Terry R. Besemer

Terry R. Besemer

NEW ULM — Terry R. Besemer, age 51, of New Ulm, died Sunday, August 4, 2019 as the result of an automobile accident.

A memorial service will be at 7 p.m. on Friday, August 9, 2019 at the Minnesota Valley Funeral Home – SOUTH Chapel in New Ulm. Graveside service will take place at 10 a.m. on Saturday, August 10, 2019 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Cemetery in New Ulm.

Visitation will be from 4-7 p.m. on Friday at the Minnesota Valley Funeral Home – SOUTH CHAPEL in New Ulm.

To leave an online condolence for the family, or to sign the guestbook, please visit: www.mvfh.org

Terry is survived by his daughters, Karissa (Jay) Geisthardt of Rochester and Lexi (Adam Herzog) Schablin of Redfield, SD; a son, Nicholas (Sarah) Besemer of Litchfield; grandchildren, Caden, Raina and Olivia Besemer; special friend, Peggy Wilfahrt of New Ulm, and her children, Taylor (Cody Kohn) Wilfahrt of Courtland, Zach Wilfahrt of Minneapolis, and Isaac Wilfahrt of Duluth; mother, Doreen Besemer of New Ulm; grandmother, Virginia Milbrett of New Ulm; a sister, Tammy (Charlie Panipto) Edelbach of Lima, NY; brother, Troy (Lorrie) Besemer of St. Cloud; a nephew, Josh Edelbach of Lima, NY; and his nieces, Briana Edelbach of Lima, NY, Elizabeth Besemer of New Ulm, and Alyssa Besemer of Lafayette.

He was preceded in death by his father, Robert; and his grandparents.

Terry Robert Besemer was born on October 28, 1967 in New Ulm to Robert and Doreen (Milbrett) Besemer. He attended New Ulm High School. Terry worked as a driver for D & A Trucking for 25 years, and was employed as a press operator at BIC Graphics in Sleepy Eye for the past several years. Terry loved spending time with friends and family. He had so many groups of friends that truly became part of his family. He enjoyed fishing and hunting, especially with his grandkids and friend’s children. He loved going to the Boundary Waters every year with his buddies. He was happiest at Rice Lake. He enjoyed working on demolition cars with his friends. He loved watching the grandkids play sports. He was always one to make everyone laugh and have a good time. His infectious smile and laughter will be missed by all.

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