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RAYNHAM---Dorothy Pauline Luciano completed her Journey of Life on December 23, 2019. She was married to her late husband George A. Luciano for 49 years, until his passing in 2008. She and George made homes in Stoughton, Easton, Reston VA, Cambridge and finally Raynham.

Dorothy was born, raised and educated in the Midwest. It was in her early years where she learned and appreciated Southwestern art and designs. Her true passion was travel. Dorothy enjoyed her job as an Airline Hostess for TWA, especially working on the international routes. She loved traveling around the world and learning/loving each country visited. She and George enjoyed the experience and fine dining throughout their travels.

She was the mother of two sons, Gordon and Roy. An additional passion of Dorothy was her grandchildren. She would tell her grandchildren the many travel stories of all the places and people around the world she visited. She loved to teach geography to her grandchildren. She also enjoyed playing board games with her granddaughters and attending her grandson's hockey and baseball games. Dorothy loved and always shared her specialty chocolates with them as well. She also encouraged the importance of learning and education, to her grandchildren.

Dorothy also loved reading. She enjoyed reading books, especially autobiography's and of course, the daily newspapers. She proudly displayed all her art books on her living room table. She was proud of her bookcase, displaying all her special books.

Her signature color was purple. There was always a hint of this color as well as cat knick-knacks throughout her home as she was an animal lover.

Her family will sadly miss her, including her grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Rest in Peace Dorothy!

Funeral Prayers will be held on Saturday morning, December 28, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. in Kane Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 605 Washington Street, Easton. Interment will follow in Pleasant Street Cemetery, Raynham.