Zion Lutheran Church in Buffalo, MN
Monday, April 15, 2013
AT THE FUNERALHOME IN BUFFALO
Sunday, April 14, 2013
Jay Robert Loberg, 63, of Anchorage, Alaska & formerly of Buffalo, passed away on April 8, 2013 in Alaska.
Jay was born in Buffalo, Minnesota on August 15, 1949, to Harold and Mina Loberg.
He graduated from Buffalo High School in 1967 and went on to graduate from the University of Minnesota in May of 1971 with a degree in Electrical Engineering.
He married Cheryl Schleif on September 5, 1970 at The Church of St. Thomas in Corcoran, Minnesota. God blessed their marriage with two sons, Jason and Matthew.
Jay started working at the family business, Loberg Plumbing and Heating, in 1964, eventually becoming an owner of the company. In 2009 he moved to Anchorage, Alaska, where he worked for Moore Heating. He thoroughly enjoyed his final years living in Alaska.
Jay was a man of many talents and hobbies. He enjoyed making stained glass pieces, woodworking, and making beer and wine. He was a member of the Buffalo Fire Department for twenty five years, including three years as fire chief. He had been an avid skier and was a ski patroller for fifteen years. He also loved scuba diving and fishing.
He is survived by his wife, Cheryl; sons, Jason and Matthew; grandchildren: Brooklyn, Makaia, Caden, Xander, Ashton, Andrew & Johnathan; his mother: Mina Loberg; a sister: Nancy Loberg, and brother, Brian (Judy) Loberg; and many nieces and nephews.
Jay was preceded in death by his father, Harold Loberg; brothers, Brad Loberg, Bruce Loberg, and Thomas Loberg; and grandson, Jack Loberg.
Funeral services for Jay Loberg will be held on Monday, April 15th at 11:00 A.M. at Zion Lutheran Church in Buffalo. Pastor Luke Schmidt will officiate.
Interment Lakeview Cemetery in Buffalo.
A visitation will be held on Sunday, April 14th from 6-9 P.M. at The Peterson Chapel in Buffalo. Further visitation will be held at the church on Monday one hour prior to services.
Casket Bearers will be Brian Loberg, Jed Loberg, John Harnois, Grant Bowman, Charles Hatcher and Byron Bonk.
The Peterson Chapel in Buffalo is serving the family. Online condolences may be made to www.thepetersonchapel.com