Sunset Funeral Home & Sunset Cemetery

2250 St Anthony Boulevard NE, Minneapolis, MN


Laura Ann Kyander

April 15, 1948June 23, 2020

Laura Ann Kyander, 72, of Columbia Heights, passed away peacefully in her home on Tuesday, June 23, 2020.

Laura was very social and enjoyed her career as a Realtor.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Harry and Edna.

Laura will be missed by her sister, Sandy (Curt) Estum; nephew, Ron (Christin) Estum; niece, Renee Scott; twin great-nieces, Daisy and Delilah; and many cousins, other family and friends.

Due to COVID guidelines social distancing will be practiced and masks are highly encouraged. Graveside Service will be Saturday, July 18 at 11am at Sunset Cemetery, 2250 St. Anthony Blvd NE, Minneapolis.

Donations in memory of Laura are appreciated to: the Golden Valley Humane Society, 845 Meadow Lane North, Golden Valley, MN 55422; The Angel Foundation, 1155 Centre Pointe Drive Suite 7, Mendota Heights, MN, 55120.



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Vicki Martin

July 2, 2020

To Sandy, Curt and family, Dave, Jenni, Anji and I want to send our deepest sympathies to you all. Laura was my best friend and truly a sister to me. I was so blessed to have her in my life for 46 years. Laura was a strong and courageous woman that was beautiful inside and out. She had a love for God and for others and lived her life to the fullest, always wanting to help someone. I will always hold her close in my heart until the day that once again we will meet in Heaven.

Vicki Martin


July 1, 2020

Laura was like a sister to me and a beautiful friend
She loved and embraced all whom she met and their life was better for it. Her family and pets and friends meant everything to her. I am so thankful and grateful she touched my life and she will live in my heart and soul forever till we meet again in Heaven. My deepest sympathy and prayers to all her family
Love always her forever friend Bonnie

kim mcqueen

July 1, 2020

Much love going to all of you at this time. Sandy, I am so sorry...there is something so precious and yet so intangible in a sister. A bond for sure...These are hard days, but at the same time, she was lovely like you. This is a great time to reflect on all that is important in life. To live with purpose and with love. I believe she did this. May God bring you all comfort during these difficult days. Life is never long enough. Sending you lots of love at this time and always! Kim

Kary Santwire

June 29, 2020

Sandy, I am so sorry to hear of Laura's passing. I feel lucky that I was able to help her in her time of need and visit with her. She was always a positive person and thoughtful of everyone else. Everytime I drive near her home, I will look down her street and think of her. She is with Edna, and I'm sure they are having a great reunion...with Boomer too!

Kary S