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Lucille Domke
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Lucy Domke, 71, of St. Joseph, went to her heavenly home on
Tuesday, July 30, 2002. A Celebration of Life Service will be
held at 10:00 A.M. Thursday at St. Paul?s Lutheran Church,
Stevensville with Rev. Gerald Schroer officiating. Burial will
follow in Spring Run Cemetery, Scottdale. Friends may call
on Wednesday from 6-8 P.M. at Starks & Menchinger Family
Funeral Home, 2650 Niles Rd., St. Joseph. Memorials may
be made to St. Paul?s Lutheran Church of which she was a
member or Hospice at Home. Those wishing to share a
memory on line may do so at www.starks-menchinger.com.


Lucy was born on January 22, 1931 in St. Joseph to Roy &
Edna (Ott) Lucker. She graduated from Benton Harbor High
School in 1948. On June 6, 1953 she married Chester Domke
in Stevensville. She was employed for many years at V-M
Corporation in Benton Harbor and was an avid bingo player.


Mrs. Domke is survived by two daughters-Georgiann Clayton
of Huntsville, TX; Suzanne Dorgelo of Greensville, SC; her
son-Barry Domke of St. Joseph; four grandchildren-Charlie,
Kenneth, Timothy, & Jennifer; seven great-grandchildren;
three sisters-Luella (Richard) Fausak of Bridgman; Leola
(Raymond) Domke of Sodus; Kathy (Mike) Holaday of
Stevensville; three brothers-Roy Lucker of Lorida, FL; Alvin
(Ruth) Lucker of St. Joseph; Jerry (Alice) Lucker of Sebring,
FL; a sister-in-law-Helen (Charles) Braford of Cohasset, MN;
many nieces, nephews & cousins; and a special friend-Arnold
Nitz of Baroda. She was preceded in death by her parents;
her husband-Chet on September 19, 1993; her son Bill Domke
on June 27, 1977; and a sister LaVern Leng on June 27, 1987.

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