Dale Berglund

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Dale Berglund

Dale Edmond Berglund, age 71, of Rio Rancho, NM passed away peacefully in his home on April 4, 2018, surrounded by his family. He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Linda; his two children, Dean and his wife Tami Berglund; daughter Delreen and her husband Marcus Greenwalt; his five grandchildren, Zachery, Kaitlynn and Ceanna Greenwalt, Tyler and Tevin Berglund; and his brother Chip Berglund. He was preceded in death by his mother, Dorothy (Belisle) Berglund; his father, Marlon Berglund; and his brother, Clyde Berglund. Dale was born in Albuquerque, NM and raised in Jemez Springs, NM. After graduating high school Dale joined the Navy Seabees and served in Danang during the Vietnam War.

Dale was a man of abiding faith and love of Jesus Christ, and a devoted husband and father. He showed love for the Lord by his acts of kindness and compassion to others. After a life time as a heavy equipment mechanic, Dale loved spending time with family and friends at his property in the Jemez mountains. Dale "Ponderosa" Berglund left a wonderful legacy as a leading member at the Western Heights Church and long-standing member of New Mexico Royal Rangers. His devotion to his Lord, his wife, his family, his church and his sense of humor will be remembered.

Services will be Monday, April 9th at Western Heights Church at 6415 Sage Rd. SW, Albuq. NM; viewing at 4 p.m. and funeral at 5 p.m. and reception following. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Western Heights Church and/or New Mexico Royal Rangers.

Published in Albuquerque Journal on Apr. 7, 2018
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