Paige Marie Jacobi, 31, of Chelsea, Iowa, passed away on Sept. 13, 2021, at her home after a long, courageous
battle with cancer.
Paige was born Nov. 17, 1989, to Stuart and Dana (Taylor) Rosenberger in Grinnell, Iowa. She was raised in Tama, Iowa, and attended South Tama High School, class of 2008. Following school, Paige worked for care centers in Tama, Keystone, Dysart, Belle Plaine and, most recently, the Iowa Veterans Home in Marshalltown as a CNA and CMA. Her relationships with both her residents and coworkers meant the world to her.
Paige had a beautiful smile that was truly contagious, and a quick-witted sense of humor that made her a fan favorite in almost any crowd. Her straight-forward, honest approach with people attracted some of the best friends a young lady could ask for. Paige enjoyed spending time with friends, listening to music, kayaking, hot tubbing, crafting and eating tasty foods. She also loved cuddling with her husband ... when her two French Bulldogs, Rascal and Myles, weren't nearby that is. But in all seriousness, Paige and Brady shared an unbreakable, passionate and inspiring love for one another. Paige's most cherished time was watching her children grow and making memories with her family on vacations.
Paige is survived by her husband, Brady Jacobi of Chelsea; children, Kinsley (9) and Kael (5); father, Stuart (Penny Wiese) Rosenberger of Belle Plaine; mother, Dana Taylor of Marion; grandmother, Ethel Rosenberger of Tama; siblings, Joshua (Kimberly Latzke) Rosenberger of Chelsea and Jake (Hannah) Rosenberger of Tama; stepmother, Angie Emerson Rosenberger of Indianola; stepbrother, Benjamin Blomme of New York; half-sister, Naomi (Kelly) Chyma of Tama; in-laws, Jim and Cindy Jacobi of Belle Plaine; sister-in-law, Ashley (Bill) Walton of Belle Plaine; grandmother-in-law, Delores Janss of Belle Plaine; and many more loving family and friends.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Tammy and Louie Taylor and George Rosenberger; uncle, Steve Rosenberger; brother-in-law, Blake Jacobi; and grandfather-in-law, Tom Janss.
Special thank-you to all who helped over these last couple of years.
Service is 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 18, at Christ United Methodist Church, Belle Plaine. Burial will take place at Oak Hill Cemetery, Belle Plaine.
Visitation is 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 17, at Hrabak-Neuhaus Funeral Service, Belle Plaine, with time for sharing at 7 p.m. Memorials may be directed to the family or a tribute fund has been established to assist with funeral expenses, which can be accessed at www.neuhausfuneralservice.com.