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Jack Lunden Veteran

Birth
Naples, Boundary County, Idaho, USA
Death
16 Oct 2001 (aged 81)
Hood River, Hood River County, Oregon, USA
Burial
Cremated, Ashes scattered Add to Map
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Jack Lunden, a Parkdale, Ore., resident, died Oct, 16, 2001, at Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital. He was 81 years of age.
Private family services were held.
Jack Lunden was born Dec. 20, 1919 in Naples, Idaho to Amil and Ida (Finney) Lunden. He was raised and educated in the Coeur d'Alene, Idaho area and graduated from Rose Lake High School in Rose Lake, Idaho.
During World War II, he served in the 172nd Infantry, 43rd Division in the liberation of the Philippines and occupancy of Japan.
On Jan. 6, 1959 he and Patricia A. Robertson were married.
Mr. Lunden had worked as a registered land surveyor in Idaho, Oregon and Alaska. He lived in Alaska until moving to Parkdale in 1974 after a 35-year career of power line survey and design.
His wife, Pat, a son, a daughter, a sister and nieces and nephews survive him. He also leaves his dog "Red".
Memorial contributions may be made to Northwest Medical Teams or the Salvation Army, c/o Anderson's Tribute Center, 1401 Belmont Hood River, OR 97031

The Hood River News, October 19, 2001
Jack Lunden, a Parkdale, Ore., resident, died Oct, 16, 2001, at Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital. He was 81 years of age.
Private family services were held.
Jack Lunden was born Dec. 20, 1919 in Naples, Idaho to Amil and Ida (Finney) Lunden. He was raised and educated in the Coeur d'Alene, Idaho area and graduated from Rose Lake High School in Rose Lake, Idaho.
During World War II, he served in the 172nd Infantry, 43rd Division in the liberation of the Philippines and occupancy of Japan.
On Jan. 6, 1959 he and Patricia A. Robertson were married.
Mr. Lunden had worked as a registered land surveyor in Idaho, Oregon and Alaska. He lived in Alaska until moving to Parkdale in 1974 after a 35-year career of power line survey and design.
His wife, Pat, a son, a daughter, a sister and nieces and nephews survive him. He also leaves his dog "Red".
Memorial contributions may be made to Northwest Medical Teams or the Salvation Army, c/o Anderson's Tribute Center, 1401 Belmont Hood River, OR 97031

The Hood River News, October 19, 2001


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