Denise Speckel, age 54, of Isanti passed away October 29, 2017 at Cambridge Medical Center after a long battle with cancer. A visitation will be held from 5 – 7 P.M. Thursday, November 2nd at Strike Life Tributes in Isanti followed by Prayer Service starting at 7:00 P.M.
Denise T. Speckel was born March 5, 1963 in Appleton, Minnesota. She attended high school in Coon Rapids. Denise loved to travel, especially riding motorcycle with her husband, Tim. She loved the outdoors, camping, fishing and spending time at their cabin in McGregor. Most of all she loved being with her family. She cherished her kids and grandkids. Denise was dearly loved and will be forever missed.
Denise passed away October 29, 2017 at Cambridge Medical Center after a long battle with cancer at the age of 54 years, 7 months and 24 days.
She is survived by her husband, Tim; son, Jason (Lisa) Wiehle; daughter, Ashlee (Travis) Fisher; parents, Bill and Ruby Taylor; grandchildren, Tyler and Abby; brother, Jeff Taylor; parents-in-law, Gerald and Jane Speckel; and many other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her father, Dennis Olson.
Candace & Brad Schanbachler says
When I think of Denise I hear her giggling. She’s in paradise now, but it’s sad for all left behind. She was taken far too soon.
My sympathy to everyone❣️
Sandy Moseng says
I have so many wonderful memories of Denise. She always took the time to make me feel like part of what ever was going on being the youngest. I will always remember her laugh that made everyone laugh. You are all in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. ❤️
RIP cousin Niecy. 😢😇🙏
Renae and Michael O'Malley says
I always loved seeing Denise when you came to visit. She was always smiling and laughing. So sad she was taken away so young. Cherish the wonderful memories. Keeping you all on our thoughts and prayers.
Jason Wiehle says
I miss my mom. I enjoy reading the comments left. I wanted to leave a memory. I remember back when we lived in the apartment we only had one ac unit in the living room. I remember on hot summer nights my Mom, Ashlee, and I would sleep out in the living room together. I think as a eight year old the heat never bothered me, but I loved the excuse of sleeping with my Mom and Sister. We would fall asleep telling stories, talking about our day, and laughing.