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Dennis F. Rosebrough

Dennis Francis Rosebrough, age 70, passed away on March 9th, 2019. He was surrounded by all 6 of his children, 2 children in-law, and his wife at the time of his passing.

He leaves behind his wife Mary Beth, sons Stephen Rosebrough (Jonte), Andrew Rosebrough (Christina), and Matthew Rosebrough and Daughters Katie Kortman (Francisco), Rebecca Rosebrough, and Caroline Dietrick-Rosebrough (Michael). Dennis was preceded in death by his parents Charles and Estelle Rosebrough, and his brother Donald Rosebrough. He greatly looked forward to meeting them again in Heaven.

Dennis was born in Houston, TX, raised in St. Louis, and lived in West Palm Beach, FL for 34 years. Denny was a larger than life personality who was beloved by everyone who knew him. He was an incredible, loving father who doted on his children and grandchildren. He was generous both in heart and spirit and in helping others financially. He always said his greatest achievement in life was his family. Denny was also a successful businessman.

The company he started in 1989 - Portable Medical Diagnostics - turns 30 years old this year and has over 45 employees. It started with one employee (himself) in June 1989. Denny was deeply spiritual and his desire to be connected to God and to do good works were life long pursuits. His passions and hobbies included baseball, the St. Louis Cardinals, playing the drums, and serving others through his church’s ecclesiastical callings. He was bishop of the Palm Beach Ward in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints two times. He will be greatly missed, especially by his family who thought the world of him.

Funeral Services for Dennis Rosebrough will be held Thursday, March 14th from 5-8 pm at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The viewing will be from 5-6 pm and the funeral service will be from 6-8 pm. 

INTERMENT: Saturday, March 16, 2019 LEAVING MICHEL FUNERAL HOME AT 9:30 a.m. (5930 Southwest Avenue 63139) for a 10:00 graveside service at St. Peter's Cemetery (Kirkwood).