Timothy C. Lucas

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Timothy C.
Lucas

Lucas, Timothy C. “Fish”
Died unexpectedly Dec. 5, 2014, Age 52. He will be deeply missed by his mother Rita. Dear brother of Glenn (Chris) Lucas, Phyllis (Bill) Barton, Claudia (Joe) Braun, Mary Ellen Heese, Jennifer (Chris) Kowitz, and Katharine (Craig) Jones. Also survived by nieces, nephews and his best friend Ken Kauss. Preceded in death by his father Clyde and brother Dennis. Tim proudly served in the US Air Force and was a long time driver for Double J.
Visitation Monday 10 AM – 12 Noon at the Funeral Home with Funeral Service at 12 Noon. Interment Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery.
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Johnson-Reiss
Klemmer-Scheuerell-Tyborski
9200 s. 27TH St. 414-761-2750
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Past Comments

DC Clifton

tim would lift your soul if you would just listen I run the roads for 30 years he didwe will talk a few times a week we were friends from back in Germany in the motor pool he was a true professional as a drivera very kind man alsotoday is his birthday he love the pack so much I will pull for them for the rest of the year and everytime I think of the pack I will think of himgod bless him and his family roll on brother

DC Clifton

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DC Clifton

today is tim’s birthday I’m pulling for the packI miss him so much everyday we talked a couple of times a week at least he was always very upbeata very kind man alsowe were friends from back in Germany we were both in the motor I will miss talking to him like I have for the last seven or eight years every week while I was driving myselfI would hope one of his family members would call me at any timeI know you had a sister that like Nascar racingand a brother that work for quad graphicsyou can call me at 7:04 430 9827my name is Dave Cliftonthank you and God bless him and his family

DC Clifton

tim would lift your soul if you would just listen I run the roads for 30 years he didwe will talk a few times a week we were friends from back in Germany in the motor pool he was a true professional as a drivera very kind man alsotoday is his birthday he love the pack so much I will pull for them for the rest of the year and everytime I think of the pack I will think of himgod bless him and his family roll on brother

Jim Gottsacker

Dear Lucas Family,

My wife and I met Tim three weeks ago on Sunday when we dropped off our son Dan at Double J for a two week over the road training session with Tim. I spoke with Tim the following weekend when I picked up Dan for a one night layover. Tim impressed me as a nice, easy-going, down to earth guy and Dan said that they were getting along great together. They were back on the road the next afternoon and returned to Jackson on Friday morning, Dec 5, at the completion of Dan’s training. Dan was out on the road Monday when Double J called him with the shocking news. We are all deeply saddened by Tim’s passing. Please accept our most heartfelt condolances for your loss.

Jim, Colleen and Dan Gottsacker
3836 N. 74th St.
Milwaukee, WI 53216
414-616-6930

Diane Groleau

Tim, My heart is breaking in millions of pieces. I can’t believe that you are gone. I am going to miss you a lot. My son and I are going to be lost with out you. Love You forever

Diane Groleau

Pam Porter-Newsom

I’ll always remember you as Lucas. You were the best man at my wedding and no matter what was going on in my life you could always make me laugh. I’m sorry we lost touch over the years but I thought about you often. Kindrick (my son) and I are going to miss you. I’ll always feel bad that I didn’t just pick-up the phone and call you. I never thought this would happen at your young age. We love you dearly…….Pam and Kindrick

James R Carpentier

Tim, you will be missed by all whose lives you have toughed, as you have gone thru such a short time hear on earth. Your cousin. James (Jim) Carpentier

Claudia and Joe Braun

Tim – my cell phone is too quite on my way home. I keep waiting to hear from you telling me one of your really bad jokes. No more meeting for a beer at Tailgators. Joe and I miss you so much!! May you find peace in Heaven and say “Hi” to Dad.

Your “favorite” sister – Claudia and Joe Braun

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