Born On: June 03, 1954

Passed On: November 26, 2018

Steven Michael Luurs

Steven Michael Luurs, age 64 was born on June 3, 1954 in Muskegon to the late Rudolph and Beverly (Hilliard) Luurs and passed away on November 26, 2018. Steve is survived by his children, Jacob (Andrea) Luurs, Megan (John) Luurs; grandson, Kirk; siblings, Laurin (Debby) Luurs, Bill Luurs, and Linda Kae Cimadori.  Also surviving are several friends of Steve from the Amateur Radio Club of Muskegon, the Plymouth Owners Club and GTE/Verizon where he had retired. Steve loved spending time with his family and especially rides along the lakeshore in his 1974 Corvette or his Plymouth Prowler. According to his wish’s cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Life Gathering will be held on Saturday, December 1, 2018 from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. at Shoreline Memorial Services Whitehall Chapel, 816 S. Mears Ave. Whitehall, Michigan 49461  In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be directed to the American Red Cross.

Arrangements by Shoreline Memorial Services–Whitehall Chapel (231)-893-5300

Celebration of Life Gathering Information


Shoreline Memorial Services--Whitehall Chapel
816 South Mears Ave. Whitehall, Michigan 49461
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Date: Saturday, December 01, 2018
Time: 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM

15 thoughts on “Steven Michael Luurs

  1. Gerald T Place KD8RFO

    Steve was a very gentle man. He loved working with all that knew him. My thoughts and prayers for the family are sent as I remember him. Rest in Peace my friend and God Speed.
    I will see you again in the great clubhouse on high.

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    1. Corey Holstine (KE8BYM)

      Met Steve as a Ham. Always had a pleasure talking with him when out in the community or at amateur radio events or at our pizza gatherings in Whitehall on Fridays for lunch!

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  2. Charles (Burt) Jackson

    Mike was an important part of my life, as he met with our Saturday morning coffee group at The Book Nook since 2012. He was a great comfort to me when I lost my wife, Christal, to cancer last July. He was always great to be with and he will be missed. My best wishes to family and be comforted that his life was a life well lived and a blessing to family and all those who knew him.

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  3. Brad King

    Sorry to learn of Steves passing. He was a good friend from funeral service and amateur
    Radio. We will miss him.

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  4. Maya Stamper Rademaker

    My thoughts are with his family at this time of loss …. Steve and I had many conversations of my dads younger years 😉 He was a genuine man gone to early …. you will be missed!!!!!!

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  5. Nick (Scott) Dakins

    the loss of my best friend of over a half of a century leaves me empty but also blessed for all the times we had together. the projects we worked on together, the Star Trek we watched and the life long friendship we shared.

    beam him up with love and tenderness

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  6. Pamela Fitzsimmons

    Captian’s Log: 26 November 2018
    This is the voyage of the Starship Luurs
    His 64 year mission was to explore life, learn to love and raise a family. Now with his mission completed, it is up to you, Jacob and Megan, to continue living your lives with your Dad in your hearts. He loves you now, he always has and always will. Listen with your heart and he will speak to you.

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  7. Eric and Chris Scanson

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to Mike’s (Steve’s) family. So sorry to hear of his loss.
    His memories will live on in my husband’s (Eric Scanson) and my (Chris) heart.
    God has him now and he is definitely watching over his loved ones. RIP

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  8. Ray Schneider

    I’ve always known him as Steve since our school days. We worked together at GTE/Verizon. Then we worked together at Clock’s funeral home. I had just talked with him a couple weeks ago. What a shocker. Prayers to family.

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  9. Bob Buwalda

    I called and and spoke with Mike on THanksgiving. We had a pleasant chat as old friends do and now this. My condolences to the family

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  10. Susan Cribley

    My heart goes out to the Luurs family. Mike was such a gentle and kind spirit. Til we meet again, rest in peace.

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  11. Nancy Brufladt Postema

    Wow! What a shock I’ve known Steve quite a while,fun caring guy. Always made my day when I would see him. So sorry for the loss to his family. Hugs and prayers being sent.

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  12. Gail Treptow Crane

    My Sincere Condolences.. Wow, What A Belly Ache… We went to school together (Steve, Whitehall) Myself Montague, We Worked Together A Clocks For Years, Went To Church Together… What A Buddy.. Loved Him.. Prayers, God Bless

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