Lukey, Paul David

March 21, 1956 ~ January 15, 2019

LUKEY, Paul David – age 62, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at Bluewater Health, Sarnia. Beloved brother to Ken Lukey and John (Mary Lou) Lukey. Predeceased by his parents James and Grace Lukey and brother Ron Lukey. Cremation has taken place.

Funeral Details
A private family graveside will take place at a later date.

Donations
Sympathy may be expressed through donations to Canadian Cancer Society.

 

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  1. So very sorry to hear this. I’ve known Lukey since a was very young. Served him coffee later on at Global Donuts. Always chatted with him when I bumped into him. He’s a Corunna Icon. Would wave to him during the summer months while driving by, as he sat on his bench. He always waved and hollered back. He’ll be missed by many.

  2. My condolences to all the Lukey family. I knew Grace and Barney all my life living on the 8th line. So hard to lose a loved one. Rose (smith) Hayes/Marcy

  3. I always enjoyed my interactions with Paul! I would always take the time to chat with him… which is all he wanted! He was quite the character and I always walked away after chatting with him, with a smile on my face! He was such a prominent figure in Corunna, and I will miss him dearly.
    Thank you for letting me be your friend! Rest in peace sweet Paul ❤️

  4. Sorry to hear of Paul’s passing. Having him as a next door neighbour for 20 years, we got to watch his salutes and air-golfing swings and listen to the daily weather report. He truly was a well-known character around Corunna.

  5. So sorry to hear about Paul. We were neighbours for a very long time. Paul worked for Oscar McLaughlin collecting garbage for years. He always cut threw Stacey’s backyard beside us and if you were outside when he went by he always had something to say. My condelence Ken

  6. The passing of Paul was surprising and very sad news. Paul will be missed by so many people in Corunna. I always enjoyed seeing Paul. Our friendship goes back a very long time. My sincere condolences Ken.

  7. Condolences on the lose of your Brother. He was one of the few remaining characters in the village that we all knew and looked forward to seeing him salute the OPP building from his bench by the LCBO.. Ron & Peg Langille & family