Pamela Sue Luedtke

November 28, 1951 - February 1, 2023

Pamela Sue Luedtke (Lewis) 71, born November 28, 1951 died February 1, 2023 after a courageous battle with cancer.  Pam was born in Alliance Nebraska to Carl and Luella (Buck) Lewis.  She attended Lincoln Northeast High School where she graduated in 1969.  She married Ron Williams in 1969 and they moved to San Diego while Ron served in the Navy.   Pam and Ron had 3 children in their 20 years of marriage, Ronnie, Kerry, and Seth. Pam married Randy Luedtke on May 16, 1992 which added daughters April and Melissa to their family.   Pam’s greatest gifts were her children, grandchildren and her love of her savior Jesus Christ.

Pam is survived by husband of 31 years Randy; sons Ronnie Williams (Brandee) and Seth Williams (Kellie); daughters Kerry Peterson, April (Joel) Hatcher, and Melissa Sieber; grandchildren Ashten and Alexa Williams, Grace and Tanner Peterson, Hope and Eve Sieber, Alex, Hayden and Jase Hatcher; her mother Luella Lewis; and brother Eric;  Grandpups Millie, Maddie, Milo and Kimber.

Met in Heaven by her father Carl Lewis, two angel baby sons and best friend Susan.

Celebration of life will be held on Monday, February 6, 2023, at Capitol City Christian Church at 3:00 p.m., 7800 Holdrege St.

Cremation/no visitation. Memorials to the family for future designation.



Celebration of Life


Capitol City Christian Church

7800 Holdrege St., Lincoln, NE

Share a Memory or Condolence

February 8, 2023

I will miss your one of a kind smile and your huggies. Love you

– Mike Hubenka
February 6, 2023

Pam met me as a young 18 year old mom. She watched me grow and was an amazing friend. We shared our path through cancer but in the end the Lord lifted her up so no more pain would be endured. I know she’s in paradise and is enjoying every moment. Till we meet again amiga. Loves

– Veronica Artiaga
February 5, 2023

This woman was a special ray of light on earth I loved her energy, her outlook on everything, and how she molded herself into any situation or conversation around her. She is amazing and beautiful and in heaven they will see what we did Jesus already had it was time to receive rest and love in the afterlife see you again much love and respect

– Josie polen
February 5, 2023

I worked at Outback and waited on Randy & Pam many times!! The best time was when Randy bought her a gorgeous necklace and I had the honor of putting it on her!! From then on we were friends! She was funny, raunchy and a simple delight!! I will miss waiting on you at The Isles. Godspeed, Wueen

– Lisa P
February 4, 2023

Every time I saw Pam I was greeted by her big beautiful smile and a tight warm embrace with a little wiggle. I will remember you always Pam. Rest easy that beautiful soul of yours. We forever love and will miss you.

– Connie Jo Newman
February 4, 2023

Pam was a wonderful person. I always looked forward to my talks with her. I will miss her. So sorry for your loss!!

– Jake Akerson
February 4, 2023

Perfect picture of who Pam was. She was a happy, joyful, and add some spice to life, lady. She could make anyone feel like a million dollars. She was never to tired for a friend. Will miss her very much. My condolences to all her family. She loved you all very much

– Julie Stovall
February 3, 2023

Lu and Eric – I am so saddened to read of Pam’s passing. The picture is just as I remember her with that smile on her face. I met her when she was 10 years old and saw her grow up. I know Carl met her with his loving arms around her. Thinking of you both.

– Marty Berg
February 3, 2023

Pam was a delight to be around! We had so much fun working together at Dairy Queen back in 1980/81. She was kind and supportive all while being happy and funny, no matter how late we had to stay and clean up. She will be dearly missed but never forgotten. Rest in Peace my friend, rest in peace.

– David Conaway
February 3, 2023

On behalf of the LNE CLASS OF 1969, we mourn the loss of a very special woman. We celebrate the life of Pam. She will be missed in this world ♥️

– Patricia Prochnow
February 3, 2023

Pam was a breath of fresh air and always had a grin/smile on her face for all. She will be missed for sure!!!

– Leola Allen
February 3, 2023

Pam was one of the most amazing people I have ever met. She inspired so many. She will be truly missed. Prayers and hugs to all.


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