Mick-Tingelhoff-Obituary

Mick Tingelhoff

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Mick Tingelhoff was a center with the Minnesota Vikings in the 1960s and ‘70s and a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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Dear Tinglehoff Family and Friends
Heartfelt Condolences for your loss of a Lovely Man, Husband, Father, Sibling and Friend.
God Bless
Linehan Family ❤


Really sorry for your loss to his wife, friends, children & grandchildren ...... I was so thrilled that Canton was going to recommend him for induction that I yelled finally Glad he got his recognition while alive and so deeply sorry to Tarkenton and his teammates

RIP Mick.

Heartfelt sympathies to the Tingelhoff family, so very sorry for your loss, a true legend who will be missed by many. May God be with you all to help carry you through this difficult time..

I am so sorry about the loss of Mick. My condolences are with the Tingelhoff family. He made a great contribution to the NFL. I pray that you will be surrounded by the love & support that you need. And may "the God who supplies endurance and comfort" (Roman's 15:5) be with you always.

I remember Mick from junior high and high school in Lexington, Nebraska. What a great guy! My father, Lloyd Ramsey, was one of his junior high coaches and the last photo taken before Dad’s death was of him with Mick at a banquet. We visited the National Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio last month and had our photos taken with his bronze bust. Lexington is very proud of him and we send our prayers and sympathy to all who loved and miss him.

Condolences to the family and love ones. May the God of all comfort be your source of strength and courage to cope at this time

Sending love and condolences to the entire family of my high school classmate and friend, Mick. Knowing him during those high school years--and most especially during that amazing football season of 1957 at Lexington High School--was wonderful. I'd say that his high school classmates might have caught a glimpse of the future when they chose Mick as "Football King" during our senior years. He will be missed by so many.

My condolences go out to the family of MIck. So sorry for your loss. He will be missed by family and the sports world.