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Lillelue Rosenberg August 29, 1934 – September 9, 2019
Lillelue grew up on the Hubbard Prairie and was very much loved by her family and friends. There, in Hubbard, she met her husband, Raymond Rosenberg. They were married in 1957 and had two children. Their first born child was Rex Raymond then two years later they had Mary Louise.
She was a country school teacher in Hubbard, Huntersville, Red Eye, and the Lennell school near Ponsford. Later, when LIllelue was married to Ray and had moved to the Mantrap Lake area, she worked in the Park Rapids school system. Her students knew that she cared about them and she loved to teach.
She was a woman that could really sing! She sang beautiful alto in a Hubbard church quartet, along with Bob Stevens, Margaret Manlove, and Ed Bolton. Her involvement with music didn’t end there, she was in many community performances throughout her life. Lillelue continued to sing with lovely harmonies for her remaining days.
She wrote community news for the Park Rapids Enterprise, before email and Facebook were popular, from the Mantrap Valley area in the 1960”s and was a member of the Mantrap Valley Conservation Club for many years. Lillelue always wanted people to be connected with each other and to carry on the spirit of her enthusiasm for life and nature.
Lillelue volunteered many years for Hospice in the Park Rapids area and later she received wonderful loving care in return from them.
She will be forever loved and missed. Lillelue was a wonderful mother, wife, teacher and friend.
Lillelue passed away September 9, 2019. We will have a Celebration of Her Life, September 28, 2019, at her beloved United Methodist Church of Hubbard. The ceremony begins at 11:00 AM.
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