LUNDBERG JOHN R. of Detroit, died October 6, 2012, at Beaumont Hospital, Grosse Pointe, following a sudden illness. He was 49. John, son of Will and Carolyn Lundberg, was born in the Los Angeles area on July 3, 1963. He had two siblings; an identical twin, Eric, and brother Seth. The family resided in Missoula, Montana until moving to the city of Grosse Pointe in 1974 when John's father obtained a position at ANR Pipeline in Detroit. John attended The Grosse Pointe Academy and graduated from University of Detroit Jesuit High School. He earned both his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in journalism at Wayne State University. On August 27, 1994, John married Stacy Mizeres. They have one son, Nicholas, age 9. As a journalist, John worked as a staff writer for many years for the Grosse Pointe News, The Connection, CAM Magazine and was editor of the Pointer News. He was also a contributing writer for Grosse Pointe Magazine and the Legal News. John spent a majority of his time volunteering as a coach for Think Detroit and Eagle Sports. John enjoyed spending time with his wife and son, playing sports, reading, writing, fishing and cooking. He is survived by his wife, Stacy; son, Nicholas; brothers Eric and Seth; and aunts, uncles and cousins in Montana. A Memorial Service will be held in November at Christ Church Grosse Pointe. In lieu of flowers, contributions may by sent to the Nicholas Lundberg Education Fund c/o Stacy Lundberg.
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John was a great guy. Sorry I never got to go fishing with him. Best to Stacy and Nicholas
So sorry Stacy for your loss, your fans are all thinking of you.
My brothe James and I were friends with John's youner brother Seth. I remember the twins very well. John was very nic to me. He served as our basetball coach at the GPA. I also remember their tree house in he back yard of their Lakeland house. I think it was called Camp Eric and John. I am very sorry for your loss and hope that you and your family will soon be able to prodceed with peach in your lives.
We haven't seen each other since the 5 year U of D High reunion -- thirty years ago. It was good to know you John and to have you in my high school class. My prayers are with you and your family and friends at this time. God bless you, John, and rest in peace.
Very sad news. My heartfelt condolences to his wife and son, as well as his brother Eric and the rest of the extended family. The Stevens family will be praying for you, John.