Peter Lucca
Friday
6
February

Visitation

10:00 am - 11:00 am
Friday, February 6, 2015
St. Simon Stock Parish/ Our Lady Of Mt. Carmel Church
White Horse Pike At Franklin Ave
Berlin

Additional Obit Info

Peter was born and raised in Hammonton. He often spoke and was most proud of hIis serviceto his country in the Army spanning both WWII and the Korean War as a 1st. Lieutenant. He work 36 years with RCA as a methods engineer on both the Apoolo & Aegis projects; and huis subsequent livelihood as a local Christmas tree grower. Sincere thanks from Peter's family to the many doctors and nurses who provided excellent medical care to Peter through the years. Heartfelt appreciation to the wonderful women/nurses from Comfort Keepers and Compassionate Care Hospice whose dedication and kindness were without equal. Special gratitude to Bill Huston and family for years of vauled help and friendship.

Obituary of Peter Paul Lucca

On February 1, 2015 Peter Lucca age 92 died in the house he built 57 years ago with the help of family and friends. Beloved husband of the Frances E (nee Pisa) who predeceased him 2002. Devoted father of Paula A. Lucca of Clementon and Pamela E. and favorite son in law Thomas Dzielak of Atco, Dear brother of the late Stephen and his wife Marie Cuzzilla of Hamilton, the late Joseph and his wife Harriet Lucca of Vineland and the late Frances and the late Angelo DiSalvo. Loving uncle to many nieces and nephews. Peter was born and raised in Hammonton. He often spoke and was most proud of his service to his country in the Army spanning both WWII and the Korean War as a 1st. Lieutenant. He work 36 years with RCA as a methods engineer on both the Apollo & Aegis projects; and his subsequent livelihood as a local Christmas tree grower. Sincere thanks from Peter's family to the many doctors and nurses who provided excellent medical care to Peter through the years. Heartfelt appreciation to the wonderful women/nurses from Comfort Keepers and Compassionate Care Hospice whose dedication and kindness were without equal. Special gratitude to Bill Huston and family for years of valued help and friendship. Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Peter's family this Friday 10 to 11 AM at St. Simon Stock Parish/ Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, 178 W. White Horse Pike at Franklin Ave, Berlin,, NJ 08009, where his Memorial Mass will be celebrated at 11 AM. Internment of his cremated remains with Military Honors will follow at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Berlin. Peter's family requests in lieu of flowers, donations in his memory be made to the Church at the above address»(Do not delete this line. It does not print. Text that is to appear on web must be entered before this line) Peter was born and raised in Hammonton. He often spoke and was most proud of hIis serviceto his country in the Army spanning both WWII and the Korean War as a 1st. Lieutenant. He work 36 years with RCA as a methods engineer on both the Apoolo & Aegis projects; and huis subsequent livelihood as a local Christmas tree grower. Sincere thanks from Peter's family to the many doctors and nurses who provided excellent medical care to Peter through the years. Heartfelt appreciation to the wonderful women/nurses from Comfort Keepers and Compassionate Care Hospice whose dedication and kindness were without equal. Special gratitude to Bill Huston and family for years of vauled help and friendship.
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