Anton "Tony" Roehrich was born March 9th, 1952 and was the son of Eugene and Patricia Roehrich.
He lived in many places, but called San Diego home. He loved his family more than anything, especially his siblings, Don Roehrich and Kathy Lillard. In addition to the love for his siblings, he loved his two daughters, Andrea Loftis and Ashley Gardner. The love he had for his grandson, Austin, was beyond compare. The entire family loved to gather and enjoy a comforting home-cooked meal and tons of laughter. Tony was a sheet metal worker, working for decades, and enjoyed working with his hands. His creations showed not only his talent, but love for beautiful things.
He loved to collect antiques and items that caught the eye. We called his house the "museum" due to its collection of interesting things from days gone past. When not collecting and making beautiful items, he loved the outdoors and thrived in God's country. He enjoyed fishing and existing in nature. Music was another pastime. He was a drummer by nature, and a lover of music in all shapes and sizes. His knowledge of music was extraordinary.
He always had a smile on his face, and became closer to his Catholic faith in recent years.
As of now, services are TBD due to Covid regulations, but a memorial will be arranged by his two daughters.
He loved life, and loved his family even more.
“What can you do to promote world peace? Go home and love your family.” --Mother Theresa
He will be deeply missed by many. Thank you all for your love for him and commitment to his well-being.