Jack Lorentzen Obituary Westfield NJ, Jack Lorentzen has passed away

Jack Lorentzen Obituary, Death – On Saturday Lorentzen, who was a resident of Delano, California, and had reached the age of 22 years old, passed away. His parents, Richard and Robyn (Oveson) Lorentzen, who lived in the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota, in the state of Minnesota, were there to greet him as he entered the world on November 10, 1991. His parents were residents of Minnesota. Lorentzen had the most beautiful smile, and he exuded the kind of magnetic personality that could completely change the atmosphere of a room simply by being there.

He was able to do this by influencing the people who were in the room. Golf, hockey, and baseball were among his all-time favorite sports to compete in, and he was an outstanding athlete in a wide variety of different sports. He treasured the time he got to spend with his family, particularly when they went on vacation up north to do things like tubing, water skiing, and fishing. In particular, he cherished the time he got to spend with his family on vacation. Most of all, he treasured the time he got to spend with his loved ones, especially his family.

He is survived by his fiancee Ale Henriquez; his parents, father Richard Lorentzen and friend Shannon Barrett, and mother Robyn Lorentzen and friend Gaston Bravo; brothers Jake Lorentzen and Jack Lorentzen; grandparents Ted Lorentzen, Mary Lorentzen, Larry Oveson, Mary Bartlett, and Jack Bartlett; godparents Robert Oveson and Jill Downs; along with a large number of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

At 10:30 in the morning onĀ  at the St. Peter Catholic Church in Delano, Minnesota, a Memorial Mass of Christian Burial was held in memory of the person who had passed away the previous day, which was on . The state of Minnesota served as the gathering place for the service. There was a get-together of friends and family in Martha’s Hall of St. Peter Catholic Church from 9:30 to 10:30 in the morning on Wednesday, before the start of Mass. This occurrence took place prior to the beginning of the Mass. If you are unable to send flowers, please consider making a contribution to the memorial in lieu of sending flowers.