Kerri Ann “Kerbear” Andersen, 24, died unexpectedly at home on Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012, due to complications of Type 1 diabetes.
Funeral services are at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Badger Lutheran Church in Badger. Burial will be at the Badger Cemetery. Visitation is Sunday evening from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Johnson & Henry Funeral Home in Arlington.
Kerri was born Sept. 7, 1988, in Watertown to Terry and Peggy Andersen. She and her sister, Kelli, were the first set of twins born to a family in Badger.
She was baptized and confirmed at Badger Lutheran Church. She attended school in Arlington and earned her diploma in 2007.
During high school, Kerri was employed at the Arlington Community Library and Plagmans Food Center. She also assisted in the kitchen at Arlington School. After high school, she continued to live at home and worked serving meals to local community members with Badger Senior Meals. She was a member of the Badger Legion Auxiliary.
Kerri's greatest loves were music and her computer, pickles and sunflower seeds and the Green Bay Packers. She also loved drawing and comedians. She had a fabulous sense of humor and loved to make people laugh.
She shared a special bond with her grandma, Janice. She enjoyed visiting her uncles, Tim and Randy in Las Vegas and her aunt , Patty and her family in Tennessee. She loved shopping with her mom and going to Minnesota Twins games. While she was a person of few words around most, Kerri had a fun-loving spirit and will be missed very much by her family and friends.
She is survived by her parents, Terry and Peggy (Norgaard) Andersen, twin sister Kelli; younger sister Krystal; older sister Angie (Charlie) Haberl; grandparents Myron and Janice Andersen, Daryl and Phyllis Norgaard, and many aunts, uncles and cousins.