In Memory of Brenda J. Soderberg

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Brenda Jean Soderberg, 57 of Hammond, Wisconsin was taken from us all too soon on Sunday, May 27, 2018. Brenda was the victim of a head on collision on Hwy 46 near Amery on the morning of May 27th.

Brenda was a wonderful woman that touched many people’s lives. Her family, especially her grandsons, was her pride and joy.   

Brenda was born on October 2, 1960 in St. Paul, Minnesota to Homer and Jean (Short) Goff. She was married to Keith Soderberg on June, 7 2008 in Glenwood City, Wisconsin. Brenda worked at Nexgen Communications in Glenwood City for 16 years. Brenda loved to be outside surrounded by flowers, playing with her grandkids, and crafting.

Left to honor Brenda and remember her love is her husband, Keith Soderberg; her children, Matthew (Jessica) Linkletter and Amanda (Ken Porter) Linkletter; three beloved grandsons; Caleb, Carson Linkletter, and Owen Porter; a brother, Homer (Mary) Goff; three nieces; an uncle, Mike (Renee) Goff; an aunt, Shirley (Jerry) Bergum; and several cousins and extended family. Brenda is preceded in death by her parents, Homer and Jean Goff and step-son, Dustin Soderberg.

A memorial service will be held at O’Connell Funeral Home in Baldwin, Wisconsin at a later date.

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Tributes (2):

  1. I was heart broken to hear that is was her… She was a wonderful person with a big ❤ and could light up a room with her smile. She’s going to be deeply missed. I am also going to be sending lots of prayers to the family as they try to make since of what had happened to this amazing women as they stand by her husbands side as he fights to make a full recovery.

  2. I was really saddened to hear that the world lost such an incredible woman. The first time I met Brenda it was at a National Guard picnic, and with my 2 little kids in tow she took me under her wing. Then we discovered that we both lived in Glenwood City- even though our spouses at the time were in the MN National Guard. That was the beginning of a long friendship; walking together, attending women’s bible studies, bonfires, and so many conversations. Our lives grew apart, but Brenda was the kind of friend that I could’ve called anytime and we would have picked up where we left off. Now I can’t, and I regret that. She was my “go-to” girlfriend for many years. I send my love to her kids. I can’t imagine your loss, but know I have you in my thoughts and prayers.