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Lindsey Klink, of Mora, passed away on Friday, March 12, 2021 at her home.  She was 13 years old.

MEMORIAL SERVICE will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 27, 2021 at the Living Hope Church in Mora with pastor Steve Ekholm officiating.


MEMORIAL VISITATION will be held 2 hours prior to the Service on Saturday.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to the family

PLEASE NOTE: Due to CDC recommendations, FACE MASKS are REQUIRED at the services for Lindsey. Being aware of the need to keep social distance, and not coming if you are sick or at risk (e.g. elderly, immune-compromised) will help protect everyone.

Lindsey Ann Klink tragically took her own life at our home on March 12, 2021. She was 13 years young.

Lindsey, lovingly known as “Lu” by her loved ones and friends, was born in Mora, Minnesota on May 30, 2007 to parents Kristy Nielsen and Jason Klink.

Always outgoing and charismatic she easily made friends and brought great joy to the lives she touched. Whether you knew her well or barely at all, she left a piece of her with you. Please remember her.

She was in the 8th grade at Mora high school. As tough as this past year has been for everyone, she was looking forward to the future. She had plans for the summer. Basketball camp, and summer practice so she’d be ready to hit the court her freshman year. Our first real family vacation to Lake Powell to visit her big sister. She was counting down the days til her 14th birthday so she could finally get a real job. Our grand adventures to new state parks to climb the rocks, wade in waters she had never touched, chase the waterfalls we had yet to find.

Lindsey is preceded in death by her great grandfather Ronald Mortenson, and aunt Sgt. Jennifer Nielsen.

She is survived by her mother Kristy Nielsen; father Jason Klink; siblings Taytum, Levi, Kennedy, Brody, Aubrie Klink; great grandmother Betty Mortenson; grandmother Becky Nielsen; grandfather Todd Nielsen; uncle Christopher Nielsen; as well as many other relatives and friends

Lu loved so many, and was loved by so many more. She gave her light to others selflessly, and she succumbed to the darkness feeling alone.

I promise you, you are stronger than you feel, and loved so much more than you could ever imagine. Please reach out if you are feeling alone, hopeless, broken. This struggle too shall pass. You are precious in this world.

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8 thoughts on “LINDSEY A. KLINK”

  1. I am deeply sorry for the loss of your dear daughter 🌹. There are no words to speak at a time such as this. You and your family are in my prayers.

  2. We will remember her at our wedding. Coming to our home to go to Valley Fair. Fishing at a nearby Lakeville pond. Her poison ivy face at Taytums graduation. There were a few other times these past 5 years. I can’t imagine how those who have known her all her life are coping with this.

  3. I will miss her sweet face and personality at my home as she was over frequently. She was a warm, loving soul who will be missed tremendously! So Sorry for your loss~ You are all in our thoughts and prayers!

  4. Dear Levi & Family,
    I am so very very sorry for your loss. You all have my deepest sympathies.
    Levi, I‘ve always felt you and I had a close bond, my heart is breaking for you. Know if you need anything, I’m here…

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