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Gorgen Mcginley and Ayers Funeral Home

310 Ridge Street
Mineral Point, WI 53565
(608) 987-3421
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Roland Sardeson said one of his regrets in life was not dancing a lot more. - Madison.com

Monday, November 21, 2016

Roland Sardeson, “the spirit of Mineral Point,” died Saturday, two weeks before his 70th birthday, writing in his own obituary that he regretted not dancing more.A short obituary is being prepared to run in the Wisconsin State Journal, referring people to his website, rolandsardeson.com. “Since I have learned that obituary words are not cheap, I’d like to save my dough for charities,” he wrote.In the longer web version, which was posted after his death, Sardeson describes an idyllic but complicated childhood and details how he joined the Marines at age 18 during the Vietnam War instead of being drafted.He describes his tour of duty as “by turns boring, scary (if not terrifying), exciting, rewarding, devastating, exhilarating, life affirming, life threatening, and eye opening.”Sardeson called it “the seminal event” in his life on which all other things were partially based.In college at UW-Platteville, a random pottery course taken to fulfill an art requirement led him to a job making pottery in Mineral Point, a commu...

In own obit, Mineral Point man regrets not dancing a lot more - Madison.com

Monday, November 14, 2016

Roland Sardeson, “the spirit of Mineral Point,” died Saturday, two weeks before his 70th birthday, and wrote his own obituary, in which he regretted not dancing a lot more.A short obit is being published in the Wisconsin State Journal, referring people to his website, rolandsardeson.com. “Since I have learned that obituary words are not cheap, I’d like to save my dough for charities,” he wrote.In the longer web version, which went live following his death, Sardeson describes an idyllic but complicated childhood and details how he joined the Marines at age 18 during the Vietnam War instead of being drafted.He describes his tour of duty as “by turns boring, scary (if not terrifying), exciting, rewarding, devastating, exhilarating, life affirming, life threatening, and eye opening.”Sardeson called it “the seminal event” in his life on which all other things were partially based.In college at UW-Platteville, a random pottery course taken to fulfill an art requirement led him to a job making pottery in Mineral Point, a co...

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Roland Sardeson said one of his regrets in life was not dancing a lot more. - Madison.com

Monday, November 21, 2016

Roland Sardeson, “the spirit of Mineral Point,” died Saturday, two weeks before his 70th birthday, writing in his own obituary that he regretted not dancing more.A short obituary is being prepared to run in the Wisconsin State Journal, referring people to his website, rolandsardeson.com. “Since I have learned that obituary words are not cheap, I’d like to save my dough for charities,” he wrote.In the longer web version, which was posted after his death, Sardeson describes an idyllic but complicated childhood and details how he joined the Marines at age 18 during the Vietnam War instead of being drafted.He describes his tour of duty as “by turns boring, scary (if not terrifying), exciting, rewarding, devastating, exhilarating, life affirming, life threatening, and eye opening.”Sardeson called it “the seminal event” in his life on which all other things were partially based.In college at UW-Platteville, a random pottery course taken to fulfill an art requirement led him to a job making pottery in Mineral Point, a commu...

In own obit, Mineral Point man regrets not dancing a lot more - Madison.com

Monday, November 14, 2016

Roland Sardeson, “the spirit of Mineral Point,” died Saturday, two weeks before his 70th birthday, and wrote his own obituary, in which he regretted not dancing a lot more.A short obit is being published in the Wisconsin State Journal, referring people to his website, rolandsardeson.com. “Since I have learned that obituary words are not cheap, I’d like to save my dough for charities,” he wrote.In the longer web version, which went live following his death, Sardeson describes an idyllic but complicated childhood and details how he joined the Marines at age 18 during the Vietnam War instead of being drafted.He describes his tour of duty as “by turns boring, scary (if not terrifying), exciting, rewarding, devastating, exhilarating, life affirming, life threatening, and eye opening.”Sardeson called it “the seminal event” in his life on which all other things were partially based.In college at UW-Platteville, a random pottery course taken to fulfill an art requirement led him to a job making pottery in Mineral Point, a co...