Kurt Zimmerman, age 46, of St. Francis, died unexpectedly at his home on May 20, 2016. Funeral service will be 2 PM Wednesday, May 25th with visitation 1 hour prior to the service. There will be a sharing time during the lunch after the service. Visitation also 5-8 PM Tuesday, May 24th all at the Strike Funeral Home in Isanti.
Kurt Fredrick Zimmerman was born December 11, 1969 in Seattle, Washington to Kurt Fredric and Carole (White) Zimmerman. He lived his early years in Seattle and when he was 13 years old his family moved to Vadnais Heights and he graduated from White Bear High School, Class of 1988. He met his future wife, Tracy, in high school. He married Tracy Toupal on July 3, 1999.They made their first home in Blaine and then moved to St. Francis in 2001. Kurt was employed by Molin Concrete in Lino Lakes. His young children were his greatest joy. Recently he enjoyed walking his dogs.
Kurt Zimmerman, age 46, of St. Francis died unexpectedly on May 20, 2016 at his home at the age of 46 years, 5 months and 9 days
Kurt is survived by his wife, Tracy; children, Ashley, Brittany and Cassandra all of St. Francis; his 2 dogs, Titan and Diesel; parents, Fred and Carole Zimmerman of Vadnais Heights; twin sister, Deborah (Dave) Bloom of Oak Grove; mother-in-law, Sandra Thede of Anoka; sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Kimberly (Drew) Howard of Ramsey; 1 niece and 3 nephews; and many other relatives and friends.
Drew Howard says
To a good man, husband and father. I’ve known Kurt for 15 plus years. He and I got along really good for just being 2 guys who were kinda forced together by the women we love. I am one of kurts brother in laws. His wife Tracy and my wife Kim are sisters. Kurt and Tracy have always had our backs. They let us stay with them when we moved home from Colorado no questions asked. Kurt came and rescued my bike when I couldn’t drive it. He would let us borrow his trailer to haul our 4 wheelers around. And There is much much more he has done for us in the past. Kurt and I do have a few things in common that helped our relationship , we both love our motorcycles , video games, and most of all hiking around the outdoors with our family and our dogs. To a good man thank you Kurt.
Rest in peace my friend.
Neil & Kathy Tangen says
Our sympathy and prayers
Neil & Kathy Tangen
My thoughts and prayers for Tracy and the girls.
I couldn’t ask for better neighbors. Thanks for all the help through the years. rest in peace Kurt I guess the bike ride will have to wait tell we meet again.
Carol Vanderpool says
My heartfelt sympathy for your loss.