No, man. Buy a good shovel and start digging a 6'1" hole. You about to keel over any minute.
Your total cholesterol is a little worrisome (though this opens the debate about causation versus correlation). Lower cholesterol is strongly correlated with overall higher mortality. Optimum TC seems to hover in the mid 200's, about 250. But it is largely the ratio of HDL to LDL that matters, and yours is good.
I have no idea what your past numbers were. You want to watch for trends. A little snap shot is pretty much worthless, as your blood cholesterol changes just as much as your blood sugar, hour to hour. I'd focus mostly on getting your HDL up, though it's pretty good already if your TC is only 149! It is, after all, the HDL to LDL ratio that seems to have some bearing. My HDL 94 now, making me virtually invincible to heart disease - according to the most recent theories. Most of my calories come from grass-fed beef tallow, which I make myself and drink massive puddles of after my daily meal. Add to that liberal amounts of coconut milk and oil, fish, eggs, lamb, duck and fresh wild herbs/greens, etc. and POW, up goes the HDL. In my case, at least. My TC is happily in the 250 to 270 range, with direct LDL only at 160, every time I get it checked. I work in a lab and get to check it for kicks pretty frequently.
So you're fine, really. Relax.
Steak, eggs, potatoes - fruits, nuts, berries and forage. Coconut milk and potent herbs and spices. Tea instead of coffee now and teeny amounts of kelp daily. Let's see how this does! Not really had dairy much, and gut seems better for it.