Luke Pilon

Pilon, Luke a resident of Wallaceburg passed away May 22, 2017 at the age of 37. Born on July 16, 1979 in Wallaceburg Ontario. Son of Rick and Joyce Pilon and predeceased by his mother Shelley Chauvin. Father of Anthony Gillam Wright of Chatham and Drew Gillam Wright of Alberta. Bother of Lance Pilon and Lee Pilon, both of Chatham. Grandson of Ralph Chauvin and the late Marion Chauvin of Wallacburg and Lorna Pilon of Wallaceburg. Survived by many nieces and nephews, stepchildren, cousins, family and friends. Donations to the Mental Health Association of Chatham Kent in Luke’s memory would be appreciated by the family. Visitation will take place on Sunday May 28, 2017 at Living Faith Community Church 530 Victoria Ave from 2:00-4:00 pm with a funeral service following immediately at 4:00pm in the church. Cremation to follow. Online condolences are welcome at

7 Comments on “Luke Pilon”

  1. my thoughts are with the family at this time and that they find strength , hope and as a family try to unite and bond on this difficult time. God bless Jp Day and Lisa Merson.

  2. No words can ever express the sadness your going through,Luke was an amazing person,he still is!He taugh us all to always try no matter what and to be thoughtful of others,you dont know what there going though,and dont assume you do!!!Sadness is a scarey thing and being afaird is awful and not knowing the hows is not a great feeling either so you dont get helped because you dont know how to and people judge because your stuggleing to not be sad anymore,
    Luke was my hero when he was alive
    He helped save my life
    And I didn’t meet him face to face until yesterday
    We tryed to help eachother
    He saved me from myself
    He is free from all of his pain
    He is my angle like he is yours
    Hes still trying to help and so am I lol
    He taught me a lot 🙂
    Always & Forever Yours….

  3. It’s always hard to lose someone who mean the world to you. I’m so so sorry for your loss. Luke was a wonderful soul. Stay strong. God bless you during this difficult time.

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