Nelson Sederstrom

Nelson Sederstrom

1989 - 2021

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Nelson J. Sederstrom, 31, of Prospect Avenue in Milwaukee, passed away unexpectedly at his home on Saturday, January 2, 2021. Nelson was born on September 18, 1989 in Green Bay, Wisconsin to John Sederstrom and the former Virginia Andrews. Nelson grew up in the Shawano area and attended Shawano schools. He was a lifelong learner, earning a Bachelor degree from UW Milwaukee and was currently enrolled at UW Milwaukee in a Master program. Nelson didn't have interests, he had passions. He was passionate about cycling. He wouldn't take a 5 or 10 mile ride, he would ride 50, 60, or 70 miles. Cycling through the beautiful trails in around Milwaukee, the city he loved. Stopping at his favorite churches, cemeteries, food trucks, and parks. He was passionate about yoga, chess, weight lifting, tennis, cooking (which he was great at,) his favorite artists; Madonna and Shirley Manson (Garbage band,) a love for horror and David Lynch movies. He loved to travel. Having been to Europe twice, Mexico numerous times, Peru, and many places in the United States. He had a smile that would light up the room. A sense of humor not everyone understood. Nelson will be greatly missed by family, relatives, best friend Bailey, close friends Britni, Lauren, Kayla, Marcelo, and many more. Survivors include his mother and step dad, Virginia and Dan Gregorius of Tomahawk; his dad and step mother, John and Sue Sederstrom of Bowler, Wisconsin; and a brother, Josh and Sabrina Sederstrom of Shawano. Nelson was also loved by many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Nelson Sederstrom’s life will be celebrated privately. Krueger Family Funeral and Cremation Service is assisting the family with arrangements. You may view the obituary and share online condolences at kruegerfamilyfuneral.com
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