Doc was on the Carman Ainsworth board of Education.('69-73) I was Dir.of Personnel during that time.meeting with the Board. Through that connection Doc became my doctor until he left Flint area. He was a great Board member,athletic team Doctor and personal friend .
Marilyn and Family, So sorry to see you have lost a great man. I will remember him being the pitcher to all of the kids playing ball at the dead end of Canterbury Lane. Just about every evening after dinner. Doc was the one who taught me how to hit a ball. It was so much fun. He was also the best Dr as I grew up. I was inspired going in his office watching everyone work. It made me want to work somewhere in the medical field and I have for 30 yrs. He was a wonderful man. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Remember the memories!
Dear Marilyn and family, my condolences go to you all. Doc, and you, Marilyn, had such a profound effect on my path I took in Nursing. I since retired as a nurse manager after 43 years in my career. I valued your concern and opinions throughout my young life as your neighbor and as your children's babysitter. Our prayers are with you all.
The whole Lundeen family are in our prayer's and we are so sorry for your loss of a wonderful,kind,caring man.
Dr Lundeen delivered me in Flint Mi in 1963 and continued to keep me healthy up until his retirement. He was the BEST DR I have EVER had, I missed his humor and warm smile thru the years. Eileen Waterson and Reba Skellenger family
On behalf of the Mangelsdorf family we are so sorry for your loss. Dr. Lundeen and our father were in practice together and we have wonderful memories of the entire family. Carl, Mar'Sue, Michele and Tom