Glen Gary Rohm  2018

Glen Gary Rohm 2018

Cattaraugus- Glen G. Rohm, 50, of Scott Hollow Road, Cattaraugus, Town of Leon, passed away Wednesday (June 6, 2018) at home. He was born November 6, 1967 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, the son of Darlene J. Sandstrom of Leon and the late Richard Lee Rohm. Glen was a 1985 graduate of Ft. Lauderdale High School. Prior to moving to New York in 2016, Glen was the owner and operator of Rohm Investments and Riverview Auto Sales and sold Real Estate, all in Sebastian,… Read More » FL., he had built Sebastian Gym and grew the business beyond his vision of its growth before it was sold. Glen was a member and Lay Leader of the Little Valley Wesleyan Church, the NRA, served on the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and Indian Rivers County Realtors Association. Glen was an avid hunter, motorcycle and hot rod car enthusiast. He is survived his wife, Tabatha Fitzgerald Rohm, His mother Darlene, three daughters; Caitlyn Larson of FL., Sidney and Linsey Rohm of Vero Beach FL., a son; Brian Mooney of Sebastian, FL., step children; Shawn Troxell and Nicole Schultz at home in Cattaraugus, three grandchildren; Brandon and Christian Mooney of Vero Beach and Brantley Troxell of Cattaraugus. He is additionally survived by two sisters; Staci Brooks of Franklin, NC. and Shiloh Whitaker of Pecan Gap, TX, As per Glens wishes, there will be no visitation. A Celebration will be held at the Little Valley Wesleyan Church with a date and time to be announced by the VanRensselaer & Son Funeral Home, 14 Church Street, Randolph. To leave a condolence, log onto Memorials may be sent to the Little Valley Wesleyan Church, 704 Erie Street, Little Valley, New York 14755.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Glen Gary Rohm 2018. Van Rensselaer & Son Funeral

Death notice for the town of: Randolph, state: New York

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