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David Walberg, of Mora, passed away on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at his nephew’s home.  He was 58 years old.

MEMORIAL SERVICE will be held at 10:30 am on Friday, February 22, 2019 at the Akkerman Ingebrand Funeral Home.

MEMORIAL VISITATION will be held 1 hour prior to the service, beginning at 9:30 am.

David Scott Walberg, of Mora, Minnesota, passed away unexpectedly in his sleep on February 19, 2019 at his residence in Mora. He was 58 years old.

David was born on September 28, 1960 in Saint Paul, Minnesota to parents Leonard and Wanetta (Sanders) Walberg. He grew up in Lino Lakes and attended Circle Pines High School. He later went on to complete his GED at age 21 from Pine Technical College. He moved to Mora in about 1978 following his sister Carol. He worked at Sheller Globe (later as EPC) from about 1979 to 1996. He then was employed by Land O Lakes (Dean Foods) from 1997 until 2017. On September 11, 1981, David was united in marriage to Mary Wicklund at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Brunswick MN. Together they lived in Mora and built their home on the Snake River where they raised their two daughters Sara and Sally. They eventually divorced.

On July 18, 1998, David married Kit Blackowiak at the First Lutheran Church in Rush City MN. Through this union he gained two additional children, Tausha and Jason. In November 2014, David endured the loss of his daughter Sally and his newborn granddaughter Brooklyn, which forever altered his remaining years. He was deeply saddened by these losses. Kit and Dave then divorced and he continued to reside in Mora.

David loved cooking, cars, football, NASCAR, gardening, outdoor sports, singing, and finding deals. He was very generous and kind, and would give without hesitation to his family and friends in need. He was so very proud of his kids and grandkids. David had a strong inner strength and work ethic. He celebrated over 34 years of sobriety and was involved in AA in the early years. He instilled in his kids that they could do anything as long as they worked hard for it. He was a loving father, brother, son, spouse, grandfather-the best you could have! Family, unconditional love & kindness to all were his guiding principles. He will be dearly missed by his family, friends, and all that knew him.

David was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Gary, Richard, and Robert; daughter Sally; and granddaughters, Brooklyn and Katlin.

He is survived by his daughters, Sara (Mike) Telander of Otsego, Tausha (Dan) Dunlap of North Branch, and son Jason Blackowiak of Eden Prairie; brother John (Audrey) of Ogilvie; sisters, Jean Crawford of Forest Lake; Janet Mategko of Blaine; Carol Froemming of Mora; sister-in-law Bernadette Walberg of Coon Rapids; grandchildren, Allissa, Haylee, Gracey, Axel, Leo, and Hazel; nephews, Dennis, Craig, Clinton, Robert, Jerry, Mike, Garrison, Joseph, and Fabrice; nieces, Julie, Jean, Janet, Jeannine, Lisa, Stacy, Bridgget, and Carolyn; as well as numerous great nieces and nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.


7 thoughts on “DAVID S. WALBERG”

  1. Sara ,
    You and all of your family are in our prayers during this difficult time. Prayers to each of you,
    Love, Steve & Gerry Wicklund

  2. RIP, my old friend. I’m smiling thinking back on calling you Ernest T. Bass and you doing the perfect impression of the character. We were great friends back in the day, and I’ll never forget you. I’m so sad learning of the hardships and losses you and your family suffered. I pray you now have peace. My sympathy and thoughts go out to the family.

  3. Deepest condolences to the family. Dave truly touched my self and my children’s lives. He Weill be deeply missed.

  4. RIP Dave, you were great Boss back in the days at EPC! We had lots of fun back then and have never been forgotten! Send many thoughts and prayers to all, and that laugh of yours was contagious !!

  5. I have nothing but the fondest memories of David although it has been many many years since we have seen each other. He was somewhat of a mentor to me as I grew up on the farms in Circle Pines with my Grandpa Arnold and Uncle Len. I am truly sorry for your loss and it saddens my heart that I did not keep in touch! Although I did not know his family, they are in my thoughts and prayers.

  6. The best deer hunting season I ever had was with Dave and his nephews Joe, Garry and their friend Tim. He was a great friend and neighbor who put everybody first in time of need.

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