John J H Rozeboom
Zoon van Johannes Rozeboom en Aaltje Van De Berg, geboren 4-2-1892, overleden 1958, begraven USA IA Sioux Center Memory Gardens
Trouwt 10-3-1914 Anje (Anna) Kruizenga, geboren 15-7-1891 USA IA Sioux Center, overleden 19-6-1966 en begraven USA IA Sioux Center Memory Gardens
Funeral services in memory of Dorothea Rozeboom were conducted at 1:30 p.m. Friday, October 29, 1999, at First Reformed Church in Sanborn, Iowa. Rev. Dale Popma officiated. Casket bearers were Bud Vogelzang, Arnie Vande Vegte, Franklin Mett, Gordon Boscaljon, Rick Roghair and Dale Nagel. Interment was in Pleasant View Cemetery in Hartley, Iowa. Sanborn Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
Dorothea (Zigtema) Rozeboom, the daughter of Henry and Jessie (Post) Zigtema, was born in Orange City, Iowa, on September 20, 1921. She lived her youth and received her education at Orange City. Dorothea was employed with Silent Sioux Corp. while living there.
She was united in marriage to James Rozeboom on February 28,1947, at Orange City. Following their marriage they farmed near Rock Rapids until moving to the Hartley area in 1969. James died in 1994.
Dorothea died on October 26, 1999, at the Spencer Municipal Hospital and with the help of the Lord who carried her over the rough spots of life, she lived to an age of 78 years 1 month 16 days. She will see you in the morning "over there".
Dorothy is survived by her sons: Larry of Primghar and David of Hartley; two brothers: Ray Zigtema of Whitehouse, Texas, and Walter Zigtema of Hawarden, Iowa; four sisters: Tena Vogelzang of Rock Valley, Iowa, Tillie Roghair of Lakewood, California, Sadie Roghair of Orange City, Iowa, and Harriet Roos of Harlan, Iowa; cherished nieces and nephews, her in-laws, and many friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, and two brothers, Barney and Sam.
Dorothea was a member of the First Reformed Church of Sanborn. Dorothea enjoyed writing letters, studying her Bible, and entertaining family and friends. She reached out in love to everyone, helping the elderly, shut-ins, or anyone to whom she-could be of assistance.
Hartley (Iowa) Sentinel, Nov 4, 1999, p4
Gerrit H. Rozeboom
5/7/1926 - Monday, January 03, 2011
Gerrit H. Rozeboom, 84, of Sioux Center, IA died Monday, January 3, 2011 at the Sioux Center Community Hospital of Sioux Center. Visitation will be held Wednesday from 4-8PM, with the family present from 5-7PM at Memorial Funeral Home of Sioux Center. A prayer service for family and friends will be held Thursday at 10:15AM at First Reformed Church of Sioux Center. Interment will follow the prayer service in Memory Gardens Cemetery of Sioux Center. A memorial service will be held Thursday at 11AM at the First Reformed Church of Sioux Center with Rev. Roger Voskuil officiating. The Rozeboom family prefers memorials be directed to the Sight & Sound Ministry of First Reformed Church.
Gerrit Henry Rozeboom was born May 7, 1926, to John and Anna (Kruizenga) Rozeboom at the family farm near Sioux Center, Iowa. He attended country school in Welcome Township. Gerrit married Kathleen Van Rooyen on May 18, 1949, in Orange City, Iowa. Gerrit and Kathleen spent their lives farming on the Rozeboom Homestead. They retired to Sioux Center in 2004.
Gerrit was a lifelong member of First Reformed Church in Sioux Center. He enjoyed his life on the farm, raising cattle and crops and riding horses. Gerrit also enjoyed his large family of kids, grandkids, and great-grandkids, and his sense of humor was always evident.
Gerrit is survived by his wife of 61 years, Kathleen; six children: Linda (Rich) McCoy of Bluffton, OH, Stan (Cherilyn) Rozeboom of Sioux Center, IA, Verlyn (Deb) Rozeboom of Sioux Center, IA, Karen (David) Vollmar of Pella, IA, Arlyn (Beth) Rozeboom of Sioux Center, IA, and Galen (Chris) Rozeboom of Sioux Center, IA; a son-in-law, Jim Vander Stoep of Oak Harbor, WA; 19 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren; brother, Bud (Gert) Rozeboom of Sioux Center; sister, Eldine Wagner of Sun City, AZ; sisters-in-law, Irene Pennings, Leora (Leland) De Haan and brother-in-law, Jack (Willie) Van Rooyen all of Orange City as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Gerrit was preceded in death by his parents, John and Anna Rozeboom; a daughter, Janice Vander Stoep; two infant grandchildren; one sister and brother-in-law, Alice and Dick Van Wyk; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Jim and Dubb Rozeboom and Dick and Judy Rozeboom; his parents-in-law, Walter and Nellie Van Rooyen; brother-in-law, Gerrit Pennings, and sister-in-law, Marie Van Rooyen.
