Caryl M. (Beck) Lundie, age 90, of Marlborough, passed away peacefully on Monday, June 12, 2023. She was the loving wife of Kenneth G. Lundie.
Caryl was born in New York, New York on January 9, 1933, the daughter of the late Charles Albert and Frieda Freiershausen Beck. She was raised and educated in the Bronx and relocated to Southhampton graduating from Southhampton High School. Caryl continued her education at Concordia College Bronxville, New York and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Education from Concordia University River Forest, IL. Caryl and Kenneth married on June 26, 1965 and settled in Riegelsville, Pennsylvania.
After college Caryl taught in Lutheran Schools for ten years in Providence, RI; Patchog, NY; and Riverhead, NY. Following her marriage, she worked side by side with Kenneth in their 5 and 10 cent store in Riegelsville until their retirement.
Caryl was very active at Faith Lutheran Church in Easton, PA. She taught Sunday School, sang in the choir and volunteered in the Lutheran Woman’s Missionary League Chapter in their congregation. She also volunteered delivering meals to seniors as part of the Meals on Wheels program.
Caryl also enjoyed traveling throughout her life: a European trip after College, camping in the Western States with teaching friends one summer; a tour of the Holy Lands and Egypt with her father led by one of the ministers from Riegelsville; and many river boat trips to Europe and tours across the US with Ken.
In her later years she moved to the New Horizons Independent and Assisted Living in Marlborough, MA and was a parishioner at St. John Lutheran Church in Sudbury, MA.
Caryl is survived by her husband, Kenneth G. Lundie of Marlborough, MA; her son, Bruce G. Lundie and wife Maura of Wellesley, MA; her grandchildren, Ainsley (Lundie) Loving and husband James of Silver Spring, MD; Nathaniel Lundie of San Francisco, CA.
Her memorial service will be celebrated on Saturday, June 24, 2023 at 11am at St. John Lutheran Church 16 Great Road, Sudbury MA 01776.
Gifts in her memory can be made to St. John Lutheran Church in Sudbury, MA.