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Levi Mckinnley Lusk
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Birth: Oct. 6, 1974, USA
Death: Oct. 7, 1999
Oklahoma, USA

Levi lusk was a victim of domestic abuse.
there was a nice young man that died this month on october 7. 2 hours after his 25 birthday. he loved very many people.he loved children and children loved him. evev the dogs loved levi. all Levi wanted to do was cellabrate his life. he loved to do four things. he loved bullriding, roping, family and friends.he was a true cowboy in my eyes every thing i ever did i looked up to Levi. i dont pay a lot tenchen to the fact you are gone. it seems like a bad dream allmost. ever thing i ride or do is for you uncle Levi i will never forget what happend. you should of seen how many people where here and how many flowers you have. i had some great times with you. i know you are smiling down on us but i wish i could relly see the smile on your face. from this day forward at the callasem in october of ever year we are haveing big roping for you . i miss you uncle Levi. love hailee.  
 
Burial:
Lusk Family Cemetery
Springer
Carter County
Oklahoma, USA
Plot: 1
 
Created by: nelda harrison
Record added: Aug 21, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5703975
Levi Mckinnley Lusk
Added by: Anonymous
 
 
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God needed another special angel and there you were.
RIP
- David Benz
 Added: Apr. 17, 2006

- GuyB
 Added: Jul. 14, 2005
Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you...you look like a monkey and you smell like one tooooooo....
Lovin and missin you bubba
Happy 29th Birthday.
- dana mcdaniel
 Added: Oct. 7, 2003
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