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Funeral to feature Vikings-Packers game

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Jersey-clad friends and family of Don Brommerich, of Hugo, will gather at his home this weekend to eat pizza and watch his beloved Minnesota Vikings take on the Green Bay Packers – but also to mourn the 53-year-old who died Nov. 11 after a battle with brain cancer, the Pioneer Press reports.

His partner Terri Moffitt (a Packers fan) says Brommerich was a "no-fuss" kind of guy who would appreciate the more casual, simpler send-off, the newspaper reports.

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