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In the early morning hours on January 7, 2023, Beverly Jeanne Luke passed away peacefully at age 82 in Salt Lake City, Utah after a brief illness. Beverly was the loving mother of four children and their spouses, grandmother of nine, and spouse to Noel Dillon Luke who passed away in 2017.
Beverly was an exceptional wife and mother, dedicating her life to her family and her faith. She was known for her quick wit, upbeat energy, and a “get things done” attitude. She was a wonderful cook and loved to look after her friends, guests, and family. She was active in many leadership roles, church callings and organizations throughout her life, and always left things better than when she found them.
Beverly is survived by her daughters Tiffany Luke-Jones (SIL Justin Jones) and Belinda Lenhard (SIL Adam Lenhard), and her sons Quinn Luke (DIL Lisa Levine) and Justin Luke (DIL Gabriela Alford Daniel). She also leaves behind her grandchildren- Parker Jones, Maxwell Jones, Cambria Jones, Kennedy Lenhard, Noah Lenhard, Elliot Lenhard, Bentley Lenhard, Hudson Luke, and Ysa Luke.
Family and friends are invited to celebrate Beverly through memorial services held at Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84111.
1/13/23- Viewing from 6-8:00 pm
1/14/23- Viewing from 12:30-2:00 pm
Funeral from 2:00- 3:00 pm
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Your Dad was our bishop when we lived in Houston. Neat man.
Your Mom was my angel. She watched over me and my children as my marriage fell apart. I’m blessed to have found her obituary as I live in North Ogden and just started taking the Deseret News.
I’m sure you all know what a great lady she was.
Kathy Cook and children
Justin, Sara, Nathan, Aaron, Kevin, Ashley
Our prayers are with the Luke family at this tender time. May the sweet memories of Beverly bring you comfort and peace. We loved Beverly and will miss her kindness and thoughtfulness.
Beverly was one of the sweetest, most thoughtful, kindest and most generous, ladies in the ward. Thank you for sharing her with us!!!!
We were shocked to read of Beverly's passing in the Deseret News. I spoke by phone to Beverly in December and asked how she was doing, and she said fine, so she must have gone downhill very fast. We were good friends in the Sugar Land ward where Luke served as Bishop. Joan served as Luke's Relief Society President. I succeeded Luke as Bishop of the Sugar Land ward, which later was split into Sugar Land First and Sugar Land Second wards. Luke and I both worked for Texaco, in different departments, but we often talked about upcoming retirements and benefits. We knew the four children quite well, especially the oldest Tiffany. We send our deepest condolences on Beverly's sudden passing. Luke will be once again happy to have his eternal companion at his side.
Russell & Joan Gray, Provo, Utah
It was wonderful getting to know you. You have served well.
Beautiful service. Love seeing you guys you totally totally honored your mom great job he was a beautiful woman and we loved her so much and will definitely be missed.
I just sent her a message today in Messenger, sharing a good news. Then, I decided to see her posts in FB and I saw this announcement. I am so sad. I love Sister Luke. She was the most go-getter and organized missionary I had in the Employment Resource Center in Cebu City, Philippines.
She was also one of the kindest and caring persons I know in the whole universe.
Sister Luke, please hug Elder Luke for me in heaven. I love you both!!!
'Til we meet again.