Roger Alan Lundquist, Jr.

September 24, 1958 - April 21, 2010
Roger Alan Lundquist, Jr.

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Roger Alan Lundquist, Jr. 51, of Trout Run, PA formerly of Wilmington died Wednesday, April 21, 2010 at his home in Trout Run.

Alan graduated from Cary High School and attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University. He was an awarded member of the Taxol Development Team at Glaxo Chemical. Alan was an avid gardener, patron of the arts and loved to travel. He certainly left the world a better place.

Surviving is his mother Virginia Venters Lundquist; sister Mary Katherine Lundquist; brothers John Karl Lundquist, Robert Edward Lundquist, and Mark Andrew Lundquist.

A memorial service will be held 1:00 P.M Saturday, May 1, 2010 at Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, with Rev. David C. Wade and Rev. Margaret Hockett presiding. Visitation will follow in the Gathering Hall.

The family suggest Memorials be directed to Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church 1401 S. College Road Wilmington, NC 28403 or to the Tammy Lynn Center 739 Chappell Drive Raleigh, NC 27606.

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  • March 20, 2023
    Tim Boomhower says:
    I knew Alan in high school in Cary. I've been trying to locate old friends and only today, March 20, 2023, did I learn of his passing. I'm shocked and saddened with the news. He was a great friend in my teens and early 20's when our life paths were separated. He was another brother from a different mother.

  • April 24, 2010
    Robert Hart & Tracey West says:
    We've known Alan since 1986; Robert worked with him when Alan was at Glaxo and, among many other things, Alan taught us about the appreciation of wine. At work, Alan was a relentless workhouse; he had an incredible work ethic and was very innovative. As a friend, no one has been more giving. We are shocked and saddened and miss Alan already. He was a remarkable man and I know I won't ever meet another one like him. But, really, we are so glad and fortunate to have known him. He gave us a lot.

  • April 24, 2010
    Tim Tippin and Cindy Rewerts says:
    Words cannot begin to tell you of our feelings of loss at this time. Alan gave us so much of himself and asked for little in return. His generosity in everything he did showed us his love of family and love of life. We loved him as a member of our family and will miss his smile and dry sense of humor. Our prayers are with you and with him that he may finally find the peace he so deserves. Sincerely, Tim, Cindy, Allie and Will Tippin

  • April 27, 2010
    John Begley says:
    While I had been an acquaintance of Alan’s for several years, I had really gotten to know him better the last few years. To say that he was generous and kind would be an understatement. He had the gift of sharing his extensive knowledge on numerous topics without ever making you feel inferior. I will miss him greatly and hope he has found peace.

  • April 28, 2010
    Ann Gooding and Steve Guyan says:
    I am saddened to hear of Alans passing. He was a good friend, colleague and neighbor when I lived in NC and knew him from Glaxo and Chapel Hill over a 10 year period. His personality will stay with those who knew him and will forever bring back great memories of times together. Kindest regards in your time of loss and take strength from knowing your loved one was a kind soul loved by many.