THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Arlene J. Rosner
Issue Date: April 26, 2018
Arlene Jane (McClure) Rosner, 79, of Pound, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday evening, April 17 at The Cottages at MeadowLands in Oconto Falls.
Born Feb. 11, 1939, to the late David and Evelyn (Badora) McClure, she graduated from Coleman High School in 1957 and moved to Green Bay where she worked as a clerk in a Department Store. On Dec. 24, 1958, she married August Rosner and they farmed the Rosner family farm. In 1969, the couple was recognized as the Outstanding Young Farmer.
They raised seven children and taught them the value of a good name, hard work and respect for others. She will be remembered as a friendly, gracious, humble and kind woman who shared her life with others and was devoted to family. She loved her family and prayed for them often, remembered their birthdays, anniversaries and especially family Christmases and worked hard to make sure they were taken care of even if she went without.
She is survived by seven children, Barb (Tony) Sailer, Bev (Perry) Noffke, Jim Rosner, Darlene Hargus (fiancée Steve Brye) and Dan (Laurie) Rosner, all of Pound; Chuck (Eva) Rosner of Kansas City, Mo. and Susan (Reggie) Reinhold of Gillett; three sisters, Harriet Hammond of Green Bay, Audrey (Roger) Raasch of King, N.C. and Diane Pucel of Pulaski; 20 grandchildren and nine great-grandsons.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, August on March 26, 2017; a brother-in-law, Doug Hammond and a son-in-law, Bryan Hargus.
The family greeted relatives and friends at The First Baptist Church in Pound on Monday, April 23 from 9 a.m. until the time of the funeral service at 11 a.m. Pastor Reggie Reinhold officiated with burial in First Baptist Cemetery in Pound. Rhodes Charapata Funeral Home assisted the family with arrangements.