Source: Memorial Funeral Home, Sioux Center IA., obit.
Kathleen (Van Rooyen) Rozeboom was born to Walter and Nellie (Fonkert) Van Rooyen on July 30, 1929 in OíBrien County, Iowa. She attended country school and received her teaching certificate from Westmar College. She taught for a few years at a country school southeast of Sioux Center.
She was joined in marriage to Gerrit H. Rozeboom on May 25, 1949. The couple lived and farmed together on the Rozeboom homestead northeast of Sioux Center. They were blessed with seven children.
Kathleen blessed many with her abilities in the kitchen. She worked for several years at the Sioux Center Community Hospital kitchen. Many who came to help on the farm enjoyed lunches and the family spent every Sunday gathered at her house for lunch.
She was a member of First Reformed Church of Sioux Center and was known for being a person of a strong and quiet faith. She imparted her faith to her children and grandchildren through faithfulness and love.
Kathleen had a special relationship with her twin sister, Irene. The two of them were in communication daily and shared numerous special life events together.
She is survived by her children: Linda and Rich McCoy of Bluffton, OH; Stan and Cherilyn Rozeboom of Sioux Center; Verlyn and Deb Rozeboom of Sioux Center; Karen and David Vollmar of Pella, Iowa; Arlyn and Beth Rozeboom of Sioux Center and Galen and Chris Rozeboom of Sioux Center; son-in-law, Jim Vander Stoep of Oak Harbor, WA; 19 grandchildren; 31 great grandchildren; sisters: Irene Pennings and Leora (Lee) De Haan all of Orange City; brother-in-law, Bud Rozeboom of Sioux Center; sister-in-law, Eldine Wegner of Sun City, AZ, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Kathleen is preceded in death by her parents, Walter and Nellie Van Rooyen; her husband, Gerrit; daughter, Janice Vander Stoep; granddaughter, Kara Rozeboom; grandson, Zachary Vollmar; sister, Nelva Jean Van Rooyen; brother, Jack Van Rooyen; sisters-in-law, Marie Van Rooyen, Willie Van Rooyen, Gert Rozeboom, Alice Van Wyk, Dubb Rozeboom and Judy Rozeboom; brothers-in-law, Jim Rozeboom, Dick Rozeboom, Dick Van Wyk, and Gerrit Pennings.
Marion "Bud" Rozeboom age 87 of Sioux Center, Iowa died Sunday, June 16, 2019 at Royale Meadows Care Center of Sioux Center, Iowa.
Memorial Service: June 24, 2019 - First Reformed Church - Sioux Center, Iowa Officiant: Rev. Roger Voskuil Family. Interment: Memory Gardens Cemetery - Sioux Center, Iowa
Military Honors: Doornink-Brunsting Post 199, American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6129
Arrangements: Memorial Funeral Home - Sioux Center, Sioux County, Iowa
Gertrude Rozeboom, 84, of Sioux Center, IA passed away Sunday, November 5, 2017 at her home in Sioux Center.
Funeral Service will be 10:00 AM, Saturday, November 11th at Central Reformed Church of Sioux Center, IA, with Reverend Jamie Dykstra officiating. Burial will follow at Memory Garden Cemetery in Sioux Center.
Visitation will be Friday, November 10th from 5:00 to 7:00 PM with family present at Memorial Funeral Home of Sioux Center.
Memorials may be directed to: Crossroads Bible Institute and/or Hope Haven.
Gertrude Marilyn Rozeboom was born May 20, 1933 to Art and Katherine (Hofland) Schuiteman in Sioux Center, Iowa. She was raised on a farm 2 miles east of Sioux Center and attended country school, Sioux Center Junior High and graduated from Sioux Center High School in 1952. She continued her education at Northwestern College in Orange City, IA and received her teacherís certificate. Gertrude began teaching country school for a short while before becoming the Sioux Center High School secretary.
