Dennis Kellogg

Dennis Kellogg, 79, of Amarillo, TX died Friday, September 18, 2020.

Memorial services will be at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 23, 2020, at Paramount Baptist Church with Lance Herrington officiating.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Dennis was born July 16, 1941, in Denver, CO to Eugene Jerold and Doris Kellogg.

Most of all, Dennis will be remembered for his ability to tell a tale. Dennis enjoyed camping, hunting and fishing. His love of cooking was known far and wide. He entered cooking contests of all kinds. He was world famous for his peanut brittle he cooked each Christmas season and was family famous for his cream cheese and dried beef pinwheels. When the girls were young the family enjoyed Jeeping with a Jeep group.

Survivors include two daughters, Stephanie Lindegren and her husband Jason and Jennifer Kellogg and her fiance Walter Brockman, both of Amarillo, TX; grandchildren, Joshua Risner, Berkley Risner, Jon Risner, Christopher Lindegren, Austin Lindegren, and Sean Lindegren, Tarek Erwin, and Zalen Erwin; and several nieces and nephews.

10 Replies to “Dennis Kellogg”

  1. I always enjoyed working with Dennis in the late 80’s early 90’s. He was an amazing story teller. Sympathies and Peace to his family!

  2. Deepest Sympathies To The Kellogg Family. I worked with both your Mother, Linda and Dennis at First National Bank. Such a great couple. Dennis always had a Tall Tail to share with you. May he Rest In Peace. Nancy Hunter

  3. Just seeing this. So sorry for your loss. Love remembering time with him and your mom when I was in Beta Sigma Phi, and renewed friendship at Paramount. Sending hugs and prayers.

  4. We share so many memories with these precious friends from high school through the years as our families traveled and played together and time flew by. They lived their faith and loved fellowship with family and friends. Your family is truly blessed and we are blessed to have been part of their lives. Our love and prayers are with you. Linda and Tom Ladehoff

  5. Very sorry for your loss. He was a very wonderful person and will be remembered by all who knew him. I know he rests in the arms of his Savior now.

  6. We will certainly miss our great camping cook, yarn spinner and good buddy, Dennis (and of course, Linda). We don’t have enough fingers and toes to count the incredible good times we all enjoyed on Elm Creek, Little Cross Ranch, Texas. Unforgettable is the time when our daughter’s dog Pharaoh found solace in Dennis’ lap as the future Daniel Boones practiced shooting out in the plowed field We look forward to seeing Dennis and Linda when we again meet in heaven. Our love, Pete and Darlene

  7. I am so sorry you guys, your dad was precious , and now chillin with mom! I can not come to service because of my knee surgery but you are all in my prayers, love y’all!

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