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Obituary: Lundy, Kenneth D.

Age 72

LUNDY, Kenneth D. (Age 72) Passed away October 18, 2014 after a battle with cancer.

He was born May 17, 1942 in Botteneau, ND to Melville and Christine Lundy.

After high school and traveling Ken returned to Spokane where he attended barber college.

At age 20 he began working at numerous barber shops.

He opened Mr. Ken’s Barber Shop in Hillyard about 35 years ago.

Ken married Noreeta “Heather” in Hawaii, whom he met in 1974 at EXPO ‘74.

Together for 40 years they enjoyed hunting, fishing (Ken’s favorite) in Mexico, Canada, Yukon, Alaska and Lake Pend Oreille.

He had a very loving and generous spirit, always helping people in need and was a mentor to numerous kids.

He was a member of Mission Community Presbyterian Church.

Ken is survived by his wife Heather at the home; best friend, his dog Sparky; sisters Dorothy Brown and Muriel Petrettee; daughter Lisa Serrano; stepchildren Kevin (Mary) Amsden, Lori (Dennis Leach and Scotty (Shannon) Cramp; seven grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews and countless friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents; brother Harold Lundy and sister-in-law Pauline.

Funeral Service 11AM, Saturday, October 25, 2014 at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 2705 W. Boone Ave., Spokane, followed by Graveside Service at 1PM at Greenwood Memorial Terrace, and a Celebration of Life will follow at 4PM at Carr’s Museum, 5225 N. Freya Street, Spokane.

Memorial contributions may be made to the NRA or Union Gospel Mission.

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