Thank you, Luke, for your service to our country.
I met Uncle Curtis when I started dating my husband ,Clifton Jackson.Uncle Curtis was always so nice to me.I enjoyed talking with him.To me, he had such a gentle spirt and made me feel so welcomed in his presence.I only wished we had more visits.I find comfort in knowing that he spends this day with his wife and worshiping the Lord.
Condolences to the family, Luke was a great person to know and work with. I don't think I ever saw him get mad at anything or anybody. That is why he was called "Cool Hand Luke"
Henry "Stretch" Harrison ( Fort Worth, Tx)
I did not know Mr. Luke, but,his brother-in-law, Earl Blade married a cousin of mine. I will keep all the family in my prayers.
I'll always remember Luke as just,"Luke" one of the friendliest guys, I've ever worked with, always positive in life and always a hard worker. There's only one Luke to me,the 924th LUKE,we will miss him.