Mrs. Lundquist taught music at Olds High School.She
also worked with her
husband on their newspaper in Warsaw, Mo., and Anthon. She was a graduate of Burnside High School and Augustana College in Rock Island, Ill. In 1958, she received the National Press Woman's Award for an article she wrote for The Iowan, "I'm Glad We Kept Janie at Home," about Down's syndrome.She
was included in the Who's Who of American Women, Who's Who in the West and Who's Who in the World.She moved to Swedesburg in 1963, where she was a member of Swedesburg Lutheran Church.From 1966 to 1974, she was the executive director of the Southeast Iowa Community Action Program of Des Moines, Henry, Lee, Louisa and Washington counties.She was president of Henry County Association of Retarded Citizens and on the board of Hope Haven in Burlington.
In 1974, she
moved to Arizona City, where she
continued to be active in the retarded citizens program of Arizona.