I remember when my mother began writing her book, her small manual typewriter sat on the kitchen table and her box of typewritten pages lay neatly in a box beside it. I was twelve years old at the time. I would sometimes sneak a look at her pages while she was away from the table and was fascinated by her writing. We had a tall, homemade bookcase, that my father made, and here my mother kept her research library. On one of the shelves stood a most interesting title, Pistis Sophia. I remember always looking up at the shelf and that book, but never once did I touch it or take it down, but it always intrigued me…
On April 25, 2015 at 6:00 AM my mother, Lauretta Lueck passed away peacefully in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
The responsibility and privilege of seeing that her work is kept alive and passed on is now shared by her surviving children: Cindy, Byron, Murray, and Judy.
Missing you immensely Mom,
With enduring Love,