FRANK LUND
Frank Edward Lund "The Candy Man" Frank Edward Lund passed away tranquilly in the comfort of his home on Sunday, February 6th, 2011 at the age of 80. Frank was born at home in Ogden, Utah on February 26th, 1930 into the loving arms of Petra Martine Miller Lund and Carl Christian Albert Alexander Lund. He was the seventh of nine children. Frank graduated from Ogden High School class of '48, he participated in football and wrestling and was referred to as "Ball of Fire Lund" by his peers. He served a two and a half year LDS mission in Denmark from where both his parents had migrated to Utah, as converts to the LDS church. He attended Ricks Jr. College on a football scholarship, Weber College and graduated with an MBA from Utah State University. He married his sweetheart and eternal loving companion Marilyn Jane Stettler on June 1st, 1956 in the Logan LDS Temple. Frank was enlisted in the US army, where he served as a political science instructor at Ft. Knox. Frank was a professional personnel administrator, industrial and employee relations, management development, training both for the LDS church, Thiokol, Pfizer, Northrop, Saudi American Bank, Olayian and other major companies. He spent over 25 years in the Middle East during his 45 year career, where he developed his love for the Saudi people and their culture. Frank was a faithful and active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, serving in all its auxiliaries such as Stake Mission President in Chicago and Bishop in Camarillo, Calif. Frank loved his family more than anything else. He was a loyal friend, a productive employee, director, a faithful and helpful husband, a loving father and grandfather. His pride and joy was helping those in need and service, service, service! He looked forward to attending his church meetings every Sunday and his temple work. His hobbies included: fishing, hunting, gardening and temple work. Frank is survived by his daughter Connie, son Michael; grandchildren Nichole, Austin, Max and Madeline. He is also survived by his sisters Lillian Coburn of Laie, Hawaii; Marian Perrenoud of Idaho Falls; and brother Norman of Ogden. Frank is preceded in death by his loving wife Marilyn Jane, son Daniel, brothers: Marvin, David, Winton, and Brian "Bud" along with his sister Evelyn. Viewing will be held Thursday, February 10, 2011, in the Monument Park 9th ward chapel, 1565 S. Foothill Drive, Salt Lake City from 6-8 p.m. and again on Friday one hour prior to the services. Funeral Services will be held on Friday, February 11, 2011, at 11 a.m. at the Monument Park 9th ward followed by burial services at Logan City Cemetery. In honor of Frank's lifetime of service and generosity the family is accepting donations to the Frank E. Lund Family through US Bank.

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Published by Deseret News from Feb. 9 to Feb. 10, 2011.
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I was a mission companion and afterward a friend to Frank's son Dan in the Norway Oslo Mission. I attended Ricks at the same time and knew his daughter Connie. I grieved the loss of Marilyn and then Dan. My heart goes out once again to the family. I spent many wonderful hours in their home. I'm sure it won't seem long until the entire family reunites again.
John Hubbard
February 17, 2011
We remember Frank as a generous and accomplished man. What a wonderful reunion he is having in Heaven with his beloved family! Our thoughts are with you ... Lori Lund Teeples, Debra Lund Johnson, and Kayleen Lund Paul
February 11, 2011
Hello, My name is Bruce Burton. We knew Frank, Marilyn, and Danny in the late 70's and early 80's. We, as a family, grew to love that family for what they did for our family. His unselfishness by letting our family use his truck and camper, and snowmobiles, with no thought of remuneration, made for some of the best times of my family's life. They were some of the most giving people I will ever know. We, as a family, took their truck and camper on very long trips, to Portland, Disneyland, and other places. In return I did some minor mechanical work for him, which by no means made up for their generosity. We saw little of them, but grew to love them, for what they did for us. Thank You, Lund Family. And our condolences to you, Connie and Michael.
Burton Family
February 11, 2011
I had the privilege of knowing Frank over the course of the last couple of years. It is rare to encounter a person with such dedication and genuine kindness to everyone he met. I serviced Frank's Cadillac regularly and it was always a pleasure to chat with Frank and I was always impressed with his great attitude and outlook on life. Through adversity and physical tribulations Frank always had a great smile, his Utah sweat suit and kind words for all, his dedication to his work at the temple was uncompromising and admirable. We will miss him around here, our condolences to the Lund family and Frank was truly a man you can say made you a better person for knowing him. Rest in peace my friend, we know you are in good hands.
Respectfully, Steve
Steve Fry
February 10, 2011
Uncle Frank and Aunt Marilyn were the type of people that created wonderful memories when you spent time with them. They cared about the people they were around and made you feel special. I appreciate the memories of family visits to California, Illinois and SLC. Connie and Michael you are loved and stay true to the traditions that your parents have given you.
Patty Pitcher Rose
February 10, 2011
To the Family of Frank Lund, It was my privilege to serve with Frank in the Salt Lake Temple these past seven years. He was a great example to all as he performed those scared covenants and ordinances in a very dignified manner although it was a challenge physically for him, Yet he never complained and was always smiling. Two days per week he would faithfully bring a bowl or two of candy for the brethren to munch on in the study room. He will be missed but we know he is now with loved ones beyond the veil and standing tall and looking everyone straight in the eye. God Bless His family, Sincerely Alvin S. Anderson
February 9, 2011
Sadly, I never had the opportunity to know you directly, but your legacy endures and shines through your son Michael.
Adam
February 9, 2011
Loss leaves a heartache that no one can heal, but our love leaves memories that no one can steal. You will always be with me Grandpa. I love you.
Nichole Garceau
February 9, 2011
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