Lisa, Brianna and Aria Luft

Lisa Luft, age 47, and her daughters, Brianna Luft, age 20, and Aria Luft, age 14, died December 26, 2017, in a car accident on the way to visit family in Colorado.

God Blessed Lisa with an amazing marriage of 25 years to Brandon. God also blessed them with six amazing children, Collin (his wife, Savana), Brianna, Ethan, Donavan, Aria, and Fischer.

Lisa served Christ working as a registered nurse at Clay County Health Department. Christ shined through her as the most Godly mother possible pouring love into her family at church activities, football, soccer, baseball, volleyball, wrestling and still finding time almost every day to go into beast mode for her intense workouts. Lisa and her entire family and the friends that came with them would be found in the front row at church ready for the forgiveness of sins to be proclaimed and given through the Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Brianna was blessed to be a “rock” in her Christian faith. Brianna was a shining example of the light of Christ in everything she did from singing in Choir, to rock climbing and being a leader in Student Council in High School (Kearney -2016) and in College (Missouri State University).  She was perfectly equipped to serve Christ majoring in Special Education. Being a fierce friend to everyone she knew she demanded excellence in morality and family commitment and Christlike living. Brianna’s “rock like” faith served as the greatest example of Christ to everyone in her life.

Aria was blessed to be the sweetest and most joyful 8th Grader (Kearney Middle School). Fierce and aggressive would be the best way to describe her athleticism in soccer, volleyball, and basketball. Aria served her Lord singing in the St. Stephen Lutheran Church youth praise and worship team “Potter’s Clay”. She had wonderful friendships, and was very close with her family. Aria had a smile that lit up the room, and reflected the love that Jesus had for her.

These three daughters of King Jesus, lived their lives each day reflecting His love to every person with whom they interacted in this life. We rejoice for them as they celebrate Victory today in His presence.  We pray God’s mercy on the broken hearts that are left behind even as we thank Him for His great love for each and everyone of us.

The funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. January 3, 2018 at St. Stephen Church in Liberty, Missouri. Pastor Joe Rodriquez and Pastor Calvin Kapels of St. Stephen will be officiating the service. Visitation will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. January 2, 2018 at St. Stephen Church.

Funeral arrangements in care of Fry-Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Kearney.

Our Sincere Condolences

Our entire agency mourns the loss of your family members. May God be your strength through this difficult transition of life on this earth until you are united with your loved ones again.
Thoughts and prayers with you and your family.
Don Tolly Insurance Agency, Inc

Brandon, Colin, Ethan, Donovan, and Fisher,
I am sorry for your great loss. I pray that the love of Jesus Christ brings you hope to trust in His words when He said, “I am the resurrection and the life.  Whoever believes in me will never die.  And even though he die, yet shall he live!   God’s peace.
Steven R Maske

We extend our deepest sympathy to you and your family.
May God rain peace and comfort like only He can. You are in our hearts. We love you all.
The Christian Family
Terrell, Sr., Tameron, Alexis, Terrell, Jr.

Brandon and boys,
Your faith is strong and unwavering. Your family is so loved. Our community is behind you always. Your girls will be sorely missed. They will await you with Jesus.
In Christ love,
Terry and Pat Clark
Shelby and KayLey Fegan