OBITUARY

Megan Luciano

March 13, 1985September 4, 2021

Megan Luciano, age 36, of Hoboken, New Jersey passed away on Saturday, September 4, 2021. Megan was born March 13, 1985 to Robin Sandusky and Jan Sandusky.

Megan is survived by her spouse, John Luciano; her father Jan Sandusky and her mother Robin Sandusky; her brother Cory Sandusky.

A graveside service for Megan will be held Monday, September 6, 2021 at 9:30 AM at Mt. Sinai Cemetery, route 79, Marlboro, NJ 07746.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.bloomfieldcoopermanalapan.com for the Luciano family.

  • FAMILY

  • John Luciano, Spouse
  • Jan Sandusky, Father
  • Robin Sandusky, Mother
  • Cory Sandusky, Brother

Services

  • Graveside Service

    Monday, September 6, 2021

Memories

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Amanda D’Ambrosio

September 12, 2021

Ms. Sandusky was my teacher for both second and third grade. However, she was not only a teacher, but an inspiration. Every time I have seen her she has kept a smile from ear to ear and was by far one of the sweetest people I have ever encountered. Not only that, she was caring. She always made sure her students were happy and enjoying learning. It is so devastating that someone so full of love and life has been taken so soon. I give my condolences to her family and friends. I will always miss her.

With love,
Amanda D’Ambrosio

Smriti Krishnan

September 8, 2021

Dear Mrs. Luciano,

You were such a kind person to me. It was my first year of Dugan when I was in your class. I was very nervous and you made it feel like home. What I loved about you was your heartwarming smile and happy face. I am so sad that now you are no more. Rest in Peace Mrs. Luciano.

Sincerely,
Smriti
2018- 2019

Gloria Diamante

September 7, 2021

I am heart broken and send Meg's family my deepest heart felt sympathy. I had the pleasure of mentoring Meg through her first year of teaching at Dugan. Although as I think back, I am not sure if it wasn't that she helped me as much as I helped her. As I was nearing the end of my long teaching career Meg helped me to again discover the joys of teaching. I knew from the first day that she had a special talent and gift. Her caring, compassion and love for her students is not something I could teach her but a special gift she possessed. We would share many thoughts and laughs together during that first year and the years which followed and Meg will always hold a special place in my heart and memory. I wish you peace my friend.

John Sansevere

September 6, 2021

To hear from someone that my locker buddy passed away. I didn't want to believe it. You were so kind and friendly to me during those awkward years of high school. What everyone really needs is just someone to be kind to them and that was you. Thank you for that. I will think of you often Megan. I'm so sorry to your husband and family. May you rest in eternal peace.

Lauren Perler (schachter)

September 6, 2021

I’m so terribly sorry for your loss. I can’t even fathom this. My mind is flooded with memories of us playing together at the swim club for years. Sharing New Years with all of our families, birthdays, summer camp.

A beautiful life cut way too short. Our deepest heartfelt condolences for your loss. I’m so so sorry.

Tricia Aquilino

September 6, 2021

Miss Sandusky (when my boys had her) will forever hold a special place in my and my boys heart. She was a perfect balance of caring and nurturing all while making students accountable. She is definitely a highlight of my boys early education at Dugan. Rest in Eternal peace.

Janine Kneller

September 6, 2021

Our hearts and prayers are going out to you all at this difficult time.... remembering waiting for bus to pick Megan and Matthew for kindergarten ... sounds like she made such an impact on many of her students lives... that will be her legacy... sending much love
The Knellers (Country Place)

Casey Gabriel

September 6, 2021

To John, Robin, Jan, Corey- my heart is broken hearing this news. I have been praying so hard for you all, day and night. Megan was truly one of a kind, she was genuine, an amazing person. From what I know about her, have read about her and have seen myself , I know she was the best daughter, wife, sister, aunt, teacher, friend. Anyone that had the privilege of knowing her was blessed. I wish I had gotten to know her better. Even though I didn’t know her well, she impacted my life and will continue to do so. In situations where I can bring kindness or a smile, I will and I’ll think of her. My heart is with you all.

Logan Plocker

September 5, 2021

Mrs.Luciano was one of the most important people in my life. I never knew how big of an impact she made on my life until this afternoon’s unexpected news. Her life and memories will forever live in my heart. My deepest condolences to the family of Megan.

Virginia Marshall

September 5, 2021

My memories of Megan go back to her high school years at Old Bridge. I met her through my daughter, and their beautiful group of friends. Together the girls made countless memories together, from birthdays, to proms, to wedding showers and their weddings,
Megan was full of a life, had a forever beautiful smile, anytime I saw her. There are no words to say how much she will be missed by so many. We send our love , our prayers to her husband , John , her mom and dad, her brother and entire family. May God send you strength and comfort in the days to come .
Sincerely , Ginny and Dennis Marshall