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Lyle Thomas Burge, 65, of Stewart

Lyle Burge
Lyle Burge, 65, of Stewart, died Friday, Dec. 11, 2015, at his residence.
 
A private family service was held at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Stewart.
 
Lyle Thomas Burge was born Aug. 9, 1950, in Glencoe, the son of Arthur and Anna (Krebsbach) Burge. He was baptized at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Stewart, where he was confirmed into his faith, and remained a lifelong member. He grew up in Stewart, and graduated from Stewart High School with the class of 1968. He continued his education at the Hutchinson Vocational Technical School.
 
On Sept. 27, 1969, he was united in marriage to Rhonda Ranzau at St. Boniface Catholic Church. Two sons were born to them. He was the proud father of Brent and Ryan.
 
Mr. Burge lived in Stewart, moved to Hutchinson for a short time, and returned to Stewart. He built his dream home on his grandparents’ farm in Stewart. He was a plumber by trade. He worked in project management at HTI in Hutchinson from 1987 to 2000. He then was employed at Runnings, and retired in September 2015.
 
Mr. Burge enjoyed sports of all kinds, both watching and playing. He liked to do yard landscaping. His favorite time was spent with family.
He is survived by his sons, Brent Burge (David Aman) of Minneapolis and Ryan (Bryn) Burge of Bellingham, Wash.; grandchildren, Nathaniel Burge of Stewart, Bailey Burge of Bellingham, Washington, and Miles Burge of Bellingham, Washington; mother, Anna Burge of Brownton; siblings, Gerald (Shannon) Burge of Bakersfield, California, Sharon (L.E.) Murry of Anderson, Texas, Linda (Gary) Brey of New Ulm, Colleen (Larry) Wagner of Hutchinson and Alan (Christine) Burge of Houston, Texas; other relatives and friends.
 
He was preceded in death by his dad, Art Burge.
 
Arrangements were with the Hughes-Hantge Funeral Chapel in Stewart. An online guest book is available at www.hantge.com.2