Roger's Live Streamed Funeral Mass can be viewed using the below link prior to the service: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4YrPwQFYBVlsLp55v2vHsw/live Roger Loberg joyfully joined his heavenly family and friends on Wednesday, November 25, 2020. Dad’s wish was fulfilled, “dying in his home surrounded by family”, following several years of battling congestive heart failure and Parkinson’s Disease. Roger Leon Loberg was born on May 6, 1937, to Orville and Helen (Otterson) Loberg at their home in McLeod, ND. Dad enjoyed his childhood in the Golden Ridge neighborhood of Fargo, ND. He graduated from Fargo Central HS in 1955, initially joining the Navy reserves and then joining the U.S. Army (active duty). After discharge in 1959, he worked construction on the North Dakota missile bases until 1965. Roger danced his way into marriage with Sandra Willits on February 27, 1965, at St Mary’s Cathedral. Together they were the parents of 5 children, starting their family in Moline, Illinois, until 1973 when truck driving hauled them back to the Fargo community. Dad drove truck for Consolidated Freightways for 31 years. He was a proud Teamster who served on their board. He was a member of the American Legion as well as the Knights of Columbus. Following retirement, he remained active in the community, particularly with his volunteer interests. Dad was a keen dancer who loved to “cut the rug” with Mom. His family and friends enjoyed watching the pair waltz and polka across the room, although their jitterbug skills were the best. Dad was never at a loss for words and everyone was his friend. We should all be so blessed. Roger was preceded in death by his parents, Orville and Helen Loberg, brother Robert (Bob) and wife Pauline, brother Harold, and an infant daughter, Sharon. He is survived by his wife, Sandra and their 4 children: Deanna (Brent) Wierima of West Fargo, ND; Renee (Larry) Lacher of Prescott, AZ; Gary (Kristi) Loberg of Fargo, ND and Nancy (Michael) Cline of Graniteville, SC.; his beloved sister, Eileen (Dave) Estee of Onalaska, WI; his grandchildren: Sharilynn, Sheyenne, Dylan (aka Savanna), Payton, Jake, Luke, Kataya and Anton; great-grandchildren; Taliah, Holden, Kaiden and Landry; and numerous nieces and nephews. Due to the pandemic a private Funeral Mass of Christian Celebration will be held on Tuesday, December 1st at 11 a.m. at Holy Spirit Catholic Church. There will be a live viewing and guestbook at www. boulgerfuneralhome.com. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to Hospice of the Red River Valley or St. Mary’s Cathedral Food Pantry.

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  1. So sorry to about Roger’s passing. We ( deceased husband, John or Jack, go back a long way. Had lots of fun i those days. Lost track for quite a while but I reconnected with him as he would play cards at the Valley Senior Center where I was employed. Sincere sympathy to you, Sandra, and family. Sharon Fritz.

  2. I saw Roger when I was a courier for Fedex. I would run into him at places when he was delivering to the same place. He was always so friendly and talkative. Really enjoyed seeing him on my route. Good memories.

  3. Our condolences to Sandra and family. Roger always had time to visit about his family and friends. Was a special friend of the Teamsters and his faith community. Prayers
    Mike & Darlene Wolf
    Mesa Az

  4. So sorry for the loss of your dear father and grandfather. Give my sincere condolences to your mother and all the family members. He looks like a very wonderful man. May the Heavenly Father comfort you as you grieve✝️🙏❤️
    God Bless

  5. Our sincere condolences go out to the entire Loberg family. Roger was always a kind man and happy to say hello. May your many wonderful memories bring you comfort at this time.

  6. Roger will be greatly missed. He was a kind hearted man who always had a welcoming smile on his face. Who will be missed dearly.

