Logan L. Rickels, 21, of Scotch Grove died suddenly on Friday, Dec. 28, 2018.
Visitation will be from 4 – 8 pm Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019, at Kramer Funeral Home in Monticello.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 3, 2019, at Kramer Funeral Home in Monticello. Burial will be a later date.
Logan was born August 20, 1997, the son of Jason and Tonia (Stimpson) Rickels. He graduated from Anamosa High School with the Class of 2016, and began working at Family Foods in Anamosa. He was currently employed at Don Stickles Livestock.
Logan was known for his goofy laugh and infectious smile. He could always get a laugh from those he met.
Surviving are his father, Jason Rickels (Lorresa Flattem) of Scotch Grove, his mother, Tonia (Tony) Moeller of Marion, 2 brothers: Mitchelle (Riley Troester) of Anamosa and Aydan Rickels of Scotch Grove; step siblings: Colton Craig of Monticello, Alexa and Anthony Flattem of Scotch Grove; maternal grandparents, Denise and Clint Phillips of Anamosa and George Stimpson of Anamosa; great grandmother, Judy Phillips of Anamosa, his step-mother, Stephania Sauer of Preston, a good friend, Hunter Leitz of Monticello; aunts and uncles: Brian Rickels, Jeremy (JoLee) Rickels, Lisa Barta and Brandon (fiancé MacKenzie Cooper) Stimpson, and 10 close cousins.
He is preceded in death by his maternal great grandfather, Delmar Phillips, paternal great grandparents, Cliff and Gladys Wears and Art and Dorothea Rickels, paternal grandparents, Larry and Paula Rickels,
For five generations Kramer Funeral Home has had the privilege of serving Dyersville, Monticello, Holy Cross and the surrounding area with dedication and compassion. With more than 135 years of experience, we can use our extensive knowledge of the field of funeral service to provide quality support and guidance.