Kathleen M. Rohrbach

December 26, 1945October 2, 2020

Kathleen “Kathy” Rohrbach (Cherek) passed away peacefully, on October 2, 2020 in Sugar Land, Texas at the age of 74. Kathy was born on December 26, 1945 in Waukesha, Wisconsin to Frank and Laura Cherek. Kathy was the youngest of 10 children. Kathy is preceded in death by her parents, Frank and Laura Cherek. Brothers; Dominic Cherek and Larry Cherek, sisters; Bernice Morris, Lucy Rubringer and Barbara Orne. Son; Scott Rohrbach and daughter Anne Darilek. She is survived by her husband William Rohrbach. Her son and daughter in law Ryan and Cynthia Rohrbach. Her daughter and son in law Brian and Jenna Harris. Granddaughters; Mikka Harris, Danielle Blust, Lindsay Moeller, Angelina Guzman and Sarah Baker. Grandsons; Zachary Harris, Matthew Blust, David Harris and Anthony Guzman. Sisters; Grace Roller and Mary Moose and brothers; Bill Cherek and Tom Cherek. Kathy was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. Kathy married Bill in 1968 and they lived most of their married life in the Houston area. Kathy had a great group of friends and loved spending time with them and traveling. Kathy was a surrogate mother and grandmother to many. She will be missed terribly. A mass is scheduled for October 7 at 11:30 am at St. Angela Merici Catholic Church 9009 Sienna Ranch Rd, Missouri City, Texas 77459.Tribute & or words of condolence can be left at


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Glenn & Donna Mordini

October 13, 2020

It has taken me awhile to do this. I know we all miss Kathy so very, very much. I remember her encouraging me to be a cheerleader at Catholic Memorial High School.
Because of living in different places I never got to see my brother and Kathy and their family that often. But when we did see each other, a good time was had by all.
Kathy enjoyed living and made you feel good when you were with her.
I will have masses said for Kathy and have asked a lot of people to pray for the family.
Love to all,
Donna & Glenn

Tana Wilkinson

October 7, 2020

Kathy and Bill were our neighbors on North Petersham in our first home in Glenshire Subdivision. We raised our kids there, Jeff and Taryn,, swam on swim team,with Jenna, Annie and Ryan. The team was known as The Gators. Kathy and I were also in a social sorority together. Last memory of an event was at the Safari Ranch in Richmond. Tom got to play Texas Hold 'Em for the first time in his life.

Marcia Landrum Billings

October 7, 2020

We are so sorry to hear of Kathy’s passing. She was such a sweet person and great neighbor all those years ago.
Sincere sympathies.....
Marcia, Christy & Stephanie

Pat and Brad Somers

October 6, 2020

Kathy will be greatly missed. We'll remember her for her smiling face, bubbly personality and giving heart. Being in her company was always fun. We will always appreciate the times spent with Kathy.

Greg & Claudia Oelfke

October 6, 2020

Bill and Family,
Claudia and I are so sorry to hear of not only your loss of Kathy but also Anne. We knew Kathy was having a difficult time but prayed she would survive her illness. You have endured much pain, loss and grief and our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. This has been a very dark year and obviously much more impactful for you. You are missed by your Exchange family. Please give Jenna a hug and kiss for us.
God Bless,
Greg & Claudia Oelfke

Susan Love-Loomis

October 6, 2020

Kathy and I joined sorority on the sameday, followed by many years of happy memories. I shall remember her as an unselfish loving person to all. She donated her home and time whenever needed. I'm sure she's playing golf in heaven.

M.E. Depalma

October 5, 2020

Kathy and my cousin Bill were sweethearts in school and my baby sitters as my children grew up. We loved them both and have happy memories of the times we were all together.

Harold Ward

October 5, 2020

Bill --
I am so sorry to hear of Kathleen's passing !
I am sorry that I will no be able to attend the mass, but you will be in my thoughts and prayers.

Carrie Wall

October 5, 2020

What I will remember the most about Kathy was the twinkle in her eyes when she smiled and she was always smiling. Bill, Jenna, Ryan and the family we are sending you our deepest sympathies. Kathy will be missed by everyone who ever knew her. May God wrap you in his arms and bring you peace.
JN & Carrie Wall

Vickie Looney

October 5, 2020

Kathy I met you 42 years ago as my new sister in Beta Sigma Phi. My first memory is the look on your face when I showed up “bright-eyed in my costume for the first of many BSP conventions. I realized as soon. as you opened the door, without your signature smile, you were not an early morning person and needed to get a bit further into the day for your fun personality to emerge. I will always think of you and smile when I hear “Jeremiah Was A Bull Frog” and think about dancing to that tune. Your sister in BSP - Vickie


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