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Lawrence Bergseng 11/14/2022

Lawrence Bergseng 11/14/2022

Lawrence “Larry” J. Bergseng, age 79, a life-long resident of New Richmond passed away Monday, November 14, 2022 surrounded by his family at his home. He was born the son to Lawrence A. and Mary (Tomasiak) Bergseng on May 18, 1943 in New Richmond. He graduated from New Richmond High School. In 1970, he married Kathy Kiekhoefer, the couple was blessed with two daughters, Tracy and Candi. Larry worked for 32 years at Krueger’s Super Valu and 10 years at McDonald’s. He was a huge fan of the Packer’s and Badgers and absolutely loved NASCAR and Johnny Cash. Larry enjoyed spending time with his children and grandchildren and was well known and a friend to many in town from the years of service at the grocery store and restaurant. He was preceded in death by his parents, Lawrence and Mary; nephew, Scott Bergseng; brother-in-law, Dave Wold, in-laws, Lyle and Marilyn Kiekhoefer; and aunt, Marion Bergseng. Larry is survived by his wife, Kathy Bergseng; daughters, Tracy (Nick) Hemer, Candi (Kip Kling) Bergseng; grandchildren, Brittney, Riley, Hannah, Sam, Hunter; as well as great-grandchildren, Wesley, Sadie, Sophie, Rory and baby girl on the way; his brother, Bob (Linda) Bergseng; nephew, Bobby (Paula) Bergseng; and brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews. A celebration of Larry’s life was held on Sunday, November 20, 2022 from 1:00-4:00 pm at the American Legion Post #80 in New Richmond. Cremation services provided by Bakken-Young Funeral & Cremation Services.

3 Comments

  • Melissa Hexum Maple Posted November 15, 2022 3:55 pm

    So sorry to hear of Larry’s passing, Mark & I send our condolences.

  • Janet Praschak Posted November 15, 2022 8:53 pm

    Thoughts & prayers to the family.

  • Steve Frey Posted November 17, 2022 5:39 am

    I first met Larry while working at Kruegers Super Value during my high school years in the mid 1970’s. He always had an upbeat and humorous attitude and made the work day a bit brighter with his words of wisdom and smile, he was a true “people person”.

    I can still see his wry smile as the more seasoned high school crew was setting up the newbie employee with some harmless mischievous prank, he would give us a quick glance, and his ever present “oh my” smirk, shake his head and walk away! Some people you never forget he was one of them. My best to the family.

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