Adrian Jason Rogge, 41, of Marshall, formerly of Ghent, died Tuesday, April 9, 2019, of complications related to congestive heart failure at the University of Minnesota.
Services for Adrian will be Saturday, April 20 at 2 p.m. at Rehkamp Funeral Home in Marshall.
Visitation will take place Friday, April 19 from 5 p.m.-7 p.m., as well as one hour prior to the service on Saturday.
Burial will take place at the Marshall Cemetery in Marshall.
Everyone is invited to wear Minnesota Twins jerseys or t-shirts to the service.
Adrian Jason Rogge was born September 19, 1977, in Marshall, to Laurence and Helen (Schmidt) Rogge.
He grew up on a farm south of Ghent and attended Minneota Public School.
Adrian was very limited to what he could do because of his heart condition, but he was not afraid to work.
He loved working on cars, giving tattoos, etching mirrors, and tinkering with computers and phones.
He also worked construction with his brother Lawrence, worked at Cenex gas station, and most recently worked Maintenance at Kuefler Properties in Marshall.
Adrian had a very funny sense of humor and always loved to joke around and pick on his siblings, nieces, nephews and friends.
He also had a heart of gold and would take the shirt off his back to help anyone in need. Adrian enjoyed visiting and hanging out with family and friends.
He also loved farm life and being outdoors, especially on hot summer days.
Adrian never met a cat he didn’t love.
Adrian also enjoyed watching and going to Minnesota Twins games.
Adrian is survived by his siblings, Linda (Brian) Sampson of Waterloo, IA, Edward Rogge of Marshall, Lawrence Rogge (Coleen Pedersen) of Ghent, Joyce Samples (David Riley) of Montevideo, Karen (Bill) Alfson of Balaton, Brian Rogge of Ghent, and Susan (Alonso) Ramirez of Marshall, and many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
Adrian is preceded in death by his parents, Laurence and Helen Rogge, brother Bennett Rogge who passed away just 10 weeks ago, sister Janet at birth, many aunts and uncles, and great-nephew Logan Samples at infancy.
Blessed be his memory.