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Christine 
O'Keefe

  • Visitation- Saturday, January 2nd from 1-4pm

    • HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME (9200 S 27th St, Oak Creek)

  • Funeral Service- Saturday, January 2nd at 4pm

    • HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME (9200 S 27th St, Oak Creek)

O’Keefe, Christine (nee: Lukas)

Passed into Eternal Life December 24th at the age of 74.

Survived by her devoted husband of 52 years, Dennis.  Cherished mother of Steve (Teryl), Tim and Colleen (Bill).  Survived by grandchildren Jeffrey and Ryan, brothers Gary (Peggy) Lukas, the late Doug Lukas and three precious cats Lucy, Lucky and Bootsie.  Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Visitation to take place Saturday, January 2nd from 1-4pm with a funeral service to begin at 4pm at HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME (9200 S 27th St, Oak Creek). 

Christine was a designer and silver jewelry artist for 35+ years who enjoyed sharing her creations at art shows.  She had a kind and open heart for all living creatures, especially cats.  If desired, memorials appreciated to Wisconsin Humane Society in Christine’s honor.

“You will always be a part of our lives.”

2 Comments

  1. Joseph Bode December 27, 2020 at 8:13 am - Reply

    Sorry for your loss. Prayers to you and your family.

  2. ruth romanowich December 27, 2020 at 4:14 pm - Reply

    Chris, my friend for over 40yrs. Will surely miss our phone talks . Starting out as neighbors in Oak Creek and then our long distance friendship when we moved to FL.
    Always enjoyed our visits to Milwaukee because I was always able to see your artistic work in jewerly and I never went home empty handed. We always needed to
    help out the artist working to make A living & seeing you enjoy what you did. We watched each others children grow up and just enjoyed each others company.
    My friend I am sad that God called you home first, but so blessed for the friendship that we shared for so many years. My heart goes out to Dennis, Steve,
    Tim & Colleen. Peace & Blessings at this time of loss.

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