Donald Luster

Donald C. Luster

Mayor at Dixmoor

170 W 145th Street, Harvey, Illinois, United States
HQ Phone:
(708) 389-6121

General Information


Pastor - True Vine Church

Vice Chair - Bridgeport Child Advocacy Coalition

Mayor - Village of Dixmoor

Pastor of Ark - The Covenant M.B. Church


Boston Technical High School

Bachelor of Science - Mathematics , Morgan State College

Masters - Divinity , Paine Theological Seminary

Recent News  

Cole Blooded - Brandon Cole to Xavier

His father, Donald Luster, preferred to distance himself from Brandon.
The current mayor of Dixmoor, IL, Donald has yet to speak or meet with his son. With Donald not in the picture, Brandon's step grandfather, Mike Flowers, has picked up the responsibility, stepping into a father-like role to his stepson. While Donny was no where to be found, Leslie took her only child into Mike and Diane's house in Matteson.

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Warned away by a letter from the police chief that later was called a mistake, newly elected Dixmoor Mayor Rev. Donald C. Luster did not attend what would have been his first Village Board meeting and a showdown of sorts Wednesday night.
Instead, he called a news conference for Thursday morning at Village Hall. "We have received internal correspondence stating that if Mr. Luster or his supporters were to attend the meeting, they would not be allowed on public property, and out of concern for the residents we knew would be here, we did not want to cause some kind of confrontation," Evangeline Levison, Luster's attorney, said outside the meeting. Luster pleaded guilty to robbery in 1991 and served probation. Luster said he is officially mayor because his election on April 3 was certified by a Cook County judge and he was sworn in late last week. "Donald Luster is not the mayor of Dixmoor. "[Luster] doesn't have the right to fire me. And he if he does, I will see him in court." Richard Devine took the unprecedented step of filing a lawsuit to oust Luster under the state law. Also appearing Wednesday night outside the meeting was Geri Moklak, Luster's former landlord in Park Forest, who has filed a complaint in Cook County Circuit Court seeking more than $5,000 in back rent and damages from Luster. Her assertion that Luster lived in Park Forest until June 30 raises anew the question of whether he met Dixmoor's requirement that a candidate live in the village for a year before filing an election petition. The pastor of True Vine Church, where Luster is associate pastor, showed his support at Wednesday's meeting.

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"I am very, very appalled," said Donald Luster, of Dixmoor.

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