1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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Alton “Al” Rolley

October 2, 1934 - May 17, 2020

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    Cathy Condi says

    Al always loved spending time with his family. Always loved picking (playing), and joking with the kids. He always treated me and my kids the same as he did the rest of the family. I know he is very happy to be back with his wife Janna. On our last phone call he told me how much he misses her. I pray for peace and comfort for the family. I joined their family over 40 years ago…

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    Rhonda Turner says

    I’m so sorry for the loss of your beloved dad, brother and pawpaw. I know he was a loving and caring man. My heart breaks for you. Please know that you are all in my thoughts. Rhonda (Raleigh) Turner

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    Bob Bender says

    Sympathy to the Rolley family who I have been friends with and played many rounds of golf.
    Bob Bender

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Alton “Al” Rolley, 85, of Evansville, Indiana passed away May 17th, 2020 in Evansville, Indiana. He was born October 2, 1934 the son of Henry and Grace Rolley in Greenville, KY.

Al was known for being a loving father, husband, and pawpaw.  Al was an Evansville Firefighter for 28 years, and also served in the United States Air Force.  He loved being outdoors, he enjoyed playing golf and clabber.

Al is survived by his children; Janna V. Jenkins (Jim), Cammy S. Moore (Jerry), Barry Dean Rolley (Vicki), Randy J. Rolley (Lori); grandchildren Courtney, Chelsea, Coty, Danielle, Kelsey, Kirsten, Brandon, and Jordan.  Al also is also survived by 13 great grandchildren and two on the way, brothers Houston (Betty) Rolley and Barry (Julie) Rolley; and Cousin Harry (Gloria) Rolley.

He is now reunited with his wife Janna A Rolley of 46 years, parents, and two great grandchildren, Mylee Hope and Theo Dean.

There will be private family services at Sunset Memorial Park.  For those who wish memorial contributions may be given to Vanderburgh County Humane Society in loving memory of his little dog Taco Bell.