Deane Sagmoe

March 22, 2018

obit Sagmoe 2018_03_15_15_10_400001Oct. 16, 1941- March 14, 2018

Deane “Bucky” Sag­moe, age 76 of Hendricks, passed away Wednesday, March 14 at the Hendricks Hospital. Funeral service was 2:30 p.m. Sunday, March 18 at Faith Lu­theran Brethren Church in Hendricks. Burial was in the Hendricks City Cem­etery. Visitation was Sun­day, one hour prior to the service at the church. The Houseman Funeral Home, Birk Chapel in Hendricks was entrusted with the ar­rangements.
Deane “Bucky” Sagmoe was born Oct. 16, 1941 to Kenneth and Fern (Chris­tensen) Sagmoe in Brook­ings County, South Dakota. He was baptized and con­firmed in the Lutheran faith. He was raised in the Hendricks area and gradu­ated from Hendricks High School in 1959, where he was active in baseball, football, basketball and track. After working at Hendricks Farmers Lum­ber Company he enrolled in college at Mankato State, where he played baseball and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1965.
Bucky was united in marriage to Beatta Olson on Sept. 14, 1968. To this union, three daughters were born—Heidi, Jodi and Melissa. From 1965 to 1973, he taught Health and Physical Education in Red­woodFalls. He was elected Lincoln County Auditor in 1973, where he served for over 25 years.
After retiring, he served two terms as County Com­missioner from 2000 to 2008.
Bucky suffered from multiple heart problems since the age of 29 and passed away on March 14 at Hendricks Hospital at the age of 76.
Bucky enjoyed hunting, fishing, playing golf and taking care of his lawns.
He is survived by his wife Beatta Sagmoe of Hendricks; three daugh­ters— Heidi (Darren) Sw­enson and Jodi Sagmoe of Hendricks and Missy Sag­moe of Brookings, South Dakota; one grandson, Henry Dean; and one sis­ter, Donna (Jerry) Kluess of Brookings, South Da­kota.
Bucky was preceded in death by parents Ken­neth and Fern Sagmoe and one brother, Duane“Pike” (Jean) Sagmoe.
A Sinner Saved by Grace! Blessed be his memory.

Omey Olson

March 16, 2018

obit Omey Olson picAug. 19, 1929 – March 8, 2018

Omey Olson, age 88 of Hendricks, passed away on Thursday, March 8 at San­ford Canby Medical Center in Canby. Funeral service was 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 13 at Singsaas Lu­theran Church, rural Hen­dricks. Burial was in the Hendricks City Cemetery with Military Honors. Visi­tation was 5-7 p.m. with a prayer service at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 12 at Houseman Funeral Home, Birk Chapel, Hendricks.
Omey James Olson was born Aug. 19, 1929 in Hendricks to Benjamin and Ida (Ness) Olson. He attended rural country school and worked on the family farm. He proudly served his country in the United States Army during the Korean War from Sept. 29, 1951 until his honor­able discharge on June 25, 1953.
Omey was united in mar­riage to Margaret Yack­ley on June 25, 1955 and to this union they were blessed with five children. Together they raised their family on the farm. Farming was a lifelong passion for Omey, along with buying and selling farm machinery for countless years. Omey enjoyed picnics at the Hen­dricks Park and spending time with his children and grandchildren.
He was a member of Singsaas Lutheran Church and the Rueben-Hansen American Legion, Post 195 of Hendricks.
Grateful for having shared Omey’s life is his bride of 62 years, Margaret Olson of Hendricks; his chil­dren— Cheryl (Mike)Boldt of Sioux Falls, South Dako­ta, Lesa (Tom) Franken of Watertown, South Dakota, John (Denise) Olson of Hendricks, Betty (Michael) Walter of Freeman, South Dakota, and Cris (Jeff) En­gen of Brookings, South Da­kota; 12 grandchildren— Alexis Ricci, Shane Boldt, AJ (Liz) Franken, Heidi (Tom) Pettit, Roshal (Nick) Ross­man, Jamie (JJ) Arens, Greg (Brittany) Olson, Brianna (Tyler) Veurink, Shelby Bauer and Scott, Jacob and Davis Engen; eight great-grandchildren—Mya Ricci, Henry, James and Maggie Pettit, Asher Rossman, Vera Franken and Josephine and Alexander Arens; and two great-great-granddaugh­ters due any day now; sib­lings David (Gaylyne) Olson and Bevelyn Olson, both of Hendricks; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents Bennie and Ida Olson, brother-in-law Alton Olson, and infant niece Tammy Joy Olson.

