Marty Carlucci

Marty CarlucciIt breaks our heart to say Marty Carlucci passed away Sunday night. He was so special to all that knew him and loved him. Marty was a beautiful person with a great sense of humor and a heart of gold. He was gentle and sincere. He was the son of Dorothy and Vincent Carlucci, and the oldest son in a family of 6. He was brother to Elizabeth, Stephanie, Maribeth, Joseph and myself, Rosemary.
His greatest love and joy was his wife and children. He was an adoring husband to Roseanne Carlucci and proud father of Kristine, Mathew and Kathleen Carlucci, and adoring grandfather to Andrew,Liberty and Alli Rose. Marty was grateful for his daughter-in-law Amanda, and truly proud and thankful for his son-in-law Chuck. Marty’s smile could light any room and he will be so missed here on earth, but there is comfort in knowing we all gained an angel…
a guardian angel.
Your spirit and light will live on in each of us big brother, and I personally thank you for your wisdom and all that you taught me.
Your model of love is imprinted in my heart. You took the long and winding road… and finally you are free of pain, and the peace you longed for is truly yours. I’m so gratful for you and our time together and I will always love you Marty

A note from some of his children

It was sad that Damien died alone in the hospital and no one knew he had any family or friends & laid there for some time in that cold place, he must have gone  into the hospital thinking  he would leave on his own two feet.

But he did not stay that way he was found, and we brought him to lay beside his mother, sister and other family members. A place we believe he would have truly choose for himself. We hope he rests there in peace and is happy there and that the beautiful plaque we ordered for him from the United States Army would have been something he loved. He often spent his free time fixing and cleaning old military plaques at different cemeteries.

We are sorry there was no service for him we just did not know how to handle things and there were mixed feelings since we were not close for some time.

We set up this site for him, his friends and family so that he is not forgotten and anyone who cares to can leave comments and share pictures can if they choose to.

We believe Damien (Bill) paid the ultimate price buy dieing alone in that hospital and some of us believe all his past sins  have been forgiven and  the God of his understanding has taken him to a sober place where he will be safe.

There will surely be friends of Bill waiting to greet him at the door.

And they will reminisce, laugh and cry with stories of how they trudged the road to happy destiny.

Rest in peace Damien William (Bill) Murphy