Colleen Luckey

Colleen Luckey, age 58, of Berwyn, beloved wife of Jim Lyman; loving daughter of Angela Luckey, nee Dadabo and the late Edward Luckey; dear sister of Kathy (the late Larry) Freeman, Patrick (Linda) Luckey and Chris (Doug) Davila; aunt of Shawn (Kelli), Sara (Derek), Beth (Mike), Steven, Ryan and Ethan; great aunt of Maddy, Jackie and Charlie; godmother of Dean; dear friend to many.

Colleen was the former owner of Brookfield Jewelers.

Visitation Friday, March 22, 2019 from 3 P.M. to 9 P.M. with a service at 8 P.M. at Hitzeman Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 9445 W. 31st Street, Brookfield, IL  60513.

Interment Private.

Memorials appreciated to the Shriners Hospitals for Children, 2900 North Rocky Point Drive, Tampa, FL 33607.

Information 708-485-2000 or www.HitzemanFuneral.com

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  1. Jo Ellen Kowalski condolence:

    Beloved Colleen, You are a bright light that has now gone out of our life but only for a little while! One day we will all be together with God and there will be no more pain, no more tears and no more goodbyes – until then Dearest Friend and Sister in Christ pray for us as our work here still has to be done and without you it will be harder so pray for us as we pray for you until we meet again! Love you always and forever! Jo Ellen/Sal and Wife Of Master And Commander Jerome! ❤️


  2. Denise Oros condolence:

    One of the finest “hearts” in our industry. A passionate professional who understood the business and the imperative importance of customer care. The Jewelry Industry of the Chicago Suburbs has lost a veteran and iis therefore diminished by her void!
    Our heartfelt condolences to her friends and grieving family, may memories of her brilliant smile and easy laugh bring you comfort in the days ahead.

    The crew at Linnea Jewelers


  3. Michelle Luckey Wozniak condolence:

    My deepest sympathy to your entire family. We are also heartbroken. We loved Colleen and will miss our sweet Cousin dearly. May she rest in peace.


  4. Midge Ruhl condolence:

    I am beyond deeply saddened upon the loss of Colleen. She was loved by so many of us, for the many roles she fulfilled in all of our lives – As her friend, I will greatly and sadly miss her. She was the gentlest and kindest of souls……my deepest sympathies go out to her entire family. And now our world has become a very sad place without her.


  5. Lynn Spiezio condolence:

    I went to IHM with Colleen and just recently reconnected with her on Facebook. She was a bridesmaid in my wedding. She never even told me she was sick! RIP. Surely an angel in heaven now as she was here on earth.


  6. Diane Mancini condolence:

    My thoughts and prayers go out to her family she was a sweet girl. Never a mean word about anybody.


  7. Shelly Guzeldereli condolence:

    Heartfelt Sympathy to Colleen’s family.
    She was a pleasure to do business with and will be missed .RIP


  8. Tommy Schoenfeld condolence:

    Regardless of who they were, it’s most often written of persons upon their passing,as to how wonderful they were. Colleen was the exception, as she truly was that most wonderful person in life. The kindest most fun loving soul I knew. Seemed like we didn’t skip a beat, between my annual July visits into Brookfield. Rest easy my friend. I Love & shall miss you very much.


  9. BARBARA SAVOY condolence:

    Dear Family!
    Words cannot express how sad I am.
    Colleen was the most kind and good person I’ve ever known. It is so hard to believe that She is not with us anymore…
    I am very sorry for your loss.


  10. Joanne Dedowicz condolence:

    Our deepest condolences to the entire Lucky family. We grew up with Colleen at St Mary of Celle, in Gi
    rl Scouts and IHM. A beautiful woman gone too soon.


  11. Amanda Browning condolence:

    I am so sorry to hear this. Thinking of family and friends during this difficult time.


  12. sandy kieras condolence:

    I am so sadden by the loss of one of my childhood friends that I consider a sister to me. My memories of our grade school sleep overs, hanging out playing games, and my welcome into your family excursions, will always be embedded in my mind. As we grew older, and busier with life, you always were there at the jewelry store where I could stop by for a visit and catch up . A laugh about old times, a kind and lending ear, and a comforting feeling about being around family.I will miss you my sister. I’m sorry I could not be there for you when you needed someone. My heart felt sympathy to your family. A loving, intelligent, soft spoken women, who
    cared about everyone. You will truly be missed. Thank you for blessing my life with your friendship.XOXO


  13. Marsha Thomas condolence:

    Offering deepest Condolences to Jim and the Luckey Family. Brookfield Jewelers was the one place I could come to everytime I returned home to see my friend Colleen, sip something, laugh and catch up! This news makes my heart ache….I tried finding her via FB just a month ago. She was always a sweetheart and so generous. I look at my jewelry and think of all the gifts bought – since IHM days. Had so hoped to have seen her at our 40 Class ReunionGirlfriend…Dang!!


  14. Marsha Thomas condolence:

    Offering deepest Condolences to Jim and the Luckey Family. Brookfield Jewelers was the one place I could come to everytime I returned home to see my friend Colleen, sip something, laugh and catch up! This news makes my heart ache….I tried finding her via FB just a month+ ago. She was always a sweetheart and so generous. I look at my jewelry and think of all the gifts bought since IHM days. Had so hoped to have seen her at our 40 Class Reunion. Praying for the repose of her soul. Girlfriend…Dang!!


