Loagan Wade Helton

Loagan Wade Helton
Loagan Wade Helton

Loagan Wade Helton, 33 years old, of Pampa, TX passed away on January 8, 2024.

The family will recieve friends from 4:30-6:30 PM, Friday, January 12, 2024 at Boxwell Brothers, 2800 Paramount. Services will be at 10:00 am, Saturday, January 13, 2024 at Hillside Christian Church at 6100 Soncy Rd. Amarillo, TX 79119. Burial will be at the White Rose Cemetery in Reydon, OK at 3:00 pm. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Loagan was born in Pampa, TX, on June 23, 1990, to Jenny Lee Shockey Helton, mother and Albert Wade Helton, father.

Loagan grew up in Amarillo, TX and Pampa, TX. He attended Sleepy Hollow Elementary School, Bushland Middle School before graduating high school from the Heritage Academy in year 2009. Loagan was active in Junior rodeo growing up and competed in High School rodeo in bull riding, tie down roping and team roping. Loagan received over 25 different scholarship offers to compete in rodeo and in music eventually accepting a full scholarship to Vernon Jr College to compete in bull riding and tie down roping. While competing in college rodeo, Loagan won the first round of the bull riding in the College Olympics in Springfield, Illinois representing the State of Texas and the United States against several countries including Australia and Canada Loagan later attended Frank Phillips College where he earned a degree in agricultural business. Loagan continued to compete in rodeo after college in tie down and team roping. Loagan’s accolades and winnings in rodeo are too vast to mention.

Loagan was a talented musician and song writer. Loagan played fiddle, guitar and was an extraordinary mandolin player as well as an inspiring singer. Loagan and Lane Hedeman formed the duo group of H2L where Loagan was lead singer. He wrote several of the songs. In 2010, H2L released their debut album “H2L” to great success. H2L performed in venues such as Billy Bobs in Ft Worth, TX, South Point Casino in Las Vegas, Larry Joe Taylors Music Festival, Willie Nelson’s 4th of July Picnic among others.

Loagan started a bucking bull company raising bulls for rodeo competition. Loagan was an intricate part of the successful training team of American quarter horse racing seasoning with super star horse Llano Cartel. In 2013, they won Remington Park and in 2014, Florida Hialeah Park. Loagan and his father Wade won the American Quarter Horse Nation with Llano Cartel in 2013.

Loagan was a very outdoors person who enjoyed skiing, golfing, riding horses, fishing and boating. Loagan also was very skilled in martial arts earning a black belt in Taekwondo. Loagan enjoyed spending time with family and always had a number of fun and interesting projects to keep busy and share with family and friends.

Loagan was preceded in death by his Grandfather, Jimmy Lee Shockey, Aunt, Carla Ann Shockey Pursley and step-mother Tammy Sasser Helton. Loagan is survived by his father Albert Wade Helton, mother Jenny Lee Shockey Helton Gillispie, son Reddan Wade Helton, brothers Gage Gillispie, Grant Gillispie, Lane Hall. Grandparents Pat and Alberta Helton and Harold and Pat Dickason. Also, several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.





28 Replies to “Loagan Wade Helton”

  1. Wade and family,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Loagan was such a sweetheart to me the few times I met him. He will be missed. Prayers for all.

  2. We are so sorry for your loss. Prayers for comfort, peace and understanding during this difficult time.

  3. Such an accomplished young man, and loved by all. Prayers of comfort and peace for his family and friends. May the memories you all shared bring you comfort during the days and weeks ahead.
    Rest in peace Loagan.

    1. I would love to tell you the family and friends how sorry I am for you loss. May God hold you tight and help you in this time. Cheryl Ellwanger.

  4. I’m gonna miss you buddy. I’ve been singing Do Wa Diddy in my head for days. I sure am glad I got to know you. Thanks for some enjoyable memories.
    RIP Loagan

  5. Loagan, I am blessed to have known you, you were an amazing person! Rest easy friend…
    My deepest sympathies go out to your family.

  6. Wade and family, my prayers go out to you all. He has a testimony for sure. May God’s peace be with you all. Much love and hugs.

  7. Que hermoso hijo de Dios , con tantos éxitos y virtudes increíble su hoja de vida. Con cariño pastora Alberta y familia. Shalom

  8. God bless all the family He will be missed but always remembered for the good person and a great achiever he was. Much Love

  9. The Helton Family is a awesome and well known family of faith.I pray for peace and comfort from the Holy Spirit for family and friends during and after this difficult time In Jesus Name. I send my love and hugs till we meet again.

  10. Loagan was one of a kind!! This young man accomplished more in the first 18 years of his life than most do in 65! He loved and lived life to the fullest!! It was truly an honor to know loagan and have him as my cousin!

  11. To the family of Loagan Wade Helton, especially Wade and Jenny, there just have been no words that I can speak for comfort or peace at this time. Only the Lord knows what you are truly feeling and going thru and He will be the one to provide your hearts, souls and minds with what you need to walk through this process of grief. You will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers. Love always, Beth Watson

  12. Loagan is covered in the shekhinah glory of our Father singing his praises. A sight we can’t even begin to comprehend in our human realm. It’s not good bye…. It’s see you later! Many prayers for peace and comfort!

  13. Wade and family. So sorry for your loss. Prayers for strength and comfort. Love you guys. Lance & Dayla (Hash) Cates

  14. May the Lord’s overwhelming comfort and grace surround each one of Loagan’s friends and family. Praying for peace that passes all understanding for each one of you.
    Psalm 34:18 The Lord is close to the broken hearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.
    God Bless, Nikki Shackelford Ayres

  15. So sorry to hear of Logan’s passing. The family remains in my prayers during this time of healing and trying to understand why.

  16. Wade and family, my deepest condolences! I am so sorry for your loss! Loagan was an amazing person full of life and love! My prayers are with you all!

  17. Prayers for Wade and the Helton family during this time. Kelby and I always in enjoyed seeing and being around Loagan at rodeos, Ruidoso and at his home. He will be missed.

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