Mrs Gunderson, who is presumably a widow (though this has never been confirmed), lives in apartment 133b, Sylvia Plath block, Mega-City One. A pleasant but rather dotty old lady, Mrs Gunderson supplements her income by renting out rooms.
Largely thanks to the fact that she is almost blind and very hard of hearing, Mrs Gunderson was for some months the landlady of Judge Death (whom she knew as Jay De'Ath) without realizing who he actually was. She is (so far) the only individual that Death has pronounced totally innocent (he threatened to kill her in order to escape from a judicial containment facility, but could not bring himself to do so). Judge Death fled Mrs Gunderson's apartment owing her a month's rent, but the Justice Department paid it out of their petty cash because they were so impressed at him letting her live.
Mrs Gunderson, who later became the landlady of Walter the Wobot, frequents the Quite Nice Bar in her spare time. She remembers "that nice Mr De'Ath" with fondness.
In her head, Mrs Gunderson is a young girl with her hair in pigtails, serving tea to her dolls.
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Elderly human female.
Mrs Gunderson is almost completely blind despite her incredibly thick glasses, and also extremely hard of hearing, both of which infirmities she denies strenuously.
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