JEFF LINDSTROM - TENOR
I have been singing tenor for the Chancellors since August 2005. I grew up listening to the Imperials. My parents would take my three sisters and me to concerts. After the concert and before I went to bed, (age 7 in case some of you think I was 18) I would ask my mom if I could sing all the parts in the group and of course in four part harmony. I think this is where my passion for singing all started. I’ve always had a special place in my heart for Southern Gospel Music. My dream was to one day sing in a Southern Gospel Quartet. My prayers were answered!
I played hockey throughout my childhood and into my teen years. I love hockey, so I am labeled a puckhead, go Wild! YEAH!! I also enjoy the other major local sports teams. I bleed purple for the Vikes and I am always looking for a TV come Sunday during the season! The Twins are dear to me because I grew up near Minnesota Twin, Tony Oliva and have collected baseball cards since I was 7. The T-Wolves are my least favorite for obvious reasons.
My favorite food is pizza without a doubt, hands down, absolutely number one, uno! PIZZA rocks! One unique thing about me is that I drink my soda pop can with the top up? Weird?
One interesting thing about me is I grew up with the baritone, Chris Fish; we have been best buds since grade school/ junior high. He even lived with us for a stint through high school. Cool! The Lord is amazing!
Some time ago, we as a quartet watched a movie called “Facing the Giants” which was an incredibly inspiring movie. I was taken aback by the message of the movie which was to praise God in the good times and praise Him in the perceived bad times. As Christians sometimes we try to do things in our OWN time and not wait for God’s perfect timing and direction.
I have been married to an awesome and patient woman, Holly, since January of 1988. We have four kids, Kyle 22, Cassandra 20, Cecilia 16 and Chloe 14. The Lord has truly blessed me with the most supportive, loving and caring family I ever could have asked for. My daughter, Cassy, while helping me write this bio asked, “Dad, what about our dogs, Douglas and Trixie?” OK, now the family is complete!