Jerry Wayne Lucas, 74, of New Port Richey, Florida, passed away February 6, 2014. He was born in Charleston, West Virginia & was a chemical operator at E. I. Dupont. Jerry was a U.S. Army veteran of Vietnam and member of Eagles Landing Baptist Church, Port Richey. He is survived by his loving family, his wife of 36 years, Beulah, son, Timothy Lucas (Kim), step children, David Dodd (Angela), Jamie Dorst (Ray) & Timothy Dodd (Marea), two grandchildren, Jessica & Paige Dodd, brothers, Robert, Frank & Harry and his loving dog, Mandy Mae. He is preceded in death by a brother, Fred & a sister, Geneva McCormick. A memorial service will be conducted, Saturday, 2 PM, at Michels & Lundquist Funeral Home.
Although apart for many years, we've never missed exchanging Christmas Cards. That always meant to us a way to say hello family, we miss you, we are thinking of you, and your always in our hearts. Please take and keep that same thought with you on your new journey.
When you get there, tell the rest of our Bibby Street family hello for us.
Terry & Connie Lucas
We will certainly miss you here. The conversations, reflecting back on 61 years of memories, "those Mountaineers," jokes and life.
Thank you so very much for letting me still be your s-i-l.
My deepest sympathy, love, and God's Blessings to you and your family.
I have fond memories of you & Dad.. I wish we could have kept in touch and visited often, but memories is all I have. I know Dad(Harry Lucas) misses you greatly and wanted in the worst way to be able to come and see you. Aunt Bea, I miss you and I will call and try to keep in touch better. To the rest of the family I would like to get in touch with all of you please look me up on Facebook and we can get in touch or email me. Facebook contact Melissa Lucas Belcher or email Melissa.Belcher@ymail.com.
I will treasure the last 37 years of my life and all the wonderful memories you have left me with. I know that God sent you to me and now I have to give you back which is the hardest thing I have ever had to do. You were part of me, we were, your famous saying "two peas in a pod", always together. Since God gave me this beautiful gift, I am sure he will take care of you and will give me the courage and strength to start this journey without my Jerry. Your loving wife-