Cheyenne Summer Kellogg, 22, of Linn, KS, died Wednesday, April 6, 2016 at Omaha, Nebraska. Visitation was Monday, April 11, from 2 to 8 p.m. at Ward Funeral Home in Washington. The family received friends from 5 to 7 p.m. A funeral service was held at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, April 12, at the United Methodist Church in Washington. Pastor Randy Jellison-Knock officiated. Gina Miller was organist and accompanied Dennis Portenier as he sang “Amazing Grace.” Recordings of “Sissy’s Song” and “You Should Be Here” were played. Pallbearers were Cameron Dodds, Henry Craig, Jeremy Cheely, Christopher Winslow, Denton Dittmer and Dylan Dittmer. Honorary pallbearers were Wade Marshall and Anthony Hauf. Cheyenne was born on August 2, 1993 at Marysville, KS, to Keith Williams and Mendy (Vance) Kellogg. In 2013, she graduated from Washington High School and earned her Associate Degree from Highland Junior College. In 2013, she was adopted by Jerry Kellogg. Cheyenne worked for Citizens National Bank in Clay Center and part-time at the American Legion in Linn. She enjoyed photography and did freelance photography sessions in her spare time. Attending Poker Runs, riding Harleys, watching her fiancé, Dawson, participate in demolition derby’s and shopping was what she liked to call her best therapy. Cheyenne was extremely excited when she became a mother to Adalynn. She enjoyed life and loved spending time with her family and friends. During the summers, Cheyenne attended a Cancer Camp in Missouri from the age thirteen until she turned eighteen. She was preceded in death by her father, Keith Williams. Survivors include her fiancé, Dawson Dittmer, Linn; daughter, Adalynn Dittmer, Linn; parents, Jerry and Mendy Kellogg, Washington; sisters, Aleena (Morgan) Heberlein, Marysville, Madison Davis and Ashley Davis, both of Washington; brother, Cooper Kellogg, Washington; her favorite aunt, Melissa Hauf; grandparents, Glen Kellogg and Mary Kellogg, both of Washington and Joyce and Robert Vance, Des Moines, IA. A memorial fund has been established for her daughter, Adalynn. Contributions may be sent in care of Ward Funeral Home, Washington.
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