In Memoriam : Donald Colucci

Donald Colucci Donald "Joe" Colucci - age: 55
(February 19, 1961 to June 13, 2016 )
Resident of Saco, Maine

Visitation Information:
Friends and relatives may call at the Dennett, Craig & Pate Funeral Home and Cremation 365 Main St, Saco, on Monday June 20, 2016 from 4 to 7 PM.
Expression of sympathy can be made to “Memorial Fund for Joe Colucci”, c/o PeoplesChoice Credit Union 23 Industrial Park Way, Saco, Maine 04072.

Obituary:
Saco, Donald “Joe” Colucci, 55, of Saco passed away June 13, 2016 after a brief illness at the Gosnell Memorial Hospice House in Scarborough.
Joe was born in Portland, February 19, 1961, the son of Anthony and Frances Anne Blair Colucci.
He attended Schools and graduated from South Portland High School in 1979. While at South Portland, he was active in sports participating in track, baseball and basketball. He was an avid Red Sox fan and loved his Dallas Cowboys with son Michael. In Michael’s words, he taught him to have a hard working spirit and to be optimistic.
After graduation, he served in the US Army and then later in the Army Reserves.
Returning to Maine, He was the heart of the Public Works Department for the City of South Portland for over 35 years. His mark will forever be left on the City and will be dearly missed.
He was a dedicated family man. Joe enjoyed traveling, playing golf and riding his Harley. He shared his first love of golf with his wife, who he taught and coached too well…because she beat him numerous times. He spent endless hours coaching his daughter Louisa and the teams she was a part of. He was also recognized by Louisa’s peers as “Coach” Joe.
Predeceased by his mother Anne Colucci He is survived by his wife Ruth, a son Michael Granger and a daughter Louisa Colucci all of Saco, his father Anthony Colucci, a brother Peter Colucci of San Francisco, a sister, and many nieces/nephews and cousins.








Diane Roberge - June 16, 2016Contact this person Contact this person
Ruth and Family my heart goes out to you my friend always remember and cherish in your heart that he fought with all his power to remain here for you and his family and that he is now at a better place where pain and suffering is unheard of



Mike Tor - June 17, 2016Contact this person Contact this person
Dear Ruth, our prayers and deepest condolences are with you and your family. Joe worked with my son Brett for quite a while and often spoke kindly of his fellow worker. The Trudeau family, Mr. T., Waco, Brett, Larry and Rory.



    
 





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