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Brian Charles Roessler

Brian Roessler passed away on Thursday, Nov. 27, at the age of 58. Brian was a lover of Jesus, his family, people and life. He was an encourager through and through. He continually lifted those around him. Brian had a deep love of music, and his passion was to worship God. He was a devoted husband, a loving father, a loyal brother, a witty uncle and a true friend. He was the associate Pastor of New Creation Church. He loved his Pastors, his church and his family with all of his heart. Brian would often say, “I’m a lifer.” Brian leaves a legacy of faithfulness, honor and servanthood. He is survived by his wife Shawn Roessler daughter and son-in-law Natalie and Jeremy McCune, granddaughter arriving in January, son Jonathan Roessler and brother Craig Roessler. Brian is preceded in death by his parents Fred and Jeanne Roessler. A celebration of Brian’s life will be at New Creation Church on Wednesday, Dec. 3, at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please direct gifts to the Brian Roessler Memorial Fund through Alpine Bank, for the benefit of New Creation Church Preschool Building Fund.


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