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Andrew Severin Lind

02/14/1933 - 02/19/2019

Andrew Severin Lind, 86, of Pengilly passed away. No services are planned at this time. Arrangements are with Range Funeral Home in Hibbing.

Andrew was born February 14, 1933 in Hibbing to Beatrice Dorothy (Gray) and Abraham Lincoln “Linc” Lind. He was married to Marilyn Fahleen and they had three children together, Dennis A. Lind, James J. Lind, and Terri J. Lind (Cimermancic).

Andy worked at Eveleth Tac, Century 21, and Mesabi Railroad. He was an avid hunter and owned the Divers Den in Lind Park. He was a scuba diver. He also loved fishing and going on fishing trips with his friends. Andy golfed in Pengilly and participated in many tournaments. He had a great sense of humor and enjoyed life to the fullest.

He is survived by his children: Dennis A. (Lynette) Lind, James J. Lind, and Terri (Dave) Cimermancic

7 grand kids: Michelle (Seth) Ismil, Andrew (Drew) Sue Lind, Jayson (Amy) Heffner, Lisa (Dennis) Eaves, Sheri Lindberg, Kristy (Eric)         Sarvela, and Jim (Stacy) Lind

14 great grand kids: Blake and BC Lind, Christopher Ismil, Isabelle, Cole and Grayson Heffner, Brielle, Carmen and Sullivan Lind, Zander and Lianna Bushnell, Malina Oliphant, Reegan and Evie Sarvela

Many nieces, nephews and friends

Andy was preceded in death by his parents, Bea and Linc Lind; sister, Marianne McLean; and brothers, Walter and Rodney Lind.

5 thoughts on “Andrew Severin Lind”

  1. Joel Belehar says:

    We will miss him at golf.

  2. Mark lee says:

    I retired about 2 years ago and became a member of the Swan lake Country Club within a couple months. Feeling a bit out of place and not knowing but one neighbor of mine I met Andy on my first day with the Seniors. Andy was the most friendly and easygoing guy I ever met…. I looked forward to seeing him every chance I had to be at the course, no matter what was happening in his daily life he somehow always had a smile on his face and brought joy and humor to our round of golf and especially to the Clubhouse for Happy Hour. I will miss Andy very much and wish I had the opportunity to know him much longer. Hope to see you again Andy my Friend!

  3. Bill Munger says:

    Andy was a close friend for many years. I have so many wonderful memories of Andy. My wife and I considered him part of our family. He will be missed.

  4. Michael Anderson says:

    Andy brought a lot of smiles to people where ever he went. He was a mainstay at SLCC and I always looked forward to seeing him each spring when we opened. It will be different this year without him. Thanks for the memories Andy, rest in peace, may God bless.
    Your friends Mike and Karen

  5. Andy was a good friend. We had many nice times together.

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