Richard John Culaciati

Richard John Culaciati

September 07, 1923 - March 06, 2009

Richard John Culaciati

September 07, 1923 - March 06, 2009


CULACIATI, RICHARD Born in San Francisco, CA on September 5, 1923 and passed away on March 6, 2009 in Mission Viejo, CA. He was a WWII veteran, Sears executive who survived the passing of his wife Carolyn Culaciati in 1984. Richard is survived by his two sons Craig and Brian Culaciati, four grandchildren, one great-grandson, his wife Mary Culaciati, three step-children, and four step-grandchildren. A devoted husband, father, and ‘Papa,’ he will be remembered for his generous spirit, his wit, jokes, and personality. He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.

Memorial service will be Sunday, April 19, 1-4 pm at Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club in Mission Viejo.

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5 responses to Richard John Culaciati

  1. Please accept our most sincere condolences. It is never easy to lose a parent. But remember for him the struggle is over, and you have all the memories of him to recall.

  2. I’ll always remember my godfather Rich for his upbeat personality and great sense of humor. Thankfully, since the ancient days of Scott Street and the Avenues, the bond between our families has withstood both time and distance. God bless the Culaciati family, now and forever.

  3. Hi Craig and Brian,
    We are really sorry about the passing of your Dad. I have many great and funny memories of him and your Mom, and the times I spent at your house. Your Dad was always so funny and loved you guys so much.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you both and your families. We hope you are all well and hope we see each other sometime.

    Robby and Paula

  4. Dear Brian, Rosalie and family,

    We are very sorry for your father’s passing. May the Lord comfort you in this season of loss and often grant you with blessings of joy as you look forward to seeing him again. Our prayers are with you all.

    Kevin and Tracy Frazier

  5. Mr. C was a huge part of our lives. He will always be remembered as a kind and funny man. He had such a dry sense of humor. You never knew if he was kidding or tell the truth. He was a man of great conversation and we will miss him dearly.

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