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Stanley Walden Roos

July 15, 1925 ~ February 5, 2018 (age 92)

     STANLEY WALDEN ROOS, age 92, of Buffalo, MN, formerly of Worthington, died Monday, February 05, 2018, at the Parkview Care Center in Buffalo. He was born July 15, 1925, in Randall Valley, SD, to O. Walter and Nettie (Pearson) Roos. Stan graduated from Worthington High School. He entered the United States Navy in November of 1944 and served his country during WWII. He was honorably discharged in June of 1946.

   Stan married Delores Berger on July 12, 1951, in Worthington. The couple lived in Worthington. Stan began working at Soderholm Manufacturing in July of 1946. He worked there for over thirty two years before retiring in May of 1978.

   He was a member of the Mission Covenant Church, in Worthington, before joining the Assemblies of God Church in 1951. Stan was active in the youth group in his church; he also taught Sunday school, served as an Usher, played guitar in the church orchestra, sang as a soloist and in the choir. He enjoyed gardening, woodworking and drafting projects.

   Stan is survived by his four children, Sheryl (David) Nichols, Rush City; Ronald (Louene) Roos, Elk River; Susan (Tim) Kolbeck, Cottage Grove; and Barbara Kruse, Fulda; son-in-law, Ken (Kathy) Filipi, Custer, SD; fifteen grandchildren, Joel Nichols, Nathan Nichols, Samuel Nichols, Daniel Nichols, Jayme Roos, Kimberly Siedlecki, Donovan Roos, Jolene Henderson, Jody Ockwig, Tyler Kolbeck, Kari Filipi, Kelsey Blood, John Kruse, Sara Kruse, and Travis Kruse; twenty nine great-grandchildren; and a sister, Viola Bartholomaus, Worthington.

   He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Delores on February 10, 2017; his daughter, Kathy Filipi; and two sisters, Irene Carlson and Elvera Robbins.

   Funeral will be 11 am Monday at Solid Rock Assembly of God Church, in Worthington, officiated by Pastor Scott Peterson. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the church on Monday. Burial with full military honors provided by the Worthington American Legion & VFW will be in the Garden of Memories Cemetery in Worthington.

   Dingmann Funeral Home, in Worthington, is in charge of arrangements.

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