Funeral services are held for Randolph City Atty.
Randolph — Long-time Randolph City Attorney Lance Carlson, 47, died Feb. 8 at Osmond General Hospital.
Funeral services were Feb. 13, at Thabor Lutheran Church, Wausa, with Pastor Matt Norlen officiating, and burial in Lutheran Cemetery, Wausa.
Carlson graduated from Wausa Public School, then attended college at the University of Nebraska-Kearney and graduated from University of Nebraska School of Law, Lincoln.
After graduating from law school, he joined Craig Monson and Mark Behm at their Law Firm in Randolph.
In 2004, he purchased his partners’ interest in the firm and it became Carlson Law Office.
He was also the city attorney for Randolph and Wausa and sat on the Board of Directors at First State Bank, Randolph.
He is survived by his wife, Melanie, Randolph; children, Margaret, Sophia and Max; brothers, Laddy Wade (Beth) Carlson, Winter Springs, Fla., and Brad (Pam) Carlson, Norfolk; sister, Trudy (Gary) Zalud, Vermillion, S.D.; mother, Marilyn Carlson, Wausa; mother-in-law, Mary Farley, Syracuse; and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and nephews, and their spouses.
A complete obituary can be found on page three of this week’s Times.