DAVIS – Rohan John

Born on May 25, 1967. Passed away November 13, 2020.

Passed away peacefully at home in Newborough on November 13th, 2020 after battling a long illness

surrounded by his loving family.

Aged 53years

Dearly loved son of John (Dec) and Helen.

Much loved brother of Anne, and Janine.

Loving uncle of Joshua, Joel and Alice,

Rebecca and Logan, Jacob and Emily.

Great uncle of Mirah and Nathan

In God’s care and forever in our hearts

Sadly Missed

Funeral Notice
St. Aidans Anglican Church Torres Street, NewboroughView Map
Due to Covid19 restrictions the funeral service for
Mr Rohan John Davis is a private service by invitation only.

A service to celebrate Rohan’s life will be live streamed on Monday November 23rd, 2020 at 1.30pm

To View live stream, click here.
  1. Made our out back trips so fun with his quirky humour and friendly generous nature! Such a loss!

    Kerri November 16, 2020
  2. Will miss your lovely smile whenever our ladies Bible study met at your mum’s home.

    Nancy Melchior November 16, 2020
  3. To Janine and family thinking of you at this very sad time and remembering a great guy and fun times at the volleyball – Stephen and Linda Bates

    Stephen & Linda Bates November 18, 2020
  4. Rohan will be sadly missed. Such a ‘gentle’ man., whom I’ve known over these last 37 years. He loved his family and time with friends. Love to family. Rest In Peace .

    Rod November 19, 2020
  5. Such a genuine soul. I have nothing but respect for the way Rohan remained positive and willing to fight this horrible illness. My deepest sympathy for everyone who Rohan loved and those who loved him back
    May you Rest In Peace Rohee

    Marisca & Wilco Seinen November 19, 2020
  6. My deepest sympathy to the family may he Rest In Peace Rosie

    Rosie November 20, 2020
  7. To know him was to love him! Precious memories of our dear Rohan will live in our hearts forever – a truly wonderful young man. With much love and our heartfelt prayers of support for Helen, Janine, Anne and family from Auntie Wilma and Uncle Ron.

    Ron and Wilma Wardell November 22, 2020
  8. Hi Helen, We were so sorry to hear about Rohan. I called in the other day but you weren’t home. I hope the love of family and friends around you helps to ease the pain a little. Lots of love, Joan and Larry

    Joan Smith November 23, 2020
  9. Rohee was a great mate and a fantastic travelling companion. We enjoyed lots of trips and adventures together. It is hard to believe we did so much in such a short time. Our thoughts are with the Davis family. Rohee may be gone but his memories will always be with us.

    Gary & Lee Honeychurch November 23, 2020
  10. A true gentleman, friend and neighbor. Rohan was always willing to help and will miss our chats. His gentle nature and smile will always be remembered. Sincere sympathy to Helen, Anne and Janine.

    Rob and Trish Johnstone- Wade November 23, 2020
  11. It’s in moments like these that words fall short. But I hope you know how much love I have in my heart for Rohan and that you’re in my thoughts. God Bless X

    Jodi Wildey November 23, 2020
  12. Rohan Davis was a schoolmate of mine at STAGGS and a much loved member of our year-level. As you grow up you often drift apart from your school friends, as busy lives take us in all sorts of different directions, but good people like Rohan don’t get forgotten. Condolences to all of his family members and please know that there is a large group of people who grew up with Rohan who are taking pause and remembering the great times we shared as kids. Sad news indeed.

    Michael K. Sheridan December 1, 2020
  13. Rohan was one of those people that left an impact on you in a very positive way. I say this as a friend who has not seen him since we parted ways at Gippsland Grammar in 1984. I have never forgotten our friendship or taken it for granted. You know what, maybe I did take it for granted, and I regret that.

    Rohan was a very spiritual kid at school, caring for all of us with our flaws and teenage angst. He wasn’t one to be concerned about the ‘cool kids’, footy scores or what was the top song on 3TR. He cared about people.

    I remember Rohan as a guy that radiated kindness and tolerance for everyone in his sphere.

    I also remember playing Chess with Rohan on the bus to/from our high school in Sale, talks about philosophy and the early days of personal computing, and a few sleepovers at each others places in the early 80’s.

    Thank you mate, you made a difference to so many of us.

    There is no greater sorrow than a parent having to bury their child.

    Mrs Davis, please accept the condolences of the STAGGS Class of 1984, and our gratitude for sharing Rohan with us for a brief time.

    Most sincerely, Paul.

    Paul Cordwell December 3, 2020