I am still working on dad’s memorial info and also trying to tie up all the loose ends involved when someone dies. In the meantime, here is a link to several pictures I’ve put up on flickr and that we showed at the memorial service on a big screen behind the pastor. Also, this is the picture I used in the obituary for dad. It really exemplifies his joyful spirit and his love of music. You can click on it for a bigger image.
Dad’s guestbook is now on tributes.com and you can see it here.
Also, here are some nice entries from the guestbook at D.O. McCombs about dad.
Guestbook for Courtney C. Lubbes Showing 1 – 4 of 4 entries.
The world has lost a precious gem with Uncle Court’s passing. My mother and he were always very close. Court use to tell me that people always thought they were twins when they were children. I will always remember him as loving, kind, and vivacious. He could always make me smile. Uncle Courtney loved to play his fiddle and I know that he is playing beautiful music in heaven now.
Erin (Turner) Macaluso
Oct 19, 2009
Mission Viejo, CA
For several years, Courtney played his violin at Good Shepherd for worship services. It was always a pleasure to have him share his love of music and his Christian faith through a simple and elegant hymn presentation. May God bless you during this time of loss.
Sep 14, 2009
Fort Wayne, IN
What a great picture of your father and father-in-law! He sounds like he was a wonderful man. I’m sure you miss him and my thoughts and prayers are with you.
Sep 8, 2009
Fort Wayne, IN
Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Susan and Jill, and with all the family. Courtney was our “fun uncle” and he will always be remembered as living life to the fullest. Take care and may God bless you all.
Joanna Anderson Hudson
Sep 1, 2009
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I hadn’t thought of your father for many years, but I recall him fondly. In the early 80’s he and I played on an instructional 4some at the Wildwood Racquet Club on the southwest side of Fort Wayne. He was older than us young pups but he was always hustling around the court and quick with a joke. He definitely was a character and enjoyed life to the fullest! Here’s to a great life. Thanks for the memories, Courtney!
I’ve been trying to catch up w/ you. I’m so sorry about your dad! Please email me if/when you can.