Bert Lordahl
1949 - 2021
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Bert Leslie "Les" Lordahl, III, (71), of Jacksonville, FL, passed away unexpectantly on Thursday, April 1, 2021. He was born in Atlanta, GA, on August 17, 1949, to Bettie Ann Lordahl (Smith) and Bert Leslie Lordahl, Jr. Les graduated from Englewood High School in Jacksonville, FL. He married Nancy Marie Box on April 17, 1969. Les was raised in the family HVAC business alongside his father. He became a mechanical contractor, and in 1980 opened his own business, Les' Heat and Air Conditioning Services, Inc. His business motto was, "Why pay more when you can pay Les." He was a member of NE Florida Builders Association, Jacksonville Air Conditioning and Contractors Association, and an inaugural/annual ticket holder of the Jacksonville Jaguars. He also loved his family, golf, gambling trips to Biloxi and Tampa, playing softball, gardening and had a passion for cooking. He was a great cook, and especially liked spicy foods that included various hot peppers. He also enjoyed many trips to the dog track in prior years with his father-in-law, Ken Box, and lovingly cared for his mother-in-law, Marie Box, both of whom also pre-deceased him. Les was a kind, loving and devoted husband to Nancy, and a dedicated family man to his children and grandchildren. He was someone who could be depended upon, and was much loved by his family and many friends. He is remembered as always having a smile on his face and being one who brightened the room with his boisterous personality and sense of humor. He was the life of any gathering, and his presence is sorely missed. Les was preceded in death by his mother and father (Bettie and Bert Lordahl), and his youngest son (Shane E. Lordahl). Left to cherish his memory are his wife of 51 years, Nancy Lordahl; his oldest son, Bert Leslie Lordahl, IV; his grandson, Bert Leslie Lordahl, V; his granddaughter, Karli N. Lordahl; his brothers, Mark D. Lordahl and John B. Lordahl; his sister, Joy A. Lordahl (Josie); his nephews, Joshua L. Lordahl (Mackenzie), and Bradley A. Lordahl; his niece, Lyndsie A. Lordahl; as well as numerous great-nieces and great-nephews, other relatives, and many great friends. Hardage-Giddens Greenlawn Funeral Home, 4300 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32207, is serving the family. A graveside service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at Greenlawn Cemetery located at 4300 Beach Boulevard, Jacksonville, Florida. A Celebration of Life will be scheduled at a later date due to Covid.
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Published in Florida Times-Union from Apr. 3 to Apr. 7, 2021.
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April 8, 2021
I am so sorry to hear of Les passing. He was a great person and I remembering him giving a couple of people a home or care that they needed at the time. I will miss him at the NASCAR parties.
Dixie Mack
April 6, 2021
We will miss seeing Les’ smiling face and his sense of humor. Sending his beautiful family love and prayers.
Robert & Trisha Hill
April 6, 2021
Les will be truly missed. He was always a phone call away and took great care of my whole family.
Kenny King
April 6, 2021
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David and Kenny King
April 6, 2021
What a Great loss for Les's family and everyone that had the pleasure of knowing Les, He will be greatly missed for his laughter, smile, humor and his demeanor.
I had the pleasure of knowing Les for most of my life and also in the HVAC business, going on business trips and pleasure travels. Les was always BIGGER than life no matter how things were going, from the good or bad outings like the broken down bus on the side of the road in the Florida Keys not so bad {Drink Time} or a fire on a cruise ship {Bad}.
God Bless Les and Family
Chris Johnson Family and All of us at Tropic Supply.
Chris Johnson Family and Tropic Supply
April 3, 2021
Les will be missed.
Steve & Nancye Baum
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