John "Johnny" A. Yahnke, age 23, of Frost, passed away Thursday, December 5, 2013 in a motor vehicle accident near Frost. Funeral services will be held 1:00 PM Sunday, December 8, 2013 at Patton Funeral Home. Visitation will be 11:00 AM until service time at the funeral home. Web tributes can be made at www.pattonfh.comJohn was born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to Marv and Shirley Yahnke on June 19, 1990. At 3 years old, he and his family moved to Frost, MN. As a baby and child, John was a deep thinker, observant, and loved people. He was a people watcher and wanted to know how things worked. By the time he was a preschooler, he showed mechanical aptitude like Grandpa Dale Yahnke and Uncle Paul Super. Growing up, John was a risk-taker who knew what he wanted and wasn''t afraid to go after it. John attended Blue Earth High School and played football. He loved health and fitness, his body was his temple and he loved to show it off. He loved to lift weights in the weight room at school and also at home. He and his brother, Daniel, enjoyed wrestling each other and rough-housing. John loved to listen to a variety of music and watch movies. Johnny also was great with technology, especially computers. He enjoyed hunting & fishing, and his dream was to get a 10 point buck. After high school, John knew he wanted to move to the cities, so he did. He made many friends in the process. He loved all of his friends and would take the time to invest in them. During the Summer of 2013, John wanted to move back with his family so that he could attend trade school to become a welder. Everyone who knew John would say that he was a kind, caring and charismatic person. He loved to encourage others and took many under his wing. He was generous even when he didn''t have much to give. He literally would give you the shirt off of his back, if he knew it would help you. He became a brother and friend to everyone he met. He could meet someone and 5 minutes later, he''d know their life story and have their phone number with a genuine promise to call and hang out. John will be deeply missed by all those who encountered him. We love you, Johnny.Survivors include his parents, Marvin & Shirley Yahnke of Frost, brother, Daniel & Nina Yahnke of Harper, IA, sisters, Rebekah & Robby Thoren of Perry, IA, Larissa Yahnke of Frost, grandfather, John Super of NE Minneapolis, MN.He was preceded in death by his grandparents Helen & Dale Yahnke, and Mae Super.