BRITTNEY ROSE LANDSVERK

Brittney

 

Brittney Rose Landsverk, age 20, was recovered from the Cannon River on June 27, 2010 following a car accident that occurred on April 2, 2010.

Memorial services will be held on Wednesday, July 7, 2010 at Our Saviorís Lutheran Church, Faribault, at 10:00 a.m. with the Reverend David Brown and the Reverend Dennis Tamke of Fourth Avenue United Methodist Church, Faribault, officiating.

A memorial visitation will be held at the Boldt Funeral Home on Tuesday, July 6th from 3 to 8 p.m. and also at the church on Wednesday for one hour prior to the service.

Brittney Rose was born on November 28, 1989 in Kyonggi-Do, South Korea and arrived in the loving arms of Ron and Kelly Landsverk on May 1, 1990. She graduated from Faribault High School with the class of 2008. She was a member of the Emerald Dance Team, which won three state championships. She attended South Central College, Mankato, and was most recently employed by Our Home South and The Signature Restaurant. Brittney was planning on going back to school to pursue a career in photography. She loved to spend time at the lake, especially wakeboarding and boating. She also enjoyed music and spending time with her family and friends. Brittney was a member of Fourth Avenue United Methodist Church, Faribault.

She is survived by her parents, Ron and Kelly Landsverk; her maternal grandparents, Don and Jeanne Michel of Morristown; a great grandmother, Gerry Gibbs of Faribault; six aunts and uncles, Marie (and Gordy) Behnken of Menahga, Dorothy (and Richard) Willhaus of Akeley, Alyce (and Randy) Carlson of Cedar Rapids, IA, Kim (and Tom) Bossmann of Faribault, Karrie (and Cris) Van Zuilen of Medford and Kathie (and Kevin) Vrieze of Faribault; and many cousins, other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, Kenneth and Rose Landsverk.
 


Guest Book Memories Will Be Recorded Below


Roger and Pam Heiden

rogerpamheiden@gmail.com

Thursday July 08, 2010

We have been praying for you since we heard of Brittney's missing. We are thankful that you may now know that she has gone home to met her grandma Rose who she was named after. May you find the strength to go forward now that you can have some kind of closer to this chapter. Celebrate the good times. May the good Lord keep you always.


Todd Hullett and Alissa Hullett

Wednesday July 07, 2010

Dear Ron and Kelly, we are deeply sadden by your loss. There doesn't seem like there are any words that can really ease the loss. Only the celebration of your daughters life and love. be gentle with yourselves and take refuge in others. Peace.


Randy and Kelly Pirkl

randy58@charter.net

Tuesday July 06, 2010

Ron and Kelly,

Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with you through this difficult time. It is good that Brittney was found so that you guys can have some closure for what has been a difficult time for you. Times like this make you realize how important family is. God is taking care of Brittney now and your friends will help take care of you. It has been a privelege getting to know the both of you and you will be in our prayers. Sincerely, Randy and Kelly


Beth Onkka Stuckey

Monday July 05, 2010

Ron & Kelly,

Sending you love and hugs as you celebrate Brittney's life! Wishing you God's grace and peace, Beth


Le Ann Peterson

leannpete@msn.com

Monday July 05, 2010

Kelly,Ron;

We both know the heartache of wanting a child to complete your life and being unable to acheive that for so long. I share that

with you, I cannot imagine the raw pain it must create to lose that dream. I am so thankful she was found and returned

so you are not left wondering. Kirsten sends her love and prayers, she remembers how "sparkly" Brittney was at those family

reunions. I will see you at the service.

Love always;

LeAnn, Lowell & Kirsten


Sara Kaufman

decafmama@hotmail.com

Monday July 05, 2010

Ron, Kelly and family, Andy and I were so sad to hear about Brittney. We can't even imagine the pain of your loss! I remember how thrilled you were when Brittney arrived! I always enjoyed seeing Brittney's pictures as she grew up on my grandparents fridge. Just know that words fail at a time like this. You are loved and we are praying for you today.

Andy and Sara Kaufman


Sally Gray

paulsallygray@myclearwave.net

Sunday July 04, 2010

To the Lansverk family:

Please accept my deepest sympathy and heartfelt thoughts. You have been on my mind and in my prayers these last months. I feel honored and blessed to have met and photographed Brittney.

Wishing you God's Peace -

Sally Gray


Gregg & Heidi Heinsch

gheinsch@sbcglobal.net

Thursday July 01, 2010

Ron, Kelly, and family,

We grieve with you at such an unspeakable loss. We are praying for you...that Christ will make His presence and Gospel real in the midst of your pain.


John and Marilyn Michel

john.gbc@gmail.com

Thursday July 01, 2010

A wife who loses a husband is called a widow. A husband who loses a wife is called a widower. A child who loses his parents is called an orphan. But...there is no word for a parent who loses a child, that's how awful the loss is! - Neugeboren 1976, 154

May you all feel the healing that comes from comfort and love and fresh hope!


Jeff Sears

jeffrey.sears@gmail.com

Wednesday June 30, 2010

I am sorry for your loss and wish to extend my sincere condolences to the entire Landsverk family. You are all in my prayers and please be aware that you both are being held in the hearts of many people.


T Bauer

Wednesday June 30, 2010

Ron & Kelly and Family, I want to say i am so very Happy that your beautiful daughter was found, I have been praying from the beginning that someone would find her.. I hope and pray that now you and your family will have have the closure that is needed in this time, and that Brittney can now be that shinning star up above and she will shine down and watch over you....R.I.P Brittney and im so glad you were brought home to your loving family.....


Tim Stoll

Tuesday June 29, 2010

So sorry for your loss Kelly & Ron. I have been following your story from a far and now you can have closure. Take care and take comfort in the fact that you are surrounded by many caring family members and close friends near & far.


Kay Sexter Trench

kmtch@charter.net

Monday June 28, 2010

Bob and I have kept you both in our thoughts and prayers. Our daughter, Ann, died in January. We know how painful this is. Thankfully, you have each other, your extended family and a community that loves you both. May the peace of Jesus surround you, may the comfort of the Holy Spirit continue to encompass you. Sincerely, Kay Trench