Rosie Weber

rosie weber
Rosie Mae (Dollinger) Weber, 81, passed away Wednesday, March 16th, 2022 at Sanford Medical Center, Fargo, North Dakota. Rosie was born on April 19, 1940 in rural Fredonia, North Dakota to Gottlieb G. and Emma (Blumhardt) Dollinger. Her family would later move to Ashley. Rosie graduated from Ashley High School in 1958 and then traveled the United States as a sales representative for Hardell Publishing and Advertising Company, New York. She returned to North Dakota and married Douglas D. Weber on August 25, 1961. Rosie attended Nurses’ Training at Devil’s Lake and was an LPN for various hospitals and nursing homes, including the Strasburg Care Center at Strasberg, North Dakota. In 1974, Rosie joined the United States Army Reserve and later the North Dakota Army National Guard, attaining the rank of Sergeant First Class (SFC). She ran various medical platoons as well as the Troop Medical Clinic during annual Trainings at Camp Gilbert C. Grafton, Devils Lake. Rosie was a proud veteran and enjoyed sharing stories of her many service-related travels and adventures. She was medically discharged in 1992 and would until her death receive medical care from Fargo VA Health Care System. Rosie raised her family in Napoleon where she was employed by Dr. E.H. Goodman as well as by the Logan County Home for the Aged where she was the Director of Nursing. Rosie would later own and operate several businesses in Napoleon including Prairie Rose Dry Cleaning and Prairie Rose Enterprises. She particularly enjoyed opening her home, The House of 1904 Bed and Breakfast, to travelers, hunters, wedding parties, and friends. Rosie was a very hard worker and did not shy away from a new challenge or opportunity. She was outspoken, tenacious, and was one-of-a-kind. In 2008, Rosie retired to Cohasset, Minnesota where she began the remodeling project of her red log cabin at the public landing on Sugar Lake. She loved the natural environment and the daily wildlife sightings in her yard. Rosie often said that Sugar Lake was her favorite place to be, and she was sad to leave it behind when she would move to Moorhead, Minnesota in 2016 to be closer to the VA and medical care. Rosie is survived by two sons, Beau (Kari) Weber, New London, Minnesota and by Shawn Weber; grandchildren, Jack & Samuel Weber and Seth & Isabel Weber; 1 great granddaughter; and 1 sister, Violet Rott of Aberdeen, South Dakota. Rosie was preceded in death by her parents, 2 sisters, 3 brothers in-law, 1 infant brother, and her former husband. Cremation has taken place and a private family memorial will occur at a later date. Boulger Funeral Home of Fargo, North Dakota in charge of arrangements. Final resting place will be at the Ashley City Cemetery, Ashley, North Dakota.

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  1. We are so sorry to hear of Rosie’s passing. When she moved in next door we will never forget her excitement when she noticed that there is a LOT of water fowl roaming our backyards. She thought she would have to give that up moving to town, but it was not the case. In fact, she was so excited to learn this she promptly went into the house and brought out Lucky Charms to feed the wandering ducks. Rosie was always quick to tell stories of her adventures in the service and was never one to shy away from speaking her mind. She was one of a kind. Rest well, Rosie.

  2. Beau, Kari, Jack and Sam-you and all of Rosie’s loved ones are in our thoughts during this difficult time. Love to you all.

  3. I’m so sorry to hear about Rosie’s passing. My deepest condolences to Rosie’s family. I always enjoyed having a couple of cold beers with Rosie listening to her tell her stories. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. RIP Rosie.

  4. It’s been two years now without you. Everyday I think about you, and us; and all of us. It’s only me now. I remember you, and us. I miss all of you! It’s only me now. Rest, Mama. Rest.

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