William Patrick Lundberg, of Park City, UT, left this world too early on July 3, 2021, at the age of 46.
A celebration of life was held at the Church of Dirt on July 9, 2021 in Park City, UT, surrounded by family and friends. He was known as “Big Willy Wilz” to those who knew him, as father to Addisyn Rylee (Addz) and William Trenton (Tre) and as husband to his beautiful wife, Jen. Wil and Jen shared their high energy, love of life and ethic of working hard and playing hard with both kids. He was proud beyond words of his children in all their endeavors, especially their mountain bike-racing.
Wil was born in Galveston, Texas, to William Noel Lundberg and Patty Ann Warmuth on May 9, 1975. He went to school at Colorado State University at Ft. Collins, graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering. Wil worked as an engineer for Transportation Techonology Center, Inc. (TTCI) for 24 years. He married his soulmate Jen, on June 10, 2008 in Pueblo, CO.
Wil was an avid outdoor adventurer. Whether it was on the trail, slopes or on the river, he explored the outdoors with his family at his side at every opportunity. Wil had a gregarious sense of humor and unquenchable thirst for adventure. He brought friends and family together to share his love of life. That guy, he knew how to party, telling jokes at rapid speed and bringing fun wherever he went. He was generous and encouraging to all that knew him.
Wil is survived by parents, Bill and Patty Lundberg; his wife, Jennifer Ruth Lundberg; daughter Addz and son Tre; and brothers, Kevin Lundberg (wife Maggie – Maggz, and son, Isaac), and Chris Lundberg (wife Sabrina -Bean, son Krister and daughter Julie Bea).
The family wishes to extend their sincere thanks to the Park City EMS, AirMed Life Flight crew, the Univerity of Utah doctors and nurses of the ED, OR, Donor Alliance, Park City Hospital family, and the entire Park City community for their love and support.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Lundberg Family Fundraiser.
I am so very sorry for your loss. There are no words to express the deep sorrow you’re feeling. Know that many people loved him and his family and you, his parents as well!
Our hearts break for you over the passing of Bill. While we remember him as a young tow-headed boy, you always spoke of your pride in his accomplishments the times we were together. Your wonderful memories will keep him close in your hearts.
Ron and Sue
Im truly not sure what to say but my thoughts and prayers are with your entire family.
I was lucky enough to have worked with Wil and it was easy to recognized his genius and creativity.
There only thing hard about Wil was keeping up with him walking or talking.....he made me smile.
Heaven gained an angel but he will always be with you.
If the people we love are stolen from us, the way to have them live on is to never stop loving them.
You will ride with me forever …..Tom