Visitation: Visitation will begin at 9:00 a.m. Friday at Redeemer Free Lutheran Church, Canton, SD.
Service: His funeral service will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday, March 31 at Redeemer Free Lutheran Church in Canton.
Evert “Fluff” Lauritzen, 60 passed away Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls. His funeral service will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday, March 31 at Redeemer Free Lutheran Church in Canton. Visitation will begin at 9:00 a.m. prior to the service.
Fluff was born July 15, 1956 at Sioux Falls, SD to Ellsworth and Faye (Haverburg) Lauritzen. He attended school in Centerville, graduating in 1974.
Fluff was united in marriage to Dixie Ewoldt December 7, 1985. They made their home in Canton. He loved his girls, grandchildren, and his cats, Gus and Sasha. He enjoyed hanging out with his friends, especially on ‘inventory night”. Fluff was currently living in Lennox, SD and in rehab at Covington Heights in Sioux Falls.
Survivors include 3 daughters Danelle Letscher, Daneen (Jason) Gannon, and Dyan Kumlien, all of Canton; 9 grandchildren- Joseph, Ariana, Dayton, Katee, Grace, Kollin, Jewel, Cain, and Rebecca; and 3great-grandchildren, Bo, Lane, and Axel. He was preceded in death by his parents and wife, Dixie.
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I’m so sorry to hear of Fluff’s passing. He was a special patient and friend to me. I got to know him when I transported him to the hospital one time a few years back. I worked at the Cenex Convenience store in Lennox. Fluff used to come in and visit with me on Saturday mornings for awhile. He was such a sweet man. I know that he missed Dixie terribly. I’m sure that he is very happy to be with her, together again. I will really miss his sharp wit and his wonderful smile. My sincere sympathies to all of you as you grieve the loss of someone very special.
Pamela and I send all of you our deepest condolences in this your time of grief. We shall both keep you all in our thoughts and prayers. Please feel free to contact either of us if we can be of any assistance.
We always enjoyed cousin Everet, and I can remember his dad’s happiness the day he was born in 56. I regret that we didn’t have enough time to see him on our last trip to Sioux Falls. Now we can never have the chance for a do-over. I know he was loved by his family, but the whole Haverberg family loved him too. We regret that we will miss his funeral on Friday too.
So sorry to read about Evert’s passing. I was his teacher at the country school north of Centerville many years ago. I was just out of college and those boys love to give me a rough time!! Thoughts and prayers sent to the family. May all your memories help ease your pain.
So sorry to hear of a loss of a great husband and father and friend to many. I’ll keep you all in mind in my prayers at this difficult time.
Covington Care and Rehabilitation wish to offer our sympathy for the loss of Evert. Prayers for your family to be surrounded by blessed memories and peace.
My husband, Gene, is the director for Lennox Community Transit and assist him with taking clients formedical appointments, etc to Sioux Falls. We had the pleasure of taking Fluff many times overnthe last few years. He was always in a great mood and was a k oy to visit with. He always talked about his dear wife, Dixie and his daughters & grandchildren. He loves you all dearly and appreciated all you did for him. He was a special man and we will miss him greatly.