Richard Luneau

  • Born: April 30, 1929
  • Died: May 10, 2017
  • Location: New Hampshire

Tribute & Message From The Family

Richard was born on April 30, 1929 and passed away on Wednesday, May 10, 2017.

Richard was a resident of New Hampshire.

He was a 1953 graduated of the University of New Hampshire.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday May 20th from 2 - 4 p.m. at Kent Pelczar Funeral Home 77 Exeter Street Newmarket. Private burial will take place in Calvary Cemetery.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Sharon and family....condolences to all at this very sad time. We know you will keep his legacy in your minds and hearts ...everyone surely has wonderful memories of a great patriarch and generous man..Blessings to all...Claire & Neil Sexton ( SC golf )

Posted by claire sexton - durham, NC   May 21, 2017

So sorry about the loss of your dad.

Posted by Gerard Bergeron - Rochester, NH   May 20, 2017

This is indeed very sad, you were my very first boss and provided me with many life skills as well as first job memories. I will never forget you. Rest in piece Richard.

Posted by Heather Danko - Bracebridge, ON   May 16, 2017

Offering our deepest condolences at this difficult time.

Posted by The Staff of Kent & Pelczar Funeral Home - Newmarket, NH   May 16, 2017

I worked for Dick when he owned the Luneau's Restaurant in downtown Rochester. Throughout my lifetime I remembered the kindness and generosity towards his employees. He will be missed. My condolences to the family.

Posted by Joanne Lewis-McCoy - Rochester, NH   May 15, 2017

My deepest sympathies to all at this sad time.

Posted by charlene whitehouse - rochester, NH   May 15, 2017

I will never forget everything you did for me growing up. All the time we spent picking blueberries and making them into your famous pies and treats. The time spent learning the secret pizza dough recipe for Gepettos. All the time spent making fun of each others accents-- laughing until our stomachs hurt. Man did you have a hearty laugh. All the time spent watching and learning about baseball on the TV that was certainly to loud. I owe my love of the game to you Gramps. Thank you for every second, every lesson, and every laugh but most of all thank you for keeping a smile on Grandma Sharon's face all these years.

Posted by Tasha Beyer (Wettstein) - Janesville, WI   May 15, 2017

To the Luneau Family,
I am saddened to hear of Dick's passing. I always enjoyed our conversations and his intelligent wit. Remember the good times...Peace!

Posted by Thom Scagliotti - Rochester, NH   May 15, 2017

Sherry and the Luneau family, I am sorry for the passing of this amazing man. He was a great family man as well as someone who knew how to run a restaurant, stressing quality food and customer service. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family now.

Posted by Mike Beaudoin - FARMINGTON, NH   May 15, 2017

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My sympathy goes out to Dick's family.
We were neighbors for many years in Rochester on Wakefield St. and I used to babysit his kids and my sister worked in Little Luneau's Restaurant.
Oh how we loved gathering in that restaurant.
Dick was always smiling.
A lot of memories.

Posted by Carolyn (Wilson) Scott    May 15, 2017