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Brian David Lunde

August 13, 1962 - September 28, 2012


A Celebration of Life Memorial Service will be held on Monday, October 8 at the Evangelical Covenant Church, 1425 3rd Street E. in Thief River Falls from 6:30 -8:30 pm.


Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Brian David Lunde

August 13, 1962 - September 28, 2012


“Grundy” & “Uncle Bubba” passed away unexpectedly on September 27, 2012 at his home in Fargo, at the age of 50.

He was born on August 13, 1962 in Roseau, MN to Shirley (Ziska) Brawders and Dave Lunde.  He attended school in Viking, Thief River Falls, and Roseau, graduating in 1980.

He lived in Seattle for many years before moving to Valley City, and Fargo in 2008.  He loved music (especially Lynard Skynard) and playing guitar with his friends and his uncle Jerry.  He worked at various places throughout his life, and also played in two different bands.

Brian is survived by his mother, Shirley Brawders of Roseau; father, Dave (Mary Lou) Lunde of Thief River Falls; sister, Susanne Lunde of Fargo; nieces, Jennifer Desrosier & Samantha Lunde of Fargo; 3 step-sisters; 1 step-brother; many aunts, uncles, cousins, step-nieces and nephews.

 He was preceded in death by grandparents Edmund and Clara Ziska and Iver and Clara Lunde, step-father Darrell Brawders, uncle Jerome Johnson, cousin Mike Lofstedt, and step-sister Desiree Mickelson.


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  1. John F Forsberg says:

    I am sad to hear of Brians passing as He was one of my closest chldhood friends. I will never forget him and the times we shared. I will always remember him for the good times and the fun we had . Over the years we lost touch and the miles grew us farther apart but He will be sadly missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to all the family and friends that Brian had, Goodbye my old friend.
    John F Forsberg.

  2. shelly (Forsberg) Broten says:

    SO very sorry for your loss….although I had not seen Brian in a few years…when did hear from him time-to-time….and he always remembered so much and would remind me of things from wayyy back…it was a pleasure talking to him…and I can still hear his giggle which I am sure is what he is doing now….peace to you

  3. Diane Erickson says:

    GEORGETOWN TexasMy heartfelt sympathy goes out to Brian’s parents, his sister Sue…who I remember as well and the rest of his family! I went to school with Brian and I remember him well. I last saw him in the early to mid 80’s. He was always friendly and kind to me and would spend time talking to me. I will remember him for his kindness and his friendship! I hope that now…he is “at peace” in Heaven with God! I won’t be able to attend his funeral, I live too far away now…but my prayers will be with his family! May the Lord grant you all “peace” in this very difficult and painful time!
    Most Sincerely,
    Diane Erickson

  4. Lynn A. Kuznia says:

    Plymouth MN
    I was so sad to hear of Brian’s passing. We spent so much time together in our youth and the years have not been kind in putting our paths together again. I saw Brian some years ago in Thief River Falls over Christmas and that was the last time I had the opportunity to reconnect. I fondly remember the generosity of Shirley to let me stay at her house with Brian as much as she did. I had the opportuntiy to meet Dave when Brian lived in the basement of his grandparent’s home. I hold a special place in my heart the time we did spend together in the seventy’s. May the rest and peace be with your family now and I hold you in my prayers.

  5. Lynn A. Kuznia says:

    Plymouth MN
    I was so saddended to hear of Brian’s passing. there was a time Brian and I spent an enormous amount of time together, so this comes as a complete shock to me. I can only hope Brian’s life was filled with joy and peace prior to his leaving us. He will always have a place in my heart.

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