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Meet Mrs. Diana Lundberg

Meet Mrs. Diana Lundberg:



 

Mrs. Lundberg works at Pittsburg School as a paraprofessional.  She grew up in both Maine and New Hampshire.  Her favorite subjects in school were art and history.  Before working here at Pittsburg School, Mrs. Lundberg worked at the IGA for 10 years, then at Colebrook Elementary for two years, and she started working here at Pittsburg School 11 years ago.  She works about 7 ½ hours a day on her job.

 

Mrs. Lundberg likes to read mystery stories and fantasy books that include some time travel.  She has been up Mt. Washington and says that she really likes to cook.  She and her husband have two golden retrievers named Bella and Quincy,  Yorkie named Cooper, and a small parrot named Kiwi.

 

Mrs. Lundberg’s favorite season is the fall when she enjoys walking in the woods, getting her gardens ready for winter, enjoying warm days and the beautiful foliage.  In her spare time, Mrs. Lundberg said she reads, watches movies, takes her dogs for a walk, travels takes their antique cars out for a ride, and does some baking and cooking.  She said she feels her best talents are cooking, gardening, and sewing.

 

Favorites:

Food: burgers and onion rings

Type of art work: drawings and paintings

Holiday: Christmas

Sport: hockey and skating

Sports Team: Bruins

Things to do in winter: stay warm, watch it snow, and go shopping

Things to do in summer: gardening, spending time with family, and going to camp

Vacation place: the Maine coast

TV Show: all of the CSI shows and Outlander

Color: green

Type of car: 4-runner Toyota

Candy: Milky Way, caramel, Dove bars, and chocolate covered cherries

Type of music: 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s

Dream place to visit: Scotland because her grandmother was from Scotland, and Egypt to see one of the Wonders of the World

Toys growing up: bike and Barbies

 

Asked what she likes about working at Pittsburg School, Mrs. Lundberg replied, “The interaction with the students makes it a great place to work, and the teachers and staff are very helpful and caring.”


 Updated Jan. 2018