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Daniel Lee Rossberg

1952 - 2020

Great Falls, MT


Daniel Lee Rossberg, 68, passed away on 12/31/2020 from a heart aneurysm. Cremation has been entrusted to Croxford Funeral Home, there are no funeral plans at this time.Dan was born on August 24, 1952 to Albert Rossberg Jr. and Barbara (Mee) Rossberg. He was raised in Great Falls, graduated from Great Falls High and Montana State University. Go Bobcats! With his business degree, Dan worked in management for Kmart corporation, Power Townsend, and retired from ProBuild.Dan loved fishing,...

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Jacque (Smith) Balyeat

January 13, 2021 8:44 AM

Deepest condolences 💐 for the loss of Danny! Danny was a very kind and gentle man.

His wood 🪵 working talent was amazing. I treasure a cutting board that he gifted me so much that it is used as a piece of art. There is no way it will be used as a cutting board because I can’t imagine it being changed by marks. It is absolutely beautiful.

Danny has continued being a friend since high school and I treasure many memories of him.

So very sorry for your loss!

Ann Haverlandt

January 7, 2021 7:24 PM

Thinking of you Barb and Peggy!
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Cathy Lowden

January 6, 2021 2:19 PM

Growing up with Danny through our younger years was a real joy. He was funny and such a good friend to anyone he met. I am so sad to hear of his passing, and my prayers are with his family. It just doesn't seem right and I am so sorry for the loss everyone must feel. He was part of my Graduating Class. I wish we could have had our reunion, and wish we could gather now. God Bless You.

Mark Johannes

January 7, 2021 8:52 PM

Dan was pleasure to work with while we worked together at Poulsens/Probuild. I was new to the business and he was a great teacher and mentor.

Brian DeRusha

January 6, 2021 9:20 AM

I just became aware of Dan’s passing this morning - my deepest condolences! I met Dan in Jr high and we remained good friends throughout high school, college and beyond - taking our last trip together down the Smith River a year or two after we finished at MSU. He was living in CA at the time. I have such great memories of our time’s together - many of which involved a fly rod. I was really looking forward to seeing Dan during our 50 yr class reunion this past summer, but of course, it had to be cancelled. He was one of the best friends a person could ever have!

Dr. Cheryl Reichert

January 6, 2021 7:47 AM

What a gentle, kind and thoughtful man. I came to know him through his gifts of gourmet heirloom tomatoes. He was so proud of those tomatoes, and deservedly so. No one ever grew them better or tastier. Our favorites were the San Marzano, and he traced their lineage to Italy. For many years he delivered them with a proud smile, accepting only our gratitude in return. I didn’t realize it at the time, but gifting those tomatoes was Dan’s connection to our community. He will be dearly missed.

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