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In lieu of flowers
Personal note from David Lucci's family
A big "thank you" to those of you who made a donation.
As mentioned, funds will be used to offset expenses for services associated with the funeral home. Any excess contributions will be donated to a non-profit (we're still doing our research) on a mission to provide research, education, care, and advocacy for the more than 300-million people around the world like our (brother/uncle) David who struggles to breathe with COPD or another lung-related condition.
Be sure to check back on this memorial website for updates and announcements including our plans for a "Celebration of Life" Zoom event.
Learn more about end-of-life planning like I did right here on this helpful website or go directly to their guide: everloved.com/printable-resou….
Joan and David Lucci's family -- Carol, Cynthia, Amara, Nicholas, and Alexander)
David A. Lucci of Fitchburg, Massachusetts died on October 1, 2021 after an extended illness, leaving behind his three sisters Carol Lucci, Joan Lucci, and Cynthia (Lucci ) Spadafore; niece and nephews Amara Lucci-McShain, Nicholas D. Spadafore, and Alexander Wetherbe.
Born October 18, 1951 in Fitchburg, David was the son of Ralph and Roberta (Birdie) Lucci (Filiau) who are now deceased. He was also predeceased by his sister Shabid (Mona) Lucci.
A graduate of Lunenburg …