Roger Lundy Death: Indiana, Franklin College golf coach died

Roger Lundy Death
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Roger Lundy Obituary, Cause Of Death: Roger Lundy, a resident of Greenwood, Indiana, and a Head Women’s Golf Coach at Franklin College has sadly passed away. He was confirmed dead by Indiana Golf through a social media publication that read “Our deepest condolences go to Denise, Peter, Paige, Connor, and the entire Lundy Family. He will truly be missed. Words cannot express the magnitude of the loss we are feeling. Rest in Peace, Rog.”

What happened to Roger Lundy?

According to a GoFundMe organized by Elaine Smith, Roger was admitted to the hospital’s ICU isolation unit on October 25 due to pneumonia and sepsis. His kidneys were failing as well. He was placed on a ventilator, sedated, and intubated. Roger underwent surgery on October 28, 2023, to have his left leg amputated below the knee. Roger’s condition deteriorated on October 30, 2023, and he died on October 31.

Who was Roger Lundy?

Roger Lundy attended D.C. Everest High School and was a native of Wausau, Wisconsin. He was devoted to his wife of over 40 years, Denise Lundy, and a loving son to Deborah Day Lundy. According to his social media page, Roger was a stepbrother to Kim Howell Lewsader and a loving brother to Steve Lundy. Pete, Conner Eastman Lundy, and Paige Mae Lundy all had Roger as a loving and devoted father.

In addition to working as an Indiana Golf Foundation PGA Professional and Academy Director, he attended Ferris State University. He began his career in 2006 as the head women’s golf coach at Franklin College and served as the program director for the First Tee of Indiana at Gongaware Junior Golf Academy in Southern

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