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Loukas Loukopoulos

Loukas G. Loukopoulos

Tuesday, January 1st, 1935 - Thursday, February 13th, 2020
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Christina Loukopoulos Khoury

Posted at 11:55pm
Dear Dad, you loved flowers so much, especially cosmos. These are for you with love, from your daughter Christina & her uncle George Didycky
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Posted at 10:59pm
Barbara, you are in my thoughts and prayers. I love you very much. Fred
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Posted at 07:38pm
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Richard Bosler

Posted at 03:29pm
During Luke’s forward decline in health, Luke made it to his 85th Birthday of which both Ed and I shared in a meal prepared by our sister Barb.

Luke often spoke about building his home and recommended for me to use soap to drill into dried wood when installing his grab bars to ease his way to get around the home he built always wanting to stay in place.

Reviewing what St. Luke was the patron saint of, although Luke was not a physician, surgeon, or discussed religion at length, he certainly fulfilled many other attributes identified by his namesake using his hands and knowledge in his own way working on construction, gardening and even refurbishing a foreign vehicle.

During the past few years, the Archdiocese of Detroit has made available the book titled “Rediscovering the Saints”. It not only talks about some of the most famous saints but how we can be a saint in even small ways during our lives. That I am sure Luke fulfilled in certain ways even unknown to us but to God during his time on earth.

It is written that the Gospel of Luke describes a passage referred to as The Parable of the Good Samaritan. With the passing of a family member or friend especially more so towards the end of Luke’s life, no doubt Luke touched many along the way in his own unique way and was even certainly protective of our sister Barb letting her brothers aware that her interests and protection were top priority and at the forefront during Barb’s career and employment travels.

Luke has now made it with all our deceased family and friends to Everlasting Life!

John Clexton

Posted at 11:24am
As a librarian, Luke always tested my skills in knowledge. He frequently taught me things, people, cultures, and words that I never knew. I enjoyed the many days spending discussing topics from his flowers to African tribes to his days at Wayne State. Always never a dull moment. I will cherish those memories. Love to you Barbra. I will miss my friend.

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