Lucci’s Market is the store you’ve been trusting for over 60 years. Since its inception Lucci’s has been dedicated to serving its customers well. John and Assunta Lucci emigrated from Italy in the 1920’s. They established a small store in Stoneham, Massachusetts. Working with them, their son John began to learn the business. When John returned from the Koren War, he decided he wanted to open his own business. His father helped him find a location in Wilmington, Massachusetts. John had married Marjorie Landry and they planned to work together. John and Midge cleaned up the store, put up some shelves, and on January 9, 1956, they opened Lucci’s Market. The original store was rather small; they only stayed in it for two years. Midge and John built a new store in the same location. John Sr., Midge, and Assunta worked in this second store. They stayed in this location for approximately ten years. Following, they built in Lucci’s present location. John Lucci Jr. grew up in the supermarket business. He had the privilege of working with his grandmother Assunta (who worked well into her eighties), and his parents. He started helping out at age 10 and has worked full time at Lucci’s since his 1980 graduation from Bentley College. His wife Susan began working in the store in 1992. Susan’s Kitchen was constructed and opened in 2007 John and Susan currently manage the store carrying on the tradition his parents started.
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