Allen J. Luccitti

September 4, 1937February 7, 2018
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Allen Joseph Luccitti of Rochester (1937-2018), entered eternal peace on February 7, 2018, at the age of 80.

Predeceased by his parents, Benjamin, Josephine and stepmother, Esther; sister, Beatrice Rizzo; nephew, Joey Rizzo; father-in-law, Jacob Rudolph, and brother-in-law, David Wetzel.

Survived by his beloved wife of 50 years Barbara; loving children, Allen and Lana; five grandchildren, Andrew, Angelina, AJ (Allen Jacob II), Xander and Tade; brother, Benjamin (Mary) Luccitti; sister, Linda (Jay) Folk; Mother-in-law, Agnes Rudolph; brother-in-law, Carl Rizzo; sisters-in-law, Marie Wetzel, and Roberta (John) Yost; many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Allen joined the Rochester Police Department in 1967 as a member of the technician unit later transferring to Patrolman. Allen spent 32 years proudly serving his department and the City of Rochester. Even in his retirement Allen continued to show his dedication to the RPD as an active member of the Locust Club and ARPALER. He could always be found cooking up his famous hot sauce for their meetings. Allen’s kind nature and unwavering willingness to help others is shown in the many friends he’s made throughout the city. He loved hunting, bowling and especially breakfast with his amateur radio club and other retired officers.

He was also a Veteran of the United States Army and Coast Guard, as well as a member of the American Legion, Inspiration Lodge and Damascus Shriners.

Allen was kind and caring, and helped anyone he could. He cherished his family and was a loving husband, father, and grandfather.

Relatives and friends may call on Saturday, February 17th, from 11AM-1PM at the Funeral Home of ALVAH HALLORAN & SON, 2125 Chili Ave., Gates, where a Memorial Service will be held immediately following at 1:00PM.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to the American Cancer Society or to the Rochester Police Locust Club.


  • Calling Hours Saturday, February 17, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, February 17, 2018

Allen J. Luccitti

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Judy Tripp-Neu

February 18, 2018

I first met Al i 1973 and through the years he was always very kind. i first learned about 'hot sauce" from Al and so much more about the professional side of police work.

Take comfort in knowing that he is looking out for all of his loved ones in his final peace. He will be missed.

Frank Fedele

February 18, 2018

Charlie 8, Morning man Luccitti Rest in peace Al.

Frank Fedele RPD

Christina Schott

February 17, 2018

Dad and Al were best friends. As kids, we remember Al showing up early in his white t-shirt and flannel and Dad running late for their annual deer hunting trip. The two bickered like brothers and Al always gave Dad a hard time about his driving. As an adult, Al helped us move across many homes and many states. I think he was always up for a road trip! Al will be missed. We know he is greatly loved.

Linda Folk

February 16, 2018

Our memories of you will be closely held to our hearts. You are a brother I admired and loved. You lived a life of service and made an impact on so many because of it. You loved your family with compassion and tenderness. You were a great man and a hero in the eyes of your little sister. I will miss you terribly.

February 16, 2018

I first met Al when I joined the technician's unit because he was my field training officer. We became good friends over the years. He was like the brother I never had. A few of the things that we did together were deer hunting, bowling, and weekly breakfast. He even went with me to Fort Myers, Austin, and St Louis just to help my daughters move. He had a good heart and great hot sauce.

Bob Brighton

Ron Evangelista

February 13, 2018

David Franklin

February 12, 2018

Deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Al. My Deepest Condolences to the Luccitti Family. As a young Officer I had the pleasure of working Maple 3rd in the early 90's and it was always great to come into work and be greeted by Al.

Dave Ostrander

February 12, 2018

Lana and Family, I am very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you.

Mark Mariano

February 12, 2018

"Morning man Luccitti" was Al's signature sign on to the radio at the start of his shift. I learned a lot from Al during my Field Training as a rookie in Maple Section. Al was a very kind-hearted man. I am very sorry to hear of his passing. Rest easy Al, rest easy.

Jim Volke

February 11, 2018

Prayers and good thoughts to the Luccitti family on Al's passing. Al was always helpful and supportive to all those he worked with. I also recall his ready smile, and the many times he offered a kind word. Al will be missed