Rodney Trittschuh Obituary, Death – On 7/23/23, Rodney J. Trittschuh, 63, of San Antonio, Texas, unexpectedly died away. He was born in Greenville, Ohio, on December 17, 1959, and raised in Phillipsburg, Ohio. He obtained his Autobody Frame & Tech certificate from Northmont & Montgomery County Joint Vocational School in 1979. Rodney spent the most of his adult life there. He spent over 20 years working at Bracken Collision.
Rodney has constructed and repaired many different automobiles throughout the years, but his most renowned restoration was on a coupe for the music group ZZ Top. Rodney had recently constructed a bespoke motorcycle and was also renovating his dream automobile, a 1955 Nomad. Rodney enjoyed hanging out and keeping up with his family and friends. You always knew where he was if there was a game, race, or derby since he enjoyed them all and was always willing to wager on the outcome! He cherished following “his” Ohio teams and watching football.
If you were playing pool, you had best be on his team because he was going to run the table. He was a bit of a pool shark. We shall treasure our memories of you and preserve you in our hearts always. The brothers of Rodney are Jack (Julie) Dancer of Brookville, Ohio. Englewood, Ohio native Jim (Neva) Dancer. Sisters: Tonya (Marvin) Gardner of Englewood, Ohio; Judy Minton of Union, Ohio; Robin Cramer of Richmond, Indiana; Melissa Wallace of Richmond, Indiana; Gina Tesch of Richland, North Carolina.
Numerous pals, aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews. Howard and Helen Dancer’s parents, sister Diane Brown, and brothers Terry, Toby, and Scott Dancer all predeceased him. In honor of the most devoted, great brother and unmistakable, diligent, kind, smart, chill, hilarious, creative, easygoing, life of the party, we cordially welcome you to share memories, laugh, and smile. On Saturday, September 16, from 4 to 8 p.m., UNCLE Ohio’s Hoffman Global Methodist Church is located at 201 S. Main Street in Milton.