Harold M. H. Lund
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Harold M. H. Lund "Will be Missed" 1915 ~ 2007 Harold M. H. Lund passed away February 11, 2007 in Bountiful, Utah at the age of 91. He was born June 5, 1915 in Salt Lake City to Han Marius Hansen Lund and Dagmar Nielsine Sorensen Lund. Harold was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served a mission in Johannesburg, South Africa. He married Anna Jeanne Lunt December 26, 1942 (later divorced). Harold was a school teacher at Davis, Bountiful, and Viewmont High Schools. He taught skiing for many years with the Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune Ski Schools. He was also a ski instructor at the Alf Engen Ski School at Alta. He was a carrier for the Salt Lake Tribune for more than 30 years. He loved playing his viola and played in the Westminster College, Murray City, West Valley City, and Bonneville Strings Orchestras. He is survived by his three children, Claudia (Tom) Henteleff, Bethesda, MD, Hank (Wyoma) Lund, Providence, UT, and Mark (Pamela) Lund, Draper, UT. A family and close friends graveside ceremony will be held (early March) in Bountiful at the Lakeview Cemetery.

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Published in Deseret News on Feb. 18, 2007.
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February 27, 2007
My condolence to the family in their loss of a great man. My late husband, Carter, and I had a great admiration for him. He was a good friend.
Millie Bangerter
February 25, 2007
I wish to express our deepest & sincere, heartfelt sympathy to Harold's family. I feel like I know a little bit about Harold's family. Harold was a good friend to our Mother, LaPreal, over the past several years. He brought our mother much joy & laughter to her life through sharing his music talents, attending many symphonies and other musicals together. She enjoyed his company and always talked about the many times they went to Snowbird for Sunday brunches and other events they attended. My sisters and I got to know Harold quite well and always tried to included him with our family get togethers. I live in Colorado so when I would be visiting with my mother in Bountiful, Harold would usually take me and my mother somewhere for lunch or dinner. He would usually come over on Sunday evenings (after is nap) and watch 60 Minutes, eat popcorn, and have a bowl of sugarfree ice cream (with whip cream & nuts). If you are ever interested in hearing about several funny stories, I would be more than happy to share them with you. Harold had a great zest for living life to the fullest - right to the end. It seemed that he was extremely independent even with his health deteriorating. He did continue to visit with our mother at Avalon Care Center on Sundays even though she has dementia is unable to communicate and at this stage she did not recognize him (or us). Our family felt it was very admirable of him to continue the visits. I just want Harold's family to know how much appreciation and fond affection we have in our hearts for him. He treated our mother with kindness and gave her many, many happy times. We will will be forever grateful for the friendship they shared - we will miss his smiling face!
With Love, Janet Newton
303 681-0243
Janet Newton
February 21, 2007
Harold was a loyal member of the Wasatch Community Symphony (formerly the Westminster). We miss him already and wish to send our condolences to his family.
Zella Millard, Personnel Manager of the Wasatch Symphony conducted by Kenneth Kuchler.
We are in our 53rd season and Harold played with that group since it's inception.
Zella Millard
February 18, 2007
Harold will be missed at the Golden Years for sure. I have enjoyed playing bridge with him./
Betty Huntington
February 18, 2007
Dear Harold and Family, first I must say that I did not realize you had such a grand age, how impressive. I am now reminiscing of all the Utah Symphony concerts I was working and during the performances I would come out to the lobby to chit chat with you. It seems not that long ago. My thoughts and my prayers are with your family during this time of grief. God Bless.
Troy C. Gottfredson
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