In memory: Lloyd “Dale” Rosenbach, Jr

Lloyd “Dale” Rosenbach, 72, of Livermore, passed away peacefully in his beloved mountain home on Wednesday, July 3. Dale had been battling cancer, diagnosed at the end of December.

Dale was born April 11, 1947, in Sterling to Lloyd and Esther Rosenbach.

Dale lived in Des Moines, Iowa, briefly in his youth. He later moved to Denver, where he would eventually graduate from Abraham Lincoln High School. He then graduated from the Denver Institute of Art where he was later inducted to the institute’s hall of fame. After accepting the position of Art Director at CSU, Dale moved to Ft Collins. He spent the majority of his career at CSU in the design department. He started an internship program while he was there helping his students to build their portfolios. After retiring from CSU, Dale taught at Front Range Community College for a few years before ultimately retiring to his mountain home.

Dale is survived by his wife Marjorie; brother Rory; daughter Ann Marie; sons Travis (wife Kristi), David (wife Angenette), Dale, and Jason (wife Beth); and 11 grandchildren that he loved dearly.

Dale was preceded in death by his parents, Lloyd and Esther Rosenbach.

Dale’s strength and courage were surpassed only by his kindness and loving heart. He was an inspiration and a guide toward how to become a better person. His generous gift of himself was a true treasure and he will be missed immensely.

A celebration of life service will be held at 1 p.m., July 18, at the Morning Star Church in Red Feather Lakes, with a reception immediately following.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be sent to Goes Funeral Care, 3665 Canal Dr. Ft.Collins Co. 80524.

Obituaries compiled by CSU Public Relations Staff