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October 24, 1942 – March 10, 2019

Roger Allen Weege, age 76, of rural Montrose passed away on Sunday, March 10th, 2019 at his residence.

He was born on October 24, 1942 in Buffalo the son of Edwin and Virginia (Batdorf) Weege.

Roger graduated from Buffalo High School in 1960.

On November 14, 1964, Roger A. Weege and Deloria I. Goeb were joined in holy marriage at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Buffalo.  God blessed their marriage with four children.

Through the years, Roger’s places of employment were: International Paper Company, Mattson Bus Garage, Walmart, Zion Lutheran Church and other various jobs.

He was a faithful member of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Buffalo and was formerly a head usher. Roger also belonged to the Knights of Columbus Council # 6608.

He enjoyed fishing with his brother, hanging out with the neighbors and his brother in his garage, playing with his great grandchildren and singing “You are my sunshine”.

Survived by his loving wife: Deloria; children: Lisa Nordling, Betty (Jon) LaRoque, Jim (RoxAnne) Weege and Scott Weege and significant other Jodi; eight grandchildren: Travis (Tricia) Nordling, Zach (Shanna) Nordling, Chelsie Weege, Brad Weege, Josh Weege, Ashley LaRoque, Caitlin Weege and Walker Weege; five great grandchildren; siblings: Kenny (Bonnie) Weege, Larry (Karen) Weege, Sandy (Gerhardt) Kottke, Barb (Dave) Yeager, Pat Weege, Darvin (Darcee) Weege and Robin Kolterman; many other relatives and friends.

Preceded in death by his parents and by a sister Cheryl Morrissette.

A Mass of Christian Burial for Roger Weege will be held on Friday, March 15th at 11:00 A.M. at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Buffalo.  Interment St. Francis Cemetery.

A visitation will be held AT THE CHURCH on Friday, March 15th from 9:00 A.M. to time of Mass.

Honorary Casket Bearers will be Chelsie Weege, Caitlin Weege, Ashley LaRoque, Mitch Weege and Jeff Weege.

Casket Bearers Travis Nordling, Zach Nordling, Brad Weege, Josh Weege, Walker Weege and Bret Yeager.




8 Guestbook Entries

  1. Duane Nordling

    Roger was a great guy that always made everyone laugh. I was lucky to have such a quality person for a father-in-law. He will be cherished and deeply missed. RIP Grandpa weed

  2. Valerie Zander

    Roger, King of laughter! Some people make the load lighter, just by being part of it, he was one of those people. I so enjoyed working with Roger! Sorry for your loss! You are missed!

  3. Nicole Dupont

    Growing up, uncle Roger had always sung ‘you are my sunshine’ to me when he saw me. I never knew how much that would mean to me until I got older. He always knew how to make someone feel special. He came to our house a lot to visit and, if we were in the middle of building a garage or something, he would even help out no matter what it was. My dad (Brian) always tells stories about fishing with Roger and my grandpa. It always made me laugh and smile. And, anyone that has ever heard his infectious laugh, will never forget it! He was always a ray of sunshine! I love you uncle Roger!


    Our deepest condolences to your family.

    Rebecca Rassatt – Dye and family.

  5. Jana Endres

    I am so sorry to hear of Roger’s passing. I would see him often in church and he was always willing to fill in if we needed an usher. He will certainly be missed. God Bless.

  6. Ron

    Very glad I was brother in-law to Roger. He had a very welcoming smile. He was filled with joy and laughter. May God’s healing grace be with Roger’s family.

  7. Janell Falde

    We are so very sorry to hear of Cousin Roger’s passing.
    Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss…our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

    With heartfelt condolences to your family,
    Ron and Janell Falde
    Fountain Hills, AZ

  8. Janet (Zimmerman) Baker

    Deepest sympathies to you and your family.


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