Jackson Rohm Death: Obituary, Cause Of Death, Funeral

Jackson Rohm, a well-known acoustic guitar player, and vocalist from Rosemary Beach, Florida, tragically passed away on January 25, 2023. Although the exact reason for his passing is unknown, he claimed to have died while fighting cancer.

There are no specifics provided about the funeral services. Everyone is missing him, remembering him, and posting memorials to him on social media.

“We were shocked to learn of Jackson Rohm’s loss. He was a fantastic entertainer and a resident of Jamestown. He was a wonderful person, and he had a knack of making everyone feel like a friend. praying for his wife and their baby boy. Awaken in peace.”

A well-known singer and acoustic guitarist from Rosemary Beach, Florida, Jackson Rohm is the CEO of Jackson Rohm Music. He graduated from Southwestern High School in West Ellicott, New York, in 1989 and presently resides in Rosemary Beach, Florida.

He was born in Jamestown, New York, and attended Miami University after receiving a track scholarship there. Following that, he continued his studies in law at the University at Buffalo in New York. In October 2012, Jackson wed Theresa Rohm, the founder of Origins Learning Alliance. On October 3, 2016, the couple welcomed their lovely boy, now six years old.

Rohm’s first full-length CD, “Twisted & Misguided,” was launched in 2000 and was a smash hit. The next year, in 2001, he released “Sink or Swim,” his second CD. In 2003, when he launched “Red Light Fever,” Concrete Blondes’ “Joey” was covered by him. His entry into the country music genre was highlighted by the release of “Long Way From Moving On,” his fifth CD, in 2008.

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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