Luke’s interests were varied, ranging from baseball, to chess, piano, then drums, skiing, hiking and chemistry. He had a natural ability for anything involving math. He loved good food, often in the form of huge burgers or big breakfasts. Luke loved to challenge the norms and test established rules. His friends found him to be charming, yet with a uniquely twisted sense of humor. He had travelled to France, Switzerland and twice to Israel.
Luke struggled with a heroin addiction for 6 years which took hold of him at age 20. This disease tragically caused his death on April 18th. He will be deeply missed by his friends, family, and all who knew him.