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Angelina M. “Ann” (Veneziano) Luchini, 94

    Angelina M. “Ann” (Veneziano) Luchini, 94,  passed away April 18, 2014 in Carlsbad, New Mexico. She was the wife of Louis Luchini (USAF ret) who died in 1983. 
    She was born in Milford, daughter of the late Flaminio and Josephine (Mussulli) Veneziano and lived in Milford for her first 29 years. She was a graduate of the Milford High School class of 1938.   
    As the wife of an Air Force officer, Ann lived in many interesting places while raising their two children, including: Japan, Florida, Hawaii, and Missouri. When her children had left the nest, Ann took a job as a salesperson at a department store in St. Louis, MO. Later she was a salesperson at a gift shop in Vienna, VA. She retired in 1994. In 2004 she moved to Oregon to live with her son. In 2006 she moved to New Mexico where she lived with her daughter until her passing.   
    Her two brothers, Alfred (Whitey) Veneziano and Matthew Veneziano predeceased her.  
    She is survived by her daughter, Ann Luchini; her son, David Luchini; two grandchildren, Mark Luchini, and Eva Luchini; two great-grandchildren; her two sisters-in-Law, Tootsie Veneziano and Josie Veneziano;  and many nieces and nephews.   
    The funeral will be held Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at 9 A.M. from the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home 46 Water St.   A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 A.M. at the Sacred Heart Church in Milford. The burial will follow in the Sacred Heart Cemetery in Milford.   
     Calling hours will be held at the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home on Tuesday from 5 to 8 P.M.   
    In lieu of flowers  donations may be made to the American Heart Association, PO Box 417005 Boston, MA 02241-7005    

Guest Book

We have such fond memories of Ann and her husband Lou. We spent some great moments with them through the years in Hawaii, St. Louis and Washington, D.C. Ann was always so kind and gracious. Our deepest and most sincere sympathy to Annie, David, and the extended family.
Ray and Jocie Kazanjian

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Luchini family. Ann was a sweet, soft-spoken gracious lady. As a godmother, she was a kind person and an excellent role model. I was fortunate to be able to visit with her in Vienna VA. My mother, June Rice is visiting here in Fairfax VA and remembers your mother fondly. They had many great times together with Tootsie.
June Rice and Marghi Rice Guarino

I feel blessed to have known Mrs. Luchini since childhood, her infectious laugh always made me smile and hands down she made the best tortellini soup ever. I will always cherish the memories spent with her and Mr. Luchini. My heart goes out to her entire family.
Michelle Pedone

Ann Luchini was a gracious and lovely lady. Lou and Ann were very close friends in St Louis and in Virginia. I worked with Lou at the Defense Mapping Agency. They were god-parents to my son Stephen. We had many great times together, which I will always remember and cherish. I will share my photos of Ann and Lou with Annie, David and the grandchildren. My heart is so sad at her passing. I will remember her and Lou with great fondness, forever.
Stephen P. Pedeone, Lt. Col., USAF, Retired

Ann was and will always be a great part of our family. Lou and Ann were godparents to my son Stephen. I will cherish my memories of our wonderful times together. My children remember the many holidays we spent with her and Lou. They always looked forward to her wonderful cooking and the kindness she showed them. My sincerest sympathies to her family. We will miss her.
Liz Fernandez Grant

What a grand lady. It was my pleasure to know both she, her husband and family in Missouri. She and Lou made the world a better place for their having been here. My sympathies to the family.
David Black

Grandmother will be missed. Her great grandchildren, Angelo and Ambrose, will always remember the sweet sound of her laugh.
Eva Luchini

We will all miss Mrs. Luchini. Her smile and sparkling eyes brought light to our days. She loved her family and was proud of her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. My sympathy is extended to her family and friends.
Susan McCollaum

I was glad to get to know Mrs. Luchini through my friend, her daughter, Ann, here in Carlsbad. I'll always remember her laugh and great sense of humor. She loved to tell old stories of her husband and family. I will miss her and keep her family in my prayers and be will Ann as she needs a friend.
Jenny Grinstead

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