in Bronx, New York to the late Stanisalaw & Anatalia (Hajder) Rogulski. He moved to this area in 2012 from Manalapan, NJ. Dolf was a business owner and a member of the Bridgepoint Church in Seminole. Dolf enjoyed scuba diving, biking, running, boating & fishing. A true outdoorsman. He is survived by a son Justin Rogulski of Northport, FL and a daughter Kristen Rogulski of Venice, FL along with a granddaughter Madeleine Guijosa, the love of his life Mary Jean Corsini and a sister Lucyna (Steve) Spitz of Jackson, NJ. Memorial contributions may be offered to the American Brain Tumor Association. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at a later date. Condolences may be offered at


  • A Celebration of Life Service will be held at a later date.


Dolf S Rogulski

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May 24, 2019

To my one and only first true love. We were not perfect but you were and always will be my PERFECT!!! You will stay in mine and the kids hearts FOREVER!!! You will be TRULY miss every day until we meet again in heaven! I pray that I will see you sitting at a high top table with your wonderful amazing smile waiting for me!! MY HEART IS FOREVER YOURS ❣💋💜 M

Tonya Wallace

May 15, 2019

So sorry to hear of ur passing. Mj I am truly sorry. I was hoping my old and ur new home would bring us as much joy as it did butch and me. You were a special man and will be truly missed. My prayers and thoughts are with u and ur family

Rachel Spitz

May 15, 2019

Uncle Al,
When I first heard the news, I was beside myself. My heart broke. I won't lie... at first I was filled with anger, sadness, but then I felt a sense of relief for you. We always shared a close bond. There was always a special kind of understanding we had for each-other. One I couldn't find with others. I don't question it, I cherish it. I'm disappointed in the fact that we never had the chance to mend our relationship, but I forgive you, because I know that one day we will be close again. When I look back through all of the photos and touch on the memories we have made - I laugh, I cry, and this is the way I choose to remember you. Strong willed, determined to succeed, funny, loving, and so much more. I pray that you have found the peace and serenity that you have always been searching for, and truly deserve.

Until we meet again, Uncle Al.
I love you so much! <3

Mike Pittaro

May 14, 2019

Adolf, I’m saddened to hear of your passing. We had some good times as kids and reconnecting years later on Facebook. Rest easy my friend.

Donna Rogulski

May 14, 2019

Adolf I can't believe your actually gone ! We haven't spoken since moms passing which you said your final good bye to me . Adolf I want you to know I thought about you all the time and wished I did reach out to you and can't imagine the pain you endured before you went home to be with Jesus ?! Adolf I love you so much and always will and I'm sure by now you are with mom and dad and Adam and the rest of family in Heaven giving you all the love and hugs and kisses you missed so much by them XOXO Rest Easy Brother and until we meet again I LOVE YOU your baby sister Donna Rogulski

Wesley Rogulski

May 14, 2019

Mom, dad and Adam are with you my brother.
You are at peace now . I loved you dearly and deep down inside I think you loved me too. I will always remember the good times that we had and your sense of humor, you always made me laugh. I am so saddened that we couldn’t talk for the last time and tell you I love you and it will be alright..