Luke the Angel
Luke The Brave! Luke was born on September 21, 1993; the son of Brian and Danial. Luke Langohr was a friend, brother, son, grandson, nephew, cousin, and most especially an angel. Luke the Angel!
Luke suffered from Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) which is a group of inherited connective tissue skin disorders that cause blisters in the skin and mucosal membranes, resulting in friction and skin fragility. It is rare and devastating. Luke had the most severe form of EB. He passed from cancer on March 9th 2015, surpassing the odds by a mile due to his shear strength and courage.
Anyone that has ever spent time with Luke has been changed forever. He is an angel from God. I know I was changed from the very first moment I met Luke. I was blessed to know him. I know Luke has a very special place in Heaven and God brought him to us to teach and inspire. When I say Luke The Brave it isn't stated lightly. Luke suffered greatly yet never once let it show. Instead Luke always fronted his pain with love, grace, gratitude, and generosity. It is hard not to cry just thinking about his beautiful power. Anyone that knew him personally knows what I am talking about
Several years ago, Luke looking for a solution to help manage his pain found medical marijuana which ultimately led him to the many beautiful friends you see in the picture above. Medical marijuana greatly improved Luke's daily life physically and mentally. Luke, like his father, made sure to look at the positive at anything presented before him and quickly befriended the greats of the medical marijuana industry.
Luke's Memorial Service
A lot of people showed up to say the least! So many friends showed up I am sure a lot of us hadn't seen each other in quite some time. It was that big of a celebration. Luke meant so much to so many. Friends and family from afar came to give respects to Luke. It was a celebration of Luke's life.
Friends and Care
CCW Gardening! As you can see from the words and the smiles there is a network of care out there.
Luke’s family has always been there for him. Day to day. Love and support. Blessed to know them and always in my prayers!