Obit: Andreasen, Bradley D. (1961 – 2018)
Surnames: Andreasen, Buchanan, Lower, Brzezinski, Wennescheimer, Kuba
Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, WI) 26 Sep 2018
Andreasen, Bradley D. (3 JAN 1961 – 12 AUG 2018)
Fort Collins, CO - Bradley Dean Andreasen, 57, formerly of Withee, WI, passed away in Fort Collins, Colorado on Sunday, August 12th, 2018.
Brad was born on January 3, 1961, and adopted by Norman and Charlotte (Buchanan) Andreasen. The third of four children, he grew up on a dairy farm near Withee. He attended the Owen-Withee school district and the Eau Claire school district, and was a member of Nazareth Lutheran Church in Withee. He participated in 4-H and the Future Farmers of America.
Brad spent most of his adult life in Colorado. He worked in a variety of jobs, including as a cook, carpentry, and enjoyed spending his free time enjoying the outdoors.
He married Kathleen Elizabeth Lower in Fort Collins, Colorado on June 25, 1983. The couple's son, Joshua Ryan Andreasen, was born on November 19, 1986. Brad and Kathy later divorced.
Brad is survived by his son, Joshua Andreasen, of Vail, Colorado. He is also survived by three siblings: Rodney Andreasen of Eau Claire, Wisconsin; Bethany Andreasen of Minot, North Dakota; and Cara (Gary) Brzezinski of Hobart, Wisconsin; two nieces: Tyra (Gregory) Wennesheimer of Green Bay, Wisconsin, and Krista Kuba of Green Bay, Wisconsin; one nephew: Nathan Stock Andreasen of Arizona; and three great-grand nieces: Aubrey and Charlotte Kuba of Green Bay, Wisconsin; and Ella Stock Andreasen. He was preceded in death by his parents, Norman and Charlotte Andreasen.
Funeral services will be held on Saturday, September 29th at Nazareth Lutheran Church in Withee, Wisconsin. Visitation will begin at 1:00 p.m. Service will be held at 2:00 p.m.
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