  7. We are so sorry to hear of Roger’s passing. He was a wonderful friend. We loved playing cards with him and Sandra and of course, laughing! Stan & Carol Andvik

  8. I am so sorry, Sandra…..no matter the circumstances it is tough to lose your spouse. Roger was such a nice guy…I didn’t know him well, but he was always pleasant, with his great smile, whenever we would meet. I know the past few years were hard for him, and am happy that he is finally at rest, with no more pain. May your good memories help you at this sad time!
    Love, Kathy

  9. I’m so sorry to hear of Roger’s passing. My deepest condolences to Roger’s family and friends. I was a fellow Teamster and saw Roger many times at various places while we were making deliveries around the Fargo Moorhead area. I’ll have you in my thoughts and prayers. Take care and God Bless. RIP Roger.

  10. Roger always had a smile when he delivered freight to us at the Air Guard. Always looked forward to his deliveries.. My sincere condolences to the family. He will be greatly missed.

  11. Always enjoyed visiting Roger at Memorial Day services at McLeod. He truly was a great person, Rest In Peace Roger.

  12. To Sandy and family. My thoughts and 🙏🙏🙏 are with you at this time.

    You may not remember me but I’m sure you remember my Mom and Dad. They were Arland and Elsie Olson.

    I think Roger went to visit my Dad a couple of times when he lived at the cooperative living center in West Fargo. I know that Dad enjoyed his visits.

  13. My thoughts and prayers go out to Roger’s family and friends. I will remember him fondly. May you find comfort during this difficult time. Matthew 5:4
    Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted.

  14. Dear Sandra and family,
    Please accept our sympathy and prayers on the death of your husband, dad and grandad, Roger. May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, rest in peace.
    Roger and Mary Sayler and family

  15. Roger and Bob’s friendship go way back to high school days. We enjoyed playing cards with Roger and Sandra after we moved back to Fargo. Sandra always made pecan pie which I have been missing lately. Roger has always been there for us when help was needed. A great friend indeed.
    Was great talking to him on facetime his last few days and gave him our love. RIP Roger.
    Bob and Carol Schmitz

  16. Our love and prayers to you, Sandra, and to your family. May God bless you richly in this difficult time.

  17. My sincere condolences go out to you Sandy and your family . I remember well the wedding back in 1965, as I was part of the bridal party, oh for the memories. Be well and be safe.

  18. We are saddened to learn of Roger’s passing. May Jesus embrace him! May God send you all healing graces during this difficult time.

  19. Our deepest sympathy to you Sandra and your children. You made us feel so welcome when we moved on to 23rd Ave., was a wonderful neighborhood and you were great neighbors!

  20. Our love and prayers go out to you, Sandra, and your entire family. You and Roger were wonderful neighbors for many, many years. We are grateful that our friendship has continued while seeing you at Holy Spirit and other times as well. While this is an extremely challenging time for all of you, we are grateful that Roger is released and beginning his long-awaited for eternal life! May he rest in the arms of God whom he loved so much and may the Lord surround you with His peace and courage. We love you!

  21. I will miss Roger, knew he was a good man from the minute I bet him. May he Rest In Peace and God Bless Sandra and the entire family!!!

  22. My deepest sympathy Sandra to you and your family. I will miss seeing him go by on his scooter. He was so proud of it

  23. We are so sorry to hear about Rogers passing. We have been thinking and praying for all of you!❤️🙏🏻

  24. My deepest sympathies Deanna. Praying for you and your family. May your special memories of your father help ease any sorrow that you are feeling right now.

  25. Rodger always had a smile and kind words for me.
    A life well lived and a blessing to all who knew him. Rest In Peace Rodger. Charles Klemz DDS

  26. We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Roger was a real gem and truly loved his family.
    Our condolences, Brenda and Terry Richert

  27. We were sad to hear of Roger’s passing. Only met Roger twice, met Sandra when we were in grade school and talked with her a few times throughout the years. We moved away so lost contact with Sandra and her husband Roger. We know this is a hard time adjusting to a loss of A wonderful husband of so many years. My God give the family strength to deal with such a great loss!

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