Anna Mae (Nan) Lundstrom
February 1, 2023
Anna Mae Lundstrom "Nan," age 68, passed away Thursday, December 15, 2022.
Anna and Carl "Buddy" Lundstrom were married in April of 2007 and were looking forward to exploring life together. In 2013, Anna was diagnosed with small lung cancer and went through her treatments and beat it with the help of God, her family, and friends. This past year she was diagnosed with a different kind of cancer that she could no longer fight. She was ready to go home and be with the Lord.
Nan was a member of the New City Church in Great Falls, MT where she resided with Buddy, she enjoyed seeing her friends and visiting with them. In her earlier years Nan, as everyone knows her, was a hard worker as a waitress and loved cooking for everyone. She lived life to the fullest and loved seeing her family and friends. She was a kindhearted person and would give everything she had to anyone she met. What Nan loved doing was being with her family, cooking, camping, and going to the mountains to see the beauty and the animals. Nan was a great supporter of her son with his drag racing, and she really enjoyed being at the drag races watching her Chad, she lived for that!! Nan also loved her little dog, Tank. He is a little spitfire and was there for Nan and he still resides with his dad, Buddy.
Nan was a grandma to her only granddaughter, and she loved seeing and spending time with her when she could. Nan also has 3 great-granddaughters and loved seeing them and spoiling them. Family was everything to Nan and she was a very caring and giving person. She will be missed deeply by her family and friends and all that knew her. She will not be forgotten.
She is survived by her husband, Buddy Lundstrom; son, Chad (Lisa) Robertson; granddaughter, Alecia (Branden) Montrelli; three great-granddaughters, Braelynn, Savannah, and Blake; sister, Betty (Norm) Vercruyssen; brothers, David (Roxy) and Ed (Paulette) Cobb; and nieces and nephews.
Nan was preceded in death by her parents, Rose (Paladichuk) and Emery Cobb; brother, Bob good and his wife, Lori.
The family would like to say THANK YOU to the ones that took great care of Nan and made sure she was comfortable. If you would like to make a memorial donation in Anna name, please consider doing so to St. Jude Children's Hospital.
At this time funeral services are planned for a later date in the spring.