Melva Luker Obituary, Death – She died away on November 29th, in the 93rd year of her life, with her family at her side and without having to experience any discomfort or suffering in any manner. Her devoted husband of 67 years, Sam Luker, her daughters Judy Massey (Dave) and Jana Luker (Bob Johnston), her grandchildren Emma Luker (Jason Asnis), Kai Luker, Christopher and Brett Massey, and her great-grandchildren Hudson and Lennox Massey, as well as her many nephews and nieces, will miss her very much.
She passed away on April 15, 2019. The 15th of April 2019 was the day she went away. The date she left was the 15th of April in 2019, which was also the month. Melva spent her upbringing on Midland’s Fifth Street, which is the city’s main thoroughfare. She was well-known not only for her amazing athletic skill but also for the gentle and compassionate manner in which she carried herself. Her athletic prowess was only one of her many well-known attributes.
When I was a nurse at St. Andrew’s Hospital in Midland, St. Joseph’s Hospital in London, and Camp Kitchikewana, it was of the utmost importance that I showed compassion to the patients that I cared for. It was also of the utmost importance that I showed compassion to my coworkers. She never held back from flashing her gorgeous smile, and as a direct result, everyone who shared the same space with her was filled with joy and laughter. She was an infectiously positive presence.
Melva was able to spend her final days at Hillcrest Village in the utmost comfort and with the highest level of medical attention thanks to the extraordinary staff there. Her family would like to extend their most sincere gratitude to those individuals for making this possible for Melva. I am at a loss for words to adequately convey how much I appreciate everything you have done.
In the coming spring, there will be a get-together that is going to be called a Celebration of Life, and it will be held to honor Melva’s life as well as the legacy that she has left behind. We would appreciate it if, in lieu of sending flowers, you would consider making a donation to one of the following organizations: Camp Kitchikewana Bimbombay Memorial Fund Hospice Huronia Hospice Muskoka Camp Kitchikewana Bimbombay Memorial Fund On December 3, 2022, the Guelph Mercury Tribune made the item available in the public domain by releasing it to the public.