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John E. Lussier
November 4, 1962 ~ December 30, 2023 (age 61) 61 Years Old
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John E. Lussier, (61), of Woonsocket, RI passed away unexpectedly on December 30, 2023.
He is survived by his beloved wife Donna Lussier, his daughter Christina Lussier, and his two lovable cats, Rosie and Lulu. He also leaves behind three brothers, a sister, and four aunts, including Anita Gannon, and many cousins, including Aline Owens. He is predeceased by his mother Lucille Swist, father, uncles and brother Paul Lussier.
He was married to Donna for 37 years (together for 43), and loved going on family vacations all over the country. He was an avid farmer, and found meaning in nature. He spent his free time as a softball coach for his daughter’s team helping to lead them to a championship win in 2010.
John was an exceptional man, the kind of person that was always there for anyone and everyone without hesitation. His life goal was to be the person someone could go to when they didn’t know how to do something. He enjoyed sharing his skills and knowledge with anyone who needed assistance.
His greatest passion was his family. Everyone knew how much love and pride he had for his daughter’s accomplishments, always serving as Christina’s loudest cheerleader. He worked hard to build a wonderful life with his family, always balancing dedication with a fatherly sense of humor.
John received his bachelor’s degree in Electronic Engineering from New England Institute of Technology. He was employed at IEP Technologies Combustion Research Center HOERBIGER Safety Solutions in Marlborough, MA. Through his company he received his Blasting Certificate of Competency.
After work, John would often be found in his garden tending to his many plants and projects. He enjoyed bowling, going to concerts, hanging out with his conspiracy theory group, and was a die-hard Star Trek fan. John was an active member of the Wallum Lake Rod and Gun Club. He loved to cook and grill, and never hesitated to share his food creations made at John’s Tiki Bar with all of his Facebook friends.
John’s life will be celebrated with private services. In lieu of flowers, please pay it forward by helping another in the manner of your choosing—he would have wanted it this way.