His family then left Nebraska and moved to St. George, Utah where he attended school and graduated from Dixie Jr. College in 1953. Immediately after graduation he was drafted into the army during the Korean Conflict and he started basic training in Fort Ord, CA, followed by his assignment to the Chemical Corp. at Fort McClellan, Alabama. After his two year service, he returned to Dixie College for one year to prepare for dental school at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln.
He graduated number one in the class of 1961. His dental career took him first to Snowflake, Arizona, then Mesa and finally to Lake Havasu City. His hobbies were his pets, hunting, fishing, water recreation, and all sports, especially golf in his later years. He worked in scouting as a Scout Master and earned the Eagle rank as a young man. He served in many capacities in his church including a fulltime mission with LuDeen in the Connecticut Hartford Mission.
Fred had a strong testimony of his Savior, Jesus Christ. Fred is survived by his wife, LuDeen, children Alan (Lisa), Larry (Melanie), Kent (Julie), Gary (Shannon), Bruce (Amy), Barbi (David) Reichner, 31 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his daughter Karen, his parents Viola Mary Ibsen and Clarence John Lundin, brothers Lawrence and Louie and sisters Rosemary and Elizabeth Ann Winterton. Viewing will be from 6:00 to 8:00 pm on Friday, March 27 at the Spilsbury Mortuary, 110 S. Bluff Street, St. George, Utah. Viewing at 9:30 am and funeral services at 11 am Saturday, March 28 at the Veyo, Utah LDS Chapel, 176 E Center Street.