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Lucien “Luke” Letourneau

December 04, 2022

Lucien “Luke” Letourneau passed away early Sunday Morning on the 4th of December, 2022. He was born in August 1932 to Louis Letourneau and Virginia Dion in Quebec City, PQ, Canada.

He and his lifelong love and wife, Lucille moved to Florida in the early 1960’s with their two very young children, Lynda and Langis. They raised their family in the Daytona Beach area. They retired to Pompano Beach and most recently he moved to the Sebastian area where he lived most of the year with his son and daughter in law. He spent part of the summers in western North Carolina with his daughter and grandchildren.

Luke and Lucille worked hard together to provide a good home and life for their family. They bought and sold multiple businesses, primarily in the service and tourist industry. (Multiple trailer parks, motels, apartment buildings, hot dog stands, grocery stores and one with a small diner). Lucien was a musician, a composer and a performer. He and Lucille both LOVED the performance arts. Prior to getting married Lucien had a composition called “Un Petit coin Dans tons Couer Souffirait” which made it to the French-Canadian equivalent of a Hit Parade in the 1950’s. It was sung by Murielle Millard, who was quite popular in that time period. He always played piano whenever the opportunity arose and was known as the life of the party to many of his friends and family. It brought Lucien/Luke much joy to share his love of music and even more so to make others happy. He truly had a J’oie de Vivre that he shared easily.

Lucien was predeceased by his beloved wife, Lucille in 2014. He is the last of his generation in his family. He was predeceased by his 6 sisters, Blanche, Janet, Terese, Gilberte, Rita and Yvette, and 1 brother, Roland as well as his parents.

He is survived by his daughter, Lynda Yvonne Letourneau and her partner, John Orr, grandchildren, Daniel Wheeler and his wife, Sonja and great grandchildren, AvaLynn and Fox Luke, and grandson, Dylan Wheeler; son, Langis Letourneau and his wife, Dawn Saunders Letourneau, step grandchildren, Keli Saunders, Travis Saunders and his wife, Kati and their son, Cole.

A service will be held in Ashville at a later date. Please leave a message below if you’d like to be contacted with service details.


Michelle Smith

December 21, 2022, 11:48 pm

Many blessings to you and the entire family. Luke had a vibrant spirit, and was loved by all! Much love to you!❤️

Doris Brulotte

December 22, 2022, 12:26 am

Dear Lynda and Langis,

My deepest condolences to you both and your families. Lucien was an endearing uncle, with a lot of joie de vivre. His laughter and good humor are etched in my heart. You were wonderful children for your father. Affectionately.

Doris Brulotte

Linda Macfarlane

December 22, 2022, 8:56 am

Dear Lynda and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Beautiful tribute and photos of him.

Gaetan Roy, son of Gilberte Letourneau.

December 22, 2022, 1:36 pm

Luke been my Uncle from my mother’s brother. He was the only one left in the Letourneau’s family. I went couple times in Daytona and Pompano to visit them. He was always nice, busy and free…
I hope I’ll live as old as he was…
Nice to know Him..
Rest in Peace Uncle Luke.

Jackson King

December 23, 2022, 9:55 am

I will always remember Luke as an endearing and joyful man. My condolences to all of his loved ones.
May his soul rest in peace and may his Memory be Eternal.

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