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Luke Perry Obituary: During the 1990s, Luke Perry rose to fame playing the role of teen heartthrob Dylan McKay on the popular television show “Beverly Hills, 90210.” Before getting his big break on 90210, Perry got his start in the acting world by performing in soap operas. The show created by Aaron Spelling about young people navigating life in Beverly Hills became a massive hit and ran from the years 1990 to 2000. In 1995, Perry bowed out of the series, only to return for the show’s final two seasons. On the CW show “Riverdale,” which he was currently starring in, he played the role of Fred Andrew, Archie Andrew’s father. On February 27th, Fox made the announcement that a new version of “Beverly Hills, 90210” would be produced with the majority of the original cast returning. Perry’s commitments to “Riverdale” prevented him from becoming a series regular on the show, but he was considering making a guest appearance. His children Jack and Sophie, who he had with his ex-wife Rachel Sharp and his fiancee Wendy Madison Bauer, will carry on his legacy. Full Obituary
Dorothy Ann Luke, 98, of Exeter: At the age of 98, Dorothy Ann Luke of Exeter, New Hampshire passed away at the Wesley Village Nursing and Care Center in Pittston on Monday, May 16, 2022. She was the daughter of Joseph Peeler, who passed away, and Anna Zavada Peeler, who also passed away, and she was born in Exeter on December 22nd, 1923. Dorothy attended St. Cecilia’s Parish Church in Exeter for the entirety of her life. She received her high school diploma from St. Cecilia’s Catholic High School after having completed her education at St. Cecilia’s Parochial School. Dorothy, after raising her children alongside her husband, made the decision to return to the workforce, and she worked at the Rex Shoe Factory until she retired. She had previously spent many years employed at the Wyoming Silk Mill. Full Obituary
Kenneth Luke New Iberia: Kenneth Luke, who was 77 years old and passed away on Monday, June 13, 2022, will be honored with a Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, June 18, 2022 at 11:00 am at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in New Iberia. Kenneth Luke passed away on Monday, June 13, 2022. The burial will be carried out in private. The Reverend Mark Derise has been asked to officiate the ceremony. At the Pellerin Funeral Home, visitation will begin on Friday at 5:00 pm and continue until 8:00 pm. On Saturday, visitation will begin at 9:00 am and continue until 10:30 am. On Friday evening, at 6:30 o’clock, the Men’s Rosary Group will lead prayer for the recitation of the rosary.
Mr. Luke, who currently resides in New Iberia, was born in Centerville on June 8, 1945. His parents, Herbert Luke and Yvonne Decuir Luke, have since passed away. Between the years 1979 and 1997, he owned and operated a Burger Chef restaurant, and between 1997 and 2010, he ran a Hardee’s restaurant. In addition, Mr. Luke was the owner of a bush hogging business, rental properties, and he flipped several houses. He went on numerous hunting expeditions across the United States and was extremely devoted to both his equines and canines. Hunting was his lifelong passion. Mr. Luke was able to strike up a conversation with anyone he came across and never knew a stranger. In addition to that, he enjoyed going to the casino, watching western movies, and spending the most time with his family. Full Obituary