Lyle Lexvold Obituary, Death – Lyle Lexvold of Goodhue, Mn, has reportedly died untimely and unexpectedly leaving family and loved ones in agony and grief. Before joining the military, Lyle worked on the farm that his family owned and ran throughout his childhood. This continued until the time that Lyle enlisted in the military. His parents, John and Stella Lexvold, were overjoyed to welcome him into the world on July 26, 1931, and they did so in the town of Zumbrota, which is located in the state of Minnesota. On January 4, 1958, he wed the woman who would go on to become the love of his life, Catherine Horan.
It was a momentous occasion for both of them. They were fortunate enough to have two children, both of whom received their upbringing in Rochester, Minnesota, after the family moved there from their previous location. Lyle worked for IBM in Rochester for a significant portion of his career before retiring from the company. Rochester is the location of IBM’s headquarters. In order to be nearer to their children and grandchildren after they retired, the couple initially relocated to Wabasha, Minnesota, and then later moved to Lino Lakes, Minnesota. These two cities can both be found in the state of Minnesota.
Lyle had a strong and unwavering enthusiasm for all kinds of activities that could be done outside, especially riding motorcycles and snowmobiles. In particular, he cherished the opportunity to ride snowmobiles and motorcycles. He spent a lot of time at the gym cheering on his family and friends in their various athletic endeavors, as well as playing card games, goofing off, and chatting with his family and friends. He also supported his family and friends in their own athletic endeavors. Seeing his grandchildren and sharing time with them brought him a great deal of happiness. He was a devoted grandfather to his grandchildren.
His wife Catherine, son Craig Lexvold, daughter Shelly (Henry) Farmerie, grandchildren Nicole (Tony) Sauter, Angela (Shawn) Vidden, Travis (Paula) Lexvold, grandchildren Katy and Jeni Farmerie, Alexis and Ashlynn Lexvold, great grandchildren; siblings Jean (Lyle) Borgschatz and Robert (Diane) Lexvold; and a large number of nieces, nephews, and friends remember him Before he was even conceived, both of his parents as well as two of his siblings, Marilyn Bailey and Gerald Lexvold, had already passed away. Neither of his siblings survived childhood.