Dorothy Schwertner Rohmfeld, age 87 passed away Sunday, April 22, 2018 at Ballinger Healthcare and Rehab Center.

Dorothy Schwertner Rohmfeld, age 87 passed away Sunday, April 22, 2018 at Ballinger Healthcare and Rehab Center.  She was born February 6, 1931 to Edward and Veruna Schwertner and grew up on the family farm between Miles and Rowena, Texas.  She married Norbert Rohmfeld January 4, 1950. She was a homemaker and helped her husband on the family farm near Olfen, Texas.  Her passion was gardening, canning, baking and quilting. It delighted her when she could send some of that freshly baked bread or kolaches home with her children and grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Norbert Rohmfeld in 1994 and infant son, Joseph Rohmfeld.  She was also preceded in death by her siblings and spouses: Alfred Schwertner and wife Frances; Elizabeth Jost and husband Elo; Raymond Schwertner and wife Melva; Leo Schwertner and wife Bertie; Oscar Schwertner; Willa Mae Niehues and husband Werner; Benjamin Schwertner; brother-in-law Ervin Bartels; sister-in-law Marie Schwertner and special friend Alice Wilde.  Survivors include children: David Rohmfeld and wife Sharon; Sharise Hoffman; Randy Rohmfeld and wife Michelle; Jennifer Jansa and husband Wayne; Kelly Braden and husband Alvin; grandchildren: Destiny Rohmfeld, Makayla Rohmfeld, Zachary Rohmfeld, Jillyn Hoffman, Wade Jansa, Dylan Jansa, Calleen Jansa and fiance Chuck White, Reid Braden, Mason Braden and great-granddaughter, BryAnna Felts.   Also surviving her are her siblings:  Clements Schwertner, Jerline Bartels, and Mona Bryan and husband Truett, sister-in-law Lorene Schwertner and numerous nieces and nehpews.

 Rosary was Wednesday April 25th at 7:00 p.m. at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Olfen and funeral Mass was Thursday April 26 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Olfen. Burial will be at St.

Boniface cemetery in Olfen.

 The family would like to thank the staff at Ballinger Healthcare and Rehab and primary care physician Dr. Anderton and staff and the many friends and family that visited mom in the nursing home.

 Memorial donations may be given to the St. Boniface cemetery fund or a favorite charity of your choice.