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Calvin “Sarge” Rohrbough

Calvin Rohrbough

March 8, 1928          ~          February 10, 2016

Calvin “Sarge” Rohrbough, 87, of Hiseville, Kentucky, died, Wednesday, February 10, 2016. He was a son of the late Elbert and Lulu Grace Rohrbough. He was retired US Army Sergeant, a member of the Hiseville Methodist Church, Hiseville Masonic Lodge #320 and Hiseville Eastern Star #581.

He is survived by three daughters: Grace Morgan “Ronnie”, Becky Brown “Chris” and Tracy Smith “Jimmy”; four brothers: Buck, Jim , John and Rex; four sisters: Cricket, Phyllis, Mary and Isabelle; ten grandchildren; several great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Besides his parents he was preceded in death by his wife: Nellie Lois Rohrbough; one son: Barry Rohrbough; one brother: Elbert; four sisters: Annabelle, Millie, Ruhama and Rhoda.

Funeral will be 12:00 P.M. Sunday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Hiseville Cemetery. Visitation will be after 11:00 A.M. Saturday at the funeral home. There will be a Masonic service at 6:00P.M. Saturday at the funeral home.

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Guest Register

12 Entries for Calvin “Sarge” Rohrbough

  1. Steve DeGidio says:

    Thank you Sarge, for the leadership and training you bestowed upon us, that got us through our tour in Vietnam. I know, you have often been in our thoughts over these many years. When I was wounded, you were there to see me off, when I was being loaded onto the helicopter. You had placed your hand on my arm, as say good bye. I remember opening my eyes and saying, l’ll be back.
    As my Sarge and friend, I say, good bye and I’ll see you again someday.

    To the Rohrbough family, my condolences
    Steve DeGidio, Minnesota

  2. George Polanin says:

    To the Rohrbough family, You have my deepest sympathy,Sarge thank you for keeping all of us alive while in Vietnam you will be sadly missed god bless you

  3. Jim Gresham says:

    Our deepest sympathy to the Rohrbough family.Sarge kept us alive with the training and knowledge that he provided.To the Rohrbough family !st platoon C company$th Inf. Div lost a great leader and also a dear friend.Sarge will always be in the hearts of the BOYS of !st Platoon.
    RIP Sarge.You will not be forgotten

  4. Tom Radke says:

    Dear Sarge,
    I know that all of the people in your life have the same respect for you as the men of Charlie Company. You not only brought us back from hell but you gave us the skills to lead our lives and raise our families the same way.
    It makes me sad that we can’t all be there to stand tall for you and give you that final salute.
    The men that will be there have our hearts and thoughts of love and respect to send with you to your final rest. Thank you for giving us all so much.
    God Bless, Sargent Thomas Oscar Radke

  5. Marianne Edmunds says:

    I will miss Calvin more than you know. Every time I presented him in Eastern Star, he was presented as “Rough Buff.” That goes back to a mis-spelling on a program. He always laughed when I presented him as Calvin Rough-buff.” I have missed seeing him at meetings. I know he is in a better place, but his passing leaves a hole in my heart. My prayers and sympathies are with you.

  6. ritajglass says:

    Ive know this man for a long time,never had anything bad 2 say about anybody,awsome man,he will be missed,Go rest now your work on earth is done,an a job well done.RIP Sarge.Love Rita Kristy Jacob Shawna an Johnny.

  7. William Hunley says:

    Our sympathy goes out to Sarge’s family. He was a good man, a good friend, and neighbor. You will be missed.

  8. Tina Smith says:

    Dear Tracy Smith and Grace Morgan, I am very sorry for your loss. Prayers to you and the family today and days to come.

  9. Larry Schindeldecker says:

    Our thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy to the Rohrbough family.
    Thanks Sarge for bringing us back alive. We’re going to miss you.
    With Great Respect and Admiration:
    One of the boys of Charlie Co 1st Platoon

  10. Joey Hunley says:

    Sorry for your lost. He was a good, kind man. He will be miss around Hiseville.

  11. Craig Rolf says:

    Prayers and deepest sympathy to the Rohrbough family. Sarge was a man I had the deepest respect for he taught us boys of Charlie Company so much and we owe our lives to him. He always had our backs and we loved him. Will miss you .

  12. Roger Strand says:

    Everyone who came in contact with this man remembered him. Calvin ’sarge’ Rohrbough will be missed. Sarge was a leader who stood like a rock in a time of hardship. Thank you Sarge, you will be missed by all of us.