In loving memory of

Lance Sortedahl
November 24, 1942 - June 22, 2020

Lance C. Sortedahl, 77, of Fort Dodge formerly of Omaha passed away Monday, June 22, 2020 at his home.
Private family services will be held at a later date. Laufersweiler-Sievers Funeral Home is serving the family.
Lance is survived by his sons, Chris (Monica) Sortedahl and Clint (Lisa) Sortedahl; grandchildren, Alex Sortedahl of Fort Dodge, Jessica Goebel and Katelynn Anderson of Williamsburg, KS, Colton Sortedahl, Clay Sortedahl, and Ava Sortedahl all of Fort Dodge, 7 great-grandchildren; and sisters, Lana Tanner (Brooke) of Atlantic and Sandy Smith of Springfield, MO.

He was preceded in death by his parents John and Theo Ann (Jensen) Sortedahl. and his adopted sister Judy Louise Sortedahl Musfeldt.
Lance Christian Sortedahl was born November 24, 1942 in Audubon, IA. He graduated Audubon High School. In 1965, he married Diane Lundgren and the couple made their home in Fort Dodge. He worked for Hormel Foods. The couple later divorced, and he moved to Omaha. He worked for Hawkins Construction for a time and then moved back to Fort Dodge. Lance enjoyed spending time outdoors, his dog, Fritz and hanging out with his grandchildren.
Memorials may be left to family discretion.


Leslie wrote on Jun 27, 2020:

"Clint and Lisa, I?m so sorry for your loss, he was such a great man, always treated me and the girls good, Kirstie even gave hunter his middle name. Prayers for you Clint and Lisa! Leslie "

Sheryl Musfeldt wrote on Jun 27, 2020:

"So sorry for your loss Chris and Clint. He will be missed! Sure enjoyed talking to him often in the past 5 years and believe he really did too! He sure will be missed! Sheryl Musfeldt (his niece from sister Judith Louise Sortehdahl Audubon, Iowa). "

Dolly Rosales wrote on Jun 26, 2020:

"Chris, Clint and family. I am so very sorry about Lance. We all loved him dearly. He will be missed."

Martha wrote on Jun 26, 2020:

"Chris and Clint Iam so sorry to hear of your dads passing. Prayers to all of you. Take care. Your old neighbor, Martha Enquist Sorenson "