Jeremy Collins

Jeremy Collins

Jeremy James Collins, 27, of Eagan, MN, passed away from complications of an asthmatic attack on June 11, 2019. Jeremy received amazing care from the doctors and nurses at Fairview Southdale Hospital, and died with his family beside him.
A celebration of Jeremy’s life is being planned.
Jeremy was born on December 3, 1991, to Jim and Denise Collins in Burnsville and lived his too-short life in Eagan.
Jeremy was a sweet, sensitive soul who above all else loved his family and friends, and would do anything for the people he cared about. He held tightly to family traditions, and was happiest hanging with the guys.
Jeremy always looked out for his mom, and he and his dad had a special bond enjoying sporting events, golfing, and their Saturday morning bagels.
Jeremy is survived by his parents Jim and Denise, and his loving sister Maggie; maternal grandparents, Dick and Jan Schense of Henderson; paternal grandmother, Kitty Jo Collins also of Henderson; as well as his aunts, uncles, and beloved cousins and friends.
Jeremy is welcomed home by his grandpa, Dick Collins, who preceded him in death.
The family suggests that memorials may be made to the Center for Lung Science and Health Fund in honor of Jeremy Collins, University of MN Foundation, 200 Oak St SE, Suite 500, Minneapolis, MN 55455. Online donations are also accepted at give.umn.edu, choose Give Now, select Find a Cause and type in Center for Lung Science and Health.
Klecatsky & Sons – Eagan
www.klecatskys.com

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