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William “Bill” Lundgren

Birth Date: June 12, 1925
Death Date: January 27, 2016

LUNDGREN, WILLIAM
90 years young, Bill Lundgren entered into rest on January 27, 2016. Bill was born on June 12, 1925 in Millboro, S.D. He later moved to Sacramento where he was a resident for 75 years. Devoted father to Judy Elliott, Brenda Curtis, Geneva Irby, and Richard Lundgren. Loving grandfather to 11 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, and 2 great-great-grandchildren plus one on the way. Bill enlisted into the U.S. Army in 1943 where he fought in World War II. Bill loved playing horseshoes, playing cards, and gardening. Bill will be missed by all. The family invites friends to attend a visitation on Thursday, February 4, from 4-8 pm. A funeral service will be held on Friday, February 5, at 1:00 pm. Sunset Lawn Chapel of the Chimes, 4701 Marysville Blvd, Sacramento. 916-922-5833.

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Sunset Lawn Memorial Park
4701 Marysville Boulevard Sacramento, CA
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  1. I remember when I first met him, he was so nice and sincere. I remember when he helped teach me how to play "Buy It". He almost always won the game when he came to our house to play cards, even if he forgot which hand we were on, he should shuffle his cards around and still win the round…I will also never forget last year when he told me he was planning on riding his motorized bicycle to my house using the side streets. He told me he could go 40 mph on that thing :blush: I learned a lot from him. I learned how to play dice, how to grow trees and I even learned some dirty jokes! He was quite the character but always the nicest man. You could tell how much he loved his family, especially his grandchildren and great grandchildren. Rest in peace Grandpa Bill, I will miss you :purple_heart:

  2. The amount of memories of grandpa are endless he was always making us laugh. When i was younger their wasnt anyplace he could go without taking me i always wanted to go with him didnt matter if it was just to the store or down to galt to buy some new birds it was always and adventure. One time josh and i were with him and anyone who knows him knew he liked to tell you where he put the sewer in around sacramento which was cool to hear just not when you are on a freeway on ramp and he comes to a stop just to point it out but that was grandpa. I will miss him everyday and will cherish the memories i have r.i.p i love you grandpa.

    -Jason

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