Blake Lee Nohre, born on December 19th, 2005, tragically lost his life on July 14th, 2020 in a bicycle accident.
Blake was a loving and affectionate child who loved to cuddle. People knew Blake for his ear to ear grin, his energetic personality, and his smile, no matter the circumstances. His smile was contagious and others around him couldn’t help but smile hearing his laugh or one of his many jokes. Blake’s caring personality and desire to take care of those around him earned him the kindness award two years in a row at his school.
Blake, being the middle child, was reassured he was the ‘cream of the Oreo’, which also was his favorite part of an Oreo cookie- often eating the middle of the Oreo and leaving the rest of the cookie in the package for his family to find later.
Blake would have been entering the 9th grade and was excited to start high school. His patience and love of the outdoors led to many outdoor adventures. From his trophy turkey at 10 years old, to his hole in one in golf at age 12. Blake loved spending his time hunting, fishing, golfing, snowmobiling and camping with his family.
Blake is survived by his parents: Dave and Julie (Klingbeil) Nohre; brothers: Brock and Reed Nohre; Grandparents: Gustave Jr., and Joyce (McClellan) Klingbeil, Mark and Becky (Bitzan) Nohre; uncles and aunts: Scott and Christie (Primus) Nohre, Kayla Nohre, Jodie (Klingbeil) Tatro, Todd Klingbeil, and Shawn and Carrie (Repp) Klingbeil; cousins: Ashley, Chelsey, Kaitlyn, Amber, Kody, Ryan, Chase, Jayden, Landen, Shay, Jaxon, Sadie, and Sophia; and many close friends and extended family members.
Visitation will be held on Sunday, July 19, 2020, 4:00-7:00 PM at the Anderson Funeral Home. Funeral service will be held on Monday, July 20, 2020, 11:00 AM at St. Mary’s Church in Alexandria. Burial will be at Spruce Hill Cemetery. It is a requirement of St. Mary's Church that everyone wear a mask. Due to Covid-19 restrictions once we reach church capacity of 250 people families can come to this page and watch the live stream of his funeral. Please leave memories of Blake for his family on his tribute wall
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