Astrid Eva Dunn, 73, a former comptroller of the American Legion here for many years, died of a coronary attack Jan. 27 in Port Richey, Fla., where she had lived since 1978.

Born in Eckero, Aland, Finland, she was a graduate of the University of Helsinki. She taught in a one-room school house in Eckero until her marriage to Arthur A. Haggblom. In 1940, she and their two children joined him in this country. She graduated from the old Wilson Teachers College in Washington.

After her husband's death in 1945, Mrs. Dunn went to work as a comptroller for the American Legion. She married retired Army Lt. Col. Byron E. Dunn in 1954 and they later moved to Annapolis, where she was finance manager for the Anne Arundel Community College.

Mrs. Dunn was a past president of the Bunker Hill Unit of the American Legion Auxiliary and the Swedish American Vasa Club.

In addition to her husband, of Port Richey, survivors include two children, Lars G. Haggblom of Columbia, and Margareta E. Williamson of Fredericksburg, Va.; five stepchildren, Jane Dunn Hylton of Wheaton, Cornelia Matter, Anne Murphy and Wade Dunn, all of Rockville, and David Dunn of Winchester, Va.; two sisters, Ragnhild Kemme of Aptos, Calif., and Elvi Meyer of Pargas, Finalnd, 12 step-grandchildren, and two step-greatgrandchildren.