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Updated 8/25/23

LeRoy Lucas
 June 17, 1946 ~ August 18, 2023

LeRoy Lucas, age 77 of St. Charles, Missouri, was called to his heavenly home on August 18, 2023. He was born on June 17, 1946 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, the oldest of two children of Mervin and Emily M. Lucas, brother Joe Lucas. LeRoy graduated from Jefferson High School, Cedar Rapids, IA on June 5, 1964 and went to IEU in Des Moines, IA graduating with an Electronics Certificate in August 1966.

LeRoy married Emily L. Lucas (Van Wyk) on August 16, 1966 in Pella, IA at the First Reform Church. LeRoy and Emily moved from Iowa to Missouri in 1966, where he took a job with McDonnell Douglas. They were blessed with four children (Richard, Ron, Ryan & Gina). LeRoy retired from Walmart in St. Charles after serving there for 32 years. LeRoy enjoyed several hobbies, including electric trains, corvette models, photography, bike riding and square dancing. Above all, he loved his family and spending time with them, especially his and Emily's eight grandchildren.

LeRoy is survived by his beautiful wife Emily, four children, Richard of St. Charles, Ron (Alicia) of St. Charles, Ryan (Eun Jeong) of Wildwood & Gina (Gary) Harbison of Smithton, IL; eight grandchildren, Cole Lucas, Dru Lucas, Nathen Lucas, Nathalee Lucas, Bryon Harbison, Nyla Lucas, Bryce Harbison and Gretta Harbison, one brother Joe Lucas. Uncle, cousin and a friend to many.

Visitation, on August 25, 2023 at First St. Charles United Methodist Church, 801 First Capitol Drive, St. Charles,, Missouri.  Service, on August 25, 2023 at 10:00 AM.

Burial will follow in the Village of Smithton Cemetery, in Smithton Illinois. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations are preferred to the First St. Charles United Methodist Church.