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Alvord, IA: Freddie Langfeldt, 92, of Spencer, Iowa, formerly of Alvord, Iowa died Tuesday, September 11, 2018, at the Longhouse Northshire Care Center in Spencer. Funeral service will be held Monday, September 17 at 10:30 AM at Christ Lutheran Church in Alvord with Pastor Corilee Boer officiating. Burial will follow at Christ Lutheran Cemetery in Alvord. Visitation, with the family present, will be held Sunday, September 16, from 3:30-5:00 PM at Porter Funeral Home in Inwood, Iowa.
Freddie Langfeldt was born June 14, 1926, on a farm in Lyon County to Fritz and Emma (Delfs) Langfeldt. He had four siblings: William, Harold, Dorothy, and Betty. Freddie married Therese Clara Schuttloffel in Larchwood, Iowa, on May 24, 1951. Therese passed away in November 2009 after 58 years of marriage. To this union they had four children: Gary, Joan, Bonnie, and Brenda.
Freddie received his education from a country school and graduated from the Alvord High School in 1945. He lived his entire life within 3 miles of Alvord until his health brought him to Spencer three years ago. Freddie never really retired from farming, he just farmed fewer acres. During his lifetime, he enjoyed woodworking and selling from door-to-door. He sold microwaves when they first became available, Crow’s Seed Corn, Conklin, and Willex. He was a longtime Lyon County Trustee. Freddie helped bring rural water to the Alvord area. Freddie was a member of the Alvord gun Club, Christ Lutheran Church in Alvord, the NFO, and Thrivent.
Freddie is survived by his four children, Gary (Sandy) Langfeldt of Black Hawk, South Dakota; Joan Larson of Dellwood, Minnesota; Bonnie (Frank) Pullen-Lehman of Spencer, Iowa; and Brenda (Keith) Kutz of Ames, Iowa; 9 grandchildren; 23 great grandchildren; and sister, Betty Hasche of Rock Rapids, Iowa.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Fritz and Emma; his wife, Therese; great granddaughter, Zoe; brothers, Harold and William Langfeldt; sister, Dorothy Langfeldt; and son-in-law, Ronald Pullen.
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