Kenneth Lucier II, 62, of the City of North Tonawanda, passed away peacefully on April 14, 2021. Kenneth was born to and is survived by Carol Anne Metzger (Seger) and Kenneth Mitchell Lucier on January 27, 1959 in Miami, Florida.
Ken lived a life of authenticity with a deep love for adventure and family. The friendships he made held through his lifetime because to know Ken was to love him. The J.R.R.Tolkien quote “Not all who wander are lost” sums up his spirit well. His adventures in life began when he joined the Army and served his country in South Korea and Japan. Ken traveled the world but had roots in Florida, Alaska, Arizona and New York. He was excited by the unknown and all there was to see, smell and taste in the world. All those who love him will forever cherish the memories, stories and laughs shared with Ken.
In addition to his parents, Kenneth is survived by his loving wife, Linda Lucier (Berg); children, Bobbi Stewart, Robert Hy, Joseph Hy, Richelle Killian, Katherine Lucier and Chad Kuligowski; grandchildren, Ethan Killian, Raisa Killian, Brody Killian, Kale Lucier-Waalkes, Sophi Lucier-Waalkes and Nicholas Hy; siblings, Michelle Wayne (Lucier), Melinda Whitehead (Lucier), Brett Lucier and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
All Services are private. Arrangements are under the direction of Michael R. Goodlander, owner of Otto Redanz Funeral Home. Share condolences at GOODLANDERCARES.com
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