Rosalie Greeman

Obituary of Rosalie Georgia Greeman

Rosalie Georgia Greeman, born October 12, 1942. Died peacefully in the early A.M. December 15, 2022, while in hospice under loving care in her daughter’s home.

Rosalie was a battler who overcame cancer, open-heart surgery, hip replacement and various other health issues to be a world traveler who spent time on all 7 continents and all but two U.S. states.

She spent decades as a top level administrator with Minnesota state government after as well as while gathering BA and MBA degrees from the University of Minnesota. She achieved her CPA certification and was eligible (though she declined to do so) to join MENSA.

A voracious reader, avid gardener, and word puzzle worker for many years, she also made time to volunteer in various capacities with programs such as Right to Read and the AARP Taxpayer Assistance programs.

For 20 years, she hosted a Thanksgiving gathering for her family, where one of the highlights was her made from scratch lemon meringue pie.

Preceded in death by sisters Pat McCallum and Frances Burgan, brother Tim Marsh, father James McCallum and mother Patricia Briggs. Survived by husband of 45 years, Ron Scherman as well as brother Larry Marsh, Jr (Monika Marsh) and their three children; sister Kathy Fears (Richard Fears) and their 3 children; sister Margaret Welter (Leo Welter) and their two children; sister Suzann Baer (Rick Baer) and their two children, daughter Liz McDevitt (Justin McDevitt) and their children Maeve and Maura McDevitt; son David Greeman (Anne Becker) and their two children Clare and Nathan Greeman.

Urn visitation and memorial gathering will be held on Friday, December 30, 2022 at 1 PM until 4 PM at Spielman Mortuary, 344 University Ave. W, St. Paul, MN 55103. 651-645-1233

Any memorial gifts given are requested to be made to Family Pathways (North Branch, MN) or to Special Olympics Minnesota.

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