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Ronald P.

Rogahn, Ronald P.
Passed away after a courageous battle with leukemia on Saturday April 7, 2018 at the age of 64 years . Beloved husband of Debbie (nee Gavin). Loving and devoted father of Adam (Crystal), Brooke (Kurt) Spitzner and Jamie (Alex) Koldeway. Proud Papa Ronnie of Bellamy and Drew Rogahn, Kendall, Aubree and Luke Spitzner and Claire Koldeway. Brother of Gerald (Diane) and the late James (Paula). Brother in law of Jeff (Judi), Steve (Deb) and Gary (Kellie). Son in law of Audrey Gavin. Also survived by his supportive nieces, nephews, other relatives , many friends and his Poblocki co-workers. Visitation will be held on Sunday April 15th at the FUNERAL HOME from 4-8PM and again on Monday April 16th from 3-3:45PM at ST. MARY’S FAITH COMMUNITY, 9520 W. Forest Home Ave. followed by the Mass of Christian Burial at 4PM.

Any memorials made will be donated to the Wisconsin Early Autism Project or the Special Olympics and please consider joining the bone marrow registry for Be The A special thank you Dr. Laura C. Michaelis, Dr. Karen Carlson, Amber Essenmacher PA-C and all the nurses and staff on the 7th & 8th floors at Froedtert Hospital CFAC.

Ron will be remembered as the essence of a true gentleman who fought as a warrior in his battle against leukemia to the very end.

Ron’s laughter could fill a room and his kindness and respect to everyone he met made him one of a kind. His gifts and passion for life were shared with so many as a coach with the Special Olympics, a flag football referee with the Town of Vernon Recreation Department, a member of the Big Bend Vernon Lions Club, “Stache” with the Milwaukee Cream Citys Baseball Club, an umpire with the Alcoholics Anonymous Freedom League and a superfan to the Pewaukee Pirates 4th and 6th grade girls basketball teams. His 36+ years of dedicated service and never ending one liners at Poblocki Sign Company will be remembered by countless colleagues past and present.

To his family he is the ultimate role model making everyone he met feel special as an inspiring example of unconditional love.

Keep on Rockin’ in the free world, Ron!

16880 W. National Ave. 262-901-1140

Past Comments

John Stolen/ BSI Signs

Ron was an awesome guy, always happy and positive and ready to help, we will miss you Ron, special guy!!

Michael Wittig

All of us in the Wittig family enjoyed Ron and offer condolences to everyone in your family. ~Mike (Don and LaVerne) Wittig

Susan Barbian

My condolences to you Debbie & your whole family & friends. Sue Barbian

Sandy Cottrill (Borowski)

Lit a candle in memory of Ronald P. Rogahn

Deb Burton

Ron has been a constant in my life since I met him over 29 years ago. A loyal co-worker to the very end, he was always an inspiration for everyone who was lucky enough to have him in their life.

Billy Hoffman

My deepest sympathies….
Ron will be greatly missed.
One of my favorite people

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