ANTHONY G. LUCCI, CAPT, USAF
Anthony Lucci '61
Date of birth: June 12, 1938
Date of death: September 27, 1967
From the 1961 Lucky Bag:
From the December 1967 issue of SHIPMATE:
Capt. Anthony G. Lucci, USAF, who was serving with the 39 Military Airlift Squadron at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, died on 27 Sept. when a plane in which he was a passenger crashed in Dallas, Tex. Services and interment were at South Fork, Pa.
Capt. Lucci, who was born in Ehrenfeld, Pa., graduated from the Naval Academy in 1961. A 1955 graduate of South Fork-Croyle High School, he was named to the Johnstown, Pa., Tribune-Democrat's All-scholastic football team that year as first string tackle. He received his navigator's wings in 1965 at James Connally Air Force Base, Texas, and a Master's degree from North Carolina State College.
He is survived by his widow Donna, and three sons, Frank, Michael and Timothy, of 3549A Hawthorne Dr., Dover, De. 19901; and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lucci of Box 93, Ehrenfeld, P a . 15993.
All seven aboard (5 USAF + 2 civilians) were killed.
Anthony is buried in Pennsylvania.