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David W. Rosberg

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RANDOLPH — David W. Rosberg, 63, Randolph,died May 27, 2020, at Osmond General Hospital.

Limited visitation was Saturday at Brockhaus Funeral Home, Wausa.

Social distancing guidelines of 10 people or less in the building were followed. Graveside services were May 30 at

Graveside services were May 30 at Thabor Lutheran Cemetery, Wausa. Rev. Jerome Leckband officiated.

David was born Nov. 20, 1956, in Emmetsburg, Iowa, to Wayne and Doris Rosberg. He was baptized at Zion Lutheran Church, Ayrshire, Iowa. At the age of 1, he moved with his parents and older sister, Donna, to Wausa. David was confirmed at Golgotha Lutheran Church, at rural Wausa. He attended Wausa Public Schools, graduating in 1975. Following graduation, David began working at Nucor Steel Mill, Norfolk. He worked there for 35 years, retiring in 2010. He was very close to his Nucor family and always spoke fondly of those 35 years. David married Linda Splater is 1983. To this union two children were born, Janet and Dustin. They were later divorced.

David loved every moment spent with his children and especially loved being a grandpa. He was especially close to his mother, Doris, and they talked nearly every day.

David enjoyed his retirement very much and found joy in everything. He enjoyed spending time with his family and his yearly family reunions in Emmetsburg, Iowa. He was always willing to help anyone, and always found the good in everyone he met. He often said these last ten years were the best years of his life. He lived every day to the fullest, he loved so many so deeply, and was always positive and happy.

David was preceded in death by his father, Wayne Rosberg, in 1991; and his sister, Donna, in 2018.

David is survived by his children, Janet (Josh) Ebmeier, Pierce; Dustin (Jenny Wright), Randolph; Kim (Steve) Albrecht, Pierce; Scott Ahlmann, Randolph; Michelle (Chad) Merchant, Norfolk; Brian Splater, Superior; Jeff (Katie) Splater, Norfolk; and Natisha (Mark) Neibauer, Thornton, Colo.: 15 grandchildren; six greatgrandchildren; mother, Doris Rosberg, Wausa; brothers, Richard (Teresa) Rosberg, Plainview, and Danny Rosberg, Wausa; sister, Carol (Mike) Krueger, Norfolk; brother-in-law, Dan Young, Elkhorn; and many special cousins and extended family.

In lieu of flowers, David would be pleased for any memorials to be directed to the Randolph Fire and Ambulance Service.