Minneapolis Bridge Collapse-Victims-Obituary

Minneapolis Bridge Collapse Victims


We invite you to share condolences for those who passed away in the bridge collapse in Minneapolis on August 1, 2007. To sign the Guest Book for an individual, please click on the appropriate link below. To share a general message of condolence, please click here.

  • Julia Blackhawk

  • Savage resident was mother of two and student at the Aveda Institute...
  • Peter Joseph Hausmann

  • Computer security specialist and a former missionary from Rosemount who met his wife, Helen, in Kenya...
  • Patrick Holmes

  • Mounds View resident starred as a pitcher at Winona State University in the early 1990s...
  • Christina Sacorafas

  • White Bear Lake resident was driving to church to teach a Greek folk dancing class...
  • Hanah Sahal

  • 2-year-old from Minneapolis, was travelling with her mother, Sadiya...
  • Sadiya Sahal

  • Nursing student from Minneapolis was on her way to pick up a friend who needed a ride home from work...
  • Richard Chit

  • St. Anthony resident had Down syndrome and was travelling with his mother...
  • Paul Eickstadt

  • Sara Lee driver from Mounds View had just begun work that afternoon...
  • Gregory Jolstad

  • Construction worker was on the crew resurfacing the bridge when it fell...
  • Vera Peck

  • St. Anthony resident was in a car with her son, Richard Chit...
  • Scott Sathers

  • Maple Grove resident worked in enrollment services at Capella University...
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My thoughts are still with you.

I am dearly sorry for the victims of the bridge collapse and their families. At Revelation 21:4 it says "He will will wipe out every tear from their eye and death will be no more neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be any more the former things have passed away." I am still very sorry for the victims and their families.

Time may past but our hearts still hang heavily for those who have left us. May we treasure their memories as they become more precious in weeks and months to come.

Psalms 147:3-He is healing the broken hearted ones; and binding their painful spots.

Our prayers are still with the Family's

Still thinking and praying for you and your families one year later. May God bless you all and keep you safe.

My prayers are with the families of lost ones.

There's never a teardrop that God doesn't see. He knows when a sparrow falls from a tree. There's never a moment when God doesn't care, Never a time when he won't hear our prayer. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. God Bless

My thoughts and prayers for all the families who lost loved ones during this horrific tragedy. May God Bless you during this difficult time. My deepest sympathy to all the family members.