Mona “Mo” Lee Rohrer

Born: 01/07/1936 Passed:

Alliance – Mona L. Rohrer, 85, of Alliance, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her family on February 4, 2021.  Everyone called her “Mo”. She loved her church family and enjoyed the monthly luncheons with the Belles and Beaus.  Going out to eat was her favorite thing to do.  She loved shopping for clothes, jewelry, shoes, and purses, having that little something special for church almost every Sunday.  She was a lover of Cardinal birds and would always say “aren’t they pretty”. She was so fun to be with and had a great sense of humor.  Everyone who knew her was blessed having her in their lives.  Mo married her grade school sweetheart, Robert “Bob” Rohrer, spending 72 years together and celebrating 66 years of marriage.

Mo is survived by her husband, Bob; children, Debbie (Terry) Holben, Bobbi (Mark) Kirouac, Wendy (William) Vela, Dennis (Donna) Rohrer, Robin (Joshua) Miller, Michael Rohrer; her sister, Barbara Laubert; 15 grandchildren, 29 great grandchildren; one great-great grandchild; several cousins and friends.

The family is planning a celebration of her life to be held at Liberty Bible Church in Atwater.  It is comforting to know that she is in paradise with our Lord and Savior.


7 Tributes to Mona “Mo” Lee Rohrer

  1. Ken, Vanessa, Rachel. LBC family. says:

    She will surely be missed. She was always smiling and ever so kind. Heaven gained a wonderful soul.

    • Don Baker says:

      Lots of memories I will continue to cherish. Even when she was mad at me, but I mostly remember her laugh and her smile. She was a loving Mother and a great person. I will continue to pray that God lifts the burden of mourning from your hearts and sheds light on joyous reception she is having in Heaven by those that went before her..♥️..God bless..

  2. Doris McMahon says:

    So saddened to learn of Mo’s passing. She truly was a good wife, amazing mother, and a great cousin. We didn’t get to spend a lot of time together, but the times we did are a great memory. Bob you are a special man and very loving husband. Our thoughts and prayers are forever with you and Debbie, Bobbi, Wendy, Dennis, Robin and Michael. Mo is your guardian angel now.

    • Stephen and Amy Kilionski says:

      So sorry for your loss Bob and family. I have so many fond memories of Mo from when I was a child as well as all the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Let it be a comfort to you that she is home in the lords loving arms, no longer in any pain but rather in peace forever.

    • Jeremy Rasmussen says:

      My Grandmother was truley a blessing not in just my life but who’s ever lives she was touched with. She had the best laugh. I know where my mom gets it from. I am so great full to spend some time with her recently. I will always remember her eating so much food at our last BBQ. I love you Grandma. ❤

  3. Ted & Barbara Spear says:

    I know that Mo is now free from her pain and suffering. I enjoyed all the years I worked with her in CA. She was always happy and upbeat and a pleasure to work with. Our sympathy goes out to Bob and his family. They will remain in our prayers.

  4. Barbara Cardinal-Sorge (Rohrer) says:

    My wonderful neighbor was I was growing up on Beechwood such a great and beautiful person.

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