FREDRICK DANIEL LUCKETT

Died: Mon., Aug. 24, 2020


Interment following funeral service

Thu., Sep. 03, 2020
Location: Washington Park North Cemetery


Visitation

11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Thu., Sep. 03, 2020
Location: Stuart Mortuary Chapel


Private Services

12:00 PM Thu., Sep. 03, 2020
Location: Stuart Mortuary Chapel


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       Frederick D. Luckett Jr. was born December 11, 1977 to Fredrick Luckett Sr. & Ruth Luckett. He was affectionately known as “Danny” by those who knew and loved him. He was born and raised on the south side of Chicago where he attended     Medgar Evers elementary school. He attended Harold L. Richards High School in Oak Lawn, IL.

 

           Danny accepted Christ at an early age and by doing so he often became a   brother to the many he met along the way. From birth he was a happy and loving child. Blessed with the heart of gold, dimples, and a smile that could light up your world, when he entered a room. Danny loved giving hugs, and very often he would bless you with the biggest and tightest hug he could give by putting his big strong arms and around you, picking you up, and holding you as tight as you could bear. Danny had a special bond with his brothers Myron and Cordaero. They all relocated to the same city to continue to be close by one another.  Usually where there was one, the others were close by. At any gathering, they usually found themselves wrapped up in some wrestling formation, trying to see who could helm the other up the fastest, and very shortly a yell from the kitchen, “you all better not tear up my house”! Danny was a family man.  He was a loving and kind person with a big heart and loved everyone unconditionally. He would help anyone and show his support as much as he could.  He especially loved the women in his life, and proudly let it be known.  Danny enjoyed talking to his mom, grandmas, sisters, aunts, nieces, cousins, and WAR sisters daily if possible, to simply check in on them and say, “What’s up Big Head or Hey Punk”.  If you got one of those terms of endearment, then to him you were special.

 

Danny had a passion and hobby for riding motorcycles, well pretty much    anything with an engine in it.    As a teenager, he was most popular for having the fastest car in the neighborhood, and that car being his beloved black drop-top Camaro.  Driving that car, is where he received one of his nicknames Lucky. Before the series Fast and    Furious was created, he was our Vin Diesel.   Every opportunity Danny got to work on race cars and rebuilding engines with his uncle he enjoyed.  The need for speed embodied every muscle in him, just as he loved working with his hands and building things.

 

In 2007, Danny welcomed the opportunity to relocate to Indianapolis, IN. Here is where he began his career with the Local 103. Danny was always proud to tell you about all the projects that he and his company were a part of, like building the new       Indianapolis Colts Stadium and the bridge that bordered Kentucky and Indiana.  Whatever job it was he was working on, and a part of, he was proud, and we were proud of him and every accomplishment that he conquered.

 

In 2014, Danny, became known as, “CHOKE OUT”, and joined Wild Azz Ryders, (W.A.R.). He lived and loved riding with his fellow brothers and sisters, and a true bond he had with each one of them.  He got a chance to do what he loved the most, besides being a great father, he loved riding his bikes and riding is surely what he did.

 

Frederick, “Dannyis survived by his beloved parent’s, Fredrick, and Ruth Luckett. Daughters: Ja’nyla and Legacy Luckett, and he also helped raise an adorable daughter Deshonmbra and son Bryson. His brothers; Trinity Pope, Donald Myron Toney, Brandon Anderson and Cordaero De’sean Luckett, Sister; Carmen Luckett, and little  sister/niece Khadejah, and Grandfather; Lindberg Toney, Grandparents:  Fred and Ida Luckett. He is preceded in death, by his grandmother; Myra Toney, his uncles Lenoard Toney and Alex Toney; and aunts; Patricia Cornell, and Angela Luckett. Danny leaves to cherish a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, godchildren and MC brothers and sisters who loved him dearly.

 

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Cory Welch
   Posted Fri August 28, 2020
My name is Cory Welch. I am a friend of the Luckett family since birth. On behalf of the Welch family I would like to extend our condolences and inform you that you are all in our prayers. God Bless you all and we will do our best to make the funeral.

Dean and Valerie Seats
   Posted Tue September 01, 2020
Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us everyday. Unseen, unheard, but always near, so loved. so much, so very dear. Take your rest our Dear Nephew Danny, Heaven has gained another angel to watch over us. Love you from here to eternity! Uncle Dean and Auntie Valerie

Betty Butler (Betty Jo)
   Posted Wed September 02, 2020
I will always remember Danny and cherish the Sweet memory of him as the “flower boy” at my wedding. Fredrick, Isaiah 41:10 says Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my right hand. Love to you, my family. From Betty Jo

Betty J Butler
   Posted Wed September 02, 2020

Angelic Wings was sent by Betty Butler.

To: Fredrick LUCKETT (the father) Blessings peace and love to you my cousin and your family. I am with you in spirit and with prayers every moment of the way. May God bless you. Betty (Jo) Butler


Tanis Barnes
   Posted Thu September 03, 2020
There are no goodbyes for us. Wherever you are, you will always be in my heart. Love you cousin. Continue to Rest in Peace. Love, Tan

Robert Luckett
   Posted Thu September 03, 2020
Jesus said, Behold, I show you a mystery: we shall not all sleep; but be changed in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible. And we shall be changed. For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and the mortal shall put on immortality.
1 Corintjians 15:51-53


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