Steven Randall Lusk

05/09/1956 - 11/02/2021


Obituary For Steven Randall Lusk

Steven R. Lusk, 65 of Whittier, NC passed away on November 2, 2021 at Harris Regional Hospital. He was the son of Ralph Lusk and the late Ivalene Buchanan.

Born in Albertville, AL he also resided in Alaska and Florida prior to moving to North Carolina. Mr. Lusk retired from the USAF and attended Lighthouse Baptist Church.

In addition to his father survivors include his wife, Cindy Lusk of the home; sons, Jerry Stewart (Erika) of Sanford, NC, Allen Stewart of Whittier, NC, Steven Lusk Jr. (Rebekah) of Colorado Springs, CO and Nathan Lusk (Bethany) of Frisco, NC; grandchildren, Jenna Lusk, Ashely Stewart, Jayden Lusk, Jordyn Stewart, Makyah Lusk, Katrielle Lusk, and Eliyanah Lusk; siblings, Teresa Presley (Tom), Barbara Allen (Durwin), Patty Duckett (Scott), Susan Carter (Dale), Michael Buchanan (Tammy), Sarah Lusk and Tracy McClendon.

Graveside services with military honors will be held 2pm on Friday, November 5, 2021 at the Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery with Pastor Mark Rogers officiating.

A memorial service will be held 11am on Saturday, November 6, 2021 at Lighthouse Baptist Church, Sylva, NC.





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Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery
962 Old US Hwy 70
Black Mountain, NC 28711

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  • Randall was a great Christian man!

  • Cindy, so sorry for your and our loss in the passing of Steve. It was our pleasure to get to know you and Steve. You are in our love and prayers. Praying for your recovery as well.

  • I will always remember you for the hours of chat we had when you were younger and the laughs we had when you came to England. I remember all the times when you never failed to send me and your sister sarah and step sister Bev birthday and christmas cards, we will not forget you. with love and affection from stepmom Diane and stepsister Bev. R.I.P Randall

  • I had the privilege of working with Steve in the Air Force. We were stationed together in NC and Alaska. He was a kind and humble man who treated people equally and had a smile that could brighten your day. Condolences to the family, you all are in our prayers.

  • Steven, you were my favorite supervisor at Pope AFB. I'm sadden you flew away this soon. You were strictly by the books while we flew together. I appreciate that...and will miss you!

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