Arlo Lyng passed away on February 28, 2014 at his home in Altamonte Springs Florida. Arlo was born on a farm 5 miles west of Dell Rapids. His parents were Fred and Olga Lyng. The family consisted of 2 brothers, Kenneth and Gordon, and 3 sisters, Doris, Marjorie, and Florence. The family moved to Sioux Falls SD in 1936. Arlo attended Hawthorne and Lincoln Grade Schools and Washington High School. He worked at John Morrell at age 16, and was drafted into the US Army at age 17. After basic training, he served in the landing of his unit on Okinawa where he was severely wounded. After hospitalization and several operations, he was released from the Army. He suffered through several more operations, and was declared 1oo percent disabled. Arlo was Commander of the American Legion, and belonged to the Kiwanis Club and the VFW. He was a member and ushered at Calvary Assembly of God Church for 20 years, a selfless donor, story teller and friend to all he met. In Sioux Falls he worked for the Gas Company for several years, and then at Nordica Food Service with his brother Gordon. In 1980 he moved to Florida, working in the Food Service Industry for 30 years. Arlo is survived by his four sons Kevin, Mark, Robert, and Michael and 1 daughter Brook Ann, and his sister Marge Kirby and brother Gordon Lyng, and 13 nieces and nephews, 7 grand children and 17 great grand children. A memorial service was held at Calvary Church of God on Thursday March 6th, with burial at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell Florida on March 7th, 2014. A memorial service will be held on Tuesday March 11, 2014 at Faith United Church, 800 So. Splitrock Blvd. Brandon, South Dakota at 10:00 AM. Donations can be made to http://www.cancer.org or Boys Town of Nebraska http://www.boystown.org.