Jay Luster

July 9, 1925January 26, 2021

Jay Luster, 95 of Henderson, NV, passed away 01/26/2021in his home at Sunrise Assisted Living.

He was born July 9, 1925 in Blackwell, OK to Jesse and Stella Luster.

Jay served in the Navy where he learned to be an electrician. After serving, he hitchhiked to California with his fellow Navy buddy. In 1949, he started his own business, Luster Electric in Bellflower, CA. During the next 45 years in addition to being an electrical contractor he had a cabinetry business, served as President of the Chamber of Commerce, President of the Rotary Club, Advisor for the Interact Club for Bellflower High School and Board Secretary of Mid Cities Bank.

Jay was always busy working, mentoring, serving, playing golf and enjoying life. He was married to Millie Luster for 41 years, she was the love of his life. She passed September 16, 2016 and he missed her every day.

He is survived by Marilyn Miller, Maryjean Day, Jack Luster, Marianne Luster, Suzanne Luster, Jack Luster Jr. and Jim Luster. Millie Luster and Stephanie Luster Morabito preceded him in death.

Funeral will be held on February 24, 2021 at the Veteran's Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City. Due to Covid restrictions, the service is by invitation only. Pastor David Dendy is officiating.

In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting a donation be made to the Alzheimers Association in memory of Millie Luster.


  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, February 24, 2021


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Missy Day

February 21, 2021

I was incredibly blessed to have the best Dad a girl could ask for. I have wonderful childhood memories because of him. He was fair, he listened, encouraged and most importantly, he believed in me.

My Dad was one of a kind and I am who I am today because of him. I love you to the moon, Dad. I'll miss you everyday. See you on the other side.

Julia Oberweis

February 19, 2021

Meeting and spending time with Jay, a man of great honor, made me realize how important it is to appreciate and treasure every moment. Jay was filled with wisdom the likes of which we can only hope to acquire some day. And he shared his wisdom so very kindly and generously, and for that I am grateful. My deepest condolences to the entire family.