Logan Wold, 22, of Sioux City, Iowa, lost his battle with Epilepsy early Tuesday morning, October 22, 2019.
Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Saturday, October 26, 2019 at Morningside Lutheran Church with Reverend Tom LoVan officiating. Burial was be at Emmanuel Lutheran Cemetery in North Dakota.
Logan Robert Wold was born in Fargo, North Dakota to Jackie Bevre and Lynn Wold. He lived with his parents and brothers in Fargo until February 2003 when the family moved to Sioux City, Iowa as a result of his father taking a new job.
Logan attended Sergeant Bluff-Luton community school from Kindergarten through 8th grade. The family then moved to a different home and he attend Lawton-Bronson Community School for the rest of his high school years, graduating in 2016.
Logan attended Western Iowa Tech and became a certified welder. During high school vo-tech classes he enjoyed working with metal and learning how to weld.
Logan was a kind soul with a tender heart. He was an extremely loyal and dedicated friend. He would give the shirt off his back for his friends. He lived for helping others and always tried to pay it forward.
Regardless of the trials of life, he always stood tall and got back on his feet and helped those up who were down. He was known for having a full beard as young as 14 years old. He had a great sense of humor and had begun dabbling with stand-up comedy in the past couple of years.
Logan was also a very good marksman and enjoyed target shooting with his father, brothers and friends. Inspired by great minds such as Nikola Tesla and Albert Einstein, Logan was a creative and innovative thinker.
He loved to build new and interesting projects that brought out his inner craftsman. These are now cherished dearly by his family.
Logan is survived by his mother, Jackie (Bevre) Barr; his father, Lynn Wold; his step-mother, Beth Wold; his step-father, Matt Barr; brothers Landon Wold and Parker Wold; step-sisters McKenna Sitzmann, Taria Vollmer, and Alyssa Barr; step-brothers Carson Sitzmann, David Barr, and Bradford Barr; his maternal grandfather, Alden Bevre; and his paternal grandparents, Thomas and Bonnie Wold.
He was proceeded in death by his maternal grandmother, Dona Bevre, and his uncle, Chad Wold. In lieu flowers, the family requests memorials to the Epilepsy Foundation.