Jeffrey Andrew Rorye

Jeffrey Andrew Rorye, 46 of Kitchener, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, August 23, 2022. He was born in Toronto, the son of Henry and Nancy Hallett Rorye. He was visiting Central, Florida at the time of his passing. Jeffrey was a Data Analyst, and one of Walt Disney World’s biggest fans.

Jeffrey is survived by his loving wife of 22 years, Jennifer Rorye of Kitchener; his greatest and proudest accomplishment in life is his daughter: Piper Rorye of Kitchener; his sisters: Heather Sham and her husband Raymond of Richmond Hill, Deborah Zathureczky and her husband Michael of Mississauga; his parents: Nancy and Henry Rorye of Scarboro.

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