Arne Lyngstad

Facts of Arne Lyngstad

Full Name:Arne Lyngstad
Birth Date:May 10, 1962
Age:60 years
Death Date:July 30, 2018
Profession:Historian, Organizer, Politician
Birth PlaceVerdal
FatherArnolf Lyngstad
MotherSvanhild Aasen

Arne Lyngstad was a Christian Democratic Party politician, historian, and organizer in Norway. He was elected to the Norwegian Parliament from Nord-Trondelag in 1997, and he was re-elected once.

Arne Lyngstad’s Childhood

Arne Lyngstad was born on May 10, 1962, in Verdal, Norway, and died on May 30, 2022, in Trondheim, Norway, at the age of 60. His father, Arnolf Lyngstad, was the principal and a KrF politician, and his mother, Svanhild Aasen, was a teacher. Arne was a Norwegian by birth.

Lyngstad’s Educational Framework

In terms of his educational history, from 1969 to 1978, he attended a primary school in Verdal. Later, from 1978 to 1981, he attended Verdal upper secondary school in a general subject line.

Lyngstad graduated from Levanger teaching school with a degree in history and an intermediate course in history, and majored in history at the University of Trondheim in 1992. The Archive Award was given to him by the Labor Movement’s archive.


  • For the most of his adult life, Arne Lyngstad has worked in full-time politics.
  • In the 1970s, the politician held positions of trust with the Christian People’s Youth and the Norwegian Total Holding Company Youth Association on a local and regional level.
  • Arne was a member of various groups, including the DNTU’s national government from 1981 to 1983, Nord-Trondelag KrF’s youth secretary from 1981 to 1982, and school political leader from 1982 to 1983, among others.
  • He worked with KrF in the 1990s as an investigative secretary, committee leader, and political adviser.
  • Likewise, he also served as the commander of Sor-Trondelag KrF from 1990 to 1992.

    Caption: politician, Arne Lyngstad(Photo: Wikipedia)
  • He served as a deputy member of the Verdal municipal council as an elected member from 1984 to 1987.
  • Likewise, he also served on the county council of Nord-Trondelag (1988–1991) and the municipal council of Trondheim (1992–1995).
  • He was the Storting’s representative for Nord-Trondelag from 1997 to 2005, and a member of the Storting’s Church, Education, and Research Committee from 1997 to 2001).
  • Arne was the head of the Storting’s Nordic Council delegation in 2003.
  • He was a board member of RUS-free from 2006 to 2007, a political adviser to KrF’s Storting Group from 2006 to 2007, and a director of the diaconal Lukas Foundation from 2007 to 2008.