George Roller

George Roller

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Liturgy of the Word Service for George Roller, 90, of Dickinson will be held at 1:00 p.m., Thursday, October, 8, 2020 at Stevenson Funeral Home with Father Keith Streifel celebrating. Burial will follow in St. Joseph’s Cemetery.

George passed away Sunday, October 4, 2020 at St. Benedict’s Health Center in Dickinson.

George P. Roller was born July 24, 1930 on the family farm southwest of Dickinson. The only son of Phillip and Minnie (Roller) Roller, George grew up on the farm and attended Ashcoulee Country School with his three sisters. He would often reminisce of how he would ride horse to school when the weather permitted.

George loved everything about the farm. He spent time raising cattle, horses and various crops with his parents before taking over when they passed away. After selling his cattle many years ago, George continued to go to the farm on an almost daily basis. He would spend his time mowing the grass, feeding his cats, and tinkering with various vehicles and buildings. Being there brought him so much joy.

George was a private man with a kind and grateful heart. He appreciated those who took the time to visit with him over a cup of instant coffee or help him out when he needed a bit of assistance. Those friendships were important to him until his last breath.

George was a lifelong member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.

George was preceded in death by his parents, Phillip and Minnie; sisters, Christine Roller, Magdalena (Sebastian) Schwidt and Pauline Roller.
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    Thursday, October 8th, 2020 | 1:00pm
    Thursday, October 8th, 2020 1:00pm
    Stevenson Funeral Home
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Candace Hoff

Posted at 12:07am
George was one of my most memorable patients. He loved to tell me stories about his farm, his animals and his beloved sister Christine. I mostly listened cause his hearing wasn’t the best! He would write and mail us the most sincere notes when he needed to schedule an appointment because he couldn’t hear over the telephone. We had a mutual agreement to do all of our communications via letters. That made a sweet spot in my heart. The last time I saw him was when his nurse called and asked if I could make a ‘house call’ to fix his glasses after he was no longer able to live alone. He was determined to get back to the farm as soon as he could. I will miss our visits and his pioneering spirit of independence. May you be forever home at your farm in the heavens my friend!!

Mike Roller

Posted at 01:16pm
Our trips to Dickinson usually included a friendly brief visit with George. He was a man of few words and they were very much appreciated.
George was my cousin and he is surely missed.
Mike & Karen Roller

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