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.
Kristie Griego says
Sending you all of the love we have! We all love Jagger so much! You have been family for years. We love you all and are here for you, always! Rest in Peace sweet Jagger, we will love you forever!
Katie Retzer says
I’ve had a lot of great memories with Jagger. But working with him was especially my favorite. He loved to say my last name wrong on purpose and would always give me a hard time on my drink ticket times. Can’t tell you how many times I heard him say “Hey RetzLer, what’s a guy gotta do to get a lemonade around here.” Made me smile every time.
Praying for you all. Way too young, way too soon. ❤️🙏❤️🙏
Lynn Elkin says
Jagger had a smile that would light up any room. He was a good friend to so many of the boys and definitely made things fun. We are so deeply sorry that you are all going through this and will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Rest in Peace Jagger, you will live on in the hearts of so many that were blessed to have known you!
Char & Larry Alverson says
Our deepest sympathy.
The love of a child and a grandchild is the greatest love there is & it is forever. May your happy memories bring you peace. I pray for comfort & grace.
James Cannon says
I am very sorry for you lost Scat and Summer and the girls. I love you guys and you wiil be in my prays.
Chuck Carstensen says
Very sorry for your lose. Prayers and Hugs from the Carstensen Family.
Ben Rogotzke says
The first time I met Jagger was on the football practice field, looking at him I didn’t think he was going to be all that good but I was rudely mistaken. He was a lot faster and could jump a lot higher than he looked. On his very first rep he jumped right over me knocking me down. I looked over at him laying in the grass next to me and I couldn’t believe that he had actually caught the ball! It wasn’t until baseball season until we were actually able to play together. Jagger made the boring game of baseball not so boring anymore. He would always make sure there was some type of noise coming from the dug out. Some words of encouragement but mostly trash talking the other team! Not only was Jagger a gifted athlete he was an amazing, reliable friend. The last time I spent time with Jagger we went to a bar to watch a Wild game. Being underage and all I had my doubts but Jagger ensured me everything would work out smoothly and he sweet talked the bouncer into letting us in. The rest of the night we played pool and flirted with the waitresses. Everything he did he did with such finesses and gracefulness, I still can’t believe he’s gone. He will be missed by many. Fly High Bro🕊
Tara Grande says
I am so very sorry for your loss. I can’t even begin to imagine the pain your family is going through right now. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Tara & Olivia Grande
Nancy Ellen Campanozzi says
Summer, Ant, girls and Jagger’s whole family, my heart hurts along with you. Jagger was the funniest, sweetest and cutest kid! I’m so glad that he became a Scan cousin and that I got to spend some time with him when he was younger. He will be greatly missed and lovingly remembered. Holding you close in my heart and prayers. My family sends you all our love.
Maria Frauly says
I will never forget you Jagger ..not in a million years..you brightened the halls of CHHS .. I can hear you calling out “ hey Ms.Maria” no matter how far the hall you were..and I literally laughed out loud when you’d get sent down to room 116 , You turned on the charm and brightened the day ..(even though you were in “ time out” ) Rest In Peace sweet boy . God bless you and your family with peace and understanding. – “this world was never meant for one as beautiful as you”
Jillian Ringer says
So sorry for your loss. Sending prayers for strength during this difficult time. Jagger was an amazing, kind soul and will never be forgotten. He was so caring and a great friend and will be deeply missed by so many.
Chris Addison says
I met Jagger when he attended the Sunday School class I helped teach. My granddaughters also knew him from school and Sunday school. He always had a smile for everyone, and even after he graduated, he remembered me at church when he was visiting his mother, stepdad and sisters. I am so sorry to hear of the loss of sweet Jagger to this life, I pray that GOD uses this to guide people closer to our Creator. Lilli and Ava please accept my invisible hugs to you and know that my thoughts are for comfort and meeting of your needs, and the needs of ALL of Jaggers family and friends. In Jesus name I pray for you all.
lonnie cobb says
it is difficult to think of life without Jagger, but much more difficult to have never had him in your life.
Kelly and Marissa Lillyblad says
Thinking of you all. Sending many prayers.
David & Jan Johnson says
We are thinking of your family as you grieve the loss of Jagger. Our prayers are with all of you. We didn’t know Jagger, but we know many members of the Wrage family and know that he was beloved by all of you. We wish you God’s blessings at this difficult time.
Cindy Reynolds says
Lyle and I are so saddened by the loss of Jagger. You have all of our sympathy. The first time I saw Jagger at St. Andrew, I knew he was a very special young man. He seemed to radiate an exuberance for life. Today Pastor Emily discussed the need for sympathy forJagger’s family and friends. We certainly extend our sympathy. Pastor Emily also addressed the need for empathy. Sadly, we have deep empathy for you also. In 2003, we lost our 17 year old son as the result of a car accident.
My heart is so heavy tonight as I think of you all preparing to say your final farewells to Jagger. I remember that feeling way too well and I wish that I could take that awful feeling away. You will survive and develop a “new normal” but it takes time. It may not feel like it now or any time soon but eventually you will smile again and perhaps even laugh. I certainly hope so because I am sure that Jagger wants you to smile and laugh again,
I don’t talk very much about our son (his name is Matt) but I (Cindy) am here to support you, offer hugs, and prayers for your needs. If there is anything I can do to help please reach out.
Lyle and Cindy Reynolds,
Your Friends at St. Andrew
Jeremy Deel says
This has been a long week.
I cant share all the great memories on the field.
Everyone of them is a good laugh.
You made coaching fun.
It was a privilege for me to have spent so many days, mentoring, scolding (while cracking up on the inside) at your sharp wit, smack talk, you were me at your age and i hope i provided you as much positivity and entertainment as you did to all of us with Columbia heights baseball and the now immortalized Minnesota Miners.
Some of my happiest times.
Fly high young man.
See you in the Heavens.
You will be missed.