Landon Ray Rogers, 20, Wilmont, died Saturday, March 14, 2020, as a result of a truck accident south of Rushmore.
Visitation will be from 4-7 p.m. Wednesday, March 18, at the Adrian High School; and also one hour prior to the service at the high school on Thursday, March 19. Funeral will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Adrian High School. Burial will be in the Summit Lake Cemetery in Reading.
Landon was born Dec. 15, 1999, in Luverne, to Lance and Tami (Olson) Rogers. He was baptized at Bethel Presbyterian Church in Reading. He had his first Communion at the First Lutheran Church in Worthington; and was confirmed at Zion Lutheran Church in Adrian. Landon attended public schools in Adrian. From his preschool days through senior year, all he wanted to do was to be outside.
He was an avid hunter, trapper and fisherman. He loved shop and metal classes where he built a super big ice house and feed bunks. Landon played baseball, which he earned All State Honors, and was part of the team winning a 3rd place title at state. He also played football where he won the MVP award. His senior year, Landon was crowned Adrian High School Homecoming King. He was a member of 4-H Elk Tip Toppers in Reading. He loved working with cattle and showing them at the county and state levels.
Landon graduated in May of 2018. He continued to farm with his father and brother, Logan. They owned and operated a cow/calf business; along with raising feeder cattle. The three also started Triple L Silo Repair. Landon worked for Mitchell Cox for four and a half years, where he loved working and considered him his best friend along with Landon’s brother, Logan. He also worked for Jeff Tweet. Landon helped many area farmers and was considered a respectful hard worker. He was known for his manners, his burly beard and his desire to help anyone.
Landon is survived by his mother, Tami Rogers (Darrel), Adrian; father, Lance Rogers (Tami M.), Wilmont; two brothers, Chad Davance, Minneapolis; and Logan (Taylor) Rogers, Adrian; sister, Shawna Rogers, Adrian; his high school sweetheart, Madison Neuenburg and their dog, Allie; two nieces, Leita and Meila; a nephew, Cedar; two grandmothers, Ona Galles and Bonnie Rogers; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Arrangements are provided by Dingmann and Sons Funeral Home of Adrian, www.dingmannandsons.com.