Roman Zeroth

Roman Zeroth

Roman Benjamin Zeroth, age 85 of Princeton, passed away peacefully at the Milaca Elim Home on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013 surrounded by his family after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer.
Roman was born on August 2, 1928 in St. Cloud, the son of Henry and Mary (Lommel) Zeroth. He grew up in the St Cloud area until he was 11 years old when his family moved to Princeton. Roman attended school to the 8th grade. Roman was a career employee for Federal Cartridge in Anoka, retiring in 1989.
Roman was united in marriage to Lorraine Polivka on June 23, 1948, at the St. Edwards Catholic Church in Princeton. Together Roman and Lorraine raised a family of five children. Lorraine preceded Roman in death. On May 3, 1997, Roman was remarried to Bernadette Keppers Meyer.
Roman enjoyed hunting pheasants and deer hunting. He also loved catching sunfish and northern and was especially proud of his cane fishing pole. Roman liked playing cards and games with his family and friends. Roman enjoyed gardening too. He was known as a compassionate and loving man who will be dearly missed by his family and friends. Roman was a life member of the Knights of Columbus.
Roman is survived by his wife Bernadette; children Marge Zeroth, Randy (Darlene) Zeroth and Mike (Sandy) Zeroth; grandchildren Bill (Londa) Weber, Corey (Kristi) Zeroth, Nathan (Amanda) Zeroth, Amanda (Mike) May, Ashley (Josh) Williams, Carter Zeroth and Nicholas Zeroth; great-grandchildren Hunter, Katarina, Elizabeth, Brady, Dylan, Stella, Lucas; sister, Laverne Sanford.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Mary; first wife Lorraine; son David Zeroth; daughter Trisha Zeroth; granddaughter Barbara Wordes; grandson Adam Zeroth; five sisters and two brothers.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held Wednesday, Oct. 16 at Christ Our Light Catholic Parish, North Campus in Princeton. Interment was in St. Edwars Catholic Cemetery, Princeton.

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