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Theresa M. 'Rosie' Neiberger

Theresa M. 'Rosie' Neiberger

Oct 26, 1915 - Feb 20, 2010
Private funeral services for Theresa M. “Rosie” Neiberger, took place according to her wishes. Interment followed at Mountain View Cemetery.

Miss Neiberger died February 20, 2010 at Riverton Memorial Hospital.

She was born October 26, 1915 in Clairmont, Wyoming, daughter of George and Margaret (Sinner) Neiberger. On May 1, 1917, when Rosie was 2 years old, she and her family moved to Riverton. Growing up on the family farm, she always had many pets starting with bum lambs and chickens and had a great love for dogs including Jacques who survives. After graduating from Riverton High School, she went to work as a bookkeeper for LeClaire Irrigation Co. She also worked as a bookkeeper for Lichty’s and worked as a legal typist.

She was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church and the Lions Club. She enjoyed gardening and going on vacations when invited and no one went hunting or fishing without Rosie. She also loved to do needlework and shared it with her friends and family. She never officially became a grandma, but many children loved her and called her grandma. Her laughter and love of life will be missed all.

Rosie is survived by a nephew, George Neiberger of Ontario, OR, nieces, Virginia Fahrenbruch of Colorado, Billie Walesky of Arizona and Tory Dawes of Eugene, OR, special friends, Gary and Theresa Fullerton, of Arizona and Dona Anderson of Riverton and Rosie was proud to be the 1st out of 5 generations of numerous great and great, great and great, great, great nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, 6 siblings, Molly Walesky, Walter, Victor, John "Jack", George “Red” and Elizabeth Neiberger.

Memorials may be made to Donor's choice.

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Services were under the direction of the Davis Funeral Home of Riverton.