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Rosi Krueger

March 12, 1954 - July 23, 2011

Gathering:

5-7:00 P.M. Thursday, July 28 at Nativity Catholic Church, Fargo.

1-2:00 P.M. Friday, July 29 at Nativity Catholic Church, Fargo.

Prayer Service:

7:00 P.M. Thursday, July 28 at Nativity Catholic Church, Fargo.

Funeral Service:

Funeral Mass: 2:00 P.M. Friday, July 29 at Nativity Catholic Church, Fargo.

Burial:

Holy Cross Cemetery North, Fargo.

Arrangements:

Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Rosi Krueger

March 12, 1954 - July 23, 2011

Obituary

Rosaleta “Rosi” Krueger, 57 and  Dwile E. Krueger, 56, Hebron, ND  formerly  Fargo, ND died in their home Saturday, July 23, 2011.

Rosi graduated from Shanley High School in Fargo in 1972.  Rosi attended NDSU where she was on the Dean’s list.  Rosi enjoyed being involved in activities while attending NDSU such as being a member of the Bison PomPom Team and even winning the title of snow princess.   She graduated from NDSU on May 27, 1977 with a Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in Home Economics and Child Development Family Relations with a minor in Sociology. 

Dwile graduated from Hebron High School in 1973.  Dwile attended NDSU where he was an honor student.  While he attended NDSU Dwile worked for Archie’s in Dilworth.  He graduated from NDSU on November 22, 1977 with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture.

Rosi and Dwile loved to dance even winning a dance contest while they attended NDSU.  Rosi and Dwile were married May 5, 1979 at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Dickinson, ND.

Rosi’s greatest joy was her children and grandchildren.  She was known for her warm and beautiful smile, wonderful cooking, her loving way with animals, and being a gifted artisan and interior designer.  Rosi enjoyed her visits to the botanical gardens.

Dwile loved agriculture, cars, and collecting coins.  He loved spending time with his children and grandchildren.  He was known for his funny sense of humor.

Rosi and Dwile were proud supporters of NDSU both as Bison fans and Bison Teammaker supporters.  Their love of animals and nature was evident in their garden and in the champion bloodline dogs they bred.  They had many careers including realtors for SK Realty in West Fargo, ND and Kukulski Realty in Dickinson, ND, as well as belonging to the Million Dollar Realtors Club; retail store owners of White Lace and Promises, The Uniform Corner both in Dickinson, and in Bismarck they owned and operated a gift shop and wedding store, The Gingersnap Station; art and craft artisans that designed, built and sold a variety of crafts for street fairs.  Their latest endeavor was professional champion bloodline dog breeders (www.goldenlightninglabs.com), which lead them into the path of internet entrepreneurship.  They truly loved marketing to the public.  They lived by the motto:  “To live life in our way, to be the persons we were meant to be, to do what we LOVE and LOVE what we do, that is our meaning of SUCCESS.”

They are survived by three children, Chandler Krueger (Kayla Sorenson), Hebron, ND, Remington Krueger (Alyssa Miller), Fargo, ND and Karissa Krueger (Tanner Zillich), Taylor, ND; and grandchildren, Chloe and Quinton.

Dwile is survived by his father, Ervin Krueger, Glen Ullin, ND and a sister, Marilyn (Adolph) Kiesse, Taylor, ND.

Rosi is survived by four sisters and two brothers; Rhoda Thiel, Mandan, ND, Rhonda (Kirk) Miller, Fargo, ND, Randolph (Kirsten) Clouse, Elk  River, MN, Ramona (Rick) Engel, Fargo, ND,  Rodney (Tracy) Clouse, Argusville, ND  and  Robin (Mark) Steenson, Hillsboro, ND.

Preceded in death by Dwile’s mother, Emma (Ding) Krueger; Rosi’s parents, Raymond M. and Rose Ann (Schott) Clouse.

Rosi loved the following quote:  “When you look back upon your life, you will find that the moments when you have really lived, are the moments when you have done things…in the spirit of love.” 

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16 responses to “Rosi Krueger”

  1. MaryKayWohnoutka(middleton) says:

    Cottage Grove, Mn.Rosi was my first cousin. I had not seen her in years, but I knew she was a loving , caring mom. My deepest sympathy to the children, sisters and brothers and to the Krueger family.

