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Courtney C. Lubbes

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Today I checked my email and got the notice that dad's anniversary of his passing is in 2 days. Right then, Sean brought me in a blue feather he had just found. Thank you Blue Wing for looking after us and being there with dad and keeping us in touch with dad. You meant a lot to him. And dad, we are missing you as always. I know you are playing your violin for someone else now and can play tennis and golf and do all the things you had to give up. Love you dad.


Posted by: Susan Casserley - Kansas City, MO - smmellott@gmail.com   Aug 26, 2015

Just reading my old blog page about dad and thinking of him. Blue Wing excels at getting us good parking places. Thanks, Blue Wing! Hope you are having fun and playing your music and entertaining everyone, dad.


Posted by: susan casserley - kansas city, MO - daughter   Jul 29, 2014

Thinking of you, dad, at Christmastime and always. Love, Susie


Posted by: Susan Mellott - fort wayne, IN - daughter   Dec 17, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving, Dad! Thinking of you. Love, Susie


Posted by: Susan Mellott    Nov 26, 2009

I hadn't thought of your father for many years, but I recall him fondly. In the early 80's he and I played on an instructional 4some at the Wildwood Racquet Club on the southwest side of Fort Wayne. He was older than us young pups but he was always hustling around the court and quick with a joke. He definitely was a character and enjoyed life to the fullest! Here's to a great life. Thanks for the memories, Courtney!


Posted by: Jim Want    Nov 07, 2009

Thank you everyone for such nice words about dad. This is a link to pictures of dad and family:
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Susie (his daughter)


Posted by: Susan Mellott    Nov 07, 2009

I so sorry to hear of Uncle Courtney's passing. I just found out yesterday. I haven't seen him for a long time. I am Neal Lubbes'daughter. Uncle Courtney came to visit my father when I was in high school and again when dad got really sick I called Uncle Courtney several years ago when I was at a crossroad in my life.We talked for quite awhile.I always remember his friendliness and he made me feel like family. He will be missed dearly. Please e-mail me if you get the chance. Take care. rosie lubbes


Posted by: Rosie Lubbes - North Beach, MD   Nov 06, 2009

Susie and Jill, I remember your dad with fondness. From a former babysitter, back when you were young enough to need one, and I was young enough to do that.


Posted by: Yvonne Stam - Fort Wayne, IN   Oct 27, 2009

The world has lost a precious gem with Uncle Court's passing. My mother and he were always very close. Court use to tell me that people always thought they were twins when they were children. I will always remember him as loving, kind, and vivacious. He could always make me smile. Uncle Courtney loved to play his fiddle and I know that he is playing beautiful music in heaven now.


Posted by: Erin (Turner) Macaluso - Mission Viejo, CA   Oct 20, 2009

For several years, Courtney played his violin at Good Shepherd for worship services. It was always a pleasure to have him share his love of music and his Christian faith through a simple and elegant hymn presentation. May God bless you during this time of loss.


Posted by: Dennis Campbell - Fort Wayne, IN   Sep 14, 2009