Remembering Larry Lucchino's Fundraising Page

In loving tribute to Larry Lucchino
In loving tribute to Larry Lucchino

WHY WE'RE FUNDRAISING WITH THE JIMMY FUND WALK TO FIGHT CANCER

With a heavy heart, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund extends our deepest sympathy to and shares the following statement from the Lucchino family on the passing of Lawrence Lucchino:

We are heartbroken to share that our beloved brother and uncle, Lawrence Lucchino, passed away surrounded by his family. The Lucchino family wishes to thank his friends and caregivers who, over the past few months, have surrounded him with love, laughter, and happy memories. 

To us, Larry was an exceptional person who combined a Hall of Fame life as a Major League Baseball executive with his passion for helping those people most in need.  Taking charge of building Baltimore’s Orioles Park at Camden Yards, San Diego’s Petco Park, and Polar Park for the Worcester Red Sox, as well as his role in the Boston Red Sox’s “reversing the curse” by winning the 2004 World Series, were exemplary accomplishments. Equally important to Larry was the establishment of a first-of-its-kind in professional sports “San Diego Padres Scholars” college scholarship program, co-founding the Boston Red Sox Foundation, and being Chairman of the Jimmy Fund, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s grassroots effort to help save lives and give hope to cancer patients everywhere. He brought the same passion, tenacity, and probing intelligence to all his endeavors, and his achievements speak for themselves.

Larry is survived by his brother the Honorable Frank J. Lucchino (Bobbie), a nephew F.J. Lucchino (Jane) and a niece Jennifer Lucchino (Freddie Croce), of Pittsburgh, PA, as well as a younger nephew David L. Lucchino (Carrie Beth), who lives in Boston, MA. He also is survived by seven grand-nieces and grand-nephews. 



To make a gift:

Donations to Dana-Farber can be made in Larry’s memory to the Larry Lucchino Family Fund. Please make a gift online by pressing the donate button below. To contribute by check, please make your check payable to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, listing "Larry Lucchino Family Fund" in the memo line, and mail to:

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284

PROGRESS TO GOAL

Raised:$21,507.59
Goal:$0
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THANK YOU TO OUR TEAM MEMBERS

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THANK YOU TO OUR TEAM DONORS

NAME
AMOUNT
Event Honor Roll
Alan and Ruth Garfinkel
$103
Alison Fuller
$515
Anonymous
$200
Anonymous
$103
Anonymous
$100
Anonymous
Beatrice Fuller
Bob and Amy Caputo
$1,030
Brien and Susan O'Connor
Catherine Sullivan
Chirag Mithani
$100
Chris and Krista Loose
$1,000
Chris Weyant
$25
Chrissy Meagher
D'Agostino Izzo Quirk Architects, Inc.
$515
Dan Picano
Donna Neuberg
Erin McKenna and Family
Geoffrey Loose
$103
George and Kaye Lucchino
Howard & Elaine Specter, In memory of an all around All Star
$2,500
Jeff and Sue White & King-White Family Foundation
Jennifer and Joseph Sclafani
$100
John OMalley
$50
Julia Parrillo and James Craig
Karyn Polito and Stephan Rodolakis
$200
Kathi and Barry Simpson
Libby Patterson & The Patterson Family
Marty and Jessica Ray; John and Barbara Gardner
Mary Sprong
$500
Michael Gately
$25
Michelle Alpert & Saul Wisnia
$121
Mike Monaco
Mr. Charles Hinkle
$103
Mr. Joseph Castiglione
$1,000
Mr. Paul Mendelson
$103
Mr. Zach Galvin
$50
Nancy Downer
pino irano
$100
Richard and Susan Slesinger Ulevitch, Pittsburgh/La Jolla
Seth and Beth Klarman
$1,000
Stephanie Rigizadeh
The Stratton Family DUXBURY MA.
$51
The Wood Lange family remembering Larry Lucchino
Timothy Zue
$500
Vicki Jo Tarantino in memory of a great man, Larry Lucchino!!!
$51
William Lee
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In loving tribute to Larry Lucchino
In loving tribute to Larry Lucchino

Remembering Larry Lucchino

With a heavy heart, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund extends our deepest sympathy to and shares the following statement from the Lucchino family on the passing of Lawrence Lucchino:

We are heartbroken to share that our beloved brother and uncle, Lawrence Lucchino, passed away surrounded by his family. The Lucchino family wishes to thank his friends and caregivers who, over the past few months, have surrounded him with love, laughter, and happy memories. 

To us, Larry was an exceptional person who combined a Hall of Fame life as a Major League Baseball executive with his passion for helping those people most in need.  Taking charge of building Baltimore’s Orioles Park at Camden Yards, San Diego’s Petco Park, and Polar Park for the Worcester Red Sox, as well as his role in the Boston Red Sox’s “reversing the curse” by winning the 2004 World Series, were exemplary accomplishments. Equally important to Larry was the establishment of a first-of-its-kind in professional sports “San Diego Padres Scholars” college scholarship program, co-founding the Boston Red Sox Foundation, and being Chairman of the Jimmy Fund, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s grassroots effort to help save lives and give hope to cancer patients everywhere. He brought the same passion, tenacity, and probing intelligence to all his endeavors, and his achievements speak for themselves.

Larry is survived by his brother the Honorable Frank J. Lucchino (Bobbie), a nephew F.J. Lucchino (Jane) and a niece Jennifer Lucchino (Freddie Croce), of Pittsburgh, PA, as well as a younger nephew David L. Lucchino (Carrie Beth), who lives in Boston, MA. He also is survived by seven grand-nieces and grand-nephews. 



To make a gift:

Donations to Dana-Farber can be made in Larry’s memory to the Larry Lucchino Family Fund. Please make a gift online by pressing the donate button below. To contribute by check, please make your check payable to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, listing "Larry Lucchino Family Fund" in the memo line, and mail to:

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284

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