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Rohn Anderson Engh

Osceola, Wis.–Rohn Anderson Engh of Osceola, Wis., 84, passed away on Monday Aug. 4, 2014, at the VA Medical Center in Minneapolis, with his family by his side. He died of a sudden infection causing severe pneumonia and complications.
Rohn was born Oct. 13, 1929, in Johnstown, Pa. He was preceded in death by parents, Lynn Anderson Engh and Rosalma Harrigan, affectionately known as “Coolie” and “Muzzie,” and brothers, Denis Anderson and Lynn Michael. Jeri Sullivan Engh, his wife and fellow adventurer for 54 years, survive him; as well as sons, Dan L. of Waukesha, Wis. and James of Grand Rapids, Wis.; sisters, Dona Yates of Iron River, Mich., Mary Joel Davis of Baltimore, brother Fred of Palm Beach, Fla. and 16 nieces and nephews.
Rohn Engh grew up in Ocean City, graduated from Buckingham High School, Berlin, Mercersburg Academy, PA and the Maryland Institute College of Art. After service in the U.S. Army Counter Intelligence Corps in Germany, Rohn’s sense of adventure led him across Europe, the Sahara and down the Niger River.
Jeri read about him in the Saturday Evening Post, they met, and she joined up as trip journalist on his next adventure in Central America. On Jan. 23, 1960 Rohn married Jeri and they settled in Wisconsin to raise a family.
Rohn Engh was an artist painter, illustrator and later became a photographer. founder of PhotoSource International, publisher of PhotoStockNotes, director of Photo Daily and PhotoSourceBank, organizations that help photographers match their photos with photo buyers. He is the author of “Sell & ReSell Your Photos” considered the premiere desktop guide on marketing principles for the stock photographer. He has also authored the book “,” numerous other books and articles, and given seminars nationwide and was featured in Time Magazine.
Engh was among the very first, in 1983, to use online services to deliver his photo market newsletters and services. Director of 12 blogs and on Twitter Rohn was ahead of the times.
Engh lived on an 80-acre Wisconsin farm with his wife, Jeri, a writer whose articles have appeared in Reader’s Digest and Saturday Review.
The family requests that you honor Rohn according to your wishes and your faith and tradition.