Anna Mae BERGQUIST
Anna Mae BERGQUIST
Submitted by Gayle M. Garrett
Anna Mae Bergquist, 14
Anna Mae Bergquist was born October 21, 1995, in Sioux Falls, SD, to Bryan and
Treva (Wilson) Bergquist. She passed away Tuesday, June 29, 2010, as a result of
a vehicle accident in rural Trego County at the age of 14.
In May of 2010, Anna graduated from the Trego Grade School.
She was a member of Christ the King Catholic Church where she was a mass server
and was looking forward to participating in the CYO group. Anna also was a
member of the school cheerleading squad, volleyball team, track team and took
dance classes. She was adamantly opposed to playing basketball even though she
was tall. She was secretary of the Busy Kansans 4-H Club in WaKeeney.
Anna’s great spirit of love and love for people was reflected in her social
activities. Her artisitc personality was demonstrated in the many pictures she
drew, sidewalks she chalked, and pictures she picniked on face book. She had a
huge heart for her friends and family. She also enjoyed horseback riding
whenever time allowed.
Those left to mourn her passing are her parents, Bryan and Treva; a sister,
Audra; paternal grandparents, Don and DeAnna Bergquist; maternal grandmother,
Verlene Wilson; and a great-grandmother, Lydia Schoenberger; uncle Clayton
Wilson and wife, Kizmin; aunt Dana Strickland and husband, Patrick Mintner; and
three cousins, Gunner Wilson, Bryce Strickland, and Blayke Mintner.
Her maternal grandfather, Jack Wilson; and great-grandparents, Vic Schoenberger,
Rudy and Viola Bergquist, and Clifford and Madie Newland preceded her in
Interment is in Christ the King
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