George E. Rohrmann, Jr.

July 11, 1948 - May 9, 2019

          George E. Rohrmann, Jr. age 70, of Newark, DE, passed peacefully on Thursday, May 9, 2019, surrounded by his loving family & friends.

          Born in Jamaica, NY on July 11, 1948, he was a son of the late George E. and Hildegarde V. (Hoff) Rohrmann, Sr.  George practiced law with the UAW, retiring in 2013 after many years of dedicated service.

          A big brother to many, George had a unique sense of humor… kept us all amused by his ability to look at life in a special way!  It’s that easy going approach to life, that influenced us all!  He enjoyed nature by traveling…. especially to Virginia, Florida Keys and the Bahamas.  George was an avid Phillies fan, loved his music, and a good Cuba Libre!  George loved his family fiercely and enjoyed his time spent with his dog, Dakota.

          The family would like to extend a special thanks to everyone who helped George during his trying times.

          He is survived by his sister, Ginny Widdoes (Bill) of Newark, DE and brother, Rick Rohrmann (Michele) of Orlando, FL.

          George loved his cabin in Virginia, built and enjoyed this labor of love with many family and friends, and as his final wish will remain there.


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12 Condolences for George E. Rohrmann, Jr.

  • There is no way to express in words how lawyer’s passing has affected me. He loved me and my husband, Norm, who also left this world 22 years ago. I am so thankful I knew George and hung out with him for over 40 years. I will miss you forever, George. Love and peace to Rick and Michele and to Ginny and Bill.

  • Our deepest condolences to you all. We were happy to know George and share fun times with him in the Florida Keys! May you find comfort in all of your fondest memories with George. Sending lots of love and prayers!

  • We will miss you
    Forever in our thoughts and Prayers
    Loved spending time with you and your friendship 😘 Rest In Peace My Friend
    Love Hugs and Kisses to All of the Family

  • George was a wonderful person I had the pleasure to enjoy his company at his cabin he will always be remembered as one who taught us to laugh and enjoy life you will be missed ❤️

  • So sorry for your loss I met George when he was visiting with Jerry Clark
    Ginny your family and friends are in our prayers. RIP George

  • No words could ever express the impact your presence had on our family…not only the friendship you showed to my parents…but the guidance you gave or tried to give too us kids ….it will never be forgotten…you will never be forgotten…in our heart…and will be deeply missed…

  • “…The friends we have lost do not repose under the ground…they are buried deep in our hearts. It has been thus ordained that they may always accompany us…”
    ― Alexandre Dumas
    Your remain dear George.. and I send all my love to your family — thank you for all the times shared.

  • My brother love and miss you

  • I’m so sorry to hear about my friend George he was a great friend to be around with Michaele and Rick and Ginny michaele and ticj you can have a lemonsnaps for me

  • So laidback yet larger than life, that’s how I’ll remember Georgie. Wishing Love and peace to Rick and Michele and Ginny and Bill. Love Bill

  • My condolences to George’s family and friends on his recent passing. Gone too soon. I worked with him for five years at UAW Legal Services before I left there in 1997, and found him to be a great co-worker, always willing to help others out. I will miss his great sense of humor, love of nature, and kindness in this world. May he rest in peace…where he no longer has to wait for it to be 5 o’clock somewhere! God bless his spirit

  • R.I.P. Gsorge.