Velva Lee Collins Luckey

Mrs. Velva Lee Luckey, 84 of Marietta, TX departed this earthly journey to be with the Lord September 21, 2021 at Springs Nursing Center in Hughes Spring, TX.  She was born April 26, 1937 to the parentage of Ora Mae Collins and Richard Odell Sattiewhite.  She was raised in Cass County by her mother and stepfather, Grissom Casteel.    Mrs. Luckey was a member of Floyd Valley Baptist Church and a retiree of Day and Zimmerman Lone Star Ammunition after 35 years of service.

Mrs. Velva Lee Luckey, 84 of Marietta, TX departed this earthly journey to be with the Lord August 21, 2021 at Springs Nursing Center in Hughes Spring, TX.  She was born April 26, 1937.   Mrs. Luckey was a member of Floyd Valley Baptist Church and a retiree of Day and Zimmerman after 35 years of service.

Service will be 12:00 p.m. Saturday, October 2, 2021 at First Baptist Church located at Allday Street, Atlanta, TX.   Dr. Jonathan Stanmore, Pastor, and Pastor  Reginald Bowser, Officiating.  A walk thru viewing will be 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Friday, October 1, 2021 at Coleman-Atlanta Funeral Home.  (Please Wear Your Mask.)  Burial will be in Floyd Valley Cemetery under the direction of the funeral home.

Velva was preceded in death by her mother, father, stepfather and stepmother, her maternal and paternal grandparents, four brothers:  James Casteel, Calvin Collins, Harold Streeter, and Jerry Wright, two sisters: Minnie Collins and Dorothy Casteel Butts.

She leaves  to cherish her memories:  Her husband, Willie Lee (Dude) Luckey; Two daughters: Velma Jean (Crawford) King and Ivory Pearl (Rod) Birmingham; One son: her baby, Willie Odell; Six sisters: Ella (Virgil) Hatley, Wilma (Greg) Frazier, Ruth (Martin) Harris, Vanessa Cormier, Joyce Streeter and Aretha Streeter,; Four brothers:, Felton Collins, John L. Collins, Benjamin (Ann) Collins, Sr. and Jerrel (Roxanne) Sattiewhite; Two sisters-in-law:, Betty Luckey and Linda Luckey; Two brother-in-laws: Fealto Oliver and Robert Washington; Four Bonus daughters:  LaWanna Haskins, Donna Hurndon, Gwendolyn Anderson and Doris Casteel; Two Bonus sons: Charles & Rickey Casteel;  The Loves of her life:  The Grands – Five Granddaughters: YoShandra Russell, Christy King, Keres Garrett, Sharedan Birmingham and Demecia Birmingham; One Grandson, DeCori (Megan) Birmingham, two Bonus Grands: Alfred (LaMonica) Birmingham and Maci Johnson, The Apples of her Eyes:   The Great Grands – Caleb King, Kelis Willis, Katelyn Russell, Dawson Birmingham, Jordan Hodge, Mckenzie Birmingham and Dillion Birmingham, and a host of loved nieces, nephews, family and friends.

 

 

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3 Responses to Velva Lee Collins Luckey

  1. Sammy Allen says:

    I want to give my sincerest condolences to the family of this sweet lady with the beautiful voice. Over the years I enjoyed listening to the many stories she told about my Casteel relatives. Praying that you all stay strong and cherish the memories she left.

  2. Janice Richardson and Family says:

    Deepest Condolences. She truly will be missed.

  3. Bennie Chatman says:

    To the Velve Luckey family. The precious memories will always be yours. Jesus offered
    your Wife, Sister, Mother, Grandmother, Friend, Aunt, Confidant, etc, an invitation to a most glorious and joy-filled distination, a future free of pain, sorrow, and sickness. Death
    is a word which may trigger images of darkness, grief and maybe fear, but God say fear not He wants us to live and die with confidence, knowing we belong to the victorious,
    risen King. When He die on the cross and rose from the grave, death was defeated.
    Phil 1:21. For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain. Praying with you knowing that all is well wth thee. LOVE in JESUS!

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