Lexie Biegalski

February 3, 1994November 17, 2020

Lexie Biegalski was born on February 3, 1994 and passed away on November 17, 2020 and is under the care of Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary.

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Katie Pryor

November 25, 2020

I met Lexie at Northern where we worked together for the registered dietician for two years. I was a freshman and Lexie was a junior. She not only trained me for our position, she became my first friend in college. She invited me over to her house to hangout, invited me to hangout with her roommates/friends, would drive me around to sing me songs, taught me to put Frank's on anything I ate, and made me laugh harder than anyone I had met before. I have never met a more warm, welcoming soul than her. I was just a young, probably annoying, 17 year old that Lexie fully embraced and brought into her life. I will always admire her insatiable appetite for life. She lived to the fullest, taking every opportunity to have fun, sing, or laugh. She passed her friendly energy to others so easily. I feel so privileged to have crossed paths with her and been her friend. I will always think of her when I hear Electric Avenue, How Bizarre, or House of the Rising Sun (a few of the songs I was privileged enough to have her belt out to me in the car). My thoughts and heart are with you all. There is no one quite like Lexie.

Robert Fortt

November 24, 2020

Easter of 2003 was one of the most extraordinary moments of my life. In addition to meeting many other people, I met Lexie. She became, and has always been a wonderful part of my life!! I will miss her!

Ellie Gentile

November 24, 2020

Kim, Mike, Elizabeth and Rachel...

No words to console you or all of us who loved her. She was the sweetest girl from the very day she was born. My heart is broken for the family and all who are devastated at this tragedy.

Mary & Bob Bruski

November 24, 2020

Mike, Kim, Elizabeth & Rachel -
We were so sad to hear about Lexie's passing. We can't even imagine the pain you are all going through. Lexie was always such a smiling, bubbly, young lady. Our first meeting at Daisy's, then Huntington Swim team, Prairie, Washington and NNHS. We hope the beautiful memories help you during this difficult time. Thinking of you all! ♥

The Bruski's
Bob, Mary, Amanda & Lauren

Samantha Meyer

November 24, 2020

Biegalski family -

I am deeply saddened to hear of Lexie’s passing. I remember growing up practically attached to Lexie’s hip because Morgan and Rachel did not want to hang out with us youngens.
I’ll never forget her smile and humor, nor will I forget playing computer games or watching Lord of the Rings in the “first-level basement”.

My condolences to all of you for this loss of a truly wonderful human.

Love always,

Steve Kwiatt

November 23, 2020

Mike & Kim
Elizabeth & Rachel
I heard about this two days ago and since then I have been composing in my mind the correct words that might express my grief and sense of loss for Lexi knowing that the anguish and heartbreak you feel cannot be measured. The loss of a loved one at a young age, a precious daughter and beloved sister, is a burden that is heavy on the heart and I hope and pray that you find some solace in knowing that so many people have cheerful memories of Lexi.
My memories of her are from her childhood, running around the neighborhood with the gang of kids, going to the pool, Fourth of July fireworks or ringing my doorbell with her sisters. Always a merry and pleasant girl and ready to laugh.
Life events like this have the effect of bringing us together in spirit and leave us pondering the brittle nature of our lives, easily shattered without warning. Know that you are in my thoughts and my heart and I hope you can find the strength to endure this difficult time. I hope you find peace in your hearts.

Steve Kwiatt

Cara Estep

November 23, 2020

Kim and Mike
I was so saddened to hear Lexie had passed away. I’m so deeply sorry for your loss. We are keeping you and your family in our thoughts, sending healing prayers and comforting hugs.
Steve and Cara

Bobby Knurek

November 22, 2020

Dear Aunt Kim, Uncle Mike, Liz, and Rachel,

We are so deeply saddened to hear of Lexie's passing. She was always so kind and joyful. I will forever treasure all of the fun memories spending time with Lexie at family gatherings in Winneconne and Naperville. Please know that we are thinking of you all and praying for your family.

Much love,

Bobby and Jess

A.J. Novak

November 21, 2020

Kim, Mike, Elizabeth, & Rachel:
We we so saddened to hear of Lexi’s passing. She was a special part of our lives as our kids were were growing up. Lexi had such great spirit and an infectious sense of humor. Our memories of her will be cherished forever. We extend our deepest sympathy and wish your family the very best during this difficult time.
The Novaks.

Karen Krebs

November 20, 2020

Dear Kim and family,

My heart goes out to you all. I am so sorry for your loss. I hope you can find comfort in each other. I pray you lean on each other for strength. Please know I am thinking of you all. I am so sorry...

All my love,

Karen Krebs


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