Luke A. Boisseree
April 30, 1981 – September 8, 2023
Luke Aaron Boisseree passed away unexpectedly in Omaha, Nebraska, on September 8, 2023. Luke was born and raised in South Omaha and was very proud of his family and neighborhood friends that were part of his upbringing. He attended St. Thomas More Catholic School for his kindergarten through 8th grade education. In 7th grade, he received recognition for getting the highest score on the Standardized Test. Luke was an athletic, active young man. He played soccer, Grover Little League Baseball, Cornhusker Peewee Football, and did Tae Kwon Do. Then, he attended Bryan High School where he became a Bryan Bear as part of the varsity football team. Luke worked for years as a Journeyman Bricklayer and most recently as a USPS Maintenance Engineer with specialized certifications. Luke will be remembered by his family and friends as a man who loved to have a good time with his people and his places. He could be found hanging out at The Pheasant or Beer City in South Omaha catching up with old friends, and making new ones as he cheered on the Huskers, Raiders, or White Sox. Luke’s favorite place, his happy place, was the family cabin along the Missouri River. Cabin adventures included fishing, horseshoes, washers, and hitting golf balls. He would also spend his time grilling and barbecuing for guests and taking the jet ski on the river. Not only was Luke active and fun-loving, he was a thoughtful man. Luke brought a smile to others’ faces in many ways. He showed thoughtfulness and added a personal connection when he gave others presents. He would brighten anyone’s day with a funny joke or offer of a helping hand. Luke would make it a priority to show up for events big and small to support and celebrate his family and friends. Luke also showed his loving spirit through his beloved dogs: Samson, Coca, and Maggie. Luke’s greatest accomplishment was being a loving, devoted father to his beautiful daughters, Kalli and Stella. They were Luke’s whole world. He loved being their dad and having fun outings with them. He showered them with love and affection, and the girls were the part of his life’s journey that he was most proud of.
Luke is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Mary and Carl Boisseree; maternal grandparents, Lydia and John Steiner. He is survived by his daughters, Kalli, Stella; parents, Paul and Sandy; sister, Sarah Curtis (Andrew); brothers, Joseph (Emily), Michael (Misty); several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends who he loved like family.
VISITATION: Tuesday, September 12th from 5pm to 7pm at St. Thomas More Catholic Church, 4804 Grover, followed by VIGIL SERVICE at 7pm. MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: Wednesday, September 13th at 10:30am, St. Thomas More Catholic Church. Interment, Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Kalli and Stella Boisseree Education Fund.
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