Dale Jensen Obituary,

Dale Jensen Obituary, Kimballton Iowa, Dale Jensen Has Died – Death Cause

Dale Jensen Obituary, Death – The life of Dale Jensen has regrettably come to an end. Dale was the child of Bernice “Bun” Keffeler and Corliss “Tim” Jensen, and he was born in Kimballton, Iowa. They made their home on the family ranch in the vicinity of Farmingdale. Dale Arthur Jensen Dale Jensen has unfortunately died away. On October 29, 1947, he wed Maxine Taylor, the girl he had a crush on during his time in high school, at the Salt Lake Mormon Temple.

Dale received his education in Murray, Utah, where he attended Murray schools and graduated from Murray High School in 1946. He devoted his working life to the grocery industry, specializing in the produce department. He served in the role of High Priest in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in which he was an active member. In addition to that, he was a leader in the Sunday School, Boy Scouts, Primary, and served as the Activities Chairman.

(He was the master of throwing parties!) He had a genuine appreciation for the wonders of the earth. Sitting and watching the sun go down was one of his favorite things to do in his spare time. Everyone had the most stunning appearance. Dale is survived by his wife, Maxine Jensen; son, Terry Jensen (and his wife, Tamara); daughters, Kristie Jensen (and her husband, Barb), Jan Christensen (and their husbands, Chuck and Colin); son, Blake Jensen (and his wife, Lori); 19 grandchildren; 38 great-grandchildren; and sister-in-laws, Jane Jensen, Alice Haueter (and her husband, Denton), and Gwen Taylor.

His parents, one brother named Frank, one sister named Lavon, one grandchild named Nicholas Rowley, one sister-in-law named Jackie Eustance, and one brother-in-law named Doran Eustance all passed away before he did. On Thursday, May 26, the visitation will take place from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM at the Osheim & Schmidt Funeral Home. On Friday, May 27, at 10:00 AM, there will be a funeral service held at the Osheim & Schmidt Funeral Home. The Reverend Brent Woodard will preside over the ceremony. After the funeral, the burial will take place at Pine Lawn Memorial Park. There is the option to leave condolences online.