Dick Flatgard, 63, of Minneapolis, formerly of Windom, died June 16, 2014, at his home in Minneapolis. A memorial service will be held Monday at 2 p.m., in the American Lutheran Church Chapel in Windom with Rev. Tim Wrenn officiating. Full military honors provided by Windom American Legion Post 206 and Minnesota Army National Guard Military Funeral Honors will take place at the church following the service. A private interment will be held at a later date. LaCanne Family Funeral Service of Windom is handling the funeral arrangements. Dick Joel Flatgard was born Jan. 9, 1951, to Alfred and Leona (Swanson) Flatgard in Lakefield. He was baptized at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Lakefield and later confirmed at American Lutheran Church in Windom. Dick received his education from Windom Public Schols and Jackson Vocational Technical College. In 1970, Dick enlisted in the U.S. Army and served in the Vietnam War where he was exposed to Agent Orange. He was honorably discharged in 1972. Dick lived all over the Midwest and Eastern United States, working for the airline industry in large airports. He worked various jobs with the airlines, but most recently worked as a TSA security officer at Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Dwayne "Nick" Flatgard and Jim Flatgard. Survivors include his brothers: Merlin "John" (Marilyn) Flatgard, Donovan "Shorty" (Roberta) Flatgard and Jerry (Vicki) Flatgard, all of Windom; and a sister-in-law, Joy Flatgard of Windom.