September 6, 1951 – December 4, 2013
Rohrmoser, Joachim “Yogi” – It is with great sadness that the family of Joachim Rohrmoser announces his passing. Joachim died on Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at the age of 62 years, peacefully with his family at his side. He is survived by his brothers Karl (Pat), Fred (Debbie), Martin (Evelin) and his sisters Kerstin (Doug) and Elke. He is predeceased by his parents, Hans and Ilse Rohrmoser, his brother Uwe and his sister, Dagmar. Dear uncle to Colin (Gina), Lara (Steve), Tanya, Erik (Jessica), Kyra (Matt), Deirdre (Allan) and Clayton (Bethany). Great-uncle to Connor, Blake, Jonathan, Timothy, Gavin, Jacob, Ryan, Madelaine and Patrick. Yogi, as he was known by his many friends, workmates and family, will be missed by all. Special thanks to the staff and doctors at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Hamilton for their loving support and care. Cremation has taken place.
I enjoyed our conversations and our brief time together. You will be missed.
it is with great sadness to hear of our friend yogis passing .
his jokes and humor will be missed on our labor day parties.
he left us way to early. please accept our deepest sympathy.
sincerely Hans- Otto Kraut
I am so sorry for your loss. I remember Yogi from Niagara District High School. Although I didn’t know him well, I do remember his big smile and he laughed a lot. I hope he had a good life.
We’ve lost another good hearted soul much too early. It was always fun to work with Yogi and to socialize after. His situational stories were always something to hear. My sincere condolences to his family.
To my very dear & “faithful neighbour” & special friend “Yogi”.
Ronald W. Burn
My condolences go out to Yogi’s family and friends. I am glad i was able to spend time with Yogi at work and outside of work – he taught me a lot and I wouldn’t be where I am without him. He was such a great man with an amazing sense of humour – I will never forget him or his amusing stories!
I was deeply saddened to read about Yogi, a gentleman of true spirit, passing.
I hold many happy memories of the times we shared at work and with friends.
My heartfelt condolences to his family and friends.
We are so sorry to hear of Yogis passing. He was always a pleasure to see and we will miss his great company. Labour day get together for the men will not be the same without him. Sincerely Mary Lee and Fred Potz