Jorhomy Rovero Obituary, Death – Jorhomy Rovero, John Andrew Schimmer’s wife has reportedly passed away unexpectedly leaving family and loved ones in agony and grief. Jorhomy spent many years working at Danfield Thread, during which time she developed relationships with a great many people who continue to play an important role in her life. During this time, Jorhomy also established relationships with a great many people who continue to work there. She was very involved in the communities of Winsted, Connecticut’s St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church, the Italian-American Women’s Club, and the McCarthy Senior Center.
All three of these organizations are located in Winsted, Connecticut. She looked forward to nothing more than getting together with the other people who stopped by the senior center where she worked and playing cards with them in her spare time. This was one of her favorite things to do. In her spare time, she enjoyed playing game shows and watching westerns on television. Baking and cooking, on the other hand, were the activities that brought her the most pleasure, much to the satisfaction of those who were familiar with her.
Her homemade pastas became famous, and her homemade soups, particularly her Minestrone, became famous and iconic in their own right. She is survived by her three sons and their wives, Anthony and Pam Rovero of Tucson, Arizona, Dominic and Rose Rovero of Torrington, Connecticut, and Michael and Linda Rovero of Torrington, Connecticut; grandsons David of Kent, Connecticut, Timothy of Torrington, Connecticut, Christopher of Miami, Florida, and Anthony and Dominic of Tucson, Arizona; granddaughter Janeen of Tucson, Arizona; honorary grandson Luis of Tucson, Arizona; and great-grandchildren Kirsten and Tyl. She passed away on September 19, 2007. Sadly, she did not outlive either of them.