Lyle Feddersen

Lyle Feddersen


August 24, 1950 - October 25, 2021


Lyle Feddersen, 71, of Mt. Vernon, SD, died Monday, October 25, 2021, at his home under hospice care in rural Mt. Vernon. A graveside service will be held at 2:00 PM Saturday, November 6, at Murdo Cemetery in Murdo, SD. Arrangements by Bittner Funeral Chapel.

A golden heart stopped beating on October 25, 2021, at his home in Mount Vernon, SD, surrounded by his loved ones. He fought a courageous battle against cancer.

Lyle Gene Feddersen was born in Murdo, SD on August 24, 1950, to Adolph and Henrietta “Harriet” (Jonkers) Feddersen. Lyle and his siblings attended Jones County schools. Lyle worked on the family farm with his siblings. Lyle also worked on the Eldon Magnuson's farm growing up. With a smile and tear in his eye, he had very fond memories with the whole Magnuson family.

Lyle was drafted into the airborne division in 1971, and served in the Vietnam War in Germany. After returning home he started his truck driving career with Feiners out of Ethan. Trucking was something that really grew on him, and he prided himself on being a very loyal employee over the years. His dedication pushed that odometer to over 8 million miles. He worked part-time at CHR Solutions in the Bill Print department, and he also helped with Travis and Carmen's cleaning business. Lyle was always willing to lend a hand to anyone in need!

He was united in marriage to Kristine Hammond on November 27, 1978, and with their union, the family grew with children, Carmen, Scott, and Tyler.

Lyle loved life, family, and friends. He'd always have a couple jokes to share and would do anything to make you smile. He loved fishing, the dogs, horses, playing cards and games. Monopoly games got heated many times with his grandkids. Lyle was a huge sports fan, especially if it involved his family. He loved our Venom softball family. Lyle always saw the best in everyone, and would share a joke or one of his many stories to people he had never even met before, just to make them smile.

Grateful for sharing his life are his children, Kris Feddersen of Mitchell, Carmen (Travis) Walz of Mt. Vernon, Scott Feddersen of Mitchell, and Tyler Feddersen of Mt. Vernon; six grandchildren, Taylor Walz (John), Camie Walz (Trevor), Hailey Walz, Addison Feddersen, Jordyn Clark, and Izaiah Feddersen; three great-grandchildren, Tana, Raiden, and Jaxson; brothers, Johnny, Melvin “Butch” (Lana), Marvin (Val), Milton “Shorty” (Judy), all of Murdo, SD; and many special nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Roland and Allen Feddersen; sister, Yvonne Byrd; nephew, Brian Feddersen; and sister-in-law, Maxine Feddersen.

Posted by From all of us at South ide (menards) Dollar Tree on November 27, 2021
I'm so sadden by this we were just talking and wondering about him we just heard of this our hearts are going out to all of you we all our going to miss his shenanigans and jokes one of our favorite customers!! May you be in peace now
Posted by Sherry Kleinschmidt on November 5, 2021
My dad is Emil Magnuson. He always enjoyed his time with the Feddersen boys. Loved playing cards and visiting every chance he could.Sending love and caring thoughts at this sad and difficult time.
Posted by NORMA JEAN IVERSON HUHN on November 2, 2021
Posted by Jeff and Emily Sanderson on November 1, 2021
Our prayers are with your family that peace will be with all of you during this time of loss.
Posted by Lynne Feiner Reuter on November 1, 2021
Your dad used to drive truck with my dad---Keith Feiner. I remember Lyle as a great guy who always had a smile. I'm so sorry to read this.
Posted by Jean Penticoff on October 28, 2021
So sorry fir the loss of your dad. Lyle was always funny and cheerful. He will be greatly missed. My condolences to you all.❤️
Posted by Karla Mannhalter on October 28, 2021
My condolences to you all. Prayers going your way..
Posted by Frank Volmer on October 28, 2021
Sorry for your loss, spent lots of time with him as kids.
Posted by Barb Dulaney on October 27, 2021
So sorry to hear about your Dad take care and I will keep you in my prayers
Posted by Ginger (Magnuson) Waltner on October 27, 2021
The Fedderson guys are the brothers we never had.. we love each one more then I can even tell you. One story I have of Lyle is when he worked for my Dad and I believe my mom still has the picture.. the guys would play cards and I just loved being around them.. so to get Lyle's attention while they played cards..I would put rubber bands, ribbons, Bobby pins and whatever else I had in his hair.. he just kept playing cards with a head full of stuff.. best big brothers ever.. he will be missed.. I feel blessed to have had him as a brother..💔
Posted by Rosetta Royer on October 27, 2021
Thoughts and Prayers to the Family . He.will
Be Missed. My Deepest Sympathy to All.
Posted by Carol on October 27, 2021
Oh Lyle, He was one of the kindness person around. When cleaning at CHR, he would be walking down the Hall cleaning and he would always take a minute or two to chit chat! He was a jokester! Loved his laugh!! He will be missed. Sincerely sorry to the family!
Posted by Terry and Debbie Holmes. on October 27, 2021
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Your Dad was a long time friend, who we loved dearly.. He will be missed. 🙏🏻
Posted by Diana & Rod Descombaz on October 27, 2021
So so sorry for your loss of a loved one- prays-hugs sent to you all !!!
Posted by Jim/Diane Suhr on October 26, 2021
So very sorry for your loss. Our deepest condolences to you Carmen and your family. Sending healing thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Mary Stadlman on October 26, 2021
Carmen and family, our sincere condolences.
Posted by Gary Ruff on October 26, 2021
Carmen and family your Dad was a very special person I am truly sorry for your lost I will miss him God Bless
Posted by Gary on October 26, 2021
Lyle was a Truck driver for me for a few years even tho we had our differences at times you couldn't ask for a more dedicated personnhewas absolutely the best any company could want I will miss him terribly rest in peace my friend 😢
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