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Christine Lundeen-Holmen

Mon, Apr 30th, 2012
Posted in Spring Valley Obituaries

Christine (Terri) Lundeen-Holmen, age 54, of Spring Valley, MN, joined the Lord Wednesday, April 18, 2012, at her home.

Christine was born May 26, 1957, in St. Paul at Mounds Park Hospital. She was raised by her parents Kenneth and Charlotte Lundeen in Scandia, MN and graduated from Forest Lake High School in 1975. On July 20, 1981, she was united in marriage to David Holmen at Elim Lutheran Church in Scandia, MN. Christine and Dave were married for 30 wonderful years. Christine loved to play the piano and organ and enjoyed the happiness that music brought to her life. She also enjoyed crafts, making wreaths, and shopping for unique gift items. This passion led to the opening of her own gift shop in downtown Spring Valley. She ran this shop for five years and took great pride in it. It wasn’t so much the business aspect of the shop that she enjoyed. . . it was interacting and conversing with the customers that she liked most.

Christine also had a passion for entertaining guests and throwing large dinner parties. She also had a huge heart for her children and grandchildren and loved to spend as much time with them as possible.

Christine is survived by her husband, David, of Spring Valley; children Derek (Christa) of Rochester; Brandon of Sisters, OR; Megan of Spring Valley; grandchildren Brenna, Derek II, Jade, Talon, and Mason; parents Kenneth and Charlotte Lundeen of Scandia, MN; brother Steven Lundeen (Cathy) of Danbury, WI; sister Lori Steele (Mark) of Forest Lake, MN; sister Cindy Kiekhafer (Todd) of North Branch, MN. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Funeral services for Christine “Terri” Lundeen-Holmen were held Saturday April 21, 2012, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Rochester, Minn. with the Rev Jim Kroonblawd officiating. Burial took place in the Spring Valley Cemetery.

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