OBITUARY

Roger P. Rymer

May 1, 1955October 28, 2018
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Rymer, Roger P.

Age 63 of Ham Lake, passed peacefully at home on October 28, 2018.

He was preceded in death by his Parents, George and Florence; and Brother, Barry.

Roger is survived by his Loving Wife of 38 years, Nancy; Sons, Marcus (Christina) and Benjamin (Chelsea); Grandchildren, Charlize, Callen and Connelly; also by many Loving Relatives and Friends.

He spent 30 years in the environmental industry. Roger loved golfing, fishing, hunting, driving his tractor, spending time with his grandkids and family dogs, Summit & Gryff, as well as time at the family cabin.

~Service of Remembrance~ Friday, November 2, 2018 at 11:00 am Eagle Brook Church 1100 US Hwy 10 Anoka, Minnesota Visitation 1 hour prior to service at the Church

Memorials are preferred to Allina Hospice or American Cancer Society.

  • FAMILY

  • He was preceded in death by his Parents, George and Florence; and Brother, Barry.

    Roger is survived by his Loving Wife of 38 years, Nancy; Sons, Marcus (Christina) and Benjamin (Chelsea); Grandchildren, Charlize, Callen and Connelly; also by many Loving Relatives and Friends
  • DONATIONS

  • Allina Hospice or American Cancer Society

Services

  • Service of Remembrance Friday, November 2, 2018
REMEMBERING

Roger P. Rymer

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John Findley

November 8, 2018

I'm sorry to hear about Roger's passing. He always was professional and warm person. I own an environmental consulting firm and we conducted air monitoring on asbestos projects that he managed. He always conducted himself to the utmost standards and is a credit to the asbestos industry! Rest well Roger.
John

Todd Munden

November 6, 2018

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I just found out yesterday. I am thinking of you and your family at this time. To loose Roger so soon after your father is just heartbreaking. Please know that your family is in all of our families thoughts and prayers.

Wendy Olson

November 2, 2018

I’m so sorry to hear of Roger passing. I knew him in high school and can easily say he was one of the nicest people I’ve ever met. Kind, funny, and easy going. I’m so sorry for your loss, Nancy and family. Thinking of you during this difficult time.

Stephan Larson

November 1, 2018

Roger was always a great guy and very fun to be around. We played a lot of baseball and hockey together in school and softball while we were in our 20s. He was always good natured and very kind hearted—-a gentle giant. He has left us much too soon.

Kevin Otto

October 31, 2018

So sorry for your loss ! I worked with Roger over 35 years ago and can remember him like it was just yesterday. This earth is full of millions of people and to have one stick in my mind for so many years tells you just how nice of a guy he is ! I remember him giving me a big check one day and saying wow look how much money you can make if you come to work and work. I was 19 and thought I knew everything . He never told me I was a dumb kid or get my act together just look at how much you can make. Also rember a fishing trip he took us all on and the fun we had. I feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to meet such a great guy !
Kevin P Otto

Jim Moeller

October 30, 2018

Roger and I worked very closely with each other at Lindstrom Environmental, Inc. for about 5 years. He was a mentor, a friend, a co worker and a very easy going person to be around. I enjoyed my time with Roger very much. I enjoyed the moments when he said " Hold on a minute. Lets have some cheese an crackers and think about this for a while." Probably to the point that he did not even know how much influence he had on me as a person in my day to day life. He spoke of Nancy, Marcus and Ben often with love and admiration, to the point I felt I knew them as my own (even thought I did not). He inspired me to be more understanding, patient and sympathetic to the people I am working with. Which to me was an invaluable lesson. He will be missed dearly by many people that I know. My sympathies go out to his Family and friends. Miss you my friend!
Jim Moeller

Julie Kirchoff

October 29, 2018

Roger was a great brother in law to me. He was always very kind. He loved his family. We spent a lot of time together at family functions and the cabin. No one could make a better bloody Mary. He was always always go with the flow never made anything a big deal. Every year at the Halloween party after about 5 hours of the animated witch going off in his ear. We said "Roger have you had enough of the witch" he would say "it's only once a year" and then he would smile that great smile. We will miss Roger our family will always have a missing piece. We love you, say hi to Dad.

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Biography

Rymer, Roger P.

Age 63 of Ham Lake, passed peacefully at home on October 28, 2018.

He was preceded in death by his Parents, George and Florence; and Brother, Barry.

Roger is survived by his Loving Wife of 38 years, Nancy; Sons, Marcus (Christina) and Benjamin (Chelsea); Grandchildren, Charlize, Callen and Connelly; also by many Loving Relatives and Friends.

He spent 30 years in the environmental industry. Roger loved golfing, fishing, hunting, driving his tractor, spending time with his grandkids and family dogs, Summit & Gryff, as well as time at the family cabin.

~Service of Remembrance~
Friday, November 2, 2018 at 11:00 am
Eagle Brook Church
1100 US Hwy 10
Anoka, Minnesota
Visitation 1 hour prior to service at the Church

Memorials are preferred to Allina Hospice or American Cancer Society.