Sean P Luketina...How very special you were to me and to everyone that knew you. I know that we will see you again. Until that time comes... know that my love for you will never fade....because you are still the Love of my Life. I will love you Forever an
  • 23 years old
  • Born on July 1, 1960 in Virginia, United States.
  • Passed away on June 30, 1984 in District of Columbia, United States.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Sean Luketina, 23, born on July 1, 1960 and passed away on June 30, 1984. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Lisa Terronez on 28th May 2016
SPL... You are not forgotten. <3 I uploaded new photos of you that your sister Shannon was kind enough to send me. Memorial Day weekend '83 will always be so very special. Thank you my love.
Posted by Tim Ryan on 27th May 2016
I loved my friend, he was a helluva man. I was in the Marine Corps in DC and met Sean through his sister Heather. I will remember him wild on motorcycle, or doing back flips into his apt complex pool at Bragg. My last visit with him was in the hospital at Walter Reed, but I will remember the ass kicking name taking bar dancing laughing man he was. Memorial Day reminds me annually of Sean
Posted by Lisa Terronez on 11th October 2015
Love, never forgets.
Posted by Lisa Terronez on 11th October 2015
Sean, So happy these days... Your beautiful sister Shannon and I have connected through one of your brothers Todd Harris. Technology today is amazing and just think we were a part of this transition being in the Tele-Communication's field... You would love it! ;-) Anyway, I sure do miss you. I never forgot your face, when Shannon gave me your pictures it was just like that one day when you walked into the PX, the same big, beautiful smile.Thank you for loving me. I <3 u.
Posted by Mary Cockfield on 21st April 2015
Hello Lisa. I was a brand new LPN assigned to Walter Reed Army Medical Center Surgical ICU in December 1983. Sean was one of my first patients; if not my first. Today I was telling my mom about him. About how his First Sergeant and Commander came in and awarded him the purple heart and promoted him to SGT. They pinned his stripes to his pillow. Very emotional for me now. I hope all is well with you. God bless!
Posted by Wilfred Perez on 26th May 2014
Thinking of you my friend, Rest in Peace. Until we meet again
Posted by Lisa Terronez on 26th May 2014
It's Memorial Day Weekend dear. Thirty one years ago we spent this weekend together. You rode your bike from Bragg to Gordon. It was our last weekend together. I still miss you very much. I know that we will be together very soon. So many years have passed. I love you. <3
Posted by Wilfred Perez on 25th December 2013
Thinking of Sean merry Christmas to all who keep his memory alive. God speed my friend, until we meet again. May you rest in peace
Posted by Lisa Terronez on 25th December 2013
Sean...I STILL miss you!!!
Posted by Eddie Cortes on 26th October 2013
Never forgotten Brother. AATW.
Posted by Wilfred Perez on 20th November 2012
Hi Lisa, I served with Sean in the 82nd signal battalion, I was his radio repairman, I think of Sean everyday, not one day goes by that he doesn't enter my mind. Thank you for allowing me to speak of Sean. Airborne
Posted by Lisa Terronez on 26th June 2012
I'm sorry. I hope you know this. I finally spoke to your father....I miss you. I don't live in the past.....I just have my regrets. Sean, you made me realize that there are wonderful men on earth. You were one of them. I am a different person because of you. You are the most courageous man that I have ever known. It will be 29 yrs since you passed. However you are still alive in my heart.

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