Dolores Dunlap

March 16, 2018

obit SAL014256+pdfDec. 26, 1925 – March 6, 2018

Dolores Dunlap died peacefully at the age of 92 on March 6 at the Hen­dricks Nursing Home in Hendricks.
She was born in St. Paul on Dec. 26, 1925 and raised in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. She at­tended Cathedral grade and high school. Dolores married Richard (Dick) Dunlap on Sept. 25, 1945, in Sioux Falls, South Da­kota. Richard passed away 1984.
Dolores was an outgo­ing person and liked by whomever she met. She was an avid sports fan with a special interest in the Boston Celtics and New York Yankees.
She is survived by her brother Bernie and his wife Nita of Concord, Cal­ifornia; four children— Ken (Sandy), Nancy (Scott), Mike (Karen), and Rick (Julie); 10 grandchil­dren and 15 great-grand­children.
Dolores received a nursing certificate in 1975 and worked at San­ford until retirement. Be­cause of her love of the health field, she donated her body to the Univer­sity Medical School.
Special thanks to the Hendricks Nursing Home for the outstanding care and compassion during her stay there.
A memorial service will be held at a later date. Cards and well-wishes can be sent to Ken and Rick Dunlap, Key Real Estate, 4101 S. Westport Ave. Ste. B, Sioux Falls, SD57106.

Caryl Jeppesen

March 8, 2018

obit jeppesen DOC030518-03052018083814-0001Nov. 6, 1928 – March 2, 2018

Caryl Jeppesen, age 89 of Canby, passed away Friday, March 2 at Sunset Assisted Living in Canby. Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:30 a.m. Satur­day, March 10 at St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Canby. Burial will be in St. Peter’s Catholic Cemetery in Can­by. Visitation will be 4:30-6:30 p.m. Friday, March 9 at Houseman Funeral Home, Birk Chapel in Canby. A prayer service will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a Rosary to follow. Visitation will resume Saturday at the fu­neral home from 9-10 a.m. followed by a procession to the church.
Caryl Catherine Kloster­man was born Nov. 6, 1928 in Woodstock to George and Catherine (George) Klosterman. She went to school for kindergarten through the 8th grade in Woodstock and 9th through 12th in Pipestone. After graduation she went to Normal Training for one year in Canby.
She taught school for one year in Lincoln County and was also a substitute teacher for Marble School. During this time she met her husband Arvin Jeppes­en. They were united in marriage July 12, 1950 and were blessed with eight children. Caryl then began the role of a domes­tic engineer.
Caryl was a member of St. Peter’s Catholic Church. She enjoyed card club with neighbors and friends and was a member of the Marble Marbles Extension Club for 50 years.
She is survived by her children—Mary Jo Knut­son of Fargo, North Da­kota, Connie (Bill) Otto of Canby, Gregg Jeppesen of Hendricks, Bruce (Avis) Jeppesen of Brookings, South Dakota, Lori (Chris) Husby of Canby, Barb Jeppesen of Canby, Karin (Jim) Beer of Hendricks, and Brad Jeppesen of Can­by; 16 grandchildren and 38 great-grandchildren; siblings— Jean (Virgil) Voss of Canby, Lois Gaskin of San Diego, California, and Kathy (Dan) Block of Coon Rapids.
Caryl was preceded in death by her husband Arvin Jeppesen; parents George and Catherine Klosterman; sister Barb (Chris) Christmas; broth­ers-in-law Jerry Gaskin and Jim (Phyllis) Kloster­man; and son-in-law Allen Reiners.

