Norman H. Luck Sr.

Norman H. Luck, Sr., 89, of Kingston passed away on Tuesday, April 13, 2020.  Norman was born in Princeton, NJ.  He was a lifelong resident of Kingston. He was a life member of the Kingston Volunteer Fire Company #1 and served them as an active member for 73 years until his passing. During his time at the fire company, he served as Chief, President, and Treasurer and was currently a Trustee.  He was elected in 1980 as a Commissioner for the South Brunswick Township Fire Commissioner District 3, and has been re-elected as a Commissioner in every election since. Norman was also a Founding and Charter member of the Kingston First Aid and Rescue Squad.   

 

Norman was a member of the Reformed Church of Bound Brook and volunteered in the church soup kitchen every week for many years.   He has also volunteered since 1998 with the South Brunswick Viking Marching Band and the South Brunswick Visual Ensemble. He worked for 45 years in banking at First National Bank of Princeton.

 

Predeceased by his parents Leslie John Sr. and Catherine Theresa (Bruton) Luck; wife Doris R. Luck; daughter Betty Jane Adair, brothers George T. Luck Sr., Leslie J. Luck Jr., and Kenneth E. Luck Sr.; and granddaughter Emily Adair. He is survived by his daughters, Nancy M. Delgado and husband, Harry J. Delgado of Dayton, and Catherine T. Wolf and husband Richard C. Wolf of Kendall Park, son, Norman H. Luck, Jr. of Kingston and son-in-law, Robin Adair; grandchildren Jennifer and Jake Holton, Shari Adair, Ashley Delgado-D’Amore and Drew, Gabrielle Delgado and fiancé Chris Babcock, and Matthew Wolf; great granddaughter Emily Anne Holton; and best friend Gloria Johnson.

 

Calling hours will be Friday, April 16 from 6-9 PM at M.J. Murphy Funeral Home, 616 Ridge Rd. At New Rd., Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852. A service will be conducted at 7pm by the Kingston Volunteer Fire Company.  A funeral service will be held at 10:00 am on Saturday, April 17th at the M.J. Murphy Funeral Home.  Burial»(Do not delete this line. It does not print.  Text that is to appear on web must be entered before this line) will follow in Kingston Presbyterian Church Cemetery.

 

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Kingston Volunteer Fire Company #1, PO Box 222, Kingston, NJ 08528.