March 17, 1954 ~ March 29, 2022

Born in: Chicago, Illinois
Resided in: Pueblo West, Colorado

Charles W. Luckey, 68, passed away on Tuesday, March 29th, 2022. He is survived by his mother, Ann Marzano Luckey; Children, Charles D. Luckey, Shane (Maranda) Luckey and Amber (James) Kelsey; Grandchildren, Arianna Kelsey, Ella Kelsey, Inara Luckey, Evelynn Nichols, Elizabeth Nichols and Leland Nichols; Loved ones, Evey and Dave Davis, Janean Wheeler, Adam Messer, Jason Messer, Robin Grice and James Grice.

He was preceded in death by his father, Dean Luckey; Aunts, Dorthy Fung and Eleanore Young; Grandma Athleen Luckey-Strong; Uncle Harry Luckey; and Dave and Marilyn Messer.

Charles was born to Dean and Ann Luckey on March 17, 1954, in Chicago, Ill. He moved to Colorado in 1993 with his wife Robin, 3 kids and their best friends Dave and Marilyn as well as their 3 children where they Started Dream Star Ranch. He was also the proud owner of Tobacco Corner with his son Shane Luckey.

He enjoyed fishing, golf, fine dining, naps and being with family. Charles was an avid explorer, who liked Canadian trips, science fiction, cooking, starting businesses, gambling, buffet food, bbq’s, scratch tickets and playing pinochle.

At his request, no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. A service will be announced at a later time. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

 

 

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  1. CandleImageMy deepest condolences to your family. I never had the honor of meeting you but it sounds like you were a wonderful father and grandfather you truly loved your family. I do know Shane & Miranda and Chuck. You did a wonderful job with your sons they are amazing men. Rest easy God bless.

  2. CandleImageThank you for being sure a great Dad to our son. I am keeping all of your family in my prayers. Rest In Peace Chuck.

  3. CandleImageI saw posts that your daughter, Amber, tagged you in. You resembled my dad at how you loved your kids and grandkids. I offer my condolences and prayers to all of your family. Your smile is infectious by pictures I have seen Amber share. Rest In Peace, Mr. Luckey

  4. CandleImageI don’t even know where to begin. There are so many memories there’s so much laughter that was shared. I have to say the most memorable memory was when my dad was shot and was laying in a hospital bed and I just wanted some sense of normalcy. You told me family sticks together, pack my stuff I can share room with Amber I’m living with you guys until my dad comes home. You were always our voice of reason and the shoulder to cry on with warm hug when we needed it. Then I grew up has children of my own. We would come come see you at the store and the kids would leave with a sugar high. Despite my objections you said” they grow up so fast, don’t let everyday life rob you of simple memories.” Now I live a crazy out of control life and I wouldn’t have it another way

  5. CandleImageWhile our memories started later in life, I am so grateful that we reconnected. I will miss our calls and your stories about our family. You were an amazing, loving father. You will be missed more than you will know. We were all so bery blessed to have you in our lives. Until we meet again. I love you.

  6. CandleImageChuck such great childhood memories. Amazing memories of you and Robin. So happy we got to come for a visit and reconnect with you and your Family. So wonderful to see the love between you and your kids and your grandchildren ❤️

  7. CandleImageHis greatness couldn’t be contained…. So God decided he would be better use with him!! Love you Chuck!

  8. CandleImageI love you daddy! You were the best dad anyone could ever wish for. You helped me with sports growing up and were always the dad to anyone who needed one. You were always there for me no matter what happened in life. You loved unconditionally. You’re grand babies were everything to you and you were everything to them. Life will never be the same without you…..EVER. I LOVE YOU!!!💙💙💙

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