Lucien E. Carbone
Date of Passing:
Carbone, Lucien E., 76, of Pamden Lane, Seekonk, died peacefully at home on June 2, 2019 surrounded by his loving family. He was the beloved husband of Carolyn A. (Ferry) Carbone.
Born in Warren, a son of the late Carmine and Marie A. (Malafronte) Carbone, he lived in Seekonk for 20 years.
Mr. Carbone was the owner-operator of Lucien’s Auto Repair for 17 years before retiring in 2005.
Lucien was a member of the Bay State Street Machines Association. He enjoyed auto restoration, fishing and hunting.
Mr. Carbone was a United Army Veteran serving during the Vietnam Era.
Besides his wife of twenty six years, he is survived by a daughter, Tamatha L. Carbone of NYC, NY; a brother, Anthony Carbone of East Providence and several nieces and nephews. He was the brother of the late Rose Marie Larisa and Donna A. Jordan.
His funeral service will be held on Thursday June 6, 2019 in the W. RAYMOND WATSON FUNERAL HOME, 350 Willett Avenue, Riverside at 10 a.m. Calling hours are Wednesday 4-8 p.m.
I knew Lucien for over fifty years and got to spend sometime with him in Daytona s few years ago. Spent a lot of time in his garage as a kid watching him work on the GTO and going to the Drags with him. When I turned 17 he sold me the GTO . He was s great friend and a great Man. My prayers ? go out to his family and friends.
Peace be with Lucien, his family and friends. He had a good heart and would always go out of his way to help others. That’s what I remember about him, especially all those visits to his house when I was a kid.
Please accept our condolences on your great loss. He was always a friend of our club and attended most of our events. He will be a great loss to all who knew him from and around the car community. Know that are thoughts and prayers are with you.
The Bristol County Street Rod Association.
Sorry for your loss. My condolences to you and your family. ?
The world has lost a car whisperer, a restoration artist, a war hero, a man of great courage, and the father of my daughter Tamatha. Carolyn, God must have sent you. That’s the only reason I can think of that brought you and Lou together. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Tam, you were one heck of a good daughter to your dad, and I’m so proud of you for that.
Tammie and family, I’m so sorry for your loss. I have very fond memories of Lucien from my childhood and even though it’s been many years you both have a special place in my heart. RIP.
Thinking of you at this time. We am so very sorry to hear about Lou. He was a great guy. We will keep you and Lou in my thoughts and prayers. May he rest in peace.
Thoughts and prayers go out to Carolyn and family. Lucien served our country well. He always had the answer for any mechanical problem. Rest in peace.
Bob and Sandi Correira
Our thoughts and prays go out to Carolyn who took such wonderful care of Lucien for many years.
Lucien was a kind and generous friend to many, many people through his life.
He was a hero in Vietnam and an enduring spirit of love and kindness.
He will be greatly missed!
God’s speed my friend,God’s speed
Thoughts and prayers to Carolyn & Tammie. Lucien was a part of both mine and my husband Frank’s lives. Frank grew up with Lucien and I met Lucien as a child growing up in Barrington. He always had a wonderful smile and was always so happy to see us. He will be missed.
Lucien was a good friend for many years. He served with the US Army with distinction and Honor in the Republic of Vietnam. Lucien was always respected by so many and his knowledge of automobile restoration was known through out the region. Lucien will be missed by not only his loving wife and family but many many friends! Semper Fi and God Bless. Dave Foehr
My love and prayers go out to Cousin Lucien’s family and friends. He was a war hero, artist at auto restoration, and a wondederful man. May he RIP.
Our deepest condolences to Lucien’ s family. He was a good friend
He will be sadly missed.