William Albert Luckett Jr.

April 27, 1943August 6, 2018

Bill was the third born First son to Willam and Ann his sisters Barbara and Shirley all deceased. He is survived by his brother Gary, his wife Barbara, 5 children William (Beverly), Lynnette Lavis, Lachelle (Anthony) Cucinella, Matthew (Monique), Timothy (Amy). Bill had 12 grandchildren Elyssa, Emily, William, Olivia, Kaitlyn, Savannah, Jessica Allison, Nina, Camden and Anna. 4 great grandchildren Aiden, Ryan, Luka and Hannah.

Bill was quick witted and so much fun. He was loved by all the kids. At a party you would always find him teasing or entertaining the kids. Ask his grandkids, they all have beautiful memories of their Pa. He was a natural educator a mentor to many. Wheather it was on a boat, sitting on the swing watching the sunset, around the campfire, hanging out in the garage, Hunting, a motorcycle ride or just sitting at the kitchen table with Bill you always walked away inspired.

He was loved and he loved. We were blessed to know Bill. He will be missed by many.

Visiting will be in the Kaul Funeral Home, Thursday and Friday, Aug 9 & 10, hours will be 5 ā€“ 8 Thu and 3 ā€“ 8 Fri. Funeral service will be offered Saturday in the funeral home at 10 a.m. Bill will be buried in the Sacred Heart Cemetery in Roseville, MI with Military Honors following the funeral. Please share a memory or condolence message.


  • William & Ann Luckett, Parents
  • Barbara Luckett, Wife
  • William (Beverly) Luckett, Son
  • Lynnette Lavis, Daughter
  • Lachelle (Anthony) Cucinella, Daughter
  • Matthew (Monique) Luckett, Son
  • Timothy (Amy) Luckett, Son
  • Elyssa, Emily, William, Olivia, Kaitlyn, Savannah, Jessica, Allison, Nina, Camden & Anna, Grandchilren
  • Aiden, Ryan, Luke & Hannah, Great Grandchildren
  • Gary Luckett, Brother
  • Barbara & Shirley, Sisters


  • 1st Day of Visitation Thursday, August 9, 2018
  • 2nd Day of Visitation Friday, August 10, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, August 11, 2018

William Albert Luckett Jr.

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Linda Dittmer

August 11, 2018

What I remember most about my cousin Bill were his beautiful blue eyes! A person could see the world shine through his eyes! They shined with joy and mischief almost simultaneously. So much of Bill reminded me of his Mom - my great Auntie Ann - twinkling eyes and a love for all. Iā€™m going to miss you Bill! May you rest in the Lord šŸ˜˜

Debbie Scott Winn

August 9, 2018

Bill married my big sister when I was still a little kid. He was the most FUN grown up in my life! Always playing with whatever kids were around. Later, with amazing patience he taught me to drive a stick. I must have stalled his 3-on-the-tree Malibu 20 times! He also taught me to water ski which remains as one of my "pure joy" memories. Rest easy now Bill šŸ˜˜

Rose Markus Parrish

August 8, 2018

Uncle bill was a wonderful person!! He was always the family's jokester!! He will be greatly missed!! Luv u always!!