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Richard A. Lucchesi, Jr. 1984-2021

Richard A. Lucchesi Jr, (Ricky, Eric) 37, of Putnam, Ct. and formally from Woonsocket, RI.

was admitted into Hartford Hospital after fighting Covid 19 on 12/03/21 Richard reached

his finally stop and stepped off the train and onto his next journey.


Richard was born on May 27, 1984, in Woonsocket, RI. He was the loving son of Jacquelyn Bagley of Brick, NJ and the late Richard LucchesiSr., Woonsocket, RI.


Ricky grew up in the Woonsocket & Lincoln area where he attended the Lincoln schools and made many friends. Ricky also took the time to study and receive his certification to become a kennel assistant and was also certified in pet first aid & CPR.


Ricky eventually made his home in Putnam Ct. where he loved spending his time with family and friends. He loved his New England Patriots, video games and reading. Most of all Ricky had an unconditional love for animals.


Besides his parents Ricky leaves behind his two sisters; Jaime Lynn Scott her husband James and two nephews Braden and Brody Scott of Brick, NJ. Lindsey Lucchesi her companion Jeremy Arsenault and nephew Colin Barron of Woonsocket, RI.


Ricky’s love and enthusiasm for people he met throughout his travels brought him great joy and the lifetime friendships of both Nick and Shannon Brodeur of Smithfield, RI. and a second mom and father Pauline and Peter McNaught of Lincoln, RI. Ricky also leaves behind many aunts, uncles and cousins.


Ricky was proceeded in his final destination by Grandparents, Louis & Josephine Goulet, Vincent and Solange Lucchesi and Step father Raymond Bagley, Jr.


Family omits visitation at this time. A celebration of Richard Lucchesi, Jr. (Ricky) will be held at a later date.


In remembrance of Ricky donations to your local animal shelter would be greatly appreciated.


We would like to thank all our family and friends for the love and prayers they have shown


both Ricky and our family during this difficult time. We also want to thank the ICU Covid Unit at Hartford Hospital for the care, dedication and compassion they have shown.


Forever Grateful.





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