Robbie Alan Louk
August 20, 1971 – January 1, 2020
Robbie Alan Louk, 48 of Greenville, Ohio, passed away on Wednesday January 1, 2020 at 1:59 PM at his residence. He was born August 20, 1971 in Union City, Indiana the son of Rudy & Sherry (Yoder) Louk of Greenville. He is preceded in death by his grandparents: Arthur & Beverly Yoder and Cecil & Francis Louk. He is survived by his parents; his daughter: Chelsea Mathena or Richmond, Indiana; his son: Damian Louk of New Castle, Indiana; his grandchildren: Isis Kelley, K.J. Mathena, Karson Mathena, & Kynlee Mathena; his sisters: Amy Lawrence of Union City, Indiana, Carey Thompson of Lynn, Indiana, & Brandy Louk of Greenville; numerous nieces, nephews, & cousins. A celebration of life will be held on Tuesday January 7, 2020 from 1:00 PM until 3:00 PM at Zechar Bailey Funeral Home, Greenville, Ohio. Memorial contributions may be made to Brianna’s Hope 115 E. Water Street, Portland, Indiana.
- Celebration of Life Tuesday, January 7, 2020
Robbie Alan Louk
January 10, 2020
We worked together for several years and had many wonderful conversations. Robb you were a wonderful friend with a kind soul! You will be truly missed and I hope you have found peace. You deserve it dear friend. Rock on!
January 4, 2020
I have plenty of memories of Rob and with Rob! Like Fourth of July years ago at Carey’s house and the firework knocked over and shot at Rob and knocked him out of his chair scary at first but we all laughed at the end. And going to Tennessee with everyone to spread great grandpa‘s ashes we all had a good time.
I loved being able to walk over to your house on Stateline and just spending some time with you, drinking and talking about the good all days that you missed and how much you loved every and how family was so important to you. My all-time favorite was staying up all night singing karaoke then going to Taco Bell at 3 AM. And many more. We all love you so much Robbie and I’m glad you knew that. I can’t wait to see you again.
January 3, 2020
So many memories! That time we went on the father daughter girl scout trip and our air mattress kept losing air at night. All the karaoke nights. Doing donuts in the station wagon. That one water balloon fight when you fell and broke your sandal. Tricking me into riding the son of beast at kings island. Playing darts in the garage. This is hard dad. I miss you (more than I ever told you) and I love you.