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Rusty's Memorial Fund
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Rusty Roseberry A much-loved husband, father, brother and uncle, Rustin “Rusty” Lee Roseberry, 58,  of Milliken, Colorado, passed away peacefully at his son's home February 10, 2014.  He was born August  1, 1955 in San Diego, California, to ...

Rusty Roseberry

A much-loved husband, father, brother and uncle, Rustin “Rusty” Lee Roseberry, 58,  of Milliken, Colorado, passed away peacefully at his son's home February 10, 2014.  He was born August  1, 1955 in San Diego, California, to Buddy Lee and Shirley Rose (Stotler) Roseberry, the eldest of three children.

After attending the University of Montana he joined the US Navy at age 20 in San Diego.  He was stationed on the USS Point Defiance (LSD-31) and honorably discharged in December 1979.

Rusty was married for 25 years to Myrna (Miller) and had two sons Josh (26) and Tyler (19).  As an employee of Home Depot, Rusty moved his family from California to Washington before finally settling in Colorado for the past 18 years.

Rusty had a generous heart and loved every person he met. He was a very likeable guy, a man you just wanted to get to know. He was very passionate about singing and sang in a variety of choirs, including the Montana All State Choir where he sang in many cathedrals of Europe, including the Sistine Chapel.  Rusty was a gifted artist as well, painting landscapes from the beautiful vistas he encountered in Colorado and abroad.  He also started his own business selling his work at trade shows and in Estes Park.  Rusty was actively involved in the music and drama ministry at his church where he also received much love and support during a long illness.

He is preceded in death by his parents and is survived by his two sons Josh Roseberry, Tyler Roseberry, his two sisters Diana Bolton and Julie Fesenmeyer and many nieces and nephews that he loved and who were a big part of his life for many years. Rusty will be greatly missed by everyone that had the pleasure of knowing him. He will always be in our hearts and we praise God that he is in heaven.  

A celebration of life service will be held at 11:00 AM Monday, February 17, 2014, at Grace Church, with Tom Beaman officiating.  A reception will follow.

  In lieu of flowers, a Memorial Fund has been established,fund will help support his service cost and any extra funds will go towards his son Tyler's education. He also would have wanted funds to go to the Humane Society as his love for animals was great. He would also like to see funds go towards his church to help others pay for services when thier loved ones pass on. That's who he was always paying it forward and caring for others in need. He would be so gratefull for your gift.

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