Myron Lee Kingslien
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Myron L. Kingslien Myron Lee Kingslien, age 57, was born on September 2, 1947, in Watertown, South Dakota, to Paul and Bernice (Olson) Kingslien. He grew up on the family farm and graduated from Watertown High School. He served in the United States Air Force from 1968 to 1970, and married Sandra Kay Nelson on September 5, 1970, in Watertown. He graduated from Iowa State University in 1972, and the couple moved to New Ulm, Minnesota, where he began his 32 year career with the 3M Corporation. During his career with 3M he worked and lived in New Ulm, Minnesota; Wahpeton, North Dakota; Eatontown, New Jersey and Austin, Texas, until the time of his death. Myron is survived by his wife, Sandra of Austin; daughters, Carrie and husband Ed Copeland, and Christy and husband Brad Wilcox, all of Austin; son, Daniel Kingslien of Austin; grandson, Connor Copeland; mother, Bernice Kingslien of Mina, South Dakota; brother, Gene and wife Diana Kingslien of Manhattan, Kansas; sister, Kaye and husband Ron Wickard of Mina, South Dakota; several nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles. He was preceded in death by his father, Paul Kingslien. Myron loved fishing and golfing, and was a member of the Balcones Country Club. He was a devoted husband, father and grandfather; and his family was the focus of his life. He was a member of the Triumphant Love Lutheran Church in Austin. Funeral services will be Wednesday, March 30, 2005, at 11:00 a.m., at the Triumphant Love Lutheran Church in Austin, followed by burial with military honors at the Cemetery. Visitation will be on Tuesday from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m., at the Cook-Walden Chapel of the Hills on Anderson Mill Road in Austin, and one hour prior to services at the church. Memorials are preferred to the Triumphant Love Lutheran Church. Please make Memorial Contributions to Triumphant Love Lutheran Church.
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Published by Austin American-Statesman on Mar. 28, 2005.
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Myron, may your life in heaven, thus far, be more beautiful than words could ever express. Praise be to God for taking you to HIS heavenly realms to experience his eternal beauty. I’m sure you gaze down on Sandy, as well, your children and grand children with awe. I miss your contagious laughter and pinochle playing. We had a time RV camping didn’t we? Miss you. Cheryl Wettlaufer.
Cheryl Wettlaufer
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March 22, 2021
Sandy, Carrie, Christy and Daniel: We are so saddened to hear of Myron's passing. We so enjoyed his laughter and great spirit. We and the people he touched are surely going to miss such a wonderful individual but how wonderful for those in Heaven that he has arrived and will take his seat next to all those whom God has chosen thus far to be a part of His kingdom. May God be with all of you during this difficult time.
Don, Cheryl and Kurt Wettlaufer
March 31, 2005
Hi Sandy and Family, We are sad to hear the news about Myron. I know that Ed remembers lots of good times at the farm in Watertown and playing softball together. We know that he will be missed so much, but just know that others are thinking of you and hope that our thoughts and prayers will help you in the days ahead.
Ed and Sheri Kranz
March 31, 2005
Sandy and family,
Our hearts are so sad and so heavy. We are upholding you in prayer! Our prayer is for God to give you peace, comfort and strength. We are thankful your faith is strong to help you through this difficult time.
love,
Jim, Marsha, Justin and Jodi
Marsha Martinson
March 31, 2005
We are praying for your family and friends to comfort you, your faith to uphold you, and loving memories to help you smile again.
With Love and Sympathy.
Darrell and Melanie
Melanie Leenderts
March 30, 2005
Sandy,
We are so sorry to hear of Myron's passing. He accepted all those tough assignments & did a great job. What a great guy to travel with and we had some wonderful times on the golf course. We always thought the world of you two & will be sorely missed.
Dick & Dorie Eikos
Dick Eikos
March 29, 2005
Christy and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I can't help but think your Dad must have been a great guy to have raised a great gal like you.
My prayers are with you all.
Love,
Vicky
Vicky Wilhelm
March 29, 2005
Sandy and Carrie,
My thoughts and prayers are with you both. The Lord works in mysterious ways and although we can't understand His plan I hope you can find peace in your faith.
Marcus and Anna Jenkins
March 29, 2005
Sandy and Christy,

What a shock it was to learn of Myron's passing on Saturday. Our hearts go out to each of you and the entire family. Myron was such a special man. He will be truly missed by many. I ran across a saying the other day that I hope one day will be said about my life at my passing: "Don't cry because it's over. Laugh because it happened." That's the way many people will look at Myron's life. He brought smiles and laughter to many people.

May God hold you in His loving arms during this time.

Bob and Debbie Pack
Bob & Debbie Pack
March 29, 2005
Sandy and family: When we moved from Wahpeton to Austin, I knew I could always count on Myron for support in this strange and wonderful land! He will be missed by us all. May God's peace surround you daily.
Bev Bozovsky
March 29, 2005
Myron will truly be missed. He was a man of encouragement, a man of integrity and a man of wisdom.
I know that our Lord in heaven has received him with arms wide open saying, "Well done, my good and faithful servant."
My thoughts and prayers are with Sandy and the children during this difficult time.
May God's peace and comfort be with you at this time.
Alesia Landeros
March 29, 2005
Your family is in my prayers. Myron was always a joy to be around.
Chris Maguire
March 28, 2005
Dear Sandy, Carrie, Ed, Conner, Christie, Brad, & Dan,
We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Dan and my thoughts are with you now and always.
Love,
Dan & Tish Cardonick (Davis)
Leticia Cardonick
March 28, 2005
So sorry for your loss as our prayers and thoughts are with you. Was a pleasure working with Myron.
Bonnie and Tom LeMere
March 28, 2005
Christy, from what our son, Scott, has told us, your father was a wonderful man. I am sorry that I never met him, but I know that your loving memories of him will keep him here with you always. May God bless and keep your family strong through this time of great loss. I know that he knew how much you loved and admired him.
Betty Sandefur
March 28, 2005
My heart goes out to the Kingslien family as they mourn the sudden loss of Myron's life. I will miss his leadership, wisdom, and freindship at the workplace. I know that his Holy Spirit continues to live eternally in Heaven. I pray that God will continue to provide a guiding light to Myron's family during the difficult times ahead.
Ron Ricks
March 28, 2005
Sandy,
Sending you and your family much sympathy... You are in my thoughts and prayers. Jane Steinke
Jane Steinke
March 28, 2005
My sincere thoughts and prayers for Myron and his family.
Emma Sabeskis
March 28, 2005
I will always remember the conversation I had with Myron on the evening of our wedding, March 25th, 2005. I am so thankful that God Blessed us with his presence. He was always a joy to be around and he will be dearly missed. May God Bless the entire Kingslien family.

Love,

Tim & Suzette
Tim & Suzette Smith
March 28, 2005
Sandy&Carrie, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you both! Heather
Heather Keas
March 28, 2005
Our prayers are with your family.
Johnny & Carla Fisher
March 28, 2005
We have lost a wonderful friend! We have had many great times together with lasting memories...Telluride, Branson, Cancun,Lutefisk dinners and all the hoola that goes with it...just to name a few. Our deepest sympathy to you, Sandy and all your family. We love you!
Jean and Ron Smith
March 28, 2005
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