Roland Leon Rammell
December 5, 1995 – April 21, 2015
Roland Leon Rammell, 19, passed away April 21, 2015 in Ogden, Utah. He was born December 5, 1995 to Charles and Colleen Rammell in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Rolly graduated from Ogden High school.
Rolly continued on his journey leaving the countless he touched with a beautiful smile we will all remember. He will be greatly missed and never forgotten as he moves on to find peace in whatever he encounters in the future. We love him always.
Rolly is survived by his mother, Colleen Rammell; his sister, Madeline Rammell; his brother, Charlie Rammell; and many close family and friends.
Graveside Services will be held at 1:00 pm Saturday, May 2, 2015 at Leavitt’s Aultorest Memorial Park, 836 36th Street, Ogden, Utah.
A Memorial Gathering and luncheon will follow Graveside Service at the LDS Church, 3755 Porter Ave, Ogden, Utah.
Arrangements under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary.
Please send condolences to the family at: www.leavittsmortuary.com
Additional Notes by Ron Farnsworth:
Roland joined scouts when he was 11 years old. He remained an active scout until he turned 18. By that time he had achieved his Eagle Scout award as well as three Palms. For his Eagle Scout Project he built an Eagle Mew for the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah. It will always stand as a memorial to him. He didn’t choose the easiest, fastest, or cheapest project….just the opposite. It took him almost a year to complete. It houses a recovering eagle today.
Roland worked at Camp Loll near Yellowstone National Park for three consecutive summers.
While attending Ogden High School, Roland was a member of the swim team where he competed weekly during the season. He was also a member of the stage crew and got paid to work the sound system and lighting for several events at the school. He also began working on his machining degree at the Ogden Weber ATC. Roland was very intelligent and enjoyed chemistry, psychology, and English. Rolly was interested in pursuing his education in machining and psychology because he genuinely wanted to help others.