Brian Jacob Stice, 30, of Keokuk, died Saturday, March 26, 2011, in an industrial accident at Pinnacle Foods in rural Ft. Madison, Iowa.
Brian was born August 30, 1980, in Carthage, Illinois, the son of David and Lauren Luebke Stice. He lived most of his life in the Keokuk area. He was employed by Pinnacle Foods for the last four years. He enjoyed fishing, working with his hands, and living life to the fullest. He was a very talented artist and writer. He loved his children and enjoyed horseplay with them.
Brian is survived by his father and stepmother, David and Cimberly Stice of Keokuk; mother and stepfather, Lauren and Jason Roth of Osage Beach, Missouri; his fiancÃ© Karee Robinson of Keokuk; three children, Cole Stice, Jorja and Tyona Robinson; a brother, David Stice and his wife, Amanda, of Des Moines, Iowa; maternal grandparents, Bill and Carol Luebke of Hamilton, Illinois; paternal step grandmother, Donna Coffield of Keokuk; two stepbrothers, Brent Roth of Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, and Jason Chad Roth of Bogota, Columbia; stepsister, Noelle Roth of New York; many aunts, uncles and cousins; fiancÃ©' parents, Darrell and Merri Wells of Keokuk, Iowa; and three special friends, Brad Bowden, Trever Billings and Jon Mead.
He was preceded in death by paternal grandparents, John and Evelyn Stice, and paternal step grandfather, John Coffield.
A Celebration of his Life will be at 11:00 AM Wednesday, March 30, 2011, at DeJong-Greaves Celebration of Life Center on Blondeau Street with Pastor Jared Massey officiating. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery in Keokuk.
Visitation will be Tuesday after 1:00 PM at DeJong-Greaves Celebration of Life Center on Blondeau with family meeting friends from 6:00 to 8:00.
Memorials are suggested for the education of his children.
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I don't know Brian, or I don't really remember him, but I remember Karee, and I can only say that I am truly sorry for your loss. My prayers and thoughts to the entire family and may God bring peace to your hearts during... more
I will miss brian very much he was like a son to me. he was a great father to my grandchildren.He loved, and took great care of my daughter. I will always be grateful to him for the happiness that he put in to their live... more
Thank-you all for your beautiful words of encouragement, thoughts and prayers. You have all been a blessing to us at this tragic time. We have been amazed at the love and support shown to our family. In Christ's Love,... more
Dave, Laurie and family, My deepest thoughts and sympathy reach out to you. May you somehow find peace and comfort in the days ahead. My prayers go out to you and your family at this difficult time and days to come.
Laurie and David, We are so sorry to hear about Brian. We can only hope that you will be able to get through your greif as soon as possible and that you will be able to substitute it little by little with fond memories. ... more
Cim & family, From all your friends in Room 428 at school, our hearts go out to you in deepest sympathy.