In Memory

Luke Edward Hamilton

Luke Edward Hamilton

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04/02/14 08:49 AM #1    

Wes Bell

Sad news.  We classmates are all supposed to live healthily to a ripe old age, right?  This is just way too young.

I haven't seen Luke since high school, but have pleasant memories working on an English project with him.  Gifted artist (don't know if he further developed or used that talent), fun and humorous demeanor.  I saw a lot of potential in Luke.  Always wondered about him.  Rest in peace, brother.  My prayers are with your family and friends.

Wes Bell

04/02/14 02:47 PM #2    

Kathi Fountain (Boss)

Rest in Peace Luke.  Great looking and really nice, we all wanted to go out with you.  But we really liked you.

My prayers go out to your family.  Peace.  


04/02/14 03:14 PM #3    

Karen Kathryn Carter

What happened to Luke? The last time I saw him he owned one of the Blue Haven Pool businesses and was doing and looking wonderful. (That was our twentieth reunion). He used to live across the street from me and down the street from Bob Crowley. I took that shot (in the yearbook) of him throwing the snowball. He was in our yard on Quail Run. .

Please let me know what happened and where I can send condolences to his wife. I was very close to his older brother Robert too. I am heartbroken.. Many people that played a large role in my life have died in the last year. Its getting to be way too much!

04/03/14 10:09 PM #4    

Penny Goodman (Adkerson)

Wow how sad. He was a great guy really sweet.i went out with him a few times.peace and prayers with his family. He always teased me about my accent. Rest in peace good friend.


11/28/14 11:00 AM #5    

Steve Clark (Class Of 71)

Luke was my little brother in the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity in Austin and we were also college roommates for a very short time.  Funny, but I did not know him in high school.  He had such a big personality and a devil may care approach to life that I rarely saw him in a bad mood.  We did quite a bit of partying together during a difficult  transitional period in both our lives and I got to know him fairly well.  I was sorry to have lost track of him after college and felt a pierce to the heart upon learning of his passing.  Luke was a real gregarious, sweetheart of a guy and I was priveleged to know him and his beautiful wife Cathy whom my heart goes out to for her loss.

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