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Michael L. Luse

 

February 21, 2018

Michael L. Luse, 72, passed on Friday, Feb. 9, 2018.

He was born in Glasgow, Mont. on Feb. 3, 1946, to the late Walter R. and Eva M. (Foust) Luse. After graduating from high school, he left Montana to serve the United States Navy as a ships cook and was stationed on the East Coast. At the end of his service, he settled in Massachusetts, working in the shipyards before beginning his career as a welder with General Electric in Lynn, Mass., where he recently retired from after 40 years. Michael, or as many knew of him as Mike, was a resident of Georgetown for over 40 years.

When he wasn't working, he was enjoying his passion of fishing, whether deep sea, river, fly or ice; tending his flower garden; relaxing with a good book; and perfecting his skill at smoking meats and making jerky; in addition to riding his cooler cart amongst the Mega Trucks when camping at the mud runs.

He is preceded in death by an older brother, Gary Luse of Glasgow, and a sister, Myrna Russell of Bozeman.

Survivors include his everlasting love of 30 years, Jennifer Dewinter of Lowell, Mass .; two older brothers, Ray Luse of Spokane, Wash., and his wife El Clair, and Blake Luse of Great Falls, and his wife, Josie; a younger brother, Craig Luse of Cut Bank, and his wife, Micky; his brother-in-law, Max Russell of Texas; a former wife, Sandra Luse of Bradenton, Fla., the mother of his children: Eric Luse of Lynn, Mass. and his wife Sherry; Mark Luse of Georgetown, Mass., and his partner Sher Estes, and her son Travis Landes; Brian Luse of Townsville, Australia, and his wife Kathryn; Kevin Luse of Bradenton; his grandchildren whom he adored, Tyler and Anthony Luse of Georgetown, Logan, Phoebe and Elara Luse all of Townsville, Australia; and many nieces and nephews.

Visiting hours for Michael were held Feb. 16, in the Conte – Giamberardino Funeral Home in Georgetown. Please visit http://www.cgfuneralhomegeorgetown.com.

 

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