Condolences for Jack Luebbe

Kevin Robke posted on 3/11/20

Jack and Family!! ✌️

 

Kevin Robke posted on 3/11/20

Oh Jack!! Loved you man ✌️! Remember the laughter!

 

Cecilia Schneikart posted on 3/11/20

So sorry for your loss.

 

Jeanne (Scherdin) Schmidt posted on 3/10/20

Lee and family, you are in my thoughts and prayers! I am so sad to hear about the loss of Jack. Man oh man, I can only imagine what he, John, and Hank are doing up in Heaven. May all your great memories of Jack be eternal. Sending you my love from Ohio.

 

Jolene Holthaus posted on 3/10/20

We always looked forward to Uncle Jack and Aunt Lee’s visit. Dad especially, loved seeing them. Dad and Jack shared many qualities, one of the best was their sense of humor. Hope their reunion was amazing, until we meet again! ❤️

 

Mike Alexander posted on 3/10/20

Doug and family, so sorry for your loss! Your dad sounded like a great man and I hope you can find some solace and peace during this difficult time.

 

Carol Kohake posted on 3/10/20

Uncle Jack was always so special. When they came back to Seneca to visit,we were always so excited. Jack and my Dad Norman were the only boys in their family. Dad being the oldest had so many memories when they grew up. Several years ago Jack wrote a “Luebbe” history about the struggles etc. of the depression. I treasure this so much. Jack. Was also my Godfather....I hope you are having the time of your life in heaven Jack!

 

Jim Wacholz posted on 3/10/20

Doug and family, so sorry for your loss. Your dad, Jack, from what I read was a great guy and I'm sure you'll have memories to share for a long time to come. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and you family during this difficult time. Jim and LeeAnn Wacholz

 

Liz Quinn posted on 3/9/20

Dan, Christine, Michael & Joseph, My heart breaks for you as you mourn this tragic loss. May you hold onto the memories with your father/grandfather and remember all the times you spent together, most recently for family Christmas in NC. I know Jack was the patriarch of the Luebbe family & I can’t imagine the hole in your hearts. Hugs, love & prayers to the entire family in the days months, & years to come.

 

Bob Souders posted on 3/9/20

Uncle jack: Absolutely heartbroken with this sad news..You were someone to look up to, and truly one of the authentic good guys which are increasingly more rare. I very much appreciate all the assistance in family genealogy you provided, and I will miss your wonderful sense of humor. You will always be remembered as my mom's terrific kid brother.

 

Mary Schwendinger/ Ed Weaver posted on 3/9/20

Our dear Jack, How we loved him: a gentle giant! Intent listener, soft spoken but when he spoke, you listened. We are in sorrow and send love and care to Lee and family. We will never forget him.