Levi Kvasnikoff (1993 - 2018)

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Levi Boris Kvasnikoff set off on his next adventure on Feb. 26, 2018, seeking new places to hunt and fish. Levi will be remembered for his daredevil ways, his mischievous smirk and his unhindered zest for life. He was a very hard worker and always took care of anyone that needed him. He had such a deep passion for the outdoors: a true environmentalist at heart. He enjoyed the ocean and learned to surf snorkel and dive. Levi had an eye for photography and could always catch the beautiful little moments in life that mattered the most.
He loved visiting "back home" at his grandparents so he could go commercial fishing with his grandfather who says, "he was the fastest fish picker anywhere." He also loved to go up Naknek Lake and camping at Smelt Creek. Levi had a great appreciation for his mom, who raised him to be the wonderful man he grew up to be. Levi made his home in Oregon, where he met the greatest accomplishment and love of his life, Kathleen; together they made a made a life of raising their three children. He enjoyed living in Oregon and seeking the new adventures that life had brought. Levi had a knack for making people laugh; anyone that met him could understand what a remarkable man he was.
Levi is a soul that shall never be forgotten, he is remembered by his fiancee, Kathleen; their three children, Makinzey, Tanner and Liam; mother, Ruthann Angasan and her partner Chester; father, Paddy Kvasnikoff and his wife Deb; sister, Joni and husband Olaf and their three children, Arianna, Odin and Brynja; brother, Cyrus and girlfriend Sarah; sister, Angel; brother, Basil; sister, Marlene; and grandparents, Ralph and Clara Angasan; as well as many aunts, uncles and cousins. He is preceded in death by great-grandparents, Trefon and Vera Angasan; Peter and Annie Nielsen; grandparents, Paddy and Minnie Dora Kvasnikoff; and nephew, Grayson.
Published in Anchorage Daily News from Mar. 16 to Mar. 17, 2018