Jack Lundgren

June 13, 1942October 9, 2021

With great sadness, Jackie Lee “Jack” Lundgren passed on Saturday, October 9th, in Windsor, Colorado, surrounded by his family after a brief illness. He was born June 13, 1942 in Scottsbluff, NE to Elmer and Elsa (Steinmark) Lundgren.

Jack graduated in 1960 from Bayard High School. After high school, he spent several years as a deliveryman for Culligan Soft Water, Fairmont Foods, Miller Standard Oil, and L&M Distributing.

Jack and his wife, Barbara, owned and operated the Bowl Arena, for 23 years, fulfilling his lifelong dream. His love and enjoyment was spending time being at the bowling alley with the bowlers, especially the Special Olympians.

During his younger years, he spent his time fishing, playing fast pitch softball, golfing, and bowling.

He was a dedicated family man and would help others any way he could.

Jack is survived by his wife Barbara (Steinmiller) Lundgren of 57 years, and his two daughters, Leann and John Maser of Lincoln NE and Jaci Griffee of Windsor, CO His four grandsons, John Hunter (fiancé, Gina) Maser and Luke Maser, Lincoln, NE, Andrew Bartow, Cambridge MA, Chris and Meghan Bartow, Greeley, CO and great grandson, Kaiden. Only Granddaughter or Pizza and Pepsi Delivery girl, Regan Bartow, Windsor CO. Sister, Janet and Rick Schwartzkopf, Greeley CO, Brother in law’s – Ron and Melita Steinmiller, Chandler, AZ and Lawrence and Barb Steinmiller, Morsetown, MN.

His parents precede Jack in death.

Funeral services will be held, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at 10 AM, Calvary Lutheran Church, Scottsbluff NE.

Memorials can be made to the family for the Bowling Special Olympics in care of Allnutt Funeral Service, Macy Chapel.

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  • John Hunter Maser, Pallbearer
  • Luke Maser, Pallbearer
  • Andrew Bartow, Pallbearer
  • Christopher Bartow, Pallbearer
  • Regan Bartow, Pallbearer
  • Kaden Bartow, Pallbearer


  • Memorial Service

    Wednesday, October 13, 2021


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Jina Huerta

October 14, 2021

Barb and family, so sorry to hear about Jack he was such a great guy.
My girls still talk about Jack and the Saturday kids bowling leagues and how much fun they had along with Sunday night bowling with Steve and I.
They said Jack had the best pizza in town too.
Treasure all the memories you have and know he is with you everyday in your hearts. He definitely loved his faimly and talked about you all.
Heaven now has a new member on their bowling team.
Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.
Jina, Stephanie and Heather

Krista Kropp-Gingrich

October 14, 2021

Dear Barb and family, we are so sorry to read of Jack passing. He was such a wonderful man and a great friend to my dad. They worked together all week and then joined for their Saturday morning breakfast. I can only imagine the stories and laughs they shared. A very special bond and friendship between two incredible men. Sending our love and prayers to you all during this most difficult time.
Mary Ellen Kropp and Krista

Sharon Steinmark

October 12, 2021

I was so sorry to hear Jack passed away. I know he had been ill for a long time and now he will rest in the arms of Jesus. I am praying that God will comfort you with the knowledge that we have eternal life in heaven through the blood of His son, Jesus Christ. I am also sorry I won't be able to be with you at the service tomorrow morning but my thoughts will be with all of you.
With my love, Sharon Steinmark