Jacob Harley Tvinnereim, 15, of Lake Preston, passed away at his home on October 19th, 2019.
Jacob was born December 17, 2003 in Boise, ID to Corey and Tina (Krasznavolgyi) Tvinnereim. He was welcomed into this world by his twin brother Christopher Jon and sisters Sierra and Kiersten.
Jake attended Hacker Middle School in Mt Home, ID until midway through his eighth grade year when his parents retired from the United States Air Force and moved the family to Lake Preston, SD to their forever home.
He attended Lake Preston High School where he was active in FFA, Show Choir, Blue & Gold and Honor Roll. He was a proud member of the Arlington-Lake Preston Badger Football Team, Lake Preston Diver Basketball Team, Lake Preston Diver Golf Team and the Lake Preston Track Team.
Growing up in the mountains of Idaho he enjoyed camping, fishing, boating and tubing with his family and spending weekends with Grandpa Frank and Grandma Sandi.
He loved his dogs Thor and Gemma Jean, watching sports; Go Vikings and Raptors, lifting weights and tossing the ball around with, Chris and spending time with his classmates and friends. He always took the time to play with his nephew, niece and little cousins. He will be remembered for his witty character, quick come backs and huge smile.
He survived by his parents, brother Christopher Tvinnereim of Lake Preston, sisters, Sierra Tvinnereim of Watertown, SD and Kiersten Vasconcellos of Pasadena, MD, nephew, Blaze Hershman and niece Jordyn Stevens, grandparents, Patricia Tvinnereim and Frank and Sandi Krasznavolgyi, aunts, uncles and cousins.
He is preceded in death by his Grandpa Darwin Tvinnereim and cousin Patricia Hilkemeier.
Funeral services for Jacob will be at 10:30 am on Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at the Lake Preston Lutheran Church in Lake Preston with Vicar Brad Sanderson officiating, burial will be in the East Bethania Cemetery rural Lake Preston. Visitation will be from 5-7 pm on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 in the church and preceding services.
The Johnson-Henry Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.