William Wayne Lundy

November 5, 1943November 6, 2018

William Wayne Lundy passed away on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, at the age of 75. He was born in Angleton, Texas, on November 5, 1943 to Gerald and Mineola Welch Lundy. Wayne joined the Houston Police Department on August 31, 1970, Academy Class #46. During his career with the department, Sergeant Lundy was assigned to the Northwest Division, Office of Technology Services, Robbery, Central, South Central, and Narcotics Divisions, retiring on July 10, 2001. He is survived by his loving wife of 54 years, Sandy Lundy, children, Julie Campbell of Conroe, Texas, Wade Lundy and wife Heather of Waller, Texas, Scott Lundy and wife Christy of Magnolia, Texas, sister, Janice Dyson and grandchildren, Dillon Lundy, Alyssa Haynes and Jessica Campbell. Numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends also survive. Graveside services will be held Saturday, November 10, 2018 at 11:00AM in Garden Park Cemetery (801 Teas Rd, Conroe, Texas, 77303). In lieu of flowers, contributions in Wayne’s memory may be made to the Houston Police Department 100 Club, at You are invited to view our webpage and leave written tributes to the family at


  • Sandy Lundy, Loving wife of 54 years
  • Julie Campbell, Daughter
  • Wade Lundy and wife Heather, Son
  • Scott Lundy and wife Christy, Son
  • Janice Dyson, Sister
  • Dillon Lundy, Grandchild
  • Alyssa Haynes, Grandchild
  • Jessica Campbell, Grandchild
  • Numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends.


  • Graveside Interment Service Saturday, November 10, 2018

William Wayne Lundy

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Wanda Pickens

November 9, 2018

Wayne was a man of integrity. He was a family man and his wife and children came first in all things. I greatly admired him and his stance on life in general and his family in particular. My heart goes out to you, Sandy, and the kids. I so wish I could be there but I'm in Arkansas and can't get home. Know that you are loved by all of us.

Tonya Pickens-Sevier

November 9, 2018

My favorite memory of uncle Wayne is when we were kids he had a paddle hung up in the hallway with each of our names on it. And next to each name was a mark every time they got paddled with it. I don’t think I had more than one Mark because all uncle Wayne had to do was look at me and if I thought he was disappointed in me I started crying.

Vicki Allen

November 9, 2018

Dear Sandy and Family,
I was saddened to read of Wayne's passing. You and Wayne were such wonderful friends of my parents, Bob and Janie Williamson. Please accept our sincere condolences for your loss. Our heartfelt prayers go to you and your family.
Vicki Allen and the Williamson Family

Larry Foltz

November 8, 2018

Lundy Family,

Wayne and I were partners for several years in the Dart Division. We became close friends and I held him in high regards. I know Wayne lived life to the fullest and his wife and family were foremost in his mind, thoughts, and heart. He was also a fine Christian man so I am sure he is in safe hands as I pen this message. Wayne and I went our separate ways after retirement but I thought of him a lot during those retirement years. Losing a loved one or spouse is not an easy thing to handle. I speak from experience as I lost my first wife of 40+ years to cancer in 2010. It is hard but with the help of God and faith there is light at the end of the tunnel. It is also hard to watch a loved one deal with Cancer as I experienced that also so you just have to have faith that God is in charge and knows what he is doing even if we don't always understand or agree.
I will be at the funeral on Saturday know that Wayne was a good and faithful man and he will be missed by many.

Retired HPD Sgt. Larry Foltz

Frank & Mary Lou Converse

November 8, 2018

To Sandy and Family,
We were so sadden to get the call from Scott yesterday informing us of Wayne’s death. We so wanted to visit during his illness but with Mary Lou’s health issues it didn’t happen.
Your family has our deepest sympathy but we know Wayne is in a better place and he leaves us with many joyful memories.

Your Friends for a long time,
Frank & Mary Lou

Wayne Mosley

November 8, 2018

Sgt. Lundy was not only a great supervisor he was a great man and friend. I will always cherish our time together laughing and talking on the 6th floor of the Narcotics Division. He was an inspiration then as well as now. God Bless Wayne Lundy.