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Celebrating the life of

Lawrence Richard Lucey

Passed away on April 08, 2023

Lawrence Richard Lucey

Lawrence Richard Lucey, 74, passed away peacefully at home in Savannah, Georgia surrounded by his loving family on April 8, 2023. He was born on April 24, 1948, in Cambridge, Massachusetts to the late Rose Virginia (LeBlanc) Lucey and Lawrence John Lucey. He grew up in Woburn, Massachusetts with his brother Will.

Larry was a proud Navy veteran having served two tours in Vietnam with the Seabees.

He met the love of his life, Patty, at a house party in 1973 and they spent the next fifty years together. They married on May 30, 1982, and spent most of their lives living happily in Stratham, New Hampshire with their two daughters, Diana and Kristen. They loved to travel and spoke fondly of their two cross-country trips.

Larry worked as a heavy equipment operator and was a thirty-five-year member of the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 4 in Boston. With the union, he was involved in a number of projects including the construction of the Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant and the Big Dig.

Larry loved spending time with his family on Lake Winnipesaukee. He loved fishing and taking his family out on his boat. He enjoyed running, skiing, ice skating, and tending to his vegetable garden. He filmed every aspect of his family’s lives, from gymnastics meets to Caribbean vacations or even just riding bikes in the driveway. He always had his camera with him and loved documenting their lives.

After retirement, they relocated to Savannah, Georgia. He enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren and living by the water.

He is preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife Patricia (Waden) Lucey, their two daughters, Diana (Luke) Grahame and Kristen (Cory) Szostowski, his grandchildren who he loved very much, Theo Lawrence Grahame (10), Cecilia Lucey Grahame (7), and Nolan Anthony Grahame (4), and his brother Willard (Shari) Lucey. He had many lifelong friends.

Larry suffered from Parkinson’s Disease and fought it for over thirty years. He had a life filled with love and adventure with people he cherished. His family will miss him dearly but is grateful for all the good times spent with him and glad he is no longer suffering. His family would like to thank all the wonderful people who helped in his care.

He will be laid to rest at the Beaufort National Cemetery with military honors, in Beaufort, South Carolina, 11:00 a.m., Monday, May 8, 2023.   I

n lieu of flowers, please donate to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research in Larry’s memory.

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All the Gallagher family is very sorry for your loss

- David Gallagher, Everett , Ma

We loved knowing Larry. He was so smart. He loved his family and life. He was giving and we enjoyed spending time with him. He was courageous re his battle with Parkinson’s and told me once that he didn’t want people to feel sorry for him because he had time to spend with his family and enjoy life despite his illness. A good example for all of us. ❤️

- Donna and Bob Pare, Stratham , NH

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- Sandy Keeler, Bethlehem , NH

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So sorry the loss of a very kind man

- Sandy Keeler, Bethlehem , NH

My thoughts go out to Larry & his family. I’m so very sorry for your loss. May your memories bring you all comfort and peace.

- Tricia Lane, Tilton, NH

I was lucky enough to spend time with the Lucey family growing up down the street for them in NH. I have many fond memories of Larry as a caring and loving Father to Diana and Kristen. We always had so much fun at their lake house where Larry would take us out on his boat. I’m lucky to have known Larry and I feel deep sadness for the Lucey Family. I’m sending them all my love.

- Stacey (Pare) Urueta, Saint Petersburg , Florida

Patty, we were so sorry to hear about Larry. Please know we are thinking of you and the girls.

- Joyce & Arol Charbonneau, Stratham , NH

Patty, I was so sorry to hear about Larry. We always had a great time when all the boys went to the Blessing of the Bikes in Colebrook, NH. We also shared many a good time up at the lake. I will keep Larry in my thoughts and prayers.

- Bill Reynolds, Stoneham , MA

Patty, I was so sorry to hear about Larry. We always had a great time when all the boys went to the Blessing of the Bikes in Colebrook, NH. We also shared many a good time up at the lake. I will keep Larry in my thoughts and prayers.

- Bill Reynolds, Stoneham , MA

My thoughts go out to Patty, and his family. I will always have fond memories of my younger years with Larry, he was a great friend.

- cynthia sakowich, Chelmsford, Massachusetts

My thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time. Larry was such a kind, warm person. So thankful I had the opportunity to know him in NH. Wishing you peace and love, Kathy Krane

- Kathy Krane, East Kingston, New Hamshire

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Remembering you on Memorial Day

- Patty, Savannah, GA

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel