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Roger Lee Moberg
November 16, 1947 - May 8, 2024

Place of Birth: Powers Lake, North Dakota
Residence: Battleview, North Dakota
Age: 76

Our father, husband, brother, grandfather and friend, Roger Lee Moberg, passed away peacefully at home on the morning of May 8th, 2024. A day set to memorialize his wife of 51 years, Judy Ann Moberg.

Roger was born a few short miles away in Powers Lake, ND on November 16th, 1947 to Arthur and Grace Moberg. He was raised on the family farm where he lost his father during his graduating year at Powers Lake High School in 1966.

Roger joined the United States Air Force in November, 1967 where he obtained the rank of Staff Sergeant E-5 during the Vietnam War as an aircraft mechanic. He was honorably discharged in November, 1971. Although dad rarely sought out recognition, we are forever grateful for his service to our country.

Roger met our mother, Judy Moberg, as he said it – “Cruising down main street in Tioga”, they were united in marriage on January 12th, 1973. It was in 1976 that Roger and his young family moved back to the family farm where he began his life some 29 years earlier.

Roger spent his career working in the oilfields of northwest North Dakota. During the cycles of boom and bust, Roger was quick to take a farm job or hired hand job to support his family. One of these side jobs eventually led dad and mom into a thriving cattle operation. They both worked tirelessly tending to their cattle. Although he was a humble man, Roger was proud of his work in both the oilfield and cattle operation. He was a great teacher, leader and mentor to so many throughout his career.

Although dad did not have a lot of hobbies upon retirement, he did enjoy classic cars, a good nascar race or football game. Countless Sunday afternoons were spent watching a good game or race and enjoying the company of friends and family.

Rogers greatest treasures were his grandchildren. He beamed with pride every time he spoke of them and his love for them was astounding.

Roger was preceded in death by his parents, Arthur and Grace Moberg; his wife of 51 years, Judy Moberg.

Roger is survived by his daughter, Stacey (Scott) Vejtasa; son, Bryan Moberg; as well as grandchildren, Carter, Megan, Asha, Addison, Brinley, Cora and Darci. Also survived by his three younger siblings, Donny (JoAnn) Moberg, Janet (Vern) Stoner and Shirley Moberg.

Memorial Contribution
In lieu of flowers, the family requests all donations be given to Bethel Lutheran Church in Battleview, ND.

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Monica Essen Haskin (Williston , ND)
May 8, 2024
To the children of Roger and Judy Moberg, I am praying for you to find comfort in Jesus, he will help you all get through this very difficult and sad time. They will be dancing in the sky together now. I have no words to make this any easier or better for you all. Just know that you have Jesus and a lot of people praying for you and thinking of you all. Hugs to you all. Fly High Judy & Roger and RIP
DeeAnn Jellesed & Jim Stenseth (Houston, Texas)
May 9, 2024
Our Deepest Sympathy to all of the Moberg family! Where there was Roger, there was Judy! Where there was Judy there was Roger! So interconnected in life and love! Roger and Judy were always the best dressed couple in the room. Both had a beautiful head of hair and where very well like by all. Love goes on forever, in eternity with God. Love you, Roger and Judy! RIP
C'Dale (Jenner McBride) Jore (Williston, North Dakota)
May 9, 2024
Donny, Shirley & Janet,
I am sorry to hear of your brother's passing. May Jesus give you lasting memories of Roger. With our sympathy, C'Dale & Phil
Larry and Janice Moody (Battleview, North Dakota)
May 9, 2024
Brian, Stacy, and Family we are so sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad Roger. Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you all at this sad time.
Jeffery Herman (Bismarck, North Dakota)
May 9, 2024
I was saddened by the news of Roger’s passing so close to Judy’s passing. I want to state, again, to the Moberg Family my sincere condolences for the passing of Roger and Judy. My early oilfield years found me working with, and eventually, working for Roger before becoming an operator of my own crew and rig. Roger was a good mentor and taught me a lot in oilfield knowledge. Although I have not seen Roger for an exceptionally long time, I know he is enjoying that cup of coffee coming from his oversized Stanley Thermos! Roger will be missed, but never forgotten – God Bless and Godspeed! Amen.
Dave Jenknins (Williston, ND)
May 10, 2024
Roger and I had a good relationship. I could always count on a good attitude and a bright smile. I worked with Roger for around 17 years with Pool Co. and Nabors. With around 50 years in the oilfield, Roger has seen the good times and the bad but always made it work. He was known and loved by all and will truly be missed. Thoughts and prayers to his family. RIP and I will see you again some day and we'll share some stories.
John and Rosie Ough (Watford City, ND)
May 12, 2024
To the Family of Roger and Judy,
Our prayers and thoughts are with you all during this difficult time. May Almighty God bring you peace and comfort.
Ray Unterseher (Watford City, North Dakota)
May 12, 2024
To Donny and the Moberg Family! We send our condolences to all your family at this sad time and great loss. Heaven is sounding sweeter all the time!
You’re a great family.
Stacey Vejtasa (Tioga, ND)
May 20, 2024
Roger Moberg
To everyone who has left words of kindness for our dad, thank you. Don’t hesitate to message my brother or I with stories and memories. That is what we have left and we would love more! Thank you
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