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R. Edward Mundy

Oct. 2, 1937-May 6, 2013

May 9, 2013
Minot Daily News

Robert Edward Mundy died in Red Lodge, Mont., May 6, 2013, after living with metastasized melanoma for over 4 years.

Ed was born in Muncie, Ind., on Oct. 2, 1937, to Marie (Guthrie) and Robert Mundy. Shortly thereafter the family moved to a dairy farm near Mitchell, Ind., where he received his early education. In 1958 he received a bachelor of science degree from Indiana State University, where he majored in math, chemistry and physics, and in 1961 received a master's degree in education administration and guidance counseling. In 1971 he earned a doctorate of education administration from Indiana University

During his career in education in Indiana he was a math and science teacher, guidance counselor, assistant principal, and assistant superintendent. In 1975 he and his family moved to North Dakota where he served as superintendent of schools for the Finley-Sharon School District and for 17 years as superintendent of Minot Public Schools.

During his tenure in Minot he was active in numerous community activities, including the Kiwanis board of directors, Minot Area Chamber of Commerce board, president of the Y's Men's Association, Salvation Army board, and the Minot Area Development Corp. board. Statewide he served on the North Dakota Council Of School Administrators board, was president of the North Dakota High School Activities board, and was on the North Dakota North Central Association board, the North Dakota Teacher Retirement Fund board, and the North Dakota State Investment Board.

In 1999, after visiting various parts of the country, he decided he had found the ideal retirement spot and moved with his wife to Red Lodge, where he could more fully participate in the outdoor activities he loved most: hunting, fishing, and skiing. He also served on the board of the Red Lodge Country Club Estates Homeowners' Association.

Ed is survived by his wife of 54 years, Jacqueline; two sons, Steve, of Red Lodge, and Kirk, of Centerville, Ohio; and three grandchildren. He also leaves two sisters, Nina Windell, of Indianapolis, and Sarah (Dale) Paynter, of Atlanta, Texas.

Ed wanted a private graveside service, which will be held Friday, May 10, at the Red Lodge Cemetery. Smith-Olcott Funeral Chapel, Red Lodge, is handling the arrangements.

 
 

 

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