Michael A. Doyle saved Charlotte L. de Kastner from drowning, Quebec, Quebec, April 28, 1904. Doyle, 31, ship laborer, jumped into the St. Lawrence River, which was running with ice, and rescued Charlotte, 17.
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Lowell Dean Rohs died on April 24, 2018, surrounded by his loving wife, children, and grandchildren. Rohs was born to Jacob and Selma Rohs in Fargo, N.D., on Sept. 11, 1930.
Rohs and Ruth, his wife of 64 years, resided in North Dakota and Iowa before moving to Arizona in 1961. He retired from Honeywell, as vice president of human resources and then enjoyed many retirement years with beloved family and friends.
Rohs’s greatest love was the Gospel Story, and he committed himself to serving the Lord. He sincerely loved God’s servants and people, and he had great faith in the promises of God. Rohs had great joy helping and encouraging others when he saw an opportunity, and leaves behind numerous friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents and his brothers, Howard and Robert. Rohs was survived by his wife and children, Steven (Wendy), Kimberly (Lester), Tamara (Charles), Todd, and Lance. He also was survived by 10 grandchildren and 14 grandchildren.
(Edited from an obituary published at dignitymemorial.com.)