William “Billy” Luscombe


LUSCOMBE, William “Billy”

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the sudden passing of William “Billy” Luscombe on January 27, 2018 at the age of 42.

Left to cherish his memory are his wife Debbie McCoy; children Kayl, Kayden, Brooklyn and Daytona; siblings Tim (Gwen), Carol (Leo), Dave (Tina); and parents Claude and Lucy Luscombe.  Billy will be missed by numerous nieces, nephews, and friends.

Billy was predeceased by his brother Shawn.

A Celebration of Life will take place on Saturday February 3, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at the Calmar Legion, 4815 – 48 Street, Calmar, AB.

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Celebration Of Life
Calmar Legion

4815 - 47 Street
Calmar, AB, CA, T0C 0V0

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Patrick langreiter

I heard of the sad news.
My heart felt crushed since it seemed
just years ago that we went to Greenview elementary school together. I would always look for you. You were a pro at fishing and that made you happy. You were a fun guy, and we laughed a lot. We were so small back then and life itself seemed to last forever.
As we grew in our teens and turned into young adults we still talked and hung out
when we had some free time. Life gets busy and we lost communication over time Either we would be changing phone numbers or moving around .
We always respected each other.

Des and Denise Snow

So sorry to here of the passing of your brother Billy, Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal. Praying for strength and understanding at this time.

Dona Dirksing

To The Luscombe Family: So sorry for your great loss…Thinking of you during this extremly difficult time…May the cherished memories of Billy bring peace and comfort in the days ahead.

Diane Goodyear Clarke

To Billy’s Family

I was surprised to hear of Billy’s passing. So sorry for the
family. I remember when Billy and David lived next door to me on Marshall’s Drive. I never did forget my neighbors. I never had any connection to him
when we reached adult hood but I have fond memories of Billy. My deepest sympathies, and prayers go out to the Luscombe family. RIP Billy

Ina Baker

To the family of Billy: I am saddened by this passing of your loved one. May God give you peace, and strength to bear this great loss.

Rosalie Hoddinott

I was deeply saddened to hear of Billy’s passing. The few times I did get to hang out with Billy always included a good laugh and great memories. He was taken from us way too soon and will be missed by many. Sending my most sincere condolences to the Luscombe family, Debbie and Billy’s children. I pray that through his memories and God’s love that you will find peace and comfort in this difficult time of loss. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers. With love and remembrance, Rosalie.

Crystal Quiroz-Borrero

My deepest condolences, even though there are no words that can ease this heartache. Billy was one of the good ones; kind, compassionate, and sweet. I feel privileged to have known him. My heart aches for his family and friends. Forever in my thoughts and prayers, old friend.

Patsy and Marilyn Snow

To Claude, Lucy, and the Luscombe family. We were very shocked and saddened to hear of Billy’s sudden passing. There are no words that can be said to take away the the hurt and great loss you are feeling. Our prayer is that the God of all peace will bring peace and comfort to your hearts and strength for the journey ahead. We trust many pleasant and happy memories of Billy will eventually bring a smile and a ray of sunshine back to your home and your lives. Thinking about you with much love and deepest sympathy.
Patsy and Marilyn Snow, Brampton, Ontario

Thresa Snow Frankow

So sorry for your loss…I have memeries of Bill as a wee littleI boy and as a grown man so sorry I can not make it to the funeral I have my 10 year old bday party booked that day…our thoughts and prayers are with you all RIP Bill you will never be forgotten..may god be with you all and help you get through this sad time Love you all ❤❤❤

Geraldine Snow

So sorry to hear of Billy’s passing.May god give you strengh at this time.

Terralyn Polege

Your family has always held a special place in my heart and I am so sorry to hear of Billy’s passing. I may not live close enough to see you guys on a regular basis but I have many pleasant memories of our time with your family. May you all find peace and comfort in the good memories you shared with Billy in the days to come. My sincerest condolences to the entire family. I only wish I could be there with you at this time.
Much love.



Our relationship was different. You taught me forgiveness and strength. You will be in my heart forever. I’ll always be there to take care of Kayden and Brooklyn. I saw the unconditional love that you had for them. I wish you knew that you did such an amazing job in life no matter what had been said and hardship times that occurred. I’m sorry you were hurting so much our last conversation, and throughout many times in your life. I never wanted you to regret not communicating as much, but only to cherish the memories we did make. I’m very grateful you had been able to hear Denleys heartbeat. I hope you are at peace. Keep a smile . In my heart forever and always. xoxo

Beulah Courtney

Dear Claude and Lucy…..my heart aches for you both as you walk through this very difficult time. I remember Billy as a young boy. Howard and I pray that God will bring you comfort and strength in the days ahead. Please know we are thinking of you and feel your pain. We send our love to your whole family.
Beulah & Howard (Luscombe) Courtney, Innisfil, Ontario

Alex Donley

Luscombe Family.
We were so sorry to hear of Billy’s death and we want to express our most sincere sympathies to you and the family during this difficult time from everyone here on site at Fort Hills. Billy was a highly valuable and respected member of our team here and the effects of his passing are already being felt here by his fellow employees, brothers and sisters.
Billy was a wonderful brother who understood the meaning of the word “team.” He was always more focused on the good of the whole and how he could help everyone else than on his own benefit.
Please accept my sincere condolences for you and the family. Billy was a remarkable man and everyone that crossed paths with him is better for having known him. For those of us that had the privilege of calling him “friend” outside of work, we were humbled by his kindness and compassion to everyone around him.
He will be greatly missed and everyone here is saddened by his death. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and his family and friends during this difficult time.
With sincere sympathy,
The entire group at Fort Hills.

Tina Luscombe

Billy you are going to be forever missed by so many. Love you may you be at rest now.
Rest easy my brother n law
I will remember your laugh the most.,
Love you sis n law

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