Dee Alonzo Rosenlof, 67, returned home to his Heavenly Father and loved ones on Oct. 5, 2021.
He was born to Alonzo and Norda Rosenlof on Nov. 29, 1953. He married his sweetheart, Susan Terry on Aug. 20, 1976, in the Manti Utah LDS Temple. Together they had 3 children and created a life they loved.
Dee loved to be in the mountains; camping was his all-time favorite thing. He enjoyed going with the entire family and spending quality time with just Susan.
Dee was a gentle giant and had a very tender, loving heart. He cherished his family and found so much joy in his children and grandchildren.
Dee had a passion for his work that was unmatched. He had such a strong work ethic and truly cared about his job and the people he served and worked with. His cement truck was cleaner and more immaculate than ANY truck on site – you might say it was cleaner than a new one! While working for Westroc, he received an award from NRMCA for a finalist Driver of The Year after having an impeccable 28 years of driving without even a traffic citation.
Dee enjoyed working with his hands and was also very handy. He prided himself on being able to fix, build, or figure out how to do just about anything.
He was very good at taking care of everything that he had, and you knew if Dee owned it, it was in mint condition.
Dee has always had a strong passion for anything with a motor, and recently fulfilled a lifelong dream of owning a Harley Davidson motorcycle.
He is survived by his wife, Susan; his children Jennifer Herring of Mount Pleasant, Mindy (Heath) Poulson of Fairview, and Cory (Lacey) Rosenlof of Mount Pleasant; his siblings Doris (Paul) Garlick and Kent (Holly) Rosenlof; his aunt Janet (Fred) Matthews; 13 grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Alonzo and Norda Rosenlof.
Family and friends celebrated Dee’s life at the Mt. Pleasant Utah North Stake Center (461 N 300 W, Mt. Pleasant) Wednesday Oct. 13, 2021, at 11 a.m. Viewings were also held Tuesday and Wednesday morning at the Mt. Pleasant North Stake Center. Interment was in the Mt. Pleasant City Cemetery.