LUCKHAM, Marnie Lee (nee Farren) - lived a wonderful 42 years. She met her husband Richard Allan Luckham at age 18 and fell in love (lust) they married August 29, 1992 and had two beautiful girls on December 1, 1998 Brittany Jenette and Lindsay Jyneen. Marnie fought with tremendous strength, courage and hope for her family over the past few years battling metastatic breast cancer. She passed away with the following people dear to her heart, her father Jim Farren (Betty); sisters Lynn Smijan (Rick) and Debbie Perry (Joe); sisters-in-law Dianne Parvatan (Sylvan), Allana Balesdent (Shawn); Renee Etegan (Alin); brothers-in-law Warren Luckham and Andre Luckham(Erin); father-in-law Allan Luckham (Lucie); mother-in-law Bernice McPhail and her Aunt Alicia Smith. She had four beautiful nieces and nephews on her side of the family Brad Perry, Chauntel Perry, Brandon Smijan and Cole Smijan. Plus five on Richard's side Aaron Lake, Sean Parvatan, Kaylee Molson, and Domonic Etegan. She also leaves behind many other aunts, uncles, cousins and most of all her great friends. “You will be in my heart forever, and hang on to the good fun memories“. The family will receive friends at the GORDON F. TOMPKINS FUNERAL HOME, Township Chapel, 435 Davis Drive (Centennial Drive and Taylor Kidd Blvd) on Thursday, May 10th from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.. Funeral Service will be celebrated in the Chapel on Friday, May 11th at 11 a.m. for a gathering of family and friends, followed by the interment at Glenhaven Memorial Gardens, Glenburnie. After that those that wish are invited to the Sunbury Lions Club, Montreal Street, Sunbury for music, drinks, light lunch and to support those that begin a new chapter in their lives. To honour Marnie's memory, donations can be made to the University Hospitals Kingston Foundation Cancer Clinic. “I passed away with peace of mind that my husband and my children will continue life with many loving family and friends around them“. “I also want to say thank you to all the other people involved with my care over the years, Dr. Mates, Dr. Heather Ostic, nurse Barb McGlade, Dr. Viola, Dr. Parker, everyone that worked for the cancer clinic team, the Cancare nurses, Palliative care team at KGH and St Mary's of the Lake Hospital and the Home Care providers. Bless you for the extra time that you gave me with my family.“ 11319901
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Thinking of you
Posted by Kelly Lawrence(nee Mabee) (Friend) On Wednesday, May 16, 2012
So sorry Richard. I will cherish all the fun times. God Bless you and the girls. They are lucky to have a strong Dad.
Posted by Donna McCarthy ((past co-worker) Rideaucrest) On Tuesday, May 15, 2012
my heart goes out to you and your girls Richard,
there is now another angel in heaven, another star in the sky. May God Bless you.
Thoughts of Marnie and her family
Posted by Pat Daggitt-Bond (old family friend) On Friday, May 11, 2012
It is with great sympathy for a loss so young. My sincerest condolences to Marnie's family and friends. I am so sorry Lynn,Debbie,and Richard and daughters.
Our thoughts and Prayers are with you
Posted by Spero and Cheryl Betas (Friends) On Friday, May 11, 2012
Please accept our deepest sympathies with the loss of Marnie. It seems like only yesterday that you two meet and were married. Richard, cheerish your time that you had with Marnie. She will not be forgotten. She found peace with the Lord; no more suffering. She will watch over you and the girls.
Posted by Bonny Insley (past co-worker) On Thursday, May 10, 2012
I'm so sorry to hear of Marnie passing. Our prayers and love is with you and your family. My god look after you and the girls.