Eunice Luscombe

Obituary of Eunice Elaine Luscombe

Eunice Elaine Luscombe age 75 of Westminster Colorado sadly and unexpectedly left us on August 26th 2023, from an illness, surrounded and supported by friends and family.  

Eunice is predeceased by her son Ronald Dean Luscombe Jr, and her Husband Ronald Dean Luscombe. and they left behind Son Raymond Dean Luscombe, Daughter in Law Kamae Luscombe of Westminster, CO, 3 grandchildren: Colin Luscombe of Fort Collins, Quintin Luscombe of Fort Collins, & Sedona Clark of Westminster. Son Ryon Luscombe, Daughter in Law Samantha Luscombe, 2 grandchildren Jake Kluba of Evans and Carissa Kluba of Littleton. 

Eunice was born as an only child to Otha & Dorothy Boldman in Boulder Colorado, and in her early years moved to Winfield Kansas where she attended and graduated from Winfield High School in 1965. Upon Eunice’s graduation she headed west to Denver where her mother was living. She met her soon to be husband when picking up her mother from her job at Rickenbaugh Motor’s, her mother introduced her to her future husband, Ronald “Dean” Luscombe.  

Eunice and Dean were married and had 3 boys, the first-born Ron Jr. passed at the age of 2 in a car accident. Raymond & Ryon were the inspiration of Eunice’s life, she threw herself into any activity or hobby the boys were interested in, and then the boys landed on BMX racing. Eunice helped at all of the Colorado tracks with registration and scoring. Later, she and Dean ran Sky High BMX in Arvada and the indoor races in Longmont for over 10 years. Eunice was everybody's “track-mom”, helping shape a generation of BMX kids.  

Eunice had a lively spirit and a fun sense of humor. There was no topic that was off limits. She was an avid Avalanche and Broncos Fan. She was an amazing grandmother who loved them with all her heart. She will be missed.  

In honor of her memory, there will be a Celebration of Life at Ray & Kamae Luscombe’s home in Westminster, Colorado, Sunday, October 8, 2023 from 12: 00 – 4:00. Donations in Eunice’s name can be made to the Max Fund of Denver at 

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