Memorial Fund for Lindsay Moosbrugger's Son, Luca Michael Strassener
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My name is Kacie Moosbrugger.  I am writing on behalf of myself and my sister Courtney.  Our sister Lindsay Frances Moosbrugger passed away on July 2nd, 2019 after losing her battle with depression and addiction.  We will remember her as a vibrant, dynamic person, full of life and love, always ready for any adventure.  Her death has been a devastating loss for our family.  Her son, Luca Michael Strassener, was born on March 7th to Lindsay and Thomas "TJ" Strassener.  He was born premature, with health complications that will require extensive testing and procedures that are unlikely to be covered by insurance.  Any help you can offer in Lindsay's memory to alleviate his medical expenses would be immensely appreciated by our family.  If there are any donations that are not needed for medical reasons, they will be transferred to a fund for Luca's education.  We humbly thank you in advance for honoring Lindsay's life and helping to take care of her son, as she would have wanted.  

Gratefully,

The Moosbrugger Family

Bill, Brenda, Kacie, and Courtney

 

Please share any photos, videos, condolences, or memories that you have of Lindsay at her memorial website, forevermissed.com/lindsaymoosbrugger . The website also has updated funeral and Celebration of Life information. The funeral is scheduled for 10:00 AM July 20th at Church of the Assumption, 51 7th St. W., St Paul, MN, 55102.  It will be a brief religious ceremony that will also include Luca’s christening;  visitation with the family, special music, and eulogies will take place at Lindsay’s Celebration of Life immediately afterward, at the Minnesota History Center, 345 Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul, MN, 55102.  All are welcome.  

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