Mr. Roland W. Rumiser, 85
Roland W. Rumiser, age 85, of Gainesville passed away on Thursday, January 7, 2021 at Northeast Georgia Medical Center. Roland was born June 10, 1935 in Peninsula, Ohio.
Roland Rumiser was a homebuilder and was honored to receive the Builder of the Year Award from the Gwinnett Chapter of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association in 2000.
Roland was a member of Redwine United Methodist Church. One of his passions was missions. Of his many trips he went to Honduras for 10 years helping an orphanage construct buildings.
Roland is survived by his wife, Beverly Rumiser of 32 years; his children, Lorie (Bill) Dennington, Debbie Rumiser, David Rumiser, Mark (Tracey) Rumiser, Darcy (Steve) Mathis, Dawn Ford, Daone (David) Nisbet; 14 grandchildren, and numerous great grandchildren; brother, Clark Rumiser and sister, Norma McFall. He is preceded in death by his parents and sister, Trella Shields.
In consideration of COVID-19, there will not be a service at this time. The family would enjoy reading any special memories you have of Roland which you may post at: www.memorialparkfuneralhomes.com
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Redwine United Methodist Church, 3285 Poplar Springs Rd. Gainesville, GA 30507
Memorial Park South Funeral Home, 4121 Falcon Parkway, Flowery Branch, Georgia 30542.
Charlie and Martia Buffington
We are so sorry to hear of Roland's passing; our thoughts and prayers go out to Beverly and the family. He was a wonderful man and did so much for Redwine. He will be greatly missed.
Charlie and Martia Buffington
Beverly, I'm so sorry to hear of Roland's going home, but I can only imagine what a homecoming it was.
He blessed Gainesville Action Ministries in so many ways, I thank God for all the things he did to help GAM. I know he will be missed by his precious family and Redwine UMC, but know he waits for you to one day join him. Love and blessing, Sue Lane
Roland was one of a kind with his huge heart for everyone. Roland loved my family as if we were all his almost from the day he met us. I've missed his hugs on Sunday mornings at Redwine and will never forget him.
Becky and Jimmy Locklear
Roland will be greatly missed. He always had a smile and kind word for everyone and never met a stranger. If anyone asked him how he was, his response was “ I’m alive and breathing “ He was always ready to share the Gospel. Our favorite memories were the mission trips to Honduras and Henderson Settlement in Kentucky. Love and prayers to Beverly and the rest of the family.
Anthony and Jamie Boggs
To the Rumiser Family,
We're so sorry for your loss. May God give you comfort during this difficult time. Sending prayers for your family.
Roland was a friend, mentor, & business partner of mine in the early 2000's. We were building houses, something he loved to do. From looking at the lots and planning a beautiful home, to seeing the final product when it was finished. We shared the love of classic cars and enjoyed showing them off.
He was so proud to be awarded the Builder of the Year Award from the Home Builders Association of Atlanta in 2000. An award he so deserved.
He will be greatly missed by myself and I will always cherish our time together.
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