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Earl Lundeen

February 04, 1921 - May 05, 2015

Memorial Service - Friday

August 07, 2015 10:30 AM

St. John Lutheran Church, Hillsboro


Wildeman-Boulger Funeral Home, Hillsboro

Earl Lundeen

February 04, 1921 - May 05, 2015


Earl was born on a farm east of Blanchard, ND, on February 4, 1921, the son of Emil and Anna Mathilda Lundeen. He died in the Hillsboro Nursing Home on May 5, 2015 at the age of 94.

Earl spent his entire life farming the family farm and tending his cattle. He was a kind, gentle and quiet man with a wonderful sense of humor and a ready smile. Earl loved a good game of cards, horseshoes and spending time with family and friends. Earl was preceded in death by his parents and all his siblings, Roy, Francis Buringrud, George, Elenore, Lloyd and Mildred Lundeen.

A special thanks to Jack Hansen, Angie Kritzberger and the staff of the nursing home for their kindness and care of our uncle. A memorial service will be held at a later date.


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4 responses to “Earl Lundeen”

  1. Glenn Buringrud says:

    To a wonderful uncle that always had something for us when we were little.
    He always loved to play cards whther it crazy eights, wist or any of the ones he liked.
    I will miss him greatly, Rest in Peace and God bless you Uncle.

  2. Fuller Sheldon says:

    Greetings Neighbors, Condolences on this loss. My dad and mother honeymooned and farmed just west of your “home place” from ’41 – ’61. Dad often referenced Earl’s “long-armed, open-handed wave” as their rigs neared each other, making their slow-moving, narrow-swaths of timely tillage. He regarded “those Lundeen boys” as fine neighbors. …and times goes by. Cultivate and savor your relationships.

  3. Pamela Sund says:

    Lloyd Lundeen was a dear fiend of mine, and I spoke with Earl Lundeen on the phone during Lloyd’s illness and subsequent death. What a fine family this was! I have never met more kind and hospitable people. May Lloyd and Earl have a beautiful reunion in heaven, along with other family members.

  4. Brad Bohm says:

    A good friend and neighbor always enjoyed taking about cattle haying.

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