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Sigurd (Sig) Langdahl

July 16, 1931 - November 03, 2018

Funeral Service

November 17, 2018
- 2:00 PM

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life


Boulger Funeral Home

Sigurd (Sig) Langdahl

July 16, 1931 - November 03, 2018


Sigurd (Sig) Junior Langdahl, 87, of Mesa, AZ passed away Saturday, November 3 at Lund Home, Hospice of the Valley in Gilbert, AZ.

Sig was born July 16, 1931 in Galesburg, ND to Sigurd, Sr and Elene (Satrom) Langdahl. Sig grew up in Page, ND and helped with the family farm. Sig and former wife, Arloine, raised their three children in West Fargo. He was Branch Manager for Massey Ferguson. He later left that position to start his own implement business, Langdahl Equipment.

Sig married June Thies in 1994 and lived in his beloved lake home on Pelican Lake. The couple wintered in Mesa, AZ for the past 15 years

Sig had the gift to make anyone he talked with feel special and he never forgot a name.
He enjoyed golf and was an avid sports fan. Sig’s never failing positive attitude, zest for life and perseverance added several years to his life after being diagnosed with lymphoma combined with heart disease.

Sig was deeply loved and will be dearly missed by wife, June, daughters Patricia Becker(Scot) of Byron, MN, Kristi DeVary of Lakeville, MN; grandchildren Lindsay Decker (Rick) of Byron, MN, Matthew McGinnis (Bridgett) of Colorado Springs, CO, Ethan DeVary of Lakeville, MN; great-grandchildren Cashel and Aurora; brothers Elmer and Larry; sister Irene Visby and his many friends and family.

Sig was preceded in death by son, Mark Langdahl; brothers Allen and Orville Langdahl and infant son. Funeral service will be held on Saturday, November 17 at 2pm at Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center located at 123 10th St. S. in Fargo.

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9 responses to “Sigurd (Sig) Langdahl”

  1. Marcia Langdahl says:

    Dear June, Patty and Kristi, I’m sorry I will not be in Fargo to attend the memorial service. He was a great guy and Orv and I were so happy to spend winters in AZ and spend time with he and June. He was a happy and optimistic guy to be around. Sending my love at this time.
    Marcy Langdahl

  2. Czrl and Marie Satrom says:

    Carl and I send our condolences and love to your family. We spent 29 winters in AZ before moving to MN so we, too, often saw Jr. (as Carl knew him). We live in St. Peter now and don’t travel much any more. Wish we could be with all of you next Sat. but that can’t happen. We will give some Gideon Bibles in memory so many more can know Jesus and meet Jr. in heaven some day. God bless you and give you strength for the days ahead.

  3. John Dobbs says:

    We are sorry to learn of Sig’s death. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
    John and Anita Dobbs

  4. Verna Eberhardt says:

    Dear June,
    So very sorry to hear you lost your life partner and best friend. The two of you were always together and seemed to always be having so much fun! Find peace in your memories. Please remember God is with you and I will pray for peace and a soft spot to land for you in the coming days. You are in my thoughts and prayers…

  5. Darlene Satrom. Mesa AZ says:

    Dear Patty and Kristi, Sorry to read of your Fathers dying. Your Dad and my husband Charles Satrom were neighbors and friends growing up. Jr was the reason Charles went to school in Page for his senior year. Hope they are on the same team in Heaven. Your Father’s stories and his love of family all live on in you. Praying you have a lot of good memories to share at his service. DARLENE SATROM / Satrom – Hiam Farm

  6. Joanne and John Bridgeford says:

    We are so sorry to hear of the death of Sig. He and June were such a happy, fun couple that we enjoyed getting to know in Arizona. Our thoughts and prayers are with June and family.

  7. Patsy Anderson says:

    Kristi, Our dads are an important part of life’s journey. Dads hold a special place in our hearts where we find the memories and stories to be remembered that can make us smile. Sending up prayers for you and your family to find comfort in the upcoming days. With heartfelt sympathy, Patsy Anderson (high school classmate)

  8. kim n jameson says:

    Krisi and family, so sorry for your loss. Remembering Sig with great fondness.

  9. Diane Wade says:

    Patty and Kristi. I so wish we could have been with you today… I will always have such fond memories of Uncle Junior from coming down to West Fargo and staying during the summer… The last few years when he and June came to Page for dinner, were some of my fondest… We laughed and shared stories and that goodbye hug and I love yous, will forever be etched in my heart… Love you both and pray that your memories will help carry you though the holiday season… Diane and Lee

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