James D. Lucia, Sr

1942 ∼ 2019

DENISE SELLEW of Port Charlotte FL wrote:

I cannot believe you are gone. Had a lot of wonderful memories and a wonderful son together. So glad we remained friends through the years. We will all miss you and remember all the wonderful times together.

Donna Graziano of Wareham,MA wrote:

Jamie and Jimmy I am so sorry for the loss of your dad.Your father was a very caring man.We have memories of family get togethers.I truly appreciated the respect that he had for papa and meme.He will be missed by many. Jim now that God has called you home may you rest in peace.

Jamie D. Lucia-White of S. Easton, MA wrote:

I’m not sure where 50+ years went, but I’m still not ready to not have a dad. I’m not ready to say or type the words... my dad passed away. We’ve been through a lot in 50 years, both the good and bad, but at the end of the day you taught me more than I realized. The greatest of these was about love, faith, and forgiveness. I love you and a part of you will be with me forever (especially when one of your corny jokes or dadisms comes out of my mouth). RIP Dad and say hi to Grammy and Grampy. Revelation 21:4, ESV: "He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away.”

Gretchen Maurer of Norton MA wrote:

Dear Lucia Family: Today it was with great sadness that we learned of your Dad’s death. Your Dad was the only insurance man we ever had——- 38 years!!! He was such a nice, kind and caring person, he always went above and beyond when ever we had insurance questions. We will truly miss him. You are in our thoughts and prayers. With our deepest sympathy, Gretchen Maurer & Len Travers

Donna R. Conn Zirk of Dunbar, WV 25064 wrote:

Mr. Lucia was my band director at Garfield High School in Hamilton, Ohio. He was also a friend you could turn to for some words of wisdom. He gave me some needed and cherished words of wisdom as a gangly teenager just trying to figure out what path to take. I never forgot Mr. Lucia.