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Geoffrey “Alex” Roehm passed away unexpectedly from natural causes on December 5, 2018, in his home in Ellicott City, Maryland. Alex was 31 years old and a lifelong survivor of a childhood traumatic brain injury. He was employed by Wegmans in both Crofton and Columbia, MD and worked for them for the past 5 years. Alex loved singing and was a choir member of both the Annapolis and Ellicott City Unitarian churches. He also volunteered at the Howard County Food Bank and at Nantucket Elementary School.
Alex was pre-deceased by his father, George Roehm in 2016. He is survived by his stepfather, Michael Wilkens, his mother Julie Roehm and her partner Shellie Chambers. He also leaves behind his brother Jonathan, sister-in-law Kinsey, and nephew Ori. Lastly, he leaves his ever-faithful dog, Quinn.
Brain Injury Association of Marylalnd
2200 Kernan Drive, Baltimore MD 21286