Lloyd Stangeland, age 88, of Audubon MN, died Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at Oak Crossing. Lloyd was born in Cooperstown, ND on June 21, 1932, the son of Trygve and Karen (Volstad) Stangeland. He attended grade school at Juanita Public School. After gradating from Glenfield High School, he went to school to teach in a one room schoolhouse. He enlisted in the Navy and spent time in Okinawa, Japan. In 1956 he attended North Dakota Agricultural College. He spent his work career at Hebron Brick and Dakota Brick. He married Carol Finch at St Mary’s Cathedral on April 26, 1957. Lloyd belonged to the FM Curling Club and scored an 8-ender. He had memberships in the Eagles and the American Legion in Fargo, ND. He held offices in the Minnesota Square Dancing Federation. Lloyd greatly enjoyed spending time with his family and living on Big Cormorant Lake. Lloyd was active, hardworking, and always engaged in many hobbies. His favorites included snowmobiling, restoring antique cars in which he loved giving his grandchildren and great-grandchildren rides, woodworking, and clearing wooded areas on family lake properties. Lloyd and Carol spent 20-years wintering in Mesa, AZ and were very involved in Park Place. Lloyd is survived by his wife Carol of 64 years, his daughters, Reneece (Jeff) Strand, Julie Volk, Lynn (Marty) Rud, Jim (Gail) Stangeland; 9 grandchildren, Kathy (Jon), Aaron (Lauren), Nina, Kari, Mariah, Shannon (Braydon), Cassandra, Amanda (Andy), Kayla; 7 great-grandchildren, Mason, Kellan, Jersey, Laiklyn, Jada, Dean, and Addison. He is also survived by a sister, June McDaniel and a brother Harold (Karen) Stangeland.

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  1. Hey u all thinking about you n hoping yr doing well with the past of yr dad ..he was a great uncle n always had alot fun when I was around him!!prayers n thoughts go out to u all!!

  2. I have many good memories of Lloyd. So happy to be a part of this family. He had an infectious smile and was always willing to help. Hugs.

  3. Carol, Julie and families, so sorry for the loss of your husband, father and grandpa. Enjoyed having you Carol and Lloyd for az. Neighbors. May he Rest In Peace. Will be remembering you all in my prayers.

  4. The family is in our thoughts and prayers. I only met Lloyd a few times, but remember him as such a gentlemen with a kind soul. Maybe I only saw one side. But it was a good one.

    Our sympathy goes out to the entire family during this time of remembrance.

  5. Remember all the fun times at various square dances. Also miss Lloyd and Carol at Park Haven. Sorry to hear of Lloyd’s passing.

  6. So sorry for your loss Carol. We have many good memories of dancing with you & Lloyd. Our thoughts & prayers are with you.

  7. All of your family is in my thoughts in this difficult time. He was a great man and an integral part of a truly wonderful family.

  8. Carol, heartfelt condolences to you and your family. Precious memories forever in your heart. God’s peace✝️🇺🇸

  9. Lynn : So sorry to hear of your dad passing away may the Lord embrace your family thru this time and do know heaven has received 1 beautiful angel .

  10. To all the family,
    My sincere sympathies at the passing of Lloyd. I have so many wonderful memories of times in Alice when you came to visit at the bar and I came to play from next door.

  11. If I had known Lloyd was still in the area I would have loved to have visited with him again. I was a small masonry contractor during his many years managing Dakota Brick. He was enjoyable & very pleasant during the years of knowing & doing business with him . He was a good business man and has left me with many good memories, “as a good friend would do”! I have thought about him many times, wishing I could have could have greeted him, one more time! I am so sorry for your loss, Steve Olson

  12. Sorry to learn of Uncle Lloyd’s passing. He was a great Uncle and I have fond memories of the many hunting trips we had. It’s hard for me to reconcile the years that have passed so swiftly. Thank you Lloyd for your service to our country. Thank you for being a friend as well as an uncle.

    Heartfelt condolences Aunt Carol, Cousins and all of Lloyd’s loving family.

  13. My deepest sympathies to the Stangland family!
    Dave and I were neighbors on Big Cormorant and have fond memories of snowmobiling and working together on Big Cormorant Lake Association
    Donna DeMars

  14. Very sorry to hear about Lloyd. I have some great memories of him as a hockey dad and having me along on duck or pheasant hunting trips around Alice.

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