Ernst, Rolf M.


Rolf Ernst, 51, of Plano, Texas, died October 21, 2011, at his home.

Rolf was born April 15, 1960, in Germany to Rudolf and Hnnelore Bieber Ernst. He worked as a software engineer.

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18 replies on “Ernst, Rolf M.”

Marcus McDaniel says:
Paul Hinkley says:
Chris Malone says:

I want to offer my deepest condolences to Terry and the entire Ernst family. Rolf was a great person and software developer here at CA. I had the opportunity to work with him on a special project and enjoyed his since of humor. My prayers and sympathies go out to his family and friends. We will all miss him very much.

Jo Biagioli says:

My most sincerest condolences on your loss. My years of working with Rolf at Boole & Babbage and BMC will be fondly remembered.

Jo Biagioli

Jennifer Mott says:

I’m so sorry to hear of Rolf’s passing. I worked with him many years ago at Boole & Babbage, later BMC. I’ll remember his wry sense of humor. My condolences to his loved ones.

Rainer Liebold says:

I worked quite a few years together with Rolf in Dusseldorf and in Sunnyvale at Boole & Babbage.

I am vey sad that he passed away.

Ed Williams says:

Dear Terry:

I am very sorry for your loss. Rolf was a brillant developer and although I only met you at Boole & Babbage dinners he did seem to be a loving husband. I wish you the best and I hope you can survive this tragedy and go on and have a wondeful life.

Ed Williams

Joy Kelley says:

I am so sad for you Terry. I will always remember you two together back in the Boole days. Rolf was one of the smartest people I have ever known. You and your son are in my prayers.

Tim Constien says:

I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember the first presentation at BBUG that I met Rolf. He was a brillant developer with a great sense of humor.

Greg Camarillo says:

My condolences to the Ernst family. I worked with Rolf for several years and we both presented at a DFW IMS User Group meeting. We had some good laughs as well as interesting conversations. May you rest in peace my friend. -Greg

Melanie and Lonnie Schuchart says:

So sorry to hear about Rolf. Having worked with both of you at Boole & Babbage and Candle, I have many found memories. I still remember seeing both of you in the Plano Hospital when we both had our first child over 21 years ago. Lonnie and I will keep you both in our prayers.

Mike Shaffer says:

I will miss you buddy, be at peace!

Andrea Sweetman says:

Rolf was a bigger than life person and always offered his honest opinions and kept conversations interesting and fun. I worked with him for several years and know that he loved his family and he will be missed. My prayers are with you.

TJ Johnson says:

My heart sank when I read about this Teri. Life is so precious. I wish the best for you and your family. You are in my prayers.

Michael Weintraub says:

I met Rolf in D

Feli says:

I have met Rolf @ BMC in Houston. Giving a training on AO and TOM this week, I was thinking and remembering my meetings with Rolf.

Sabina Hemmling - Wizman says:

Words seem inadequate to express the sadness I feel about Rolf’s death. We were so young when we first met in 86. I know him as a visionare & dreamer. May your heart and soul find peace and comfort.

Please accept my heartfelt sympathy on the passing of your husband,father, brother and son.

Crystal Ferguson says:

Teri, I just heard and I am so very sorry for your loss.

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