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Norman T. Rosseland

June 18, 1944 — April 6, 2024

Lake Zurich

Norman T. Rosseland, 79, of Lake Zurich, died peacefully at home on Saturday, April 6, 2024.

He was born on June 18, 1944, to Assmund and Astrid Rosseland in Chicago, IL.

He lived his life as a free spirit and loving soul. He was there for his friend/his first love when she/we needed him most. He loved his family regardless of how flawed each of us are. He wasn’t a perfect person, but are any of us? He believed in the Viking way, and hopefully he is living his best life in Valhalla. He enjoyed listening to people’s life stories and sharing his own. He openly shared how his mental and physical demons were mostly created by the government. He found peace when he discovered that the challenges he experienced were due to being treated like a guinea pig. Imagine being used as a human test subject and being exposed to LSD, anthrax and other poisonous drugs by your own government. That was his reality, and it took him most of his life to prove this. Many people would give up and make excuses, but our dad challenged the United States government and uncovered the truth. As a result, he has the certificate from the United States Army to validate it.

He did his best with the cards he was dealt. Life is a journey, and his was a roller coaster that most of us couldn’t handle. In the end he just wanted to be loved by his family. He earned my love and hopefully he earned all of yours. Love you, dad!

Norman was the loving father of Rebecca (Michael) Cooper, Norman Rosseland II, Erling (Kerin Bente) Rosseland, Zachary Rosseland, and Matthew (Laura) Rosseland; dear grandfather of Veronica, Reid, Cade, Aria, and Brielle; and fond brother of Erling (Monika) Rosselend.

He was preceded in death by his daughter, Veronica Rosseland and his brother, Arthur Rosseland.

Funeral Services will be privately held.

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