Donald A. Sundstrom

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died June 4, 2013

Gladstone, MI
Donald A. Sundstrom, age 77, of 1321 Minneapolis Avenue, Gladstone, passed away Tuesday June 4, 2013 at home following a lengthy illness.

Donald was born March 18, 1936 to August and Marie (Peterson) Sundstrom. He was raised in Stonington and attended school in Stonington and Rapid River. Don worked for his Uncle Vic at the Victor Peterson Concrete plant prior to moving to Milwaukee in 1953. Don worked in Milwaukee until 1969 when he returned to Gladstone. Donald opened his own business Sundstrom Electric in 1969. At age 62 Don retired and sold the business to his nephew, Tom Sundstrom.

Don was a member of the Swedish Club, and Trinity Lutheran Church in Stonington. His hobbies included woodworking, renovating tractors, and spending time at his camp.

Survivors include:
Wife: Joan (Skradski) Sundstrom who he married on October 1, 1960 at All Saints Catholic Church in Gladstone.
Daughter: Julie (Tim) Waibel of Warrington, PA
Brother: Raymond Sundstrom of Stonington
Grandchildren: Twin girls, Madelyn and Grace
Seven nieces and nephews, and several cousins also survive him


3 Tributes for “Donald A. Sundstrom

    Don was a great guy. I remember his kindness when we lived in Milwaukee and the great job he did for my mother in making the needed renovations. Thoughts and prayers are with you at this time

    Joan and Julie,
    I was saddened to hear about your loss. Don reminded me so much of my grandfather, Vic. He had the same gentle soul. He will be sorely missed by all who loved him. I would like to extend my deepest sympathy to you both and to Raymond.

    Best Regards,

    Dan Allen

    Joanie and Julie, Sorry for the loss of your husband and father,(very special guy). Scott told me this last Thurs. Myself, Scott,Molly, and Jacob thought the “best” of MR. DON!! Remember the camping trips? When Mr. Don lost Molly at campground in Gwinn? He was so scared-ha,ha. Also, thanx for the times at cabin in Stonington. Had a great time. Our prayers are with your family, Joan and Julie. Take care, Dianne

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