    Dale & Mary Kay (Middleton)Wohnoutka

  2. Hilma Dunn says:

    Rock Springs WyPlease accept my condolences. Your mother must have been a lovely lady. God never cloese a door without opening a window,it’s, it’s just sometimes he forgets to take the screen out. Please, kids, if thereis anything I can do…. Sincerely, Hilma Dunn

  3. Dale, Tina, Keegan, Amity Lantz says:

    Chandler, Remington, Karissa:
    Your old neighborhood at 2nd Ave SE, Dickinson is saddened and shocked by the death of your parents. It has been a number of years since you moved – but we have many happy memories of your family. After you moved, we managed to catch up on family and neighborhood news when we would run into each other at craft shows, getting vehicles repaired or generally shopping. We have several items we purchased decorating rooms in our home. Your parents were so proud of each of you and always had much to share over the years. We cannot always understand some of the things He throws in our life’s path – but we pray that each of you will find strength and peace in His daily presence. If there is ever anything we can do for you – please do not hesitate to let us know.

  4. David & Kathy Klitzke says:

    Lester Prairie MN
    55354Our prayers and thoughts are with all of the Clouse & Krueger families at this time. Rosi was one of my first cousins. My mother is Kate Moldestad, Your dads sister. We were unable to attend the funeral Friday, but we wanted to extend our sympathy. Life is so precious, we need to remember to embrace everything we are given. We pray that your hearts heal quickly and you find peace in your lives.

    With love and sympathy,
    David & Kathy (Moldestad) Klitzke

  5. Emily Dakken says:

    Hebron ND
    Chandler, Rem & Karissa –
    Just want you to know we’re thinking of you in the tremendous loss your family has suffered. They were always friendly and kind each time I saw them – from way back when I babysat you guys until recently when I’d see them in passing. usually Rosi walking by. Many thoughts and prayers are coming your way.

  6. Joseph & Diane Wanner says:

    Hebron, ND
    You will be in our thoughts and prayers. May you find comfort and peace during this difficult time.

  7. Don, Deb, Nathan, Vanessa Wanner says:

    Hebron We are sorry for your loss, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Stay strong and God Bless.

    Karissa- If you need anything at all, let me know. I will always be here for you.-Vanessa

  8. Peggy Thomas O'Brien says:

    Belfield ND

    Rosi and Dwile were two of the most genuine people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. They will be deeply missed. My prayers are with the family throughout this difficult time and beyond. May our loving Lord uphold you and comfort you today and always.

  9. Irene Wehri says:

    Hebron ND
    Our sincere sympathy to you, Chandler, Remington, and Karissa. May God watch over you during this tough time. Will be remembering you in our thoughts and prayers.

  10. Darin, Deanne, Jarret & Jacob Naumann says:

    Taylor ND
    Our deepest sympathy to the Krueger family during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  11. Nancy McNamara Zambrana says:

    Palmdale CaliforniaI am so deeply sorry for the loss of your Mother, Sister, Grandmother and Aunt. Rosi was my cousin and although we haven’t seen each other in years, I will always remember that beautiful smile.
    She was a very special person, like her Mother before her.
    May God Bless her and keep her always.
    My prayers are with you, her family.
    Much love,
    Nancy McNamara Zambrana & Family

  12. Brenda Osendorf says:

    Bowman ND
    We met Rosi and Dwile almost 3 years ago when we purchased our dog, Duke, from them. Although we didn’t know them well we knew from talking with them and seeing them work with their dogs, that they were very caring people.
    We are thinking of your family often and hope you can get some answers and healing in time.
    This is such a shocking and tragic event. We are so sorry for your loss.

  13. Jodie Woroniecki & Family says:

    Hebron ND
    Dear Krueger Family…my heart breaks for you all. I became friends with your family after you all moved back to Hebron. With Rem in Jordan’s class and Karissa in Adam’s we crossed paths and had many great conversations at the many school events sitting in the stands and Rosi and I chaperoned field trips several times together. I counted your parents as some of my BEST acquaintances and considered them friends. They will be missed so deeply in the community. Be strong and know that many people care about you. Rem and Karissa if you ever need anything that we can do for you, do not hesitate to contact us or Jordan or Adam.

  14. Brenda Heidecker says:

    Dickinson ND
    You will be missed. Thank you for selling me my wedding dress 25 years ago. The bond we had ever since was for life. I will miss your smiling face when ever we met.

  15. Trista Dakken says:

    Hebron ND
    To all of the Krueger Family,
    we are so sorry for your loss and your family has been and will continue to be in our prayers. Rosi always had a smile and looked beautiful. I know she will be missed.

  16. Lydia Kinneberg says:

    McVille ND
    Karissa,
    I am so terribly sorry about this event happening in your life. I will be praying and thinking of you constantly and I know many others will also be doing the same. Stay strong Karissa. If you ever need anything just let me know, we all care deeply about you. I send my sympathies to all of your family.

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