Wade Alan Rowe

10/27/1986 ~ 8/4/2017

RoweWadeCropLilyWade Alan Rowe, 30, born October 27, 1986 in Mt. Pleasant, UT to Alan Rowe and Kathy Ursenbach Rowe, left this earth far too soon August 4, 2017 in Mount Pleasant, Utah. Wade graduated from North Sanpete High School where he lettered in Wrestling all four years. After graduation, he felt it was his duty to serve his country and enlisted in the Navy.
He was a kindhearted soul. He loved helping others, always putting their needs ahead of his own. His heart was full of love for all animals. With a special place reserved for his canine companion, Lilly — she was his rock. The combination of his wild, crazy imagination and fun loving, goofy sense of humor guaranteed there was never a dull moment around Wade and his comic mischief. He touched the heart and soul of everyone he came into contact with and his influence will forever remain in the lives of all who knew him. Besides being a prankster, his true passion in life was cooking. Everything he created in the kitchen was truly delicious. Wade also had a great love of the outdoors. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, hiking, four wheeling, snowmobiling and ice fishing. Montana was his second home, where he spent five of the most fulfilling years of his life.
Survived by his parents, Alan and Kathy Rowe; grandmother, Mary Ursenbach; sister, Kortny Smith; brother, Tyson (Rebecca) Rowe; aunts, Robyn (Bob) Norman; Lilli (Gary) Gilbert; uncle, Christian Ursenbach; nephews, Caden Snow, Kaiden, Kamden, Michael.
Preceded in death by Grandparents, Earl J. Ursenbach, Rex Rowe and Carolyn Rowe; uncle, Wade Rex Rowe.
Funeral services will be held Saturday August 12, 2017 at 12:00 noon in the Mt. Pleasant LDS Stake Center 295 South State, friends may call from 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. prior to services at the church. Interment in the Mt. Pleasant City Cemetery. In Lou of flowers we ask donations be made to afsp.org or chriskylefrogfoundation.org Online condolence rasmussenmortuary.com

7 Responses to “Wade Alan Rowe”

  1. Aunt Peggy says:

    Please know that my love and prayers are going out to you and your family

  2. Alan, Kathy and family. What can one say at this difficult time, except that we pray you may be comforted by the knowledge that this separation is temporary.

  3. This untimely loss will be felt by so many for so long. His goodness and memories will provide solace and bring a smile for years to come. Gratefully, this separation is temporary as we all pass the portal to eternal life where death is no more.

  4. Valeen A Sorensen says:

    Alan and family, sending my condolences at this time. Hoping you will receive comfort through this time.

  5. Diane Nunley Mitchell says:

    Alan and Kathy and family, so sorry to hear about Wade. We still think of him as a little boy when we all went to Lake Powell and had so much fun. Praying you will be comforted during this difficult time.

  6. Clell & Debi Fowles says:

    Alan and Kathy,

    So heartbroken to hear of this. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you at this time. Hoping that you may find comfort and peace in your hour of need.

  7. Launa Monk-Devey says:

    My sympathy goes out to your family at this time. Wade was a very nice person. Growing up with him from elementary to graduation, he was always kind. You are all in my prayers.