Kenneth John Rumohr


Rumohr, Kenneth John
March 30, 1928 – January 2, 2014
Kenneth John Rumohr passed away peacefully in his sleep on January 2, 2014 in his 86th year. He was born in Cereal, Alberta and was the third youngest of eight children. He was married to Theresa Hovan in 1999, pre-deceased in 1998 by his first wife, and mother of his four children, Velma Krause Rumohr. He held executive level positions with the Provincial government throughout his career including that of Bursar at the Fort Saskatchewan Provincial Gaol for many years. He was a long-serving volunteer Fire Fighter in Fort Saskatchewan, enjoyed golf, card games, his family and friends. His passions were hockey, woodworking, hunting, fishing, stained glass making, intarsia and socializing.
He is survived by his wife Theresa, his four children, Donna Leyland of Vancouver, Linda Strong (Richard) of Calgary, Diana Sallie (Malcolm) of Fort Saskatchewan, and his son Richard Rumohr (Laura) of Fort Saskatchewan, and his seven grandchildren: Todd Strong, Tonya Blazosek, Trent Smith, Jeff Leyland, Michelle Novakowski, Jordan Rumohr and Courtney Rumohr, as well as his six great grandchildren: Kaitlyn Blazosek, Brooke Blazosek, Owen Smith, Parker Novakowski, Ethan Smith, Keaton Novakowski, and his favourite little dog, Toto!
A Celebration of Life will be held in his honour at the Fort Saskatchewan Legion No. 27 at 12 noon on Wednesday January 8, 2014, 9964 93 AVE. Special thanks to Dr. Stecyk, the nursing staff at the Fort Saskatchewan Community Hospital, and the staff from Home Care. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be sent to Parkinson Alberta; or via phone at 780.425.6400. Gord and Cindy Kadatz managing directors.

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