Loeck, CraigCraig A. Loeck age 67 of Lincoln, passed away August 23, 2017.  He was born November 27, 1949 in Omaha to Norman Johnson and Patricia Ann (Shaeffer) Johnson.  On November 7, 1959 Patricia Ann married Robert C. Loeck.  Robert adopted Craig and lovingly raised him as his own with Patricia Ann.  Craig has been a real estate agent for many years, most recently with Woods Brothers in Lincoln.

He is survived by his wife, Anita (Faas) Loeck of Lincoln.  Daughters and son-in-law, Katherine and Jamie Carestio of Hector, New York and Laura Jean Christie of San Jose, California.  Son, Sam Loeck of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  His father, Robert Loeck of Omaha.  Brothers and sisters-in-law, Daniel and Renee Loeck of Lincoln, Ben and Jane Loeck of Omaha.  His in-laws, Melvin and Maria Faas of Lincoln.  He was preceded in death by his mother, Patricia.

Memorial service will be held at 6:30 P.M. on Saturday, September 2, 2017 at Christ Lutheran Church, 4325 Sumner St. Lincoln.  No viewing or visitation.  Craig’s wishes were to be cremated.

Private family inurnment Wyuka Cemetery.

Memorials in lieu of flowers to Alcohol Anonymous Central Office, Lincoln or the Bryan Independence Center.

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26 Responses to Craig A. Loeck

  1. Wendy Francis says:

    I’m so glad I got to know you better these last few years Anita & Craig. I have fond memories of stories shared and phone messages exchanged. Anita, you & your family are in our thoughts & prayers. Much love & hugs. Wendy

  2. Cindi Hahn says:

    So very sorry for your lose Anita. You and your family are in my prayers?

  3. Chris Eiel says:

    Craig was a good friend. I will miss him very much. Via con Dios, mi amigo.

  4. David Carpenter says:

    The Open Road Racing community had a Great friend in Craig!! He will be sadly missed! We were fortunate to enjoy his company when we could!! He brightened up every place he stood!
    To his family & friends, we pass on our condolences!!
    God Speed Craig!

  5. Sheryl Oldham says:

    My prayers for you and the family, Anita. So very glad that I was able to work with the both of you in the handling of real estate transactions. Craig will be truly missed.

  6. Cynthia Garton says:

    Anita,I am sorry for your family’s loss.My condolences to all.

  7. Bill Porn says:

    Anita and family, Craig will be sorely missed by so many. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. Craig defined the term “Salesman”.

  8. Michael thomalla says:

    Craig was a man of his word and historical with his production in Real estate. He was always on the go and returned calls promptly. Wishing him the best Heaven can offer.

  9. Joe Ayres says:

    I met Craig 25 years ago when I sold a listing of his. My buyers talked about backing out and buying another property.Craig coached me and we closed. He was a first class Realtor and friend. God bless and rest in peace. Joe Ayres

  10. Joe Ayres says:

    I met Craig 25 years ago when I sold a listing of his. My buyers talked about backing out and 9buying another home. Craig coached me tirelessly and we closed. He was a first class Realtor and friend. God bless you and rest in peace, Craig. You will be missed by many. Joe Ayres

  11. Sue Morrison says:

    Will miss the billboards with that smile! I have never forgotten the support you both gave us when we suffered the loss of my sister, then her daughter a few years later.

    May the love and kindness be returned to you 100 x over as you travel this new journey.
    Gods Blessings.

  12. Karna Ahlschwede says:

    Craig sold our first home in 2004 and then helped Ron sell one in 2015. Craig was one of a kind. I will always remember something he said when we bought our home in 2004. Wise man, glad to have known him.

  13. Curtis Rogers says:

    So sorry for your loss. Your family is in my prayers.

  14. charlotte zager says:

    Anita and family, Please accept my deepest sympathy. Thoughts and
    prayers.

  15. Gene, Jane Walter & family says:

    Anita and family, please know that we will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers. So sorry for your loss.

  16. Peggy (Goings) Sundquist says:

    Craig had the ability to work with people like no other. He was direct & to the point without offending you. Anita, Katherine, Laura Jean and Sam – I hope we can all comfort you in this time of loss.
    Peggy

  17. Jayne Draper says:

    Anita and family, you know the very special place you and Craig hold in my heart. You were always there for me and for John. I will never forget. One of my fondest memories of late was observing you and Craig proudly enjoying a Lincoln Symphony concert with Sam performing. Bless you all. May Craig’s memory always be for blessing.

  18. Dan and Lynda Kester - Big Red Tire Pros says:

    Our deepest sympathies to you and your family Anita. Craig was one in a million – and so are you.

  19. Julie and Vaughn Flora says:

    Anita, Vaughn and I are so sorry for your loss. Craig was a special man. I met him in the late 80’s and was taken with him right away. Craig was a friend, one who I feel I could have called at any time for guidance and advice. He will be sorely missed by many who loved and respected him.

  20. Renae Oestmann says:

    Our condolences on your family’s loss. Craig was our real estate agent in selling one home and buying another. He was a true professional and so very kind. He was one in a million.

  21. Lisa olson says:

    Dr. bozarth was a very special guy!! I was move to Dr Bozarth bc Dr, Rieckmeyer crashed his bike! Dr Bozarth him self as the better looking Dr and I got lucky to be put with him lol. He was so easy to work the and very easy to answer to anwer questions about the surgery!! I am to have it done on September 28. I am hoping may leg surgery go’s back wit Dr. Reckmeyer again but I will forever be greatful for Doctor Bozarth!!!

  22. Gary and Janis Theiler says:

    Our deepest sympathy to the Loeck family. Craig was a great realtor and friend that we will remember forever. During the late 1970’s the interest rate was so high that it was nearly impossible to buy a home, but Craig helped made our dream come true! God bless him.

  23. Randy and Ronda Erway says:

    Our thoughts and prayers to the Locke Family. It seems like yesterday we were watching our kids play bass in orchestra, helping us sell a house or talking about his passion for cars. He was the kind of person you could never forget because of his positive outlook. He was the consummate professional that will be sorely missed and always remembered.

  24. A.Radke says:

    Craig was a good man. God bless him and his family in this time of loss.

  25. C L says:

    I’m so sorry to hear this. Please accept my deepest condolences. May your memories warm your heart and bring a smile to your face in time. My hope is that God will give you the strength and power you need to cope with the loss of your loved one. Isaiah 40:29

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