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Lynn P.
Dangelser

Dangelser, Lynn P.
Of Town of Raymond, Lynn passed away unexpectedly on the morning of January 12, 2016 at home in the Town of Raymond at the age of 61. He was born on July 28, 1954 in Algona, Iowa, to Philip and Rose (nee Arend) Dangelser, being the middle of five sons. Lynn graduated from Fonda High School in 1972. He started his career as a machinist at H&H Machine Tool in Cedar Falls, Iowa. Later, Lynn moved to Racine, Wisconsin and started his own successful business, Accu-cut Machining. After retiring he spent most of his free time working on motorcycles, cars, and other motorized vehicles. Lynn’s hobbies included snowmobiling, motorcycling, golfing, gardening, mowing lawn, and was involved in Raymond youth baseball program for many years.
Lynn has been married twice, first marriage was to Debbie Guerttman in 1974 and they had one daughter; Michelle. His second marriage was to Lois Bartholomew in 1983 and had six children together; Cody, Kale, Chelsey, Casey, Mackenzie, and Brady.
He is survived by his children; Michelle (Jeff) Ferguson of Pocahontas, IA, Cody (Jessica) Dangelser of Wauwatosa, WI, Kale Dangelser of Sterling, CO, Chelsey Dangelser of Omaha, NE, Mackenzie Dangelser of Raymond, WI, and Brady Dangelser of Omaha, NE. Grandchildren; Jordan Sandvig and Trey Sandvig. Brothers; Gary (Connie) Dangelser of Bellevue, Iowa, Brian (Cathy) Dangelser of Ames, IA, and David Dangelser of Kansas City, MO. Survived by one sister-in-law; Susan Thompson of Gilbert, AZ.
He was preceded in death by his son Casey Dangelser, his parents Philip and Rose Dangelser, and his brother Steven Dangelser.
Visitation will be held at the FUNERAL HOME on Friday Jan.15, 2016 from 2pm until the time of service at 4pm.
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME
9200 So 27th Street 414-761-2750
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www.heritagefuneral.com

Past Comments

Jane

Lit a candle in memory of Lynn P. Dangelser

Deb Keeku

Cody, Kale and the rest of the Dangelser family: I have many fond memories of sitting in the “hen house” (as your Dad referred to the us in the stands) remembering the looks he’d give us when we’d try and coach from the bleachers. But he was always kind and thoughtful. We lost touch once you moved into high school, but will always remember his love of the game and his children. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

susan thompson dangelser

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Lynn was a good hearted man ! Loved his family and his motorcycles.
All my love,
Susan Dangelser

Mark Wontor

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Sandy Wontor

Lit a candle in memory of Lynn P. Dangelser

Ron Kurer

My sincerest sympathy to the Dangelser family. Josh always talked about the good times he and Kale had at your Dad’s house, and the respect he had for your Dad. I know Josh was at the pearly gates, ready to show him around.

Brian Field

What a Great Guy,family and business to work for. A lot of great memories. He was a special person and will be missed dearly. My sympathy and prayers to his entire family. Thinking of all you. Brian Field

Debby & Mike

Mike and I were shocked and saddened to learn of Lynn’s passing! He was a great guy with a gruff exterior but a heart of gold! Lot’s of great memories with the entire family!! He will be greatly missed!! Prayers and love to you all. Mikie & Deb

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