  15. Gemma Cook condolence:

    My deepest condolences to you all during this sad time. Colleen will be missed dearly. She was loved by many.


  16. Barbara ligeikis condolence:

    I’m so saddened by Colleen’s passing. I’ve gotten to know her since she owned the jewelry store. Known her since the early 80s. She will be missed. I always looked forward to coming in and seeing her beautiful smiling face and friendliness. She will be missed. RIP Colleen. God Bless.


  17. Deborah (Clemmons) Weaver condolence:

    Was so very sorry to hear of Colleen’s passing. We attended IHM together and while I did not know her well, but I remember she always had a smile on her face! I wish her peace and send condolences to her loved ones.


  18. Ronnie Jarett condolence:

    I am so saddened by this news. May you and the family know of her peace. She always had a sparkle in her eyes and a lovely smile. So many people were blessed by her friendliness. She will be missed by all.


  19. Judy Hlavaty condolence:

    Very sorry to hear Colleen passed. An OUTSTANDING person. Always willing to help,a lot of fun @ gatherings. She will be greatly missed. God Bless her & hold her in the palm of his hand.


  20. Kathy Kozar condolence:

    Deepest condolences to my cousin Colleen’s husband Jim and to the entire Luckey family. My heart aches for the loss of such a good soul, will miss her dearly. Rest in peace dear Colleen.


  21. Paula LaBarbera condolence:

    Condolences to Colleen’s family and friends, and to all the lives she touched through her business. Colleen was a major part of my Brookfield years. She watched my son grow up, as I brought him into the store from the time he was a baby until he was a young man, looking for a gift for me. She always found the perfect gift that matched his budget. I’ll never forget her kindness, her wisdom, and how much I enjoyed our chats, which extended long beyond my picking up whatever I had dropped off for repair, or longer than stopping by the shop. Before I moved, she reset my mom’s engagement ring for me and we both were in awe of it when I picked it up. Colleen was one of the people I wished I could pack up with me when I moved out of state. I am so sad hearing this news. She really was a treasure and such a kind soul.


  22. Cathy Gischlar condolence:

    Colleen was such a lovely person. I enjoyed many chats with her while browsing the jewelry she created. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.


  23. Marsha Gonzalez & Family condolence:

    COLLEEN <3 always and eternally forever, will bring a warmth to our hearts in just hearing her name or thinking of her ~ as her twinkly smile and nature instantly had that power to those around her. Her giggle and friendship is already deeply missed as I've been trying to wrap my mind around her passing. Proud to be amongst the Blessed friendships this beautiful soul was to so many <3 a gem to us all! With our prayers and condolences to her family and adoring husband Jim, for the sudden loss.


  24. Daria Ruffolo condolence:

    I have known Colleen thru my dear friend Nancy Silva and she in turn became a dear friend. I was in her store on Saturday and as usual smiling, joyful and always a pleasure to spend time with. Her bright light has dimmed on earth but continues in our memories. My thoughts and prayers to her family and praying they know the peace that passes all human understanding.


  25. Nancy Silva condolence:

    Colleen was such a beautiful person, we met years ago when our moms became friends at work. She was a treasure, a wonderful person so nice so full of life. she was a wonderful daughter and sister too. The Silva family offer our condolences and our heart felt loss of such a beautiful person.


  26. william brandt condolence:

    A great friend and great business woman Condolences to her family. A wonderful person who will always be in our hearts


  27. Cynthia & Bob Kos condolence:

    Colleen was so very nice, warm, and welcoming when we went to the jewelry sore. So very helpful when my son was 3 he had a Thomas the Tank Engine watch it needed a new battery. We walked over to the store and she replaced it for us and wouldn’t take any money for the battery. I will miss seeing her and talking with her.She will be missed by so many. Our sincere sympathy to the family. Cynthia


  28. Janet Broussard, Nancy Doran, Sasuta Family condolence:

    We are saddened to hear about Colleen’s passing. She was always so helpful and friendly to us at the jewelry store and always asked us about the Sasuta family, Nick and Mary. We recently last saw her at our Fathers wake, Nick Sasuta in February.

    Your family is in our prayers


  29. Lisa Doucette (Wood) condolence:

    Dear Aunt Angela, I am so sorry to hear this sad news. My heart goes out to you and your family at this devastating time.

    With deepest condolences, Lisa Doucette (Wood) Vancouver, Canada


  30. Karen Koncel condolence:

    I am so deeply saddened to see. Colleen was someone who cared about everybody who came to know her. She was a wonderful lady and always had time to listen to everything I would tell her, whether it was important or trivial. I will always remember her lovely smile and her ability to get me to laugh, even in the saddest of times. She will be sorely missed! Sending my heartfelt sympathies to her husband and her family. Colleen, like myself was a huge Cubs Fan! Luckily we shared great memories of 2016! RIP, Colleen! Nobody will ever replace you!


  31. MILDRED (Millie) MENDEL condolence:

    My deepest sympathy to Colleen’s family.
    I frequented the jewelry store and always had a good relationship with Colleen.
    May you Rest In Peace.


  32. Paul Szachnitowski condolence:

    “Go to Colleen. You can trust her. And, you’re going to like her. She’s nice.” Over the decades, I have no idea of how many times I said that. Now when asked, for a jeweler, I will say good luck, you’re on your own. We are all replaceable but, with Colleen, it will not be easy.


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