Anne Catherine Lund, 75, a Washington resident for 45 years who was active in service organizations, died at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring Saturday following a heart attack.
Mrs. Lund was born in Rock Island, Ill. She graduated from Augustana College in Rock Island and also took a bachelor's degree from Indiana University. She was director of physical education for women at Augustana and directed YWCA summer camps in Illinois and Wisconsin.
She moved to Washington in 1934. For many years, she and her family maintained a summer residence on Mackinac Island, Mich. Since 1973, they had had a home in Long Boat Key, Fla., in addition to the one in Washington.
Mrs. Lund was a former president of the women's board of the Washington chapter of the American Heart Association and a member of the board of the Woman's National Democratic Club. She also was a member of the Florence, Crittenton Circle, the D.C. chapter of the American Cancer Society, the Town Club, The Washington Club and the Congressional Country Club.
Survivors include her husband, Wendell L. Lund, of Rossmoor Leisure World in Silver Spring, where the Lunds moved from Washington last summer; three daughters, Judith Biggs, of Greenwich, Conn., Carole Benning, of Marblehead, Mass., and Mary Lund, of Reston; a brother, John W. Greve, of Cape Coral, Fla., and four grandchildren.
The family suggests that expressions of sympathy be in the form of contributions to the American Heart Association, Nation's Capital Affiliate, P.O. Box 32409, Washington, 20007.