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“Karen, I'm so sorry for your loss. I just found this out in my messages. My deepest sympathies to you and your family.Ingrid Churchill ”
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“So very sorry for your loss Karen and Jessica. I worked for Jim in the mid-2000s and he was a terrific person with lots of charisma, a true people...Read More ยป
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“My prayers and thoughts are with you all. Hoping I can get there Sunday. ”
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James Kevin Roseberry, 65, passed away while surrounded by loved ones on September 5, 2019. James was born on March 29, 1954 and graduated from New Haven High School. He lived most of his life in Fort Wayne, where he was employed by Applied Industrial Technologies for almost 38 years. Most recently serving as the branch manager, until he retired 5 years ago. James was lovingly known as Kevin, Nug, Bun, Dad, and Peepaw. He enjoyed sports, especially motor racing. He was always watching Formula 1, Indy Racing League and NASCAR. Some of his favorite memories are of attending races at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with his daughter and going to Colts games. His many other hobbies included model railroads, bonsai trees, orchids, saltwater aquariums, wild birds, putting together models and sports cars. He also enjoyed reading and spending time with family, friends, and his cats.
Surviving with his loving wife of 44 years, Karen J. Roseberry, of Fort Wayne, IN and daughter Jessica Baker, and grandson Jackson Baker, of Brownsburg, IN. James is also survived by brothers and sisters; William (Cynthia) Roseberry, Steve Roseberry, Mark Stuerzenberger; Janell (Tim) Johnson and Holly Stuerzenberger. Proceeded in death by his son, Nathan John Roseberry, mother, M. Elaine Stuerzenberger, father, William Roseberry, step-father, Jack Stuerzenberger, and brother, Jeff Roseberry.
Celebration of Life (open house) to be held, Sunday, September 15, 12-3 at The Old Gas House, 305 E. Superior St, Fort Wayne, IN. To celebrate his life, we ask that you wear your favorite sports apparel. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Allen County SPCA. He will forever be in our hearts.
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