Marvin-Rosengren-Obituary

Marvin Rosengren

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Dear Rosengren Family-

Ashton's obit caught my eye because my maiden name was Rosengren. My grandfather, Roy Rosengren, was one of many (17, I think) children, so my dad has a lot of cousins in the area. Not sure if there is a distant relation or not.

I am so sorry for your loss. Ashton sounds like he was a wonderful young man and good friend.

Peace be with you-
Amy Rosengren Hill

I am so sorry to hear of this. My heartfelt condolences the the Rosengrens.

Ashton always brought a fun loving attitude and a great sense of humor to any situation.

Ashton,
I have known you and sylvia since middle school. Although i haven't seen u since then i am glad i got to know u when i did. I know you'll be missed dearly and i am sad i didn't get to see u much since school. My deepest sympathies are with your family during this hard time. May you rest in peace ashton.

SPC. Chris Wanhala U.S Army

Ashton had been one of my best friends since 4th grade. I am deeply saddened and I miss him dearly.

Dear Rosengren's
Our heaartfelt sympathies Ashton was a sweetheart and so special to you all, I know the hole his death will leave in your lives. You are all in our prayers.

Ashton, you were such a vibrant ball of life, light and good spirit. You brought a joy and acceptance to so many of those who just needed a friend. you taught us all to love one another no matter who they were and what may be burdening there life... to just show them a little bit of happiness and care. I feel privileged to have known you and for the memories I have gained over the years that will forever be in my heart.Your carefree and humorous spirit with live on with those who knew you for...

Our prayers and thoughts are with you during this trying time.

I had the pleasure of knowing Ashton from kindergarten through the end of high school. He was a wacky guy and was unconditionally devoted to his friends. He will be truly missed.

Obituary

Marvin's Obituary

Marvin Rosengren passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on March 9, 2010.