John “Jack” Lundberg

Dec 30, 1937 - Jul 02, 2022

passed away on the evening of July 2. He was born in Goodman WI on December 30, 1937, to Victor and Elsie (Firley) Lundberg. After graduation, he attended Michigan Tech in Houghton and gained a degree in Forestry. Following college, he enlisted in the Army and was stationed in Shemeya Alaska working in the Security Agency. Following his army discharge, he returned to Wisconsin and worked at the Coleman Lake Club, wearing many hats but mostly serving as fishing and hunting guide. Then he moved to work at the Wausaukee Club and ended his working career as a greens keeper there. Pushing 60 years old, he married a Southern girl from his past who was living in New Orleans. They made their home in Athelstane and have lived there until his death–almost a 25 year anniversary!

He was preceded in death by his parents and two sisters, Mary and Martha Ann. He is survived by his wife, Mary Carol and a sister, Margaret Pistner, currently of Green Bay. And also, 8 nieces and nephews: Susan (Jerry) Over; Chris (Abbey) Green, Brian (Mary) Green and Jonny (Mary Kay) Green, children of his sister, Mary. Then there are: Bill (Miranda) Pistner, Mary (Kevin) Jackson, Anne (Kevin) Pecoraro, and Michael (Kristi) Pistner, children of his sister Margaret.

Mass of Christian Burial will be on Tuesday July 12 at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Wausaukee, officiated by Fr. Dave Schmidt. Visitation is from 10 to 12 with Mass immediately following. Burial will be in the Forest Home Cemetery with full military honors provided by Crivitz American Legion Post #413 and VFW Post #2063 and a luncheon at the Nimrod Inn will be served after Jack is in his final resting place.

Roubal Funeral Home of Wausaukee is assisting Jack’s family with arrangements.

Mass of Christian Burial

Tuesday Jul 12, 2022, 12:00 p.m. (noon) at St. Augustine Catholic Church [map]


Tuesday Jul 12, 2022, 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. (noon) at St. Augustine Catholic Church [map]

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Guestbook Entries

Randy and Linda Hansen

Mary Carol. We were sorry to hear of your loss. One of my most-favorite memories is of me--the city boy--sitting on aunt Doris's deck in Crivitz, listening to Jack and my brother-in-law Ronnie talk about their growing up "together" while living 600+ miles from each other. Common experiences and common recollections. I believe that had they known each other from childhood they would have been life-long friends. To me it's a very happy thought, and I will keep it. Linda recalls our visits, company, conversations and the wonderful rhubarb pie.

Harold B Simon

Mary Carol, you have my sympathy for your loss. John was a friend, we used to visit when you came to Marinette for your therapy and I will miss his visits. Memories are for ever, remember the good times.

Susan Schaf

Jack was such a wonderful man, he is such a big part of my fond memories growing up at the Club. He will be missed. I am so sorry for your loss.

Bailey & Joe Thompson

For the short amount of time I, myself, knew Jack, I will forever cherish those memories. He was a one of a kind, funny, stubborn man who loved with all his heart. Im so glad my son got to meet such an incredible man and we will share those memories with him as he grows.

Lee & Lin Wittmann

A friend to many, a true disciple of Jesus Christ.

Shelley McNamara

All of the wishes I have, wish I could be there, wish I could have met Jack personally. Breaks my heart that you have encountered such a huge loss.

A.J. Hisel and Jim Uminski

We are so sorry for your loss. Jack was a special person.