Kate Bruggenschmidt Obituary, Death – 11-year-old Everyone who had the privilege of getting to know and love Kate Bruggenschmidt was left with a lasting memory of her because she was a young lady who exuded vitality, was compassionate and was goal-oriented. On July 26, 2015, early in the morning, Kate’s Bomb Squad 04 Team won a softball game, and after the game, she and several of her teammates went to one of their residences to hang out in between games.
Unfortunately, Kate passed away after being involved in an accident involving an ATV at one of their properties. The following is how the phrase would have been constructed if Kate had graduated from Castle High School this year: Many of the senior things that many people have been writing about, including her senior year, birthday, prom, graduation, and college visits, are things that her parents are missing out on.
EVERY year is a challenge, and EVERY milestone also has its own unique set of difficulties. Nonetheless, this year presents an especially difficult challenge. Those of us who are connected with her family are aware that, out of the ashes of their grief, they have created the Play for Kate Foundation, and as a result, they have triumphed. This foundation has been of great assistance to OUR community in a variety of different ways over the years.
In addition to providing financial support for this year’s CHS senior brunch, the organization was also instrumental in the passage of Helmet Law HEA1200, ATV Safety for Many Communities, Scholarships, Ball Tournaments, and the Construction of Playgrounds. All of these initiatives were funded by the organization. In honor of Kate’s recent graduation, I’d like to ask you to give some serious consideration to making a contribution to her organization.
There is NO amount that can be considered inadequate. If all of us donate even a little bit…possible it’s that we’ll be able to make a major difference. I am aware that many of us who are acquainted with her family is at a loss as to how we can help ease some of the sorrow that they are facing at this challenging time. This is something that I am aware of.