GLENDON JEROME LUCAS

Glendon Jerome Lucas, better known as Jeri, 59 passed away at his home April 18, 2018 in Lake Stevens, Washington.

Celebration of life to be announced at a later date.

Jeri was born in Wenatchee Washington on July 23, 1958 to Romi and Lorraine Lucas. He was an accomplished gymnast in his time at Juanita High School as well as West Seattle High School and graduated from West Seattle High School in 1976. Jeri had a great interest and love for both cars and motorcycles which led him to open East Urban Auto, his business of 25+ years in Kirkland Washington. He served his community well and was very civic minded and became a member of the Chamber of Commerce as well as BNI.

Second only to the love of his family was his joy of music and riding his motorcycle. He is survived by his wife Camille Lucas of 39 +years. Two sons Jason and Matthew Lucas, their wives and 4 grandchildren, three brothers and two sisters. And many beloved nieces and nephews. He will be missed by all of those blessed to know him.

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