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Susan Lundberg
Class of 1965

Susan Lundberg, BHS Class of 1965, is a Bismarck native with a background both on and off the stage.

As a concert choir member, she credits her parents and teachers for their encouragement, leading her to a music and political science major at Stephens College. She acquired a Master's Degree in Library Science from Western Michigan University and a Master's Degree of Public Administration from California State University at Fullerton. As a performing artist, she played leading roles in productions including "The Fantasticks," "No No Nanette," and "Jacque Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris."

Susan served as the Executive Director of the Bismarck-Mandan Symphony for fourteen years, helping to establish events including the New Year's Eve Gala and the 4th of July concert and fireworks at the Capitol. As chair of "Friends of the Belle," she helped bring about the successful renovation of the Belle Mehus Auditorium. In recognition of her community achievements, her portrait hangs at the Belle.

Susan and her family have been long-time supporters of the Bismarck Art and Galleries Association, for which her family received its Citation Award. Their three "Threads of Scandinavian Inheritance" art exhibits have been featured in BAGA's main gallery.

Susan, her mother and her sister also received the Daughters of the American Revolution Volunteer Award. She is the founding member of Gallery 522 and a founding member of Sleepy
Hollow. Susan is a member of the National League of American Pen Women, Woman's Life, Thursday Music Club, Trinity Lutheran Fine Arts Committee, and Sanford Board of Directors.

Susan Lundberg is most proud of her daughter, Melissa, and her family: Bryan, Jordan and Harrison.

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