Holton grad who lost his life Aug 6 will be remembered Saturday

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HOLTON (KSNT) – The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office identified a Holton man who died Aug. 6 in a UTV accident near Denison, according to a news release.

Deputies identified 34-year-old Aaron Jack Minde, as the driver in the deadly accident. The Sheriff’s Office received the report of a crashed UTV around 11 p.m. Friday, and found Minde pinned under the vehicle upon arrival. A medical response team pronounced him dead on the scene, according to reports.

After an initial investigation, deputies believe Minde was driving near 189th Road north of Denison at the time of the accident. While traveling northbound on W. Road his vehicle left the east side of the roadway and then reentered, causing it to overturn and pin him underneath, according to a news release.

According to an obituary from Mercer Funeral Home Minde was born Jan. 9, 1987 in Wisconsin but graduated from Holton High School in 2005 and attended Kaw Valley Vo-Tech earning a diesel mechanic certificate. He was a proud owner and operator of Minde Trucking, Inc. since 2009.

A Memorial Service will be at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, August 14, 2021 at the Mercer Funeral Home in Holton.

The accident is being investigated by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office at this time.

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