Mavis Holland

February 22, 2018

obit MavisJune 29, 1933 – Feb. 17, 2018

Mavis J. Holland, age 84 of Hendricks, passed away Saturday, Feb. 17 at the Hendricks Hospi­tal. Memorial Service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 22 at Faith Luther­an Church in Hendricks, with Rev. Darren Shaw officiating. Visitation will be Thursday one hour prior to the service. The Houseman Funeral Home, Birk Chapel of Hendricks is entrusted with the ar­rangements.
Mavis J. Holland was born in Hendricks on June 29, 1933 to Julius and So­phie (Ronning) Johnson. Mavis had four siblings— a sister named Gaella and brothers named Burgess, Arnie and Mark.
Mavis was married to Harry Holland and they had two boys, Steven, the eldest, and Scott. Mavis graduated from Augs­burg College with a music major. She went on to be the organist for 20-some years at St. Luke’s Luther­an Church in Blooming­ton. She was also a mem­ber of Christ Lutheran Church in Hendricks. She worked in diverse indus­tries over the years. All of her jobs had a theme— she worked hard, had fun and was well liked at all of them. She worked for Lifetouch National School Studios, and was, of course, the church or­ganist and she gave piano lessons. She also worked at airport parking as a cashier when she lived in Houston, Texas. She even cashiered for a big gro­cery chain so when she returned home to Hen­dricks in 2000 she was 66 and decided to work at the Hendricks Hospital until she retired.
Mavis loved sports whether she was out there cheering us on or watching the local sports teams. She loved the Vi­kings, Timberwolves, Wild and the Gophers and was a big fan of all of them. Mavis was a hard-working woman with a great sense of humor and a little bit on the feisty side. She was a fantastic wife and mother to her sons. She was a great grandma and loved by ev­eryone who encountered her.
Mavis is survived by her son Steven Holland of Hendricks; granddaugh­ter Joslin Ndiritu and her husband Peter and three great-grandchildren— Jarrin age 15, Josiah age 13, and Jadelyn age 11.
She was preceded in death by her husband Harry and son Scott.

Lonnel Moon

February 8, 2018

obit Moon editNov. 23, 1940 – Feb. 1, 2018

Lonnel “Lon” Moon, age 77 of Marshall, went home to his Heavenly Father on Thursday, Feb. 1 at Heri­tage Pointe Care Center in Marshall. Memorial servic­es are 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 9 at Cornerstone United Methodist Church in Mar­shall. Interment will be at a later date. Visitation will be held 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 8 at the Hamilton Fu­neral Home in Marshall. A prayer service is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Visitation will continue one hour prior to the service, 10-11 a.m. Fri­day at the church.
Lonnel Lewis Moon was born Nov. 23, 1940 in Tracy to Harvey and Arloine (Lewis) Moon. He was raised by his mother and Arthur Scotting near Hendricks. He was raised a very faithful person, liv­ing just across the street from their church. He was baptized and confirmed at New Grove Evangelical United Brethren Church. He attended country school before Hendricks High School. After graduating with the Class of 1958, Lon went on to Beadle State College in Madison, South Dakota, then Westmar College in LeMars, Iowa, where he met Ms. Robin Sack. Lon started his life of education teaching for two years at a one-room school house in Brookings Coun­ty, South Dakota, then a couple more years in DeS­met, South Dakota.
On Aug. 27, 1965 Lon and Robin were united in marriage in Spring Valley. The couple moved to Mar­shall, where Lon taught 6th grade. After a brief pe­riod of teaching in Maple­ton, they returned to Mar­shall in 1969. Lon taught at Marshall Middle School, 1969-1979, then at South­west Minnesota State Uni­versity, 1979-1981. He finished his career teach­ing 5th grade at East Side and Parkside Elementary schools for 20 years. All told, he devoted over 40 years to his work and pas­sion of education.
Lon and Robin had two daughters, Joanna and Sarah, and shared over 52 years of marriage. Lon was a long-time member of Al­bright then Cornerstone United Methodist Church in Marshall. He served in many roles including both youth and adult education, youth leader, Wednesday morning Bible study, and served on various commit­tees and council positions. Lon was proud to be part of the team that started the Plum Creek Library Sys­tem. Lon was also known to sing with his family, at church, and as part of the Gospel 4 traveling quartet, sharing the good news of Christ’s salvation.
Lon was a spiritual per­son and led his life by faith. He was always ac­tive; enjoyments included antiques, refinishing furni­ture, caning (cane-woven furniture), playing piano, drama (both in high school and college), poetry, callig­raphy, framing and matting pictures, table-setting, and spending time with his grandchildren.
Lon went home to his Heavenly Father on Feb. 1 at the age of 77 years, two months and nine days. His long battle with Alzheim­er’s is now over. He will be dearly missed.
Lon is survived by his loving wife of 52 years, Robin Moon of Marshall; daughters Joanna (Matt) McKenzie of Oakdale and Sarah (Russell) Svenning­son of Sioux Falls, South Dakota; four grandchil­dren—Anders Svenning­sen, Jack McKenzie, An­nika Svenningsen and Jude McKenzie; brothers Marlin (Janet) Scotting of Grand Junction, Colorado and Kevin Scotting of DeSmet, South Dakota; brother-in-law Charles (Betty) Ma­thison of Port Hueneme, California; sisters-in-law Karen (Darrell) Vreeman of Spring Valley, Deanna (Dave) Vonn of Rochester and Marlene (Judy Kenni­son) Sack of Ithaca, New York; nieces and nephews, other relatives, and many friends.
He was preceded in death by his grandpar­ents Jonathon and Hannah Lewis, parents Arthur and Arloine (Lewis) Scotting, mother-in-law Dorothy (Sack) Lichty, fathers-in-law Arlo Sack and Wal­lace Lichty, infant brother Bruce Moon, brother-in-law Charlie Lichty and sis­ter-in-law Alona Scotting.
Arrangements by the Hamilton Funeral Home in Marshall. Guest book and tribute wall available online at

