Born to Oris and Clara Golberg in Osage, IA.
Graduates from Lyle High School.
Works as a contractor in Austin, MN until 1960.
Invents the Energy Efficient Rafter.
Serves in the U.S. Army until 1957.
Serves in the U.S. Army as a military policeman in Seoul, South Korea until 1957.
Is the superintendent of a Sunday school until 1974.
Is the owner and carpenter of Nels Golberg Construction until 1994.
Marries his wife, Shirley.
Has served as deacon and chairman of the congregation of the First Lutheran Church in Saint Ansgar, IA.
Commences his retirement.
Is featured for his military work in the Mason City Globe Gazette.
Becomes an official member of the American Legion.