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15 août , 1957 – 3 mai , 2019
William “Kim” Luque (Pierce) -61, passed away at home in Scituate on May 3, 2019 after a lengthy illness with family at his side. He was the beloved father of Steven Luque and Madison Luque of Marshfield. A lifelong resident of Marshfield, he was the son of the late Alan and Diane (Drouet) Pierce. He was a 1975 graduate of Marshfield High School and earned his Bachelors Degree from Plymouth State College in 1979. Kim was a partner in the (much missed) Silent Chef Catering Company in Scituate for nearly 30 years. He loved to play golf and, when snow and cold prevented him from playing locally, Kim spent time in Florida during the winter to ensure his game remained in top form (at least HE thought so!). As well as being a much loved brother, father and uncle, Kim was a friend to many – from business associates, particularly Silent Chef clients, to the many longtime friends he maintained from as early as first grade at Eames Way School. Kim always had a mischievous sparkle in his eye, a mischievous smile on his face – and a bit of mischief in his heart…traits that he was known and loved for. Loving brother of John “Todd” Luque of Kingston, Victoria “Tory” Fait and her husband Donald of Marshfield, Juan Luque of Tallahassee, FL and Caroline Page of Kennett Square, PA. He was the former husband and dear friend of Laurie Huntoon of Marshfield. He was the cherished uncle of many nieces and nephews and a friend of Bill W. A memorial service for Kim will take place on Saturday, May 18 at 1 pm at the North Community Church, 72 Old Main Street, Marshfield Hills. The service will be followed by a gathering at the Marshfield Yacht Club, 11 Ridge Road, Marshfield. Donations in Kim’s memory may be made to The Scituate Community Christmas, 125 Mann Lot Road, Scituate, MA 02066.
- Celebration of Life samedi, 18 mai , 2019
13 mai , 2019
My condolences to Kim’s family
My husband and I met Kim and Al about 8 years ago through Tracy they came to Ft. Myers Beach for the month of March. Had a lot of great times going out to dinner bike riding and people watching on the beach. My husband enjoyed playing golf with Kim and Al. March will never be the same on the beach without Kim here.
7 mai , 2019
To all Kim's family,
Kim and i were in the same graduating class and walked the same school halls, We shared laughs and fun times and i have great memories of him. I am so sorry you have to begin this journey of learning to live without him in your life. May the love you all have for each other see you through this sad time.
Thinking of you all
6 mai , 2019
It is with a Heavy Heart I say goodbye to Kim. I did business for years with Kim and the Silent Chef. I and my team were heartbroken when we learned of Kim's illness and the closing of the Silent Chef. Although I knew Kim was very ill he Never let on nor showed any signs. He kept things private. He was a Man of Dignity. I am most saddened because I never got to say goodbye to my friend and colleague. Rest in Peace my Friend until we someday meet again. Our hearts go out to Tori, Donny and the rest of the Family. God Bless you all.
6 mai , 2019
Dear Todd: I was informed by Juan Luque from Florida my nephew, of Kim's passing. Juan told me how much you helped your brother through his illness. I last saw you over 40 years ago when I brought my daughter Tamar who was one to meet you and your family. I have very fond memories of you and Kim when you were very little in South America. I was sad to hear of the death of your mother in 2011. She was a wonderful lady and always kind to me. She taught me to ice skate at her parents home in Connecticut with the large back pond. When you left Ecuador I was 12 so a lot of time has passed. Please lets not loose touch again. I now live in Maryland. My daughter Tamara and son Andrew join me in extending our deepest sympathy at this very difficult time. Love - aunt Isabel Luque Black
6 mai , 2019
It is with a heavy and sad heart that I heard the news of Kim passing. I am Isabel Luque Black. His aunt who lives in Md. The news were told to me by my nephew Juan Luque from Florida. I knew his mother very well in South America and I loved Dede. The last time I saw Kim he was no more than two years old. I saw Todd in Boston over 40 years ago on a short visit. My brother Juan always spoke with great affection of Kim and Todd. My love and my thoughts are with all of you on this day. From me and my daughter Tamara and son Andrew our deepest sympathy.