Kimberly Lukes Obituary, Kimberly Lukes Has Passed Away

Kimberly Lukes Obituary, Death – Ms. Kimberly Lukes, formerly of Saukville and Thiensville, died unexpectedly in Plymouth on Monday, January 2, 2023. Kimberly’s final act was to give the gift of life to others through organ donation. Kim Lukes grew up in Saukville and Thiensville before attending Homestead High School and graduating in 2004. On March 10, 1986, she was born in Milwaukee to parents David Lukes and Julie (nee Parkinson) Lukes. She continued her education at Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC), where she majored in Veterinary Technology.

Kim used to enjoy horseback riding when she was younger. When Abracadabra, a quarter horse, was a foal, she began training him. They competed in three disciplines: English, Hunter/Jumper, and Dressage, in that order. She recently assisted with horse exercise at a nearby stable. Kim had a strong and abiding affection for all animals. She was obsessed with frogs and dogs, and she once considered adopting a skunk as a pet. Her musical tastes were diverse, and she preferred music based on the lyrics and how they made her feel rather than the genre.

She had a wide range of musical tastes. Poetry was another one of her passions. Ms. Lukes was a movie buff, particularly of psychological thrillers, and she knew every episode of “I Survived” by heart. Kim’s first priority was her family, particularly her children. Kimberly used to work at Kwik-Trip and Walmart in Plymouth, and she liked her coworkers and the sense of community they provided. Juliana and Oliver Lukes, David and Julie Lukes, William (Erica) Schultz, Stacy (Mark) Didier, and Sarah (Danny) Cox are among those who will carry on her legacy and pay tribute to her memory.

Audrey Pintor, her grandmother, godparents Neil and Diana Krumenauer, and other family and friends survive her. Morgan, Spencer, Trevin Schultz, Payton, and Parker Didier, Avery, Addilyn, DJ, and Nova Cox are among her nieces and nephews. Other family members and friends also survive her. Her paternal grandfather, Donald Lukes, and maternal grandparents, William and Josephine Parkinson, died before she was born. Private funeral services were held for the family.

Donations should be made to the family for the funds to continue Kim’s children’s care and education. The family would like to thank the staff at St. Nicholas Emergency Room, Orange Cross Paramedics, Froedtert Surgical Intensive Care Unit staff, and Versity for their compassion and care.


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