Darrell Ruhd

January 26, 2018

obit Darrell Ruhd 1Nov. 17, 1935 – Jan. 7, 2018

Darrell B. Ruhd, age 82 of Brandt, South Dakota, passed away Sunday, Jan. 7 at the Sanford Clear Lake Medical Center. Fu­neral service was 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 12 at Highland Lutheran Church, Brandt, South Dakota. Burial was in the Highland Lutheran Cemetery, Brandt. Visita­tion was 5-7 p.m. Thurs­day, Jan. 11 at Highland Lutheran Church. The Houseman Funeral Home in Clear Lake, South Da­kota was entrusted with the arrangements.
Darrell Blair Ruhd was born Nov. 17, 1935 to Martin and Lillian (Blair) Ruhd in Hendricks. He was raised in Brandt, South Dakota and gradu­ated from Brandt High School. During high school he enjoyed work­ing for area farmers. He moved to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he worked at a packing plant.
Darrell was united in marriage to Annie Schep­ker on July 16, 1955 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. They moved back to Mar­shall, where he worked at a packing plant. They then moved to Brandt, South Dakota, where he began working for the Brandt Co-op Creamery and Hatchery as well as the packing plant in Marshall. He later began working for Virgil For­syth at the Brandt Locker, which Darrell and An­nie purchased and op­erated for many years. Darrell also worked as a rural mail carrier for the Brandt and Toronto Post Offices for over 53 years.
Annie passed away on June 20, 2008. Darrell re­mained active in Brandt and continued to be in­volved with his family’s activities. He passed away Sunday, Jan. 7 at the San­ford Clear Lake Medical Center at the age of 82.
He was a member of Highland Lutheran Church in Brandt, where he volunteered, served as a board member and sang in the choir. Darrell was a member of Isaac Walton League, where he did skeet and trap-shoot­ing. He was also a volun­teer fireman and served as Fire Chief in Brandt. He had many hobbies including watching his children’s and grandchil­dren’s sporting events, hunting, fishing, bowling, golfing, watching birds and teaching his boys to hunt. Darrell also spent time driving school bus for the Brandt School.
Darrell is lovingly re­membered by his chil­dren—Terry (Cherie) Ruhd of Brandt, South Dakota, Darla (Greg) To­ben of Clear Lake, South Dakota, Brad (Tammy) Ruhd of Toronto, South Dakota, Peggy (Dwight) Buller of Hendricks, Neal (Polly) Ruhd of Clear Lake, South Dakota, and Patsy (Don) Cassels of Clear Lake, South Dakota; 25 grandchildren—Abby Ruhd, Katie Kopp, Jes­sica Rehder, Jason Toben, Ross Toben, Josh Ruhd, Tony Ruhd, Brooke Ruhd, Lily Ruhd, John Buller, Andrew Buller, Thomas Buller, Claudia Buller, Gladys Buller, Rachel Bednarek, Joey Buller, Ezzy Buller, Tyler Ruhd, Logan Ruhd, Walker Ruhd, Tate Pope, Trevor Cassels, Justin Cassels and Mat­thew Cassels; 17 great-grandchildren—Casen Kopp, Colton Kopp, Vic­toria Olson, Brayden Re­hder, Ema Rehder, Gray­son Rehder, Laney Toben, Jace Toben, Payton Ruhd, Layla Ruhd, Gabe Buller, Josh Bednarek Jr, Leah Buller, Brock Ruhd, Colt Ruhd, Mataylah Pope and Taytum Pope; and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his wife Annie, son Brian, granddaugh­ter Sarah Buller, and seven siblings—Harriet Zischke, Bernice (Clulla) Nelson, Gladys Hofman, Minerva Helmberger, Le­land Ruhd, Ellen Story and Avis (Bonnie) Stange­land.

