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Donald Lundberg

Bellevue, Washington

Apr 27, 1922 – Feb 5, 2011


Thursday, April 27th 1922
Saturday, February 5th 2011
University of Washington


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Sunset Hills Funeral Home Obituary

Donald Lundberg , 88, a long time resident of Bellevue passed away at Overlake Hospital, Saturday, February 5th, 2011. He was born on April 27, 1922 in Seattle where he was raised. Don attended Cleveland High School and graduated with the class of 1940 after which he attended the University of...

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To Noreen,
Sorry to hear of your recent loss. Always had the deepest
respect and regard for Don during Bob's construction
career with him.

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Dear Dan, Kris, Stephanie, and Family,
Christ's peace to all of you and the family! Please know that you remain in our thoughts and daily prayers as we thank God for the life of your dear father, father-in-law, and grandfather. His beautiful obituary is a tribute to a faith-filled life and certainly that is the legacy he has graced all of you with as he goes home to our merciful God.
Be assurred of our loving and prayerful support as we at Holy Names Academy will always feel...

A note to my dear friend Sandy and her family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all as you both mourn and honor your dad.

To Norene and her family,

Don was always so friendly and greeted you with a huge smile. He will be missed but not forgotten.

My parents, Howard and Betty Tagas were blessed to have the love, friendship and support of a wonderful group friends who were as close as family. Don was like a brother to my Dad.

I have fond childhood memories of the Fourth of July at the Lundbergs!

My thoughts are with you at this difficult time.


Norene and family,
It is so sad to hear of the loss of your dear Don. He was always a fine gentleman and so willing to help others. Dale and I always cherished those memories of the great times we enjoyed with AGC amd the traveling adventures we had together.
Time will heal your sorrow and the memory of his life well lived will be with you forever.
My sincere sympathy,
Donna Madden

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family! Sandy always spoke very proudly about her father and it was if we knew him without ever meeting him.

Please know that we are thinking of you during this difficult time.

The Hill Family (Jamie & Debbie)