Rev. Ken Johnson
Pianist ~ June Finck
Trio ~ Angela Eggena, Audra Gunderson, & Amy Kotab
“Amazing Grace, My Chains Are Gone”
“What a Friend We Have in Jesus”
“Old Rugged Cross”
“I Am But a Stranger Here”
Roland Luke, Lyle O’Donnell,
John Evenson, LeWayne Lukkes,
Virgil Pravacek, & Elton Rokusek
Leland “Lee” Raymond Vold, Jr.was born on February 24, 1954 to Leland R. and Evelyn J. (Nelson) Vold in Britton, South Dakota. He joined two older siblings, Sharon A. and James A. Vold, and grew up with them on the family farm.. He attended Amherst Public School for 7 years, Claremont Public Schol for 2 years, and then 3 years in Langford High School graduating in 1972. Following graduation, Lee went to work for the City of Roscoe, South Dakota as well as for Cenex. He met his first wife Maryls and to this union two daughters were born: Trisha Lynn (Vold) Duvall and Tiffany Laine Vold. They were divorced in 1981.
Lee pursued his passion for law enforcement in Edmonds County, Cambell County, and Day County. In 1982, Lee accepted a position as Chief Deputy Sheriff in Bon Homme County. He met his second wife, Debra Kay (Haenfler) Vold and to this union two daughters were born: Keli Ann (Vold) McPhillips and Kala Jean (Vold) Sestak. In 1989, Lee and Deb moved to Parker, South Dakota where he served as the Chief of Police. In 1992, they moved back to Tyndall. Lee worked for the Adolescent Center in Springfield and did relief work for all the city officers in the county. He also worked for the county sheriff’s office as a jailor and dispatcher until 1998 when his health began to fail.
Following a long illness, Lee passed away on Friday, December 8, 2017 at the Good Samaritan Society of Tyndall having attained the age of 63 years, 9 months, and 14 days.
He is survived and remembered by his wife of 33 years, Deb Vold of Tyndall, SD; daughters: Trisha (special friend Travis Dewald), Tiffany, Keli (Corey), and Kala (Paul); six grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.