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Plymouth man dies in Wisconsin snowmobile crash

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An undated photo of Jeremy D. Geertsma An undated photo of Jeremy D. Geertsma

CAMBRIA, Wis. (AP) - The Michigan man who died in a snowmobile accident last week in southern Wisconsin has been identified.

Columbia County authorities say the man was 36-year-old Jeremy D. Geertsma of Plymouth, Mich.

A Wisconsin State Journal report says he died in a crash Friday afternoon in the town of Randolph. Authorities say he crashed into a tree on private property, and that speed and snow conditions may have been factors.

Funeral Services will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, January 2, 2014 at First Reformed Church, 107 S. Winnebago St., Friesland, Wis. Burial will follow in the Randolph Cemetery.

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