• Rose R. Carlucci
    July 31,2014

    Rose R. Carlucci

    RAYMOND, N.H. — Rose R. Carlucci, 88, died at her beloved generational home, which was host to many Tomasi/Carlucci family reunions, on July 23, 2014.

    She was born Oct. 23, 1925 in Barre, the daughter of the late James N. Carlucci and Marianna Anne (Tomasi) Carlucci Tambini.

    Formerly of Brookline, Massachusetts, Rose was a very strong-willed and self-reliant person with an independent spirit. A graduate of Spaulding High School and John Roberts Powers School of Modeling, she owned and operated Carl’s Beauty Salon in Boston, Massachusetts, for many years and was very proud to be, as she put it, an American of Italian descent. Rose was a caring, selfless, and fun-loving person, and was an avid Red Sox fan. She truly enjoyed her time in and around the city of Boston, especially Filene’s Basement, and also travelling the world to places like Italy.

    While in Raymond, she was a member of the Historical Society and Ethics Committee, following in the footsteps of other members in her family who were well-respected in the New England area, serving as dental surgeons, business owners and in government. Rose was loved and respected for her unique style and personality that expected an understanding of family history, values and morals.

    In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her brothers, Dr. Vincent J. Carlucci and Anthony Carlucci; and her sister, Mary A. Carlucci Cesario.

    She is survived by several nieces, nephews, cousins and friends that loved her dearly and will greatly miss her.

    Private services will be held in St. Monica’s Cemetery in Barre at a later date. Brewitt Funeral Service, 2 Epping St., Raymond, N.H., is assisting the family with arrangements.

    For more information, visit www.brewittfuneralhome.com.

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