The family of Lucas James Hearn announce his unexpected passing in Medicine Hat on Friday, February 24, 2023, at the age of 32 years. Lucas’ memory will be forever cherished by his mother, Kathy Bullock and his step-father, Larry; step-sister, Ashley and her children, Kai and Soleil; aunt, Linda and her children, Elyse and Tom; uncle, Kevin (Deb) and their children, Heather and Jeffrey; aunt, Sandra and her daughters, Tera and Kelsey. Lucas had a passion for learning and was an enormous history buff. You could ask him anything regarding history and Lucas had the answer... you would just have to have the time to listen. He also enjoyed spending time on his computers which eventually had him working doing tech support. Lucas was a very nice man who wasn’t really social but had a good sense of humour and an old soul. He will be deeply missed! A private time of reflection and visitation will be held with dignified cremation to follow.
With our deepest sympathy on the passing of Luc. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
It is with great sadness to learn of the passing of Luke. Our deepest condolences go out to you all & are held deep in our hearts! Love you & miss you, Loretta & Dale xoxo
Lucas was a long-time member of our Legacy SYKES Canada family now Foundever and had been employed with us for over 7 years. As his Team Lead, I had the honor of getting to know him personally. He was kind, understanding and very methodical. He never had a bad word to say about anyone. He took every day as a blessing and loved his time here with us. He helped his coworkers any time he could and loved cracking jokes to lighten the mood. He was always working on self-development and brought a list of things he wanted to work on to every single meeting me had. He was a delight to talk to and he will be missed.
I worked with Lucas for the better part of 5 years. He was always an upbeat, helpful, enjoyable co-worker, he will be missed.
Condolences to his family and friends.
Hey Luke. I'm sorry about what happened. Okay, I'm not good at these things. But some of my first memories are with you playing nintendo in the basement of your mom's house or playing soccer in my backyard. I've been thinking about you for the last couple years. I didn't even realize you lived in the same city man. I hope you're doing good up there Luke. You sure will be missed man. I'll see you again one day buddy, watch over your mom man. :) thanks for memories man
From Jesse culligan
I've played videos games with Lucas for years. All of his friends in our online group know as the KAG will miss him dearly. I can't believe he is gone. I'll miss his cheery voice on discord, and playing the latest games with him. With love from Arizona, USA.
I've known Lucas since probably around 2008 from playing online video games. He has been a great friend and teammate over the years and he will be missed. I noticed that he hadn't been online in several weeks and that's how I found out about this, and it is just really really sad. My condolences to his family and anyone else who knew him. I'll miss him a lot.
I've been playing games with Lucas since 2011, and I have had frequent contact almost weekly since then. He was always willing to play and offer advice, and I enjoyed having conversations about history with him. We have a few games premiering this year that we were all looking forward to playing together and they won't be the same without him. Thanks for the memories and laughs Lucas. All the love from Oregon USA.
I have known Lucas, like many others, since around 2008 from our online gaming group (KAG). He was a good friend, a great person, and a awesome teammate. Over the years there has been a ton of amazing and fond memories playing videos games with him and talking with him over discord about history and life. He will be missed. My condolences to his family.
Lucas, you were part of the Honor Guard. One of the core. I still don't believe it. You were a great friend, and when I leave this mortal coil, I look forward to once again, stand beside you and take on evil. You were taken far too soon and will absolutely be missed brother. Glory to the KAG. Glory to Lucas. O7
I knew Lucas for over a decade as a fellow member of the KAG gaming group. He was always willing to impart his knowledge to anyone who needed help, and I enjoyed our talks throughout the years. Requiescat in pace, Lucas. Prayers from Nebraska, USA.
A large group of Lucas' friends, myself included, discovered of his unexpected passing yesterday after we took notice that he was not online or responding to messages. I've been trying to think of the right worlds to express my utmost sorrow for the passing of Lucas, and I don't think I'll be able to express the true depth of how the pain this has left among his friends. While he may have been described as not very social, I really want his family and friends to know how much of a profound impact Lucas had on so many lives all around the globe.
While I've only known Lucas around 10 years or so, he was one of the most humorous, caring, and upbeat people I've ever had the pleasure of knowing. Knowing Lucas has easily changed my life, he was such an easy going and genuine good soul. If you were sad, he'd be the first one to crack a joke in efforts to cheer you up. If you were mad, he'd be the first person to mediate. And largely if you just ever felt alone, he'd be the first one to join you to make sure you were not. The world is a much dimmer place without Lucas in it, and I'm absolutely devastated that he is no longer apart of it.
I'm happy to have met Lucas and call him a friend. I'd give anything to go back and have one more conversation with him. I don't want to say good bye, this is just see you later brother. From Florida to Canada with much love.
It hurts so much to have you gone Lucas (AKA Wandy Pondy) it was always a great time playing with you and talking to you from everything from Mobile Games, to everything we played together online. You were a great soul and you will be missed dearly by me and the rest of the boys. I know when we see you again we will all be hanging out playing just like the good ol' days. Fly high brother you will be missed.
I have known Lucas as Wanderer for many years. He will be deeply missed by me and everyone else he has gamed with. He was cheerful and always had something interesting to share about history or some funny story.
To his family, I wish you all the best and prayers for your journey of healing. The recovery will be hard but keep his memories near to your heart and the healing process will not ache as bad.