August 24, 1951 – May 12, 2020
Send Hugs for James Richard Lueck
It is with great sadness that the family of James Lueck announces his passing on Tuesday evening, May 12, 2020, at the age of 68 years.
James was a loving father of 2 girls, Jen Lueck and Jessica Wilkerson. He succumbed to Pulmonary Fibrosis, an incurable disease of the lungs, which led him to the decision to donate his body to science. He chose to have his body donated to Texas A&M Health and Science Center College of Medicine for purposes of learning and research. With this being said, a Service or a Funeral will not be held.
James was born in Chicago, Illinois on August 24, 1951. He went to Mundelein High School, class of 1969. Owned and operated his painting business in 1979; A&L Painting. He loved watching and playing sports. He was an avid collector, he enjoyed: baseball cards, and coins. His family and friends were the most important thing to him.
He was a loving father, grandfather and great grandfather.
He is preceded in death by his Father Robert Lueck Sr., his Mother Gloria Bartlett and his sister Kathy Steffen. He is survived by: daughters Jen Lueck and Jessica Wilkerson (Johnny Wilkerson), brothers and sister: Bob Lueck, Mike Lueck, Doug Lueck, Cindy Wendell; grandchildren: Savannah and Hunter Wilkerson, grandson Jordan Lueck, and great grandchildren: Hadley Wilkerson and Harper Sterling.
Since no memorial services are being held, flowers/donations are not necessary. If you wish to send condolences, consider sending to Jen Lueck – 16171 E. Warner Place, Denver, CO 80239 or Jessica Wilkerson – 15264 White Oak Lane, Conroe, TX 77303.
My heart reaches out to you and your family during this time, I’m so sorry. Please know you all are in my prayers.
Cindy, we are saddened to hear of your loss. May God give you peace as you mourn the passing of your brother into His loving arms
My heart and loving energy pour out to you, Jordan and your family.
Anything you need, please let me know. I am giving you all a virtual hug.
PF is the terrible disease my mother has and she will pass anyday as well.
I will always remember you dance with my grandma in heaven