Caleb Dean La Follette Obituary – Death, Cause of death – Caleb Dean La Follette passed away suddenly in a motorcycle accident on September 10, 2021 at the age of 25. He died unexpectedly leaving family members, loved ones and friends in great grief and fear.
Cause of Caleb Dean La Follette‘s Death…
Caleb Dean La Follette passed away suddenly in a motorcycle accident on September 10, 2021 at the age of 25. He died unexpectedly leaving family members, loved ones and friends in great grief and fear.
His family is devastated and will cherish their memories with him, they are: His mother, Tammy and her husband, Tom Kuiper of Lakeway, Texas Avery Kuiper, His father, Kelly and his wife, Julie La Follette of Oskaloosa, Iowa, two brothers, Austin and wife Chelsie La Follette of Pella, Iowa, Camden, Azlan, Sage La Follette and Jada West of Oskaloosa, Iowa Aspen.
On September 10, 2021, Caleb was involved in a motorcycle accident that took his life at the age of 25.
He was known to be very kind and will be deeply missed, however his impact and legacy will carry on for generations to come through his family and the numerous lives he has touched.
Who Was Caleb Dean La Follette ?
Caleb Dean La Follette was born on April 25, 1996, at Oskaloosa, Iowa. He was the second of three sons born to Kelly Joel La Follette and Tammy Dawn Whitten. Caleb came into the world as a fiery, ornery little boy. He was full of life and had a mischievous little grin.
Caleb was educated in the Pella School System, graduating from Pella High School with the class of 2015. While in high school, he was active in the wrestling program. Caleb learned many life lessons through wrestling. While in high school Caleb became and employee of De Jong Greenhouse in Pella. He told his family he began working at De Jong Greenhouse and planned on retiring from there.
He found his calling at such a young age, he LOVED his job. He told his family that “If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day.” This mantra carried him on every day. Caleb was a tireless, fearless employee. One co-worker said that he was breath that breathed life into the De Jong Greenhouse.
He was described by another as the heart of the business. As much as Caleb loved the business, the fall mum plants always gave him fits. He could be seen working at a feverish pace until the mums coming off the conveyer came too fast.
His brother Austin recalled a few days at work to witness this. Caleb was a GIVER, he was selfless and gave of himself and to others in their time of need. But most of all, Caleb loved life and sharing it with his family and many friends.
We pray that God grants those who are affected by this death the fortitude to carry on. Losing a beloved one is one of the most difficult feelings on earth. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family members and friend.