Steven M. Rogne passed away at the age of 64 on Sunday, August 19, 2018. Steve was born on March 13, 1954 in Fargo, ND to Kenneth & Ellen Rogne. In 1977, he married Kristine M. Johnson of Fargo. Together they had 3 daughters. In 1994, he married Vicky Nelson of Fargo. Steve is remembered by his ability to brighten a room with his laughter. He took pride in being an excellent joke teller and a master of games. His love of jokes lives on through his children and grandchildren. Steve is survived by his daughters: Carly (Dion) Cox; Lissa (Shane) Olsen; Amy (Hudi) Kobrinsky. Grandchildren: Jarren, Nya, Eli; Devyn, Tanner, Cooper; Asher, Simon, Oliver. Sisters: Linda Whitford, Peggy (Mark) Samuels and their children. Steve is proceeded in death by his parents and brother in-law, Rodger Whitford. Celebration of Life to be held on Sunday, August 26, 2018 from 3-6pm at the Sanctuary Events Center located at 670 4th Avenue North Fargo.

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  1. Dads hold a special place in the ❤️❤️❤️s of his daughters. Continued prayers to lift you up.

  2. Had some fantastic times with Steve & Kris in our early years. May you Rest In Peace my friend. ❤️& hugs to all the family & friends that knew Steve.

  3. It is very sad to see someone who was loved by so many and as special as Steven pass away. My deepest condolences to his family, I would like to share a scripture that has helped many whom are suffering. Psalms 34:18 promises “Jehovah is close to the broken-hearted, he saves those who are crushed in spirit” during this time God will not leave your side, look to him for support and he will comfort. Sincerely,

  4. Dear Linda, so sad to read that your brother passed away. You & your family have lived with much grief these past 8 months. Our prayers are with you all. Take care. Mark Weed

  5. Thanks for all the great times at the VFW Post 762. I will always think we can shoot one more pool game, and have one more drink. RIP my friend.
    Sincerely, Andy

  6. Sorry to hear about steve. I’m going to miss him. Thoughts and prayers to Kris and the girls.

    Love you guys

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