Roseann M. Elsasser
November 16, 1951 – June 6, 2018
Preceded in death by parents, Dwain E. and Rosemarie; brothers, Kenneth and Dwain Jr. Survived by brother Ronald Elsasser (Cathy); and uncle Harry Danner.
The family will receive friends on Sunday, June 10th from 3pm to 5pm at the West Center Chapel. SERVICES: Monday, June 11th at 1pm at the West Center Chapel. Interment at Calvary Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to Nebraska Humane Society.
I am so sorry for your loss. May the ‘God of all comfort’ be with you during this difficult time. I have personally found comfort in the promise at 1 Corinthians 15:26 where it states that very soon ‘death will be brought to nothing’. Then, we have the prospect of being reunited with our loved ones right here on Earth (John 5:28,29). I truly hope this brings you comfort and peace. With deepest sympathies, Gra and family.
I had the pleasure of purchasing a couple of Roseann’s Christmas Snowman hand painted Ornaments at the local craft fair she attended. They are among my favorite and I will think of Roseann everytime I hang them. My thoughts and prayers are with her and her family.✝️
I had the pleasure of working with Roseanne for years She was such an artist and such a great person. God bless her and her family. She will be missed.
I worked with Roseann for many years and she was always a pleasure to work with. I also have several hand-painted ornaments that are on my tree each year. My oldest son (while in jr. high) took painting lessons from her. She shared many of her painting talents with him. She will be remembered for everything she shared with so many people.
The world lost a gentle and sensitive soul. She showed me great kindness in high school. We lost touch after graduation. It is fitting that her art is appropriately viewed and remembered fondly by so many here. Elizabeth (NDA Class (1970)
I was so sorry to hear about Roseann she had been a friend of mine for over 10 years. This is when we both worked at Blue Cross and Blue Shield. She was my Maid-Of-Honor at my wedding nearly 40 years ago. We moved from Omaha 30 years ago and we lost touch over the years but she was such a good person and so very talented. She made both my girls Christmas ornaments for their First Christmas and we hang them every year. This year they will even be more dear to me and my family.
Rest in Peace old friend.
Oh my, Roseann will be missed. She was best friend and vice versa to my brother Bob. he is a stained glass artist and they shared so much during their time together at the art fairs. She brought such joy to his life and mine as well. We are 7 1/2 hour drive so we can’t make it for the services. She was so very special and so very talented. She touched my brother Bob’s life in so many ways. she was such an amazing dog mom!! We were so blessed to have the angel Roseann touch our lives. God speed, Roseann, dear friend. Bob would really appreciate it if Ronny would call him at 320-762-0105. it would really mean a lot if he could contact Bob because Bob has no contact information or any way to contact Ronny. Bob does not have any internet access. Thank you. Blessings to all.
We are the promoters of the Spring & Autumn Festivals and have had the pleasure of knowing and working with Roseann since 2013 at our Omaha, NE and Shakopee, MN shows. She was such a kind and talented artist and we know her work was so admired and treasured by her customers. We’ll really miss Roseann and our thoughts are with her family and friends.