Spencer Joseph Lund, 70, son of Gustave Joseph and Bertha Alleen Hoopes, was born April 19, 1934, at Salt Lake City, Utah. He died March 9, 2005, at Harry S Truman Veterans Hospital at Columbia.He attended school in Salt Lake City and Los Angeles, Calif., and graduated in 1952 in San Francisco.He worked as a carpenter until he joined the Army April 21, 1953. He served in the 5th Infantry regiment at Fort Lewis, Wash., and was given a Good Conduct Medal. He was a talented fisherman and hunter, taking his commanding officer to rivers in Washington to teach him to fish. Mr. Lund was discharged from the Army April 20, 1956, and returned to Santa Rosa, Calif.He married Marilee Groom in January 1960. Mr. Lund worked for a milk company for several years and raised his daughters, Lorinda, Wendy and Stacey. The family moved to Klamath Falls, Ore., where he managed a fishing and hunting lodge. He and his wife divorced in 1970.Mr. Lund was a salesman of siding and other materials for companies in Arizona. He expanded his sales to include Nevada, California, Utah and Idaho.He moved to the Roby area in 1987 to care for his parents until their deaths: his father Nov. 21, 1989, and his mother, Nov. 20, 1994.Mr. Lund was an expert in repairing and restoring hunting rifles.Surviving are two daughters, Stacey Lynch of Success and Lorinda Reed of Roseville, Calif.; two brothers, Dr. Jack Lund of Tampa, Fla., and Jay Norman Lund of Roby; one sister, Marilyn Stowe of Browns Valley, Calif.; and six grandchildren.Services were March 15 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at Houston with President Andy Hutchison officiating. Burial was in the Hickory Ridge Cemetery under the direction of Evans Funeral Home of Houston. “

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