Enrique Luciano has passed away on Aug 23, 2022 in Council Bluffs, Iowa. It will be a private Memorial Ceremony (Celebration of Life).
He is precedes by his Mother Cecilia Diaz, and Grandmother Maria Rodriguez.
He survived by his Father Luis Luciano, his son Nathaniel, his sisters Aurora, & Mairym Luciano, & Nephew Manny, & Many Cousins.
He graduated from Benjamin Franklin High School. Then he joined, the Marines for short term. Then he went on with Monroe Community College, for a little while. He entered the work force started working at Cocoa Cola, General Motors, & Chevy. He worked as Industrial Labor in ForkLifting, & as an Assembly Worker.
He enjoyed his football team New York Giants. He also enjoyed his Baseball team New York Yankees.
He will be truly Missed, But Not Forgotten! Always in our Hearts, & Memories!
My Deepest Sympathy’s Ricky was my crush when I lived on Lorimer Street and him and his mom were our neighbors He always thought of me as a lil sister though He Will be truly Missed By many He’s with his mom In Heaven Rest Easy Ricky My thoughts and prayers are With the Family
Dawn, I am sorry for your loss as well. I was a friend of Ricky’s in Kansas. The last time I saw him was in December 2021 and the last week spoke was mother’s day of 2022. I was heart broken to to learn he is no longer on earth with us. If you feel comfortable to reach back out, I don’t know what happen to Ricky that caused him to no longer to be here. I found out in November he was gone after not hearing from for awhile. I got worried something was wrong and i google his name. That is how I learned of his passing. I have been left with so many questions and I am hoping someone can help me. Since I live in Kansas I did not know his family, only what he shared with me about them or his friends in Missouri or Iowa.
Thank you for your time. Again my sincere sympathy to you and his family.
Ricky will be missed by many who’s paths he crossed.
We will always remember his smile and laughter and all the craziness that went on whenever he got together with his cousins.
We look forward to the day Revelation 21:4 will come true for all the ones we love and lost.
He was truly loved.
Ricky was funny, a sweet heart, and protective… we went to high school together (Benjamin Franklin High School) “Class of 95”.., he also went to my wedding and even after we would keep in touch here and there, last time we spoke he was in Kansas City, and he shared with me of his mom passing… I remember telling him I’m so sorry for his loss and I would pray for him and his family, tried to comfort him with uplifting words. It breaks my heart he is gone😢, I will always cherish the memories. Gone to soon, but will never be forgotten. Love you Ricky!!!
My sincere condolences to you and your family during this most difficult time. You are in my thoughts and prayers dear sister. Your brother Ricky will forever live in your heart and will never be forgotten. He is now at peaceful rest with his Mother and family until you all meet again. With sincere love, peace and blessings, Your sister Gwen