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Barbara Ann Lundt
October 13, 1934 ~ January 31, 2024 (age 89) 89 Years Old
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Barbara A. Lundt (nee Stanners), age 88, formerly of Oak Park, River Forest, and Princeton, Illinois passed away peacefully on January 31st. Beloved wife of the late Gerald, loving mother of Eric, Christopher, and Craig. Cherished mother-in-law, and devoted grandmother of 6. Barbara, the daughter of the late Glen and Florence (née Hogarth) Stanners and twin sister of her adored brother, the late Bill, grew up in Oak Park. After graduating from Oak Park and River Forest High School in 1952, Barbara went on to major in Art at MacMurray College.
Barbara remained an active alumna and participated in many reunion committees at OPRF. She was particularly proud of her participation as a reunion committee member for the class of 1952's Silver Anniversary Reunion in 1977.
Barbara and her late husband of over 50 years, Gerald, were active in many charities in the Oak Park and River Forest area, including Infant Welfare Circle 1, where Barbara was honored to serve her community and the organization. Barbara used her artistic talents to help design Circle 1's fundraiser cookbooks and various programs for their events. They were also active members of Euclid Avenue Methodist Church in Oak Park and River Forest Presbyterian Church for many years.
Barbara worked in the healthcare industry for most of her professional life. She was a valued employee of the now defunct Community Nursing Service of Oak Park, River Forest, and Michael Reese's healthcare systems. In retirement, Barbara and her husband moved to Princeton, Illinois, to enjoy their golden years. But, even in retirement, Barbara kept busy. She and Gerald were active members of the Bureau Valley Country Club, where they enjoyed lounging with their many friends, and actively volunteered for the Princeton Friends of the Library.
In lieu of flowers, donations to Oak Park River Forest Infant Welfare Society. A visitation will be held on Friday, February 9that 9:00am, with a short service at 10:00am at Zimmerman-Harnett Funeral Home, 7319 Madison Street, Forest Park, Illinois. A private family burial will take place at Grove Hill Cemetery in Morrison, Illinois. Arrangements entrusted to Zimmerman-Harnett, Kevin Harnett funeral director. Info (708)366-2200 or www.ZimmermanHarnett.com.