Roseann K. Brummer age 93, of Logan, Iowa passed away on Sunday, April 7, 2019 at Creighton Bergan Mercy Hospital in Omaha, Nebraska. Roseann was born June 27, 1925 in Portsmouth, Iowa to Jake and Elizabeth (Vicarius) Skalla. She was raised in Portsmouth with her five brothers, LaVere, Albert, Robert, Vincent, Edwin and two sisters, Helen and Sylvia. On February 22, 1943, she married Jerome (Red) Brummer. They resided in Woodbine, Iowa until they moved to Logan in 1975. She was a member of Saint Anne’s Catholic Church. She worked throughout her life, her last employment being with Logan-Magnolia Food Services at the grade school in Logan. She loved working and always liked to keep busy. She was a great mother and friend to all of her children. She was a very loving, kind, generous and giving person who always put herself last. You will truly be missed, Mom, by us all. We love you always and forever. Your Family Roseann is preceded in death by her husband Red, son, Jerry. She is survived by her children, Sandy Lightwine and husband Don of Omaha, Bill Brummer and wife Kim of Omaha, Debbie Ostronic and husband Jim of Omaha and Ron Brummer and wife Kris of Omaha, along with nine grandchildren, thirteen great-grandchildren and four great great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be Friday from 9:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. with a Rosary at 10:30 a.m. at St. Anne’s Catholic Church in Logan, Iowa.
The family invites everyone to a time of lunch and fellowship to the church immediately following the service.
Logan Memorial Chapel Logan, Iowa
In Loving Memory Of Roseann K. Brummer Born June 27, 1925 Portsmouth, Iowa Entered Into Rest April 7, 2019 Omaha, Nebraska
Mass of Christian Burial 11:00 a.m. Friday, April 12, 2019
St. Anne’s Catholic Church Logan, Iowa Celebrant
Father Raphael Masabakhwa
Vocalist Rick Powell
Vocal Selections “Be Not Afraid” “Ave Maria” “On Eagles Wings” “How Great Thou Art”
Brian Lightwine Mark Ostronic Chad Brummer Brett Brummer Jayson Curtis Dustin Thran
Final Resting Place Woodbine Cemetery Woodbine, Iowa (2:00 p.m.)
Debbie and Family,
I know this is a hard time for all of you, but the love and prayers of friends and family will get you through this, even though it doesn’t seem possible.
Now is when you need to focus on all the good times, remember the holidays, the family gatherings, the every day things that you all shared through the years. It will take time, but eventually, the pain will hurt less and the memories will bring you joy.
Be there for each other, take care of each other now-just like Mom would want you to do.,
Love and Prayers,
See ya on the other side 🙂