Richard Carl ‘Dick’ Roseberry

November 26, 1944 ‒ April 23, 2021

Marion, Ohio

Richard Carl ‘Dick’ Roseberry, age 76, of Marion, died unexpectedly Friday, April 23, 2021 at home.

Dick was born in Marion, Ohio on November 26, 1944 to the late Carl Rue and Mary Ann (Pinchock) Roseberry.  He graduated from Marion Harding High School in 1962.  Shortly after graduation, Dick entered the US Army where he was stationed in Germany during the Vietnam War.  After his term in the service, he remained a member of the National Guard until his honorable discharge in 1984.

Dick worked in at Tecumseh Products, Rockwell International, BMI Industries and later retired from the United States Post Office.

He married Margaret Meade (Lane) on September 11, 2003.  She passed away on January 1, 2015.

Dick was a true friend and family man.  He enjoyed attending ALL of his daughter’s and grandchildren’s events trying never to miss a thing! He valued relationships and treasured long term and new friendships alike, always making the effort to keep in touch.  He was kind, sentimental and extremely thoughtful. His joy came from making others happy! Dick was always on the go and loved to travel. He especially liked visiting historical sites and the ocean at the Outer Banks!  He enjoyed being outside, working in his yard, walking his dog, fishing and going to baseball and football games.  He was a life long Buckeye fan and long time Cleveland Browns and Indians fan.  He enjoyed genealogy, tracing his family history, eating out and his weekly visits with “the breakfast bunch” from the Post Office.  Most important to Dick, were his values and faith in God that he instilled in his daughter and grandsons, simply by living them out.

Dick will be missed by so many but especially by his daughter, Marni Stiles of Marion; grandchildren, Zayin, Kian, and Chayton Stiles; great-grandson, Benico Montalvo; Barbara Schneider, her children and grandchildren (California); brother, Steve (Marilyn) Roseberry, nieces;  JoAnn Arend , Kathy Cermak, Sheri (Jeff) Horn ; loving companion, Sandy Coy and his dog (best friend) named “George W.”.

Visitation will be held at Snyder Funeral Homes, Gunder/Hall Chapel, 347 West Center St., Marion, on Thursday, April 29, 2021 from 4 until 7 pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10 am Friday, April 30, 2021 at St. Mary Catholic Church, 251 N. Main Street, with Father Thomas Buffer presiding. Burial will follow in St. Mary’s Cemetery.

Snyder Funeral Homes, Gunder/Hall Chapel is honored to serve Dick’s family.  Online condolences may be expressed by visiting

  • You will be missed dearly! Thank you for loving my mom and being a part of our family! ♥️

  • Dick you will be missed by so many. What a good man and friend you are. Memories will always be special to us and we know you will be welcomed with open arms in Heaven. Goodbye dear friend. Prayers Marni and family. You had a special Dad.

  • Dick was a true gentleman. He and Margaret made a sweet couple. We will miss them both.

  • So sorry for your loss Marni and boys. Your dad/grandfather loved you all so much. We will miss him. He was a great guy. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Brent and Keren Davidson

  • RIP Dick. Marni our thoughts and prayers are with you and the kids as you go through this sad time.

  • My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this unexpected loss. We, Billy and me, will definitely miss Dick. Such a kind soul, gone too soon.

    Love, Tunis and Billy

  • Thank you Dick for your friendship. You and Margaret helped me through a rough time in my life when I needed a friend. Give her a big hug from me up there in heaven. Our “breakfast club” will have an empty chair but your mail carrier stories will continue through us. Rest in peace Dick as you have been “Returned to Sender”. Polly

  • Marni,
    Sorry for your loss. It has been years since we have talked, but always on my thoughts and prayers.

  • To Dicks family…Dick was truly a nice guy, and fun to be around. It was great to have known Dick he will be sorely missed….Our deepest condolences to his family…

  • Marni, Steve and Marilyn and all the rest of the family, So sorry Dick left us too soon. Just a genuinely nice and caring guy. My heart goes out to all of you. His angels have already carried him to heaven. Peace and Blessings to all.
    Sally Pinchock

  • Dick was a good man and a great neighbor. Dick stood up for what he believed in. He will be missed. May GOD be with the family.

  • Worked with Dick at Tecumseh and enjoyed every minute. Sorry to hear of his passing. Prayers for all!

  • To Marni and your extended family:
    We are remembering you while reading about the passing of your father. Sending you deep condolences.