In Memory

DeeDee Stidger (Lundegreen)

DeeDee Stidger (Lundegreen)

 

Marci D'Ann "Dee Dee" Lundegreen, 49, of Amarillo, died Saturday, April 12, 2008.

 

Dee Dee was born and raised in Amarillo and lived here all of her life. She was a 1976 graduate of Tascosa High School and attended Amarillo College. She married Lucky Lundegreen in 1976 in Amarillo. She worked for the American Quarter Horse Association for more than 20 years. She had also worked for the Underwood Law Firm. Dee Dee loved her family and loved being a wife, mom and grandmother. She enjoyed sports and traveling. She was a member of Hillside Christian Church.

Survivors include her husband; two sons, Rowdy Lundegreen and wife Lolly of New Braunfels and Rusty Lundegreen of Amarillo; a granddaughter, Lexy Lundegreen of New Braunfels; her parents, Joyce Howell and Oscar and Sallie Stidger, all of Amarillo; two brothers, Danny Stidger of Amarillo and Robin Stidger of Pecos, N.M.; and two sisters, Cathy Koch of Hinton, Okla., and Tonya Wadley of Amarillo.

The family requests memorials be to the Cancer Care Fund c/o Hillside Christian Church, 6100 Soncy Road Amarillo, TX 79119.

Amarillo Globe-News, April 15, 2008

 

 

 



 
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06/12/16 02:37 PM #1    

Susan DeWald (Allen)

 

Found this great recent photo of our beautiful DeeDee.


06/13/16 02:45 PM #2    

Cari Bennett (Rowland)

That's a really good picture of her.


06/14/16 10:43 AM #3    

Becky Shelton (Deckard)

ONE of the kindest people, she was genuine!


06/15/16 11:59 AM #4    

Anne Burruss (Schreck)

I totally agree with Becky, she was a great soul.


06/22/16 10:57 AM #5    

Eileen Anderson (Brown)

DeeDee was one of my best friends in high school and afterwards as well.  We got in a lot of trouble together. I'll never forget the time we got busted for drinking and smoking while we were on a track trip to South Texas. DeeDee, Vikie Welch and I set a lot of track and field records at Tascosa (we were the first year to have a track team, so there were no records before us).  

DeeDee had a very successful career at the AQHA (for one) and at home.

DeeDee had a wonderful heart that she devoted to her "cowboy" Lucky Lundegreen and her two boys Rowdy and Rusty.  She got to know her first granddaughter Lexy before she died.

I always came to the reunions with DeeDee so this will be the first one that I will attend without her.  I miss you DeeDee!!!


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