Ulrika Emma Monberg-Harvest was born on March 9th, 1992 in Limerick, Ireland to Ulrik Monberg-Harvest of Copenhagen, Denmark and the former Glenda Odonoghue of Limerick, Ireland. She was a loving daughter, sister, granddaughter, girlfriend, aunt, niece, and friend. There was never a dull moment with her around, she was always smiling and laughing infectiously. Ulrika moved to the states in 1994 where she attended Princess Anne, Frank W. Cox High Schools and Tidewater Community College. Blonde, beautiful, and brilliant Ulrika excelled at all things. She loved cheerleading, dancing, her family and friends, the beach, and having her nails done perfectly!
On March 23rd, 2015 Ulrika was involved in a tragic automobile accident. While driving to class Ulrika struck a fire hydrant and flipped her vehicle. She was not wearing a seatbelt, therefore being thrown from the car and left in an irreversible coma. She was rushed to the ICU where every attempt to save her precious life was taken. Unfortunately injuries sustained during the accident were too extensive and Ulrika died on March 31st, 2015. Ulrika was an organ donor and her life will continue through the six people she helped in her passing.
Ulrika’s death was preceded by her beloved uncle Lars-Peter Monberg-Harvest. She is survived by her parents Ulrik and Glenda Monberg-Harvest; grandparents, Jan and Kristen Monberg-Harvest of Copenhagen, Denmark; brother, David Walton his wife Marie and their son Hayden; uncle, Kevin Odonoghue and his wife Brenda; aunts, Helen and Mazzie Odonoghue; uncle, Robert Odonoghue and his wife Anette; loving boyfriend, Tyler Sebastian, and countless friends and relatives both in the states and abroad.
The Harvest Family would like to welcome you to a celebration of life reception for Ulrika at the Waterman’s Surfside Grille this Sunday April 12th, 2015 from 4-7pm. 415 Atlantic Ave. Virginia Beach, VA 23451. All are welcome!
In lieu of flowers the family is asking for donations to help offset medical bills and final expenses. Please visit http://www.gofundme.com/Ulrika-Harvest. Anything left over will go to help raise seat belt awareness in young adults.