On May 31, 2023, Madison Kendal Kerber, age 22, pἀssed away suddenly, leaving the world without a beautiful soul. The daughter of Adam Kerber and Majarka Ford-Ziegelbauer, Madison, was born on August 29, 2000.
She graduated from Carroll University with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science with a minor in psychology in 2022 after graduating from Kiel High School in 2018 with the class there. She was pleased with the many memories she had made with her college housemates throughout her stay at Carroll.
Madison discovered her future calling while working a summer internship at the YMCA, where she helped the elderly with Parkinson’s disease fitness programs. Her greatest delight came from helping others. She spent many years working at The Osthoff, where she was pleased with her contributions.
She treasured the friendships she formed while working as a bartender. From the time she was in kindergarten through her junior year of high school, Madison played soccer. She also played club volleyball for three years, continuing through her senior year of high school, earning an honorable mention All-Conference.
Madison constantly looked for new ways to interact with people and keep active, mainly if it involved going outside. When the sun was out, you could find her at the pond, the cottage, or the beach, where music was undoubtedly playing.
She enjoyed listening to the music of various genres, but as we all know, her favorites are too offensive to mention. Madison attended concerts, which demonstrated her passion for music. When the weather wasn’t cooperative, she wouldn’t miss the chance to teach her mother a new card game or work on a puzzle.
From tailgating to the final pitch, Madison was the girl supporting the Brewers. Her family and close friends were the most significant aspects of her existence.
Majarka Ford-Ziegelbauer and Adam (Shannon) Kerber, her parents, her boyfriend, Hunter LeGreve, her brother Kegan, her grandparents Mark Ziegelbauer and Jana Ford-Ziegelbauer, and Linda Kerber, as well as her aunts, uncles, and cousins Hailee, Bella, Sophie, Emmett, Nolan, and Mya, survive her.
The mother of Hunter, Jody LeGreve, Madison’s half-sister, Madelaine Radtke, and several other relatives, close friends, and great aunts and great uncles all survive her. Her grandfather, Ken Kerber, JR, dἰed before her.
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The funeral service for Madison will be held at Meiselwitz-Vollstedt-DeTroye Funeral Home (815 6th Street, Kiel) on June 7, 2023, at 6:00 p.m. Rev. Nicole Herda will preside over the service, and cremation will take place after it. Between 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m., the family will welcome friends and family at the funeral home.
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