Donald Lowell Lindstrom

February 24, 1936February 2, 2019

Age 82 of Woodbury, formerly of Cottage Grove, was called Home on February 2, 2019.

Don was raised in Roseville, MN and graduated from Johnson High School. He joined the Army, served at White Sands, New Mexico missile range, then missile signal support mission in Fort Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. He was honorably discharged with letters of commendation.

Don worked and retired from American Can Company after 40 years as a Quality Control Inspector.

He married Patricia Ward, and they had five children, before sadly losing her after a long battle with cancer. Don married his second wife, Betty, and gained four more children. Both Don and Betty shared a love for travel and visited many National Parks and mountain ranges. Don will be remembered as a kind, gentle, and generous man with a strong faith in God. He was called amazing by many, as he lived his life to the fullest.

Don is survived by his loving wife, Betty, of 40 years; brother, Larry (Gail); sister, Vonnie (Mike) Juckich; children, Dawn, Dan, David, Julie (Marianne Sussman), Shelly (Chad Kratzke), Kevin (Michelle) Wood, Kelly (Mike) Leach, Bob (Tammy) Wood and Julie (Ted) Tait; many grandchildren; great-grandchildren; nephews and nieces. He is preceded in death by his parents; first wife, Pat; sister, Diane Burdash; and brother, Bob.

Special thanks to the loving staff at Heartland Hospice Care, St. Joseph's Heart Center and VA Home Care Services.

Service of Remembrance 11AM Saturday, February 16, 2019 at Christ The Lord Lutheran Church, 9998 90th St. S., Cottage Grove, MN 55016. A gathering will begin at 9:30AM. Private interment at a later date.


  • Don is survived by his Loving Wife, Betty, of 40 years; Brother, Larry (Gail); Sister, Vonnie (Mike) Juckich; Children, Dawn, Dan, David, Julie (Marianne Sussman), Shelly (Chad Kratzke), Kevin (Michelle) Wood, Kelly (Mike) Leach, Bob (Tammy) Wood and Julie (Ted) Tait; many Grandchildren; Great-Grandchildren; Nephews and Nieces.

    He is preceded in death by his Parents; first Wife, Pat; Sister, Diane Burdash; and Brother, Bob.


  • Gathering of Family and Friends Saturday, February 16, 2019
  • Service of Remembrance Saturday, February 16, 2019

Donald Lowell Lindstrom

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Dan and Gloria Mathison

February 8, 2019

Our thoughts and prayers are with Betty and her family.

Sheila Bryce

February 5, 2019

Dear Betty and Family,
We were so sorry to hear of the loss of Don. Thinking of you and praying God's Comfort and Peace for you. love, Sheila and Larry Bryce

Marilyn Kolstad Davidson

February 4, 2019

My deepest condolences to Betty and the family. I am gratefful to have met Don and I thank him for enriching the life of my long time friend Betty. God bless you all.
May all the good memories sustain you.