John Huber

January 18, 2018

obit John Huber picMay 21, 1924 – Jan. 10, 2018

John Huber, age 93 of Hendricks, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 10 at the Hendricks Community Hospital. Funeral service will be 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17 at Christ Lutheran Church in Hendricks. Visi­tation will be held one hour prior to the service at the church. Burial with mili­tary honors by the Rueben- Hansen American Legion Post 195 of Hendricks will be at the East Hendricks Cemetery. Houseman Fu­neral Home-Birk Chapel of Hendricks is entrusted with the arrangements.
John Henry Huber was born May 21, 1924 in Bushnell, South Dakota to parents Nickolas and Mary (Tomscha) Huber. He was raised on the family farm near Elkton, South Da­kota and attended country school. John proudly served his country in the U.S. Army during WWII, serving in Japan, and was honorably discharged in March 1946. After the war he returned home to farm.
On Sept. 3, 1955 John was united in marriage to Marlys Oien at Calvary Lu­theran Church in Hendricks. To this union they were blessed with one daughter, Kim. Together they farmed and milked cows and in the early 1970s John and Marlys moved to Brook­ings, South Dakota, where John worked for SDSU as a custodian for the Veteri­narian Science facility. In 1996 they moved back to Hendricks.
John enjoyed maintain­ing their home and tak­ing the RV out of town for some fishing with his grandchildren. He also en­joyed spending time at the lake in their cabin. He was a member of Christ Luther­an Church and also of the Rueben-Hansen American Legion, Post 195 of Hen­dricks.
Grateful for having shared John’s life is his wife of 62 years, Marlys Huber of Hendricks; his daughter Kim and Kent Kanten of Milan; his grandchildren— James (Laura) Kanten and their son Henry of Milan, Kristin (Aaron) Vadnais and their children Freya and Bjorn of Benson, and Timothy (Sierra) Kanten of Milan; and numerous nieces, nephews, in-laws and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; three broth­ers— Roy, Russell and Vir­gil Huber; and numerous in-laws.

Beth Daniels

January 18, 2018

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Beth Daniels, age 67 of Arco, passed away Tues­day, Jan. 9 at her home near Arco. Funeral service was 11 a.m. Monday, Jan. 15 at Bethany Lutheran Church in Arco. A spring burial will be held in the Arco Cemetery. Visitation was 4-8 p.m. with a prayer service at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 14 at Bethany Luther­an Church, and resumed Monday one hour prior to the service at the church. Houseman Funeral Home, Birk Chapel was entrusted with the arrangements.
Beth Ann (Nagel) Dan­iels, 67, died peacefully on Tuesday, Jan. 9 surrounded by her loving family. She was born March 1, 1950 in Libertyville, Illinois, the daughter of Wilbur and Marie (Behm) Nagel. She graduated from Grant High School in Fox Lake, Illinois in 1968, and went on to attain her BA degree in Social Work from Moor­head State University in 1972. On Aug. 19, 1972 Beth was united in mar­riage to Thomas Daniels in Long Lake, Illinois. The two made a family and a home on a farm near Arco. Beth worked as a licensed social worker and was an integral part of Divine Providence Health Center in Ivanhoe for 31 years. Following her successful career as a social worker, she dedicated her exper­tise at Pluto Legal in Tyler for several years.
When her family was young, she devoted much of her time to her church and community. She en­joyed reading a good book and was active in the Ivan­hoe book club, the Litwits. For many years, Beth loved couples’ bowling with Tom on Sunday nights in Ivanhoe, mostly for social­izing. She was involved in Knights of Knowledge Study Club in Ivanhoe and served on the board at Western Mental Health in Marshall. Spending time with her friends and fam­ily was one of Beth’s great­est joys in life; she was always available with an open heart and a listening ear. Beth was a special per­son who demonstrated Je­sus’ love, humbleness, and selfless nature to those around her. She touched many lives during her time on earth and her positive spirit was inspiring to many. She will be dearly missed.
Grateful to have spent their lives with Beth are her husband of 45 years, Tom of Arco; daughters Dawn (Scott) Popowski of Ivanhoe, Jill Daniels of Ivanhoe, and Janet (Jere­my) McGee of Rosemount; grandchildren Leah, Lacey, Elizabeth, Blake, Matthew, Jacob and Mason; siblings Craig (Claire) Nagel of Pe­quot Lakes, Dick Nagel of Pequot Lakes, Bill (Jane) Nagel of Pine River, and Carol (Fran) Marin of Oax­aca, Oaxaca, Mexico; and a host of other family and friends.
She was preceded in death by her precious daughter Heather in 1978; parents Wilbur and Marie Nagel; grandson Ted Mc­Gee in 2016; and nieces Kia Holbeck and Sharon Nagel.
In lieu of flowers, me­morials are preferred to Bethany Lutheran Church in Arco.

