Romano Funeral Home

627 Union Ave, Providence, RI


Richard J. Levesque, Jr.

April 4, 1959November 19, 2019

Richard J. Levesque, Jr., 60, of Bishop Hollow Road, Elizabethton, Tennessee passed away November 19, 2019.

Born in Pawtucket, RI, he was the son of the late Richard and Eileen (Palmer) Levesque.

Richard was a painter for many years before retiring. He was also a US Army Veteran of the 119th MP company out of Warwick.

He was the father of Eva Turcotte and her husband Daniel of Blackstone, MA; brother of Allen Levesque and his wife Lorie of Pawtucket, Michael Levesque and his wife Brittany of Tiverton, Edward Levesque of Pawtucket and Patricia Morrocco and her husband Richard of Cranston. He also leaves his 2 beloved dogs and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Visitation will be held Friday, December 6, 2019 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM in the ROMANO FUNERAL HOME, 627 Union Avenue, Providence. Burial will be private.


  • Visitation Friday, December 6, 2019
  • Burial is private Saturday, December 7, 2019


Richard J. Levesque, Jr.

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Paul Nunes

December 5, 2019

My condolence To Eva ,her husband an all the family. I met Pete when we worked for Capital Painting. We became friends. I got Pete to join the 119th MP Co.. We served in Desert Storm together. When Capital Painting closed I started my Co. P F N Painting. Pete worked for me for about 30 yrs. Pete was a very good friend an a very hard worker. I missed him when he went to Tenn. I will never forget him!!! Take Care Pete Hope to see you someday.

From Paul & Rhonda Nunes, Bristol RI

Alice Charest

December 4, 2019

I know we hasnet close. Since we all were all kids I can remmber how much fun we had, I remmber when lionel had pasted and u and your mom came to.see him, I started to come by your house as much as I could to vist, u helped keith with our flooring and showed him what to do, he helped u with your computer, RIP my.cousin, please say hi my parents, and yours I know they are all having fun up there togather. U will be missed
Alice and Keith

Lance Smith

November 27, 2019

From the first time I met you Peter you always treated me like a member of the family and I will never forget that about you. I will always remember the night fishing trips with you, scooter,John and I at East Matunick beach. All of those intense card games at the family reunion and some of the conversations we had over the years. I want to personally thank you as I have many times before for your unselfish service to our country. I am going to miss you Brother!

Eva Turcotte

November 27, 2019

Not a day goes by that I don’t think about you. You were my best friend and I miss you tremendously. I love you dad.