Gregory Lundquest

Obituary of Gregory C. Lundquest

Gregory Charles Lundquest, age 43, of Stuyvesant, NY, passed away on August 25th at the Albany Medical Center with family at his side. Gregory was born in Plattsburgh, New York, to William Charles and Joan A. (Morrow) Lundquest. He went to Ichabod Crane High School and moved on to graduate with an Associates' Degree from Columbia Greene Community College in 2003. He was currently working for the Columbia County Dept. of Public Works as a laborer and prior to that position, was at Price Chopper in Chatham. Previous to those positions, he was a District Manager for the Register Star and worked for UPS for a number of years, before moving on to work in the office of WCL Advertising and Publishing, Inc.. He then formed GCL Advertising and Publishing, Inc., where he followed in his father's footsteps for a period, producing The Hudson River Sampler. He also helped with the conversion of the Sampler over to the Hudson River View. He enjoyed being in the outdoors and on the water. He loved horseshoes, boating, hunting, fishing, and always enjoyed a great campfire with friends. Greg is survived by his mother, Joan Lundquest of Stuyvesant, NY, and sister Lisa Lundquest of Albany, NY, and a number of aunts, uncles, and cousins. He is preceded in death by his father William C. Lundquest, Jr. Greg was very loving and giving, always offering a service and a smile. He touched the hearts of everyone he knew. He will truly be missed. Due to Greg's love of animals and love for his past pets, memorial donations may be made to Columbia-Greene Humane Society, 111 Humane Society Road, Hudson, NY 12534. The family wishes to extend their thanks and appreciation to the Albany Med staff, as well as all the friends and family that have reached out with their thoughts and prayers. Visitation will be held at Raymond E. Bond Funeral Home, 1015 Kinderhook Street (Rte. 9), Valatie, NY, on Saturday, August 29th, from 2 - 4 PM, with a service to follow at 4 PM with Reverend Andy Smith officiating.
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