Lidia Luhs


Lidia Luhs of Warwick, NY passed away on July 5, 2021 at Westchester Medical Center. She was 91 years old.


Born in Laredo, Texas on July 14, 1929, she was the daughter of Anistasio and Olivia (nee Gonzalez) Pena. Lidia lived in Jackson Heights prior to moving to Warwick.


Lidia was a retired secretary for Ciba-Geigy in Ardsley, NY


Lidia is survived by her loving children, Anthony Luhs of Warwick and Tracy Colman of Florida, NY; two grandchildren, Katrina and Ryan Colman; two great-grandchildren; and brother, Benjamin Pena of College Point, NY.  She was predeceased by her husband George W. Luhs and two sisters, Otilla Roderick and Orpha Sperry.


A memorial service will be held at a future date.


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I am saddened to hear of Lidia's passing, and I remember her fondly. She was my favorite landlady; I rented the upstairs front apartment from '91-95. She was a nice, honest woman, and would often share tea or her delicious soups. Rest in Paradise, Lidia, in the arms of Our Savior.
Kelley Barry
I was fortunate to have spent time with Lidia and found her to be a joy to be around. She was always concerned about me (at the time I had significant health issues) and would check on me and her grandson, Ryan, would do the same. We would often have tea and a dessert - I enjoyed her company. I had a big black dog who took to both Lidia and Ryan. They say dogs always know who the good ones are - I truly believe that. My sympathy to both you, Ryan, and your family. Pat Saye
Pat Saye
My grandmother was a godly woman, a real prayer warrior. She, my grandmother, lived a long life in this world and she shared a great deal of her memories and her thoughts with me. I loved my grandmother dearly and all of the summers I spent living at her home, and then moving into her home on my 14th birthday up until I moved out in 2012, after my time in the Marines and College - I was 25)… Lidia Luhs was truly a grand mother and I will sorely miss her. I only wish she had a proper funeral and service, that I got to talk to her one more time, I will see her again in glory, waiting in God's Kingdom.
Ryan Colman
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