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Kevin Peterson, of rural Isle, passed away on Friday, December 23, 2011 at the Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis.  He was 57 years old.

MEMORIAL SERVICE will be held at 3:00 pm on Friday, December 30, 2011 at the Akkerman Ingebrand Funeral Home of Mora.

MEMORIAL VISITATION will be held 1 hour prior to the service.

Kevin Byron Peterson, of rural Isle, passed away on Friday, December 23, 2011 at the Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  He was 57 years old.

Kevin was born on March 30, 1954 in Mora, Minnesota to parents Byron and Virgean (Dullum) Peterson.  Born the youngest of four children, he grew up in Mora and graduated from Mora High School in 1972.  He later attended St. Cloud Technical School and North Hennepin Junior College.

Kevin married Maggie Horan of Cambridge in 1973 and they became the parents of one son, Matt.  Later in 1990, Kevin was united in marriage to Terry Enerson of Brooklyn Park, and they became the parents of Tara and Tanner.

Kevin played both softball and basketball for the National Championship Rolling Gophers and Rolling Thunder wheelchair teams.  He was an avid fisherman and hunter.

Kevin was preceded in death by his father Byron Peterson.

He is survived by his mother Virgean Peterson of Mora, children Matt (Debbie) Peterson of McGrath; Tara (Mike) Peterson of Big Lake; and Tanner (Kjersten) Peterson of Monticello.  He was proud to be “Grandpa” to Alyssa and Matt Jr. Peterson; Destany, Tyler, Serenity, Tatiana, Riley, Madison, and Lillee Peterson; siblings Dianne Gates of Staples; Steven (Janice) Peterson of Mora; and Darlene Peterson of Pagosa Springs, CO; many other relatives and friends.

12 thoughts on “KEVIN BYRON PETERSON”

  1. Dad I am going to miss you; I love you so much. You are one awesome papa and dad Thank you dad May you RIP and I will find peace knowing you are with your boys and I all the time and all your beatuiful grandbabies both your sons and I have given you. We will miss you dad Love you around the world and back… Your baby girl

  2. Me sonia colten and stacy are going to miss you alot kp its going to be hard to go up north every weekend and not see you and hang out so I guess we will just remember all the good times we had.we love you and when you see Jan and stacy up there tell them we said hi and we love them.

  3. You were a great man and will be missed by many. Make sure you keep a close eye on those great children. They really need some of your strength right now. Till we meet again.

  4. KP we will miss you greatly. That Huge smile and laugh. I’m so glad we got to see this summer. The times at Karpin’s,your house, the pheasent trips with Keegan and the times you made it to Staples to visit. Rest in peace. Sorry we won’t be able to make it over to send you off but we’ll have one in your honor.

  5. To all KP’s family.
    We are very sorry for your loss. Our heart goes out to each and every one of you.

  6. I was so glad I got to see you this Fall. We were laughing and having such a good time. Your laugh and radiant smile always made for a good time. You will be greatly missed by all your friend and relatives. Rest in Peace my Friend.

  7. Went through grade school and high school with Kevin and we were pretty close friends back then. Life changes and I had not seen him for many years now but I have many memories of our younger years as friends. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. Rest in peace my friend.

  8. K.P.
    Where to start? Although all of us could not be there to send you off properly, please rest knowing we all LOVED you just the same and you will leave a huge gap in our extended family.

    We will treasure all those memories we have of laughing, teasing and picking on one another in fun.

    Who knew our hug in September would be the last? Tell Jan she is right. You always have to give a hug goodbye.

    We know you are in a better place, no pain and no more suffering. We all cannot wait to see that smile and hear that contagious laugh again. We are sure you will great each of us on a red four wheeler!

    Until then our dear friend, We will think of you often and with a smile.

    With all of our Love the Roger Weber Family

  9. My dear, dear brother-in-law. A year ago, you were my rock when Steve had his heart surgery. And now, I will try to be his rock and comfort him in his loss, in our loss. We will miss you SO MUCH! You would have loved the Memorial Service and the after-party, all your great friends and wonderful relatives together and talking about you, enjoying the memories, your great laugh, your smile, your unmatched wit, your wonderful, wonderful children and beautiful grandchildren. You have lived a CHARMED life but it was over much too soon. We look forward to seeing you in Heaven!

  10. Just found out that your funeral was on Friday and would have been there if I’d have known. Remembering the times out on Mille Lacs, the Hill and so on. Fun and crazy times that they were. You will be remembered and missed by many. R.I.P. Kevin .

  11. You were a great friend many, many years ago; I am so sorry for the loss your family is feeling; God bless all of you.

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