Brooke Allison Plan March 7, 1972 - September 2, 2019

Plan, Brooke (Gnadt, Speed) 47, of Apple Valley left this world unexpectedly on September 2nd while in her home.  She is survived by her two beloved children, Blake and Brynn.  She is also survived by her loving mother, Kathryn Karr; fathers, Mike Gnadt, Robert Speed and Greg Karr; sister Rebecca (Adam) Langer and countless loving family.  A service will be held on 11AM, Saturday, Sept 14thvat Willwerscheid Funeral Home, 1167 Grand Avenue, St. Paul, MN.  Visitation Friday, 3-8 at Willweschied.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred.

A service will be held on 11AM, Saturday, Sept 14th at Willwerscheid Funeral Home, 1167 Grand Avenue, St. Paul, MN.  Visitation Friday, 3-8 at Willweschied.

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    Chris Johnson says

    I will never forget Brooke’s kindness. May God give her eternal rest and the family the strength to bear the great pain.

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    Bob Naylor says

    I knew Brooke for her desire to be there for her kids, her determination to improve her life and the struggles that she grappled with. Praying for her family in this time of grief. She had a wonderful soul.

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    Nancy Foster says

    Kathy, my deepest condolences go out to you and your family. May your treasured memories bring you comfort, warm your heart, and help you face tomorrow.

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      Lynnette says

      My deepest sorrow is extended to the family and those who loved Brooke. I met Brooke as a neighbor in Eagan and I always thought she was so beautiful and such a wonderful mom. Rest In Peace.

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    Daralynn Johnson says

    I only knew Brooke when she was little. I babysat her and she was such a precious child. Over the years we lost touch but she was still a part of her cousins life (Heidi Gnadt- my daughter). I would hear stories of Brooke and Heidi’s adventures when they got together. Even from knowing her when she was small- she left “ footprints on my heart” . My thoughts and prayers are with all that loved her.

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