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Craig E. Luce

Born: Sat., Aug. 9, 1958
Died: Wed., Jan. 22, 2020


Services are to be announced


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Stevensville - Craig E. Luce of Stevensville, MT passed away peacefully in his home on January 22nd 2020 at the age of 61 after a long battle with Scleroderma. Born August 9th 1958 in Lynnwood, CA. Craig grew up and spent the majority of his life in California. Primarily in Morro Bay and around San Luis Obispo County. Craig was a loving husband and father. He enjoyed fishing, surfing, hiking, baseball, cooking, and trips to Laughlin, NV and various other out door activities. He worked as a masonry contractor for the majority of his life as well as a Chef and he worked on off shore oil rigs. He coached little league baseball for many years in Los Osos, CA before moving away from California to Arizona and finally Montana. He was an active member of the Moose Lodge in Paso Robles for many years, and Knights of Columbus in Stevensville. He is preceded in death by his Father Robert Luce, his Grandmother Harriet “Gaga” Luce, and his beloved dog, Elliott. He is survived by his loving wife Tawnya Luce, his son Gage Luce, his mother Barbara Thorne, daughter Jaslyn Hume, 2 Grandchildren Kaydence and Tristan, brother Robert Luce, sister Dana Larkin, brother Gary Luce, his Father in Law George Biddle, and step son Tyler Lee. A Celebration of Life will be organized and friends and family available to attend will be notified. 

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Skip and Lynda Chelotti
   Posted Thu January 23, 2020
We will truly miss our friend Craig. He was the nicest guy and fun to be around. We spent many a day with him and Tawnya, holiday celebrations, fishing, barbecuing and just hanging out. We know that he is truly at peace now and will be fishing at his hearts consent.

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