Rose Senger

Rose Senger

Rose SengerRosula “Rose” M. Senger, age 92 of Redwood Falls, formerly of Clements, passed away Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at Valley View Manor in Lamberton.  Private family services will be held.  Burial will be in St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery in Clements. Stephens Funeral Service – Redwood Valley Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.

Rosula Marie Senger was born March 20, 1927 to Frank and Catherine (Weber) Braunger in Lake Henry, Minnesota.  She attended school for one year in Lake Henry.  Rose’s dad passed away and her mother moved to Morgan.  She had three brothers and six sisters.  Rose attended school at St. Michael’s in Morgan.  On April 8, 1947 she married William Senger in Morgan.  To this marriage five children were born: Becky, Dean, Pat, Mark, and Joleen.  They lived on the Senger farm until retiring and then moved to Redwood Falls.  Rose moved to Valley View Manor in 2009.

Rose is survived by son Dean Senger of Redwood Falls and daughters: Pat (Gary) Ellingson of Maple Grove and Joleen (Duane) Erickson of Lamberton; grandchildren: Dawn Minke, Cory Ellingson, Amber Bergemann, Chris Ellingson, and Lucas Erickson; great grandchildren: Mariah Minke, Willie Kerich, Braiden Davis, Harper, Asher, and Alayna Erickson, Cameron Bergemann, Avery and Croix Ellingson.  She is also survived by her sister Rita Steffensmeier, brother Francis Braunger, sister-in-law Dolores Braunger, and brother-in-law Dick O’Callaghan.  Rose is preceded in death by her parents, husband Bill, daughter Becky Wadsworth, son Mark, granddaughter Amanda Erickson and baby girl Ellingson, son-in-law Larry Wadsworth, sisters Sr. Vivian, Sylvia Iffert, Dorothy O’Callaghan, Anna Walter, and Florence Kerkhoff, and brothers Eugene and Linus.  She will be honored with a private family memorial service.

6 thoughts on “Rose Senger”

  1. Betty Wilhelmi

    I always remember Rosie, she is one of the kindest ladies and always had that wonderful smile whenever you would see her. We were so lucky to have her as a neighbor growing up. You have my sympathy, always hard to lose your mom.

  2. Teresa Wenisch

    Rosie was such a delight to know and “love”. She always had that wonderful smile to greet you. I felt so honored to be able to bring her communion. On my last visit she could no longer receive communion but I prayed with her and I truly believe she heard as she would rustle a little. I will truly miss her. My deepest sympathy to all of you and your families.

  3. Dean, Pat, Joleen and families: I am with you during a most difficult time; keep the memories of your mother alive and she’ll remain with you always! Love, Cousin Barb

  4. MaryKay Kerkhoff

    My Deepest Sympathy to All!!
    Loved Rosie to pieces! When she lived in RWF she’d stop in wherever I was working at the time & see how I was doing then we’d visit awhile.
    Mom always said; Rosie was like a sister to her.
    Great times & memories!


  5. Grace (Walter) Dunkley and all the Walter siblings

    Rosie was such a kind, generous, and wonderful neighbor to us as we grew up on the farm. She and our Mom, MaryAnn, were such good friends. Now they can visit together again in heaven. Our sincere sympathy to you all in this time of loss.

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