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BORN: Month/ Day/ YearAt:The son/daughter ofEARLY YEARS : / EDUCATION Early years were spent in Clinton, IL near Springfield.The family soon moved to Elgin where Henry graduated with the class of 1938. Ham Radio and science club through high school Aptitude for electronics showed up early ,Attended IIT and began working at Illinois Bell Telephone. University of Chicago where he served in signal corps, OSSIn Burma during WWII. Returning home in 1945 he continued working with I.B.T.There he met his wife to be, Louise M. Bernero (a draftsman) District manager of Network InstallationLast big job was the Sears Tower…MARRIED:July 4, 1953 in Chicago and made their home in Wheaton for a short time until 1966 when they moved to Elburn. Following his retirement in 1979, they moved to rural St. Charles. MEMBERSHIPS National Rifle Association..A Charter Founder of the American Immigration History Center at Ellis Island. American Air Museum, BritainRonald Regan Republican Center, Life Member of The Republican Presidential Task Force, Disabled American Veterans, Telephone PioneersGardening – vegetables, flowers, fruit trees..etc. As a ham radio operator he was a member of the American Radio Relay League Diversity, intellectual, Sense of humor, quiet strength, a great deal of patience, intellect that not only embraced electronics but rebuilt cars. (Volkswagen’s and Audi’s)Built one of the first color TV’s – Projection TV LIFE NOTES SURVIVORS Wife, LouiseChildren: Mary Lundh of Geneva, ILLoretto Lundh of St. Charles, IL Jane (Tom Arnold) Lundh of Tampa, FL, David Lundh of Genoa, ILHolly Lundh of Sycamore, ILFour grandchildren: Vincent and Veronica Lundh of St. Charles, ILElton and Paul Arnold of Tampa, FL. Siblings: none – he was an only childPRECEDED By hiMEMORIAL Memorials in his name may be made to the Disabled American Veterans and mailed in care of P.O. Box 66, Elburn, IL 60119. Tributes and memories may also be forwarded to the family through www.conleycare.com. s parents,
Visitation will be held at Conley Funeral Home, 116 W. Pierce St., Elburn, IL, Tuesday, April 19, 2005 from 4-8pm.
Private family committal services will later be held.