Pastor Cy Solberg

January 10, 2018

obit Solberg Cy editedNov. 25, 1930 – Jan. 3, 2018

Memorial services for Pastor Cy Solberg, age 87 of Tyler, were Saturday, Jan. 6, 2:30 p.m. at First English Lutheran Church in Tyler. Visitation was Saturday, 1-2:30 p.m. at the church. Burial will be in Danebod Lutheran Cem­etery in Tyler.
He died Wednesday, Jan. 3 at the Pipestone County Hospice House in Pip­estone.
Arrangements were pro­vided by Hartquist Funer­al Home, Utoft-Johansen Chapel in Tyler. Send on-line condolences at
Cyrus LeRoy Solberg was born Nov. 25, 1930 to Carl and Lillian (Skjei) Solberg in Hatton, North Dakota, where he was baptized and confirmed at St. John’s Lutheran Church. He at­tended school in Hatton, graduating in 1948. After high school he attended Mayville State University in Mayville, North Da­kota, Concordia College in Moorhead, and graduated from Luther Seminary in St. Paul in 1956. On June 30, 1956 Cy married Betty Jo Vogtsburger at Our Sav­ior’s Lutheran Church in Menomonie, Wisconsin. Their union was blessed with four children and 62 years of life together. Dur­ing his years as a parish pastor, Pastor Cy served Bethany and Bethlehem Lutheran Churches in As­toria, South Dakota; Ken­neth Lutheran and Blue Mound Lutheran Churches in Kenneth; Grace Luther­an Church in Dawson; First English Lutheran Church in Tyler; and United Lutheran Church in Elbow Lake. He retired from Elbow Lake and he and Betty Jo moved back to Tyler, where he was busy for many years serv­ing as an interim pastor in southwestern Minnesota. In 2014 he was named Pastor Emeritus from First English Lutheran Church. In the last few years, Cy experienced declining health. On Wednesday, Jan. 3, he died peacefully in his sleep at Pipestone County Hospice House at the age of 87 years.
Cy was a member of First English Lutheran Church in Tyler. In retirement, he and Betty Jo led senior and adult retreats at Shetek Lutheran Camp. He was a long-time member of Tyler Kiwanis. Cy had a love for sports, politics, and family. He enjoyed golf, all sport­ing events and attending his grandchildren’s events. He loved his many visits to Little Norway Resort and Itasca State Park at Park Rapids for over 60 years. Cy had the honor of marry­ing and baptizing all of his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. He recently officiated at his grandson’s wedding in Itasca State Park.
Cy is lovingly remem­bered by his wife Betty Jo; his children—Mark (Kelly) Solberg of Cam­bridge, John (Lori) Solberg of Mitchell, South Dakota, Ruth (Jim) Rupp of Ruth­ton, and Sarah (Paul) Lib­bon of Duluth; ten grand­children— Matt (Sarah) Solberg, Sam Solberg, Nick (Saskia) Solberg, John Sol­berg, Megan Solberg, Ryan Solberg, Laisa (Jimmy) Dekker, Brennen Rupp, Elizabeth Libbon, and An­nalise Libbon; two great-grandchildren, Jaxon and Jordan; and many other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents Carl and Lillian Solberg, and his sister Le­Anne Kae Solberg.
Blessed be his memory.