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McKenzie Lynn Fuller

September 12, 2023 | 21 comments

McKenzie Lynn Fuller, age 31, passed away on September 10, 2023, in La Crosse, Wisconsin surrounded by loving family and friends. She was born May 27, 1992, in La Crosse, Wisconsin, and is the beloved daughter of Rick Fuller and Kacey Mcsorley. 

McKenzie was a loving daughter, sister, granddaughter, aunt, niece, girlfriend, and friend. She was also a great mom to her wonderful dogs and cat. She had a spark about her that would light up a room, she would brighten anyone’s day with her smile and laugh. McKenzie was a kind and giving soul that cared deeply for all those around her. She was a 2010 graduate of Onalaska High School where she formed lasting friendships with classmates and softball teammates. After high school, she began working at Dahl Automotive where by her nature, gained even more friendships. After several years she joined her dad in managing their second home, Dugout 47, until her passing. 

McKenzie was an avid Brewer fan and loved watching her favorite team. She also treasured spending time with her friends and family. She had a passion for softball, but her true love was the friends and family it brought together, that she brought together. McKenzie’s beautiful personality and loving heart will be greatly missed, but will never be forgotten. Her everlasting touch on all of our lives will live on in our hearts and loving memories. 

McKenzie is survived by her significant other Andy Hemker, Holmen; her father Rick Fuller (Alissa), La Crosse; her mother Kacey (Jason) Mcsorley, Onalaska; her step-mom Brooke (Shane) Mohn Cataract; her sister Chesny Fuller La Crosse; her brother Brody Mcsorley (Emma) Onalaska; paternal grandparents Rita and Gary Fuller Prairie du Chien; Nans Linda (Steve) Palzkill; her loving aunts and uncles Jody (Don) Novey, Kim Corpian (Bill); Jackie (John) Skaife

McKenzie was preceded in death by James St Jacque (Papa Jim), Grandpa Phil Corpian, Grandma Cathy Corpian, and best friend and little brother Tyler Wood.

Visitations will be held on Thursday, September 14, 2023 from 3-7 p.m. and Friday, September 15, 2023 from 9 to 11 a.m. at The Gathering Place, 133 Mason St., Onalaska WI. A celebration of McKenzie’s life will also be held on Friday, September 15, 2023, from 11 a.m. at The Gathering Place with burial immediately following at Woodlawn North Cemetery in La Crosse.

Her tribute video may be viewed by clicking here




  1. Debbie Seidel

    I am so sorry. I have no words but i am here if you are in need of anything. As I read every dedication and memory’s shared of Kenzie, it says it all. She touched many lives. She was loved by many, including me and will be missed so much. She loved life. She will always have a special place in my heart and I am so fortunate to have spent some quality time with her. Love you Kenzie ❤️

    • Cynthia Miller

      Robin and I are so sorry and sad to hear this news about McKenzie. She will forever be missed by so many who loved and adored her.

      • Jeffrey SchockaConger

        So very sorry to hear of the loss of McKenzie. She will be missed

  2. Debbie Kaiser

    Dear Rick and family, Brian, I and Mitch are so very sorry. Kenzie had a special place in the hearts of so many, especially Mitch’s. She ALWAYS went out of her way for him and to that we are grateful. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Love you Kenz ❤️☀️

    • Janet Mezera

      Rick and family, we are deeply saddened by the news. Thinking of you all at this difficult time.

      Jeff and Janet Mezera

      • Kay Hanson

        We were so shocked to learn of McKenzie’s passing. Another soul gone too soon. She will be missed greatly.
        Gerry and Kay Hanson

  3. Karen Kessler

    Our hearts are shattered for all who were a part of her life. Just thinking of her puts a huge smile on my face. She made us feel like family, and when you spent time with her, it wasn’t enough. We have countless wonderful memories created with her.She will live on through us all, and never be forgotten. I’m having a tough time believing this is real. I see her smiling face so clearly & can hear her laugh as if she were standing next to me. We all need to lean on each other to get through this one. Gods plan for her must be important. We love her like a daughter and will miss her dearly. Love ya Snookie, Big Mama

  4. Ricky. Clark

    I will miss Kenzie greatly we’ve text on an off since I lost Katie she helped me so much she was so strong she encouraged me to keep going if not for my self but for the family she’s just Live able young Lady Bye Kenzie I’ll see you in the dugout Brewer stadium. Love Ricky

  5. Patty Tentis

    Rick and Kacey
    I’m so sorry. For the loss of Kenzie. She was a wonderful person. Bubbly and loving person… My thoughts and prayers are with you guys and family..
    So sorry, Patty Tentis

  6. Tim and Angie Werner

    Tim and I are so sorry for your loss. You have our deepest condolences.

  7. Trisha Mellem

    I am so very sorry for your loss- Kenzie was such a sweetheart- she will truly be missed by all who knew her! RIP sweet girl!

  8. Donna Viner

    So sorry about your loss. I used to see McKenzie at Tys wrestling matches in Onalqska sometimes. She was always smiling and kind.

  9. Nancy Young

    My heart is saddened from hearing this news. My daughters knew Kenzie well, especially Olivia. Kenzie frequented my home often. Her beautiful eyes and laughter I recall well. Love to the family.
    Sincerely Nancy Young

  10. Jeff Nemish

    For the entire family. Please accept my deepest and most heartfelt condolences. Even though I didn’t know McKenzie, I know her dad Rick. Rick and I played softball against each other for quite a few years. Not that this will make your loss less painful, I do know what it’s like to lose a daughter. I know the emptiness and pain it brings. May God bless you all with the healing and strength to deal with this most difficult time.

  11. Gene & Pam Larson

    Dear Rick and family, We are so saddened to hear of your loss. On the occasions that we seen McKenzie she always made us feel comfortable and had a knack for putting a smile on our faces. She will be missed by many. Our thoughts and prayers go out for her family and her many friends.

  12. Ann Cade

    Rick and family, I cannot image the pain you are feeling. Kenzie was a bright star and she touched so many lives. Her memory won’t fade and she will be remembered with such love and warmth.

  13. Brian Wirtala ( Bud )

    Sorry To hear about the Loss of McKenzie

  14. Sue Zelm

    Kaycee, Jason, Brody,
    So sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you all in this most difficult time. Have been thinking of you and sending prayers your way. Keep her memories close to your heart.

  15. Jessie

    Rick and family we are so sorry for the loss of Kenzie.i have so many memories of her especially when she put my dad in place when he got a little drunk at hillbillies it was so funny Kenzie was the life of the party going to hillbillies and the dugout will never be the same for me because I’d always look for Kenzie and we talked for hours while she worked.u will always hold a special place in my heart.the wright family sends there thoughts and prayers r.I.p sweetie love u always

  16. Shane Ripley


    I was shocked and so sorry to hear of McKenzie’s passing. Please know that you and your entire family our in our thoughts and prayers.

    Shane Ripley

  17. Holly Rae Brenner

    Kenzie, You will hold a special place in my heart forever. Thank You for all our wonderful talks we shared. My deepest sympathy goes out to Rick and Kayce and all the families. God received a beauty. Until we meet again I will think of you each and every day. I Love You, Aunt Holly (as she called me)

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