Robert Kevin Rohlf


Robert Kevin Rohlf was born June 20, 1965, in San Antonio, Texas to Robert and Kathryn Rohlf, and raised in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Kevin passed away June 1, 2015, in the comfort of his home and surrounded by his family after a two year fight with cancer.
Kevin was a strong man of faith, love, and family.
Together, Kevin and his wife, Teri Rohlf raised four children: Mackenzi

e, Lucas, Anna, and Michael. Kevin raised his children in faith and was a great role model and mentor.  A loving father and husband, he always lived life to its fullest, and remained in good spirits even throughout his fight with cancer.
At the Rohlf residence, there was never a shortage of laughter or love; Kevin was the “funniest man he knew.”
Shortly after the birth of his children, Kevin returned to school where he completed his bachelor’s degree in Business at the University of Phoenix. Using his education, Kevin was very successful throughout his 25-year career with AT&T.
Some of Kevin’s hobbies included coaching and watching sports with his children, outdoor activities such as hunting and fishing, and spending quality time with his family. Kevin was a devout Catholic and always found trust in God and used his faith to overcome obstacles.
Kevin Rohlf is survived by his wife, Teri Rohlf; his four children, Mackenzie Atwell, Lucas Rohlf, Anna Rohlf, and Michael Rohlf; and his grandson, Caleb Atwell. He is also survived by his mother, Kathryn Rohlf; his brother and sister, Cory Rohlf and Sandy Tegeler; and their children. Kevin has touched our hearts as father, husband, son, brother, uncle, and friend. His memory will be carried on in laughter and in love among his family and friends.
In lieu of flowers, Kevin’s wishes were to have donations towards his special charities, Wounded Warriors and Saint Jude’s Children’s Hospital.
“W be strongly encouraged to hold fast to the hope that lies before us. This we have as an anchor of the soul, sure and firm.” Hebrews 6; 18-19


1 comment

  1. Suzy Simmons 17 June, 2015 at 14:05 Reply

    My Deepest Sympathy. Kevin was a wonderful man with a kind heart and always willing to help anyone.

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