Jagger Kiser, age 20, of Cambridge died December 5, 2021. A visitation will be held from 2:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M. Sunday, December 12th at Strike Life Tributes in Cambridge. A memorial service will be held at 11:00 A.M. Monday, December 13th at Cambridge Lutheran Church with a time for visiting one hour prior at the church. Instead of flowers, Jagger and his family would ask that you follow his lead by supporting someone in need with an unsolicited act of kindness in your community. Check the church facebook page for livestreaming. fb.com/cambridgelutheran.
Jagger Brandon Kiser was born September 28, 2001 in Burnsville, Minnesota to Chad Kiser and Summer Johnson. Above all else, Jagger loved family, lived for excitement, and wouldn’t let a day pass without making someone laugh. Never in one place for too long, he attended three different campuses throughout his illustrious high school career, graduating in 2020. He continued the adventures by enrolling at GCU in Arizona for his first year of college.
Jagger never met a stranger and made friends everywhere he went. Jagger made sure everyone around him felt like a part of the crew; he was adored by all and had a special gift with kids and babies. If he wasn’t playing baseball, hockey, or football, Jagger could be found cruising around in a motor vehicle or on his rocket. Fishing, in any season, was also one of his favorite pastimes. No matter the activity, Jagger gave all of his heart and put forth 100% effort.
Jagger left us all too soon on December 5, 2021, at 20 years old. He was preceded in death by grandfather, Allan Jensen, and great-grandparents Jim & Alice Wrage, Howard & Elvie Johnson. He will be missed by many and lovingly remembered by his parents Summer (Anthony) Scandariato, and Chad (Lene) Kiser; grandparents, Connie Jones, Larry & Gail Johnson, Robert & Nona Crawford, Ken (Anne) Kiser, and Deb Jensen; siblings, Kyla (Adam) Rahn, Brody Kiser, Ava Scandariato, Liliana Scandariato, and Robert (Brittany) Schaber; along with many aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and countless close friends. Jagger also left behind his faithful companion, Tito, a 10 month old English Shepherd.
Instead of flowers, Jagger and his family would ask that you follow his lead by supporting someone in need with an unsolicited act of kindness in your community.