Gertrude was united in marriage to Marion "Bud" Rozeboom on January 18, 1956. Together they raised four children and owned and operated Rozeboom Trucking for nearly 30 years. Gertrude was a lifelong member of First Reformed Church of Sioux Center, where she served the Lord in many capacities over the years. She was a dedicated care giver to her family and friends, including the families of her dear sisters who relied on her often. She cherished her children and grandchildren, valuing the time they spent together and showering them with mementos. Her greatest joy was attending their many graduation ceremonies. Her family will remember their wife, mother and grandmother as a strong, devoted person who encouraged her family to follow their dreams.
She is survived by husband of nearly 62 years, Marion "Bud" Rozeboom; four children, daughter, Linda (H. Robert) Goltz of Midland, MI, their children Eric Goltz, Christopher (Natalie) Goltz, Abby (Brandon) King, son, Jerry (LuEllyn) Rozeboom of Walker, IA, their children, Lee (Karoline) Rozeboom, Laine (Ben) Boesenberg, and Lance (Kristin) Rozeboom, son Dale (Patricia) Rozeboom of Janesville, WI, their children, Mark Rozeboom, Marie (Andrew) de Stadler and Molly Rozeboom, daughter, Pam (Paul) Beaver of Sioux Center, IA, their children, Kaitlin (Ryan) Hoogeveen, Rees Beaver and Madison Beaver; great-grandchildren, Gabriel Goltz, Elijah Goltz, Lincoln King, Piper King, Lucia Louise Rozeboom, Theodore Rozeboom, Matilda Rozeboom, Jared Boesenberg, Remington Boesenberg, Lance Rozeboom and Annabelle Grace de Stadler; three sisters, Arta (Marvin) Schoep, Rosalie Prins and Ruth (Ivan) Mulder.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Art and Katherine Schuiteman; first husband, James L. Den Herder; sister, Wilma De Boer; and infant brother.
JAMES DEN HERDER FOUND DEAD UNDER MACHINE IN FATHERíS FARM YARD; FUNERAL SET FOR THIS AFTERNOON.
A 22 year-old Sioux Center farmer, James Den Herder, was believed to have been killed instantly Monday afternoon when the tractor he was operating tipped over and pinned him beneath.
The young man, who had been out of the Army only a few months and had seen service in Korea, was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Den Herder.
James was working alone on his fatherís farm a half mile south of here at the time and had just finished grinding some feed. He was in the act of moving the tractor on the yard when the left rear wheel struck a stump and pitched it over. The heavy machine came down on the young manís back.
The accident was discovered by his father, Elmer, who drove onto the yard at about 3:10 P.M. Unable to move the tractor off his sonís body alone, he called a wrecker from town to lift it.
James, who was married and had a year-old daughter, had just finished moving into the farm house across the highway from his fatherís farm Friday, the place vacated by his uncle, Alvin Den Herder. He had planned to farm with his father next spring.
Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 1 oíclock at the Elmer Den Herder home and at 1:30 in the First Reformed Church. Rev. Peter A. De Jong of Leighton, Iowa, will officiate. Arrangements will be under the direction of the Vander Ploeg Funeral Home and interment will be at the local cemetery.
A quartet composed of Gerald Bosch, Harold Vermeer, Vernon Mouw and Irvin Mouw will sing "Safe in the Arms of Jesus" and "Beyond the Sunset". Pallbearers will be Garold Den Herder, Gerald Vreeman, Wilmer Vreeman, Herlan Schut, Richard De Boom and Arvin Schuiteman.
James Leroy Den Herder was born April 1, 1932, at Sioux Center, where he grew to manhood and graduated from the Sioux Center high school in 1950. He attended Northwestern Jr. College one year and Iowa State College one year later, before entering the military service October 14, 1952. He served 14 months in Korea and was released from the Army July 14, 1954.
He was married to Gertrude Schuiteman October 1, 1952, and to this union was born one daughter, Linda Gail.
Besides his widow, daughter and parents, he is survived by the following brothers and sisters; Roger, Paul, Philip, Mary Lynn and Carol Ann. Also surviving is his grandfather, Gerrit Den Herder and his step-grandmother, Mrs. Gt. Vreeman, both of Sioux Center.
(Source: Sioux County Capital 1954-12-16)
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