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Timothy Dale Lukassen

 

November 12, 2020

Timothy Dale Lukassen of Dix, Nebraska passed away October 26, 2020, from COVID-19 complications. He was born October 25, 1953 in Kimball.

Tim loved horses and was the Horseman of the Year at the Abbey, Cañon City. CO. He earned his college degree in Curtis, NE. Tim served many years on the Potter-Dix school board and was involved in the 1987 merger.

Tim and Debbie owned and farmed the Lukassen Homestead just east of Dix from 1976 to now. Numerous family and friends completed his harvest this year. Surely, he was looking down from heaven with an ear-to-ear grin, filled with love and pride. He also drove his own semi, hauling agriculture products.

A man of many talents, Tim will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.

He leaves behind his wife Debbie, two daughters Mandy (James) McCoy of Ainsworth, Neb., Kacey (Mark) Wandrey of Omaha, Neb., two stepdaughters Erica Allen of Kimball, Neb., Jen (Erik) Johnston of Scottsbluff, Neb. Four loving grandchildren, Skylar and Maddie Johnston, Lillian and Reid Wandrey. Siblings, Cindy (John) Ehmke, Canon City, Colo., Steve (Peg), Guffey, Colo., Conney (John) Palmer, Alamosa, Colo., Vaughn (Terri), Kimball, Neb., Callen (Lynda, deceased), Greeley, Colo., Bart (Sam), Canon City, Colo., Curt (Karen), Cotopaxi, Colo., Evan, Gunnison, Colo., numerous nieces and nephews, and stepmother, Arvilla, Pueblo West, Colo. 

No arrangements at this time.

 

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