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Christina Elizabeth

Lueck, Christina Elizabeth,
(nee Dassler) Entered God’s Kingdom on Monday, May 15th, 2017, age 53. Beloved wife of Wayne since June 24th, 1989. Loving mother of Dayton (Christine) and Alexandria. Dear daughter of Donald Dassler Sr., and Sara (Bob) Brion. Sister of Donald Jr., Dean, Troy (Rob), Lance (Julie), Ty (Missy), Cody, and Danny. Daughter-in-law of the late James Lueck, and Grayce (John) Kenealy. Sister-in-law of Patti (Phil) Braunschweig, and Pam (Greg) Rhodes. Also survived by 10 nieces and nephews, and other relatives and friends.
Visitation will be held at ST. JOHN’S EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH, 4001 S. 68th St, from 4-7PM on Friday, May 19th and from 10-11AM on Saturday, May 20th, followed by the funeral service at 11AM. Interment St. John’s Ev. Lutheran Church Cemetery.
Christina was a graduate of Sheboygan South High School, was co-owner of J.F. Nolan & Associates, and was a member of St. John’s Ev. Lutheran Church. She was a proud Christian, a great cook, an avid traveler, team mom, and was everybody’s biggest supporter. Affectionately known by many as “Lady” and “Mama Lueck”.
Memorials appreciated to St. John’s, WLHS, the American Cancer Society, or WELS Kingdom Workers.
“An angel on Earth, now an angel in Heaven”

Past Comments

Cole Family

We are so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in family and friends (Proverbs 17:17). For additonal strength, may you find it in God who cares for you (1 Peter 5:7). Please accept our deepest condolences.

Christine Clak

Christina, I don’t think I ever saw you without a smile on your face, you were a great friend to my sister and a great mother. I remember good times camping with you and your family and canoeing down the Wisconsin River. You are such a giver and provider, the world will miss you. See you in heaven.
Christine Horne Clark

Tina Kenealy

Christina was A very fun person to be with. She loved playing games and having fun! I’ll never forget playing the Quelf game with her and how she threw herself into the silliness of the game. She could get everyone involved even when they didn’t think they wanted to and they would be happy she dragged them into it. Life in our family will never be the same.

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