Virgil Anthony Kisor
Virgil Anthony Kisor, age 46, of Litchfield, formerly of Cokato, died suddenly Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2006 at the St. Cloud Hospital.
He was born Nov. 5, 1960 in Minneapolis to Vernon and Phyliss (Krausert) Kisor. Virgil was raised in Kingston before moving to Cokato.
He was a truck driver for more than 20 years, working for Bravinder Trucking, where he became an owner operator; and later for Kottke Trucking and Teske Trucking.
Virgil was a member of the Elim Mission Church in Cokato.
He enjoyed woodworking, watching football, fixing cars, helping people, cheering on the DC Chargers, Harley Davidson motorcycles, hog roasts, and was famous for being a jokester.
Virgil is survived by his children: daughter, Holly Webb and her children, Brice and Morgan; son, Chad Elliott; daughter, Alanna Elliott (Elliott Mattson)and their son, Hunter; sons, William Saul and Matthew Saul; and sons, Ryan, Benjamin, Andrew, and Jeremy Kisor; ex-wife Trisha Harju; and siblings, Margaret (Floyd) Young, Eugene Kisor, Joanne (Roger) Braatz, Sheila Ritz, Roxann White, Kenneth (Gloria) Kisor, Kathleen (Rory) Smith, Paulette (Harold) Johnson, and Steve Kisor.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Vernon and Phyliss; and a brother, Duane Kisor.
Funeral service was Friday, Dec. 15 at 11 a.m. at Elim Mission Church in Cokato, led by the Rev. Wally Glucklich. Music was provided by Larry and Nancy Wasmund. Interment was at Cokato City Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Chad Elliot, Steve Walberg, Eddie Arens, Leland Schiro, Clint Millerbernd, Patrick Lind, Todd Hedlund, Tony Gehrke, Terry Johnson, and Harold Johnson.
Arrangements were by the Swanson-Peterson Funeral Home in Cokato.