Thomas  Luby

Thomas B. Luby

Thursday, September 11th, 1941 - Wednesday, May 6th, 2020
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Thomas B. Luby, lifelong resident of Rocky Hill, entered into Eternal Peace on Wednesday May 6, 2020 at home surrounded by his family. He was born on September 11, 1941, the loving son of the late Thomas and Katherine Looby. Tom received a Bachelors from the University of Connecticut, achieved his Masters from University of Hartford, and went on to earn a 6 year certificate in psychology from the University of Connecticut. Tom enjoyed a 30 year career as a school psychologist for Newington Public Schools, serving at John Wallace Middle School for the majority of his tenure. He was passionate about helping students succeed and reach their potential. A family man at heart, he loved spending time with his loving wife, children and grandchildren, playing games and relaxing at the Woodstock lake house. Tom enjoyed cheering on the New York Yankees and going to UConn football games with his family. He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Karen of Rocky Hill, five children, Thomas, Jason, Matthew, of Rocky Hill, Jessica Lerario and her husband Robert of Suffield, and Brian of Portland along with six grandchildren, Luke and Katherine Lerario, Matilynn, Brooklynn, Kamrynn, and Kail Luby, and sister-in-law Jeanne of Hollywood Beach, FL. He is predeceased by his brother Barry Luby. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and brother and will be dearly missed by his family.
A private burial