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Deloris Ann (White) Luckey
April 17, 1930 ~ October 18, 2023 (age 93) 93 Years Old
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Deloris Ann White Pratt Dean Luckey, age 93, passed away at her home at Harmony, Bridgeport, WV, on Tuesday, October 18, 2023, with her daughter at her side. Born April 17, 1930, the daughter of the late Denzel N. White and Icie V. Mohler White.
Surviving Deloris are her son, Richard E. Pratt, II, and wife Janet of Clarksburg, WV, and daughter, Crystal A. Pratt Peters Stevens, and husband Gerald of Fairmont. She is also survived by granddaughters, Jennifer L. Pratt Szendre (Andrew) of Moultonborough, NH, and Paige Peters Whitman (Allie) of Charleston, WV. Deloris is also survived by three stepdaughters, Diane Luckey, Pam Hayes, and Tammy Jo Connelly. Also surviving are several step-grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by one brother, James Edward White, the father of her children, Richard E. Pratt, James O. Dean, and the love of her life, Cordell A. Luckey. Also preceding her in death was her best friend since first grade, Lois Brown Webb.
Deloris was a secretary employed by Harrison County Schools, Nutter Fort Grade School, and Roosevelt-Wilson High School, as well as being the first librarian at the Nutter Fort Library. Among Deloris’s many passions were her love of West Virginia football, traveling with her husband Cordell to many home and away games. Her other passions included spending time with her family and friends, and crafting.
Deloris’s wish of donating her body to further medical research was granted by West Virginia University. A private memorial for the family will be held later.