The Fortin Group

70 Horton Street, Lewiston, ME


Francis Lukaszewicz

February 26, 1923April 19, 2015

Francis Lukaszewicz died on April 19th, 2015 at the Maine Veterans Home in Augusta. He was born on Feb. 26th, 1923. in the house he lived in his entire life the son of Bronislaw and Katarzyna Lukaszewicz. He lived his life as a gentle religious man. Always having a kind word for everyone. Whenever he was called on the phone he loved to sing to you. Upon returning from the Navy he went to work for a Construction Co. until he was injured on the job. At a later date he drove for Lewiston city bus service and enjoyed talking to passengers each day always taking great pride in his work. For a time he also worked at Bates College in maintenance dept. Francis is survived by his nieces Annette LeHouillier of Illinois, Carol Hale of Alabama, and Susan Andersen of Tenn. and many more 2nd and 3rd generation nieces and nephews. Frances was predeceased by his parents, a sister Lucy, a brother Stanley Lukaszewicz Sr. and a nephew Stanley Lukaszewicz jr. We will miss you Uncle Frank and Aunt Lucy. God bless you, you were loved by us all. Keep singing to us from heaven we know you will. A special thank you to a longtime friend and neighbor Yvette who assisted Francis and Lucy thru out their lives, we appreciate all you did for both of them. You may offer your condolences to the Francis’s family at www.thefortingrouplewiston.com

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held June 5th along with his sister Lucy Lukaszewicz at Holy Family Church 607 Sabattus St Lewiston. Committal will follow at Mt. Hope Cemetery Mt. Hope Ave Lewiston. A service of The Fortin Group, 70 Horton St., LEWISTON , ME 784-4584.


  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Friday, June 5, 2015

  • Committal

    Friday, June 5, 2015

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