Debra D. Rodenberg

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Debra Dee Rodenberg, 53, of Garber, died Thursday, June 27, 2019, surrounded by her family. 

Visitation was Monday, July 1, at Tuecke-Allyn Funeral Home, Guttenberg.

There will be a private service for family and relatives.

Deb was born on July 23, 1965, in Manchester, the daughter of Harold and Gloria (Wessel) Aulwes. 

Deb attended Central Community Schools where she graduated with the class of 1984. That same year on Sept. 22, 1984, Deb married Bruce Rodenberg at the St. John’s Congregational Church in Garber and were later blessed with two children, Nicole and Bruce Jr. Over the years Deb worked at Guttenberg Industries, Little Debbies Grocery Store, Fast Trak and Casey’s General Store in Guttenberg where she was the Assistant Manager but also farmed with her family on the side. She liked country music and going to tractor pulls with her family. Deb loved spending time and making memories with her family. Even though Deb fought brain cancer for six and a half years, she always managed to stay strong and positive no matter the outcome. 

Deb will be cherished by her husband of 34 years, Bruce; children, Nicole Rodenberg and Bruce Rodenberg Jr.; parents, Harold and Gloria Aulwes; five siblings, Marsha (LeRoy) Dugan, Steve (Mary) Aulwes, Jim Aulwes, Sue (Bill) Rademacher, Bill Aulwes and many other relatives and friends. 

Deb was preceded in death by two brothers, Mike and Dennis Aulwes. 

In lieu of flowers and all styles of sympathy, the family requests memorials and they may be mailed to 406 4th St., Garber, IA 52048

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