August 24, 1950 - September 12, 2015
Maureen “Meg” Lusby, 65, of Covington, KY passed away on Saturday, September 12, 2015. She was a Registered Nurse Practitioner at several local hospitals. Meg was a member of Holy Cross Church and an Extraordinary Minister at Holy Cross Church. She enjoyed gardening and was a talented seamstress, cook, world traveler and dog sledder. She was preceded in death by her Brother: Michael Hanneken. Meg is survived by her Loving Husband of 27 years: Denny Lusby; Devoted Mother of: Christina (Dave) Rohs, Matthew D. (Amanda) Reed, Valerie (Glenn) Scruggs and Renee (Wesley) King; 5 Grandchildren; Sisters: Karen (Ralph) Thoss and Barb (Bob) Lehman and numerous Nieces and Nephews. Visitation will be on Thursday, September 17, 2015 from 9:30 AM until Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 AM at Holy Cross Church, 3612 Church Street, Covington (Latonia), KY 41015. Memorials are suggested to www.woundedwarriorproject.org and/or Brain Injury Association of Ohio. Online condolences may be expressed at www.connleybrothersfuneralhome.com.
Please accept my deepest sympathies for your loss. Meg and I worked together as Nurse Practitioners at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center. It was my pleasure to be her colleague. She will definitely be missed.
Karen and Barbie,
So sorry to hear about Maureen. I remember her when you lived in Crestview Hills. I hope that soon the emptiness in your hearts will be filled with good memories.
Denny & Family
I am deeply saddened and so sorry for your loss. Meg was an amazing person. She was not only a friend, she was my Mentor. With her inspiration and encouragement I was able to achieve professional goals I would have otherwise thought to be unobtainable. Meg will always hold a very special place in my heart.
Thoughts & Prayers
Denny my memories of you and Meg are wonderful!! My prayers are with you and your family. May God Bless all of you!!
Denny, This is a voice out of the past extending my sympathy to you and your family. I am so sorry to hear of your wife’s passing. Blessings to you and your family.
Meg was a very kind woman with so much class. I got the pleasure of knowing her and being a part of her family for 8 years and during that time she always made me feel so loved she will be missed dearly and Denny my heart goes out to you I know that she was your world and I cannot imagine what you must be going through during this difficult time and I ask that God wrap you and the whole family tightly in his arms and give you peace and comfort Im so very sorry for your loss but heaven has gained a beautiful angel and Im sure she is wearing the most beautiful hat there! With love Jackie Farwick
When I moved to Garner Drive just one year ago, I was given a blessing that I didn’t see coming, and her name was Meg.
From the moment I met her she treated me with love and kindness and made it easy for me to be me. She was a great conversationalist and I loved chatting with her. She was witty and intelligent and held herself with such poise and class.
Whenever I got the chance to talk to her or even wave at her, suddenly my day was a little better. She exuded warmth and love and was endearing in every way.
Meg was also very generous to me and gave me several plants, each with a story that held sentimental value. I will forever think of her when I water my lilies-of-the-valley.
It’s funny how close how I felt to her having known her for only a year, but I can honestly say I loved her. And I love and care for you as well.
I’ll be praying for you and if you need me, I’m always right down the road.
Meg will always have a strong presence on Garner Drive.
Much love to you, Amanda, Matt, Vienne, Kaelin and the rest of your amazing family. God bless.
Again, if there is anything I can do for you, I am here.
I was so sorry to hear about Meg. You and the family are in my prayers. I pray God will give you the peace and comfort that comes only from God and He will carry you through the days ahead.
Your friend Pam Francis