Quinn Dylan Diener, age 21 of New Ulm died unexpectedly at his home on Monday, January 29, 2018.

A celebration of life service will be held on Friday, February 9, 2018 from 4-7 pm at the Minnesota Valley Funeral Home-SOUTH CHAPEL. A time of prayer and sharing will be held at 6:30 pm that evening at the funeral home led by Pastor Vance Becker. A private family committal service will be held at a later date.

To leave an online condolence for his family, or to sign the guestbook, go to: mvfh.org

Quinn is survived by his mother, Jennifer Wimmergren and father, Steve Diener both of New Ulm; his sister, Madylan Diener of Inver Grove Heights; his brothers, Dakota Diener and Jeffrey Michel both of Mankato; and many close friends.

He was preceded in death by his brother, Dylan Diener, his grandpa Charlie, grandma Joan, grandma Rose; and uncle David.

Quinn Dylan Diener was born March 15 1996 in Marshall to Steven Diener and Jennifer Wimmergren.

Quinn was an amazing person. He loved his German heritage, he was filled with historical knowledge and spent many discussions about wars, empires and military with his grandfather. He loved his Minnesota sports teams and his family. He always spoke of being Diener strong. Quinn worked at the New Ulm Hy-Vee with his mother. He attended school at Nicollet public school. Quinn loved his nephew and would make all kinds of noises with him and show him what it meant to be a Diener by feeding him sauerkraut and schnitzel. Quinn loved music and arts. He and his brother Dakota wanted to start an artistic clothing line together. Quinn was called the VP for vice president. Quinn had more knowledge than he knew what to do with it so he spread it with anyone he knew, anyone whose heart he touched. Quinn was 21 years old loved his Schell's beer and spent a lot of time with his father discussing everything under the sun. Family was always what was important to him & he was never afraid to tell people right from wrong. Quinn went by many nicknames but the one that stuck from the time he was a young child was mountain man. He would climb any and everything. He was a giver. Quinn would give the shirt off his back, his last dollar, whatever he had for his friends and family. He was an aspiring chef, which he took after his mother. He loved to debate and prove his point. He was right frequently. He loved movies and biographies. He was always interested in mythology and past centuries. He was a protective person of his family and those that needed it. His sister recalls a time where he carried her to the nurses office when she hurt her knee in school but he didn't hesitate to keep her safe & watch over her. He helped his brother buy his car, his sister's car, and took care of his grandfather when he was towards the end of his years. He was as loyal as they come. There are not many like him. He was a great person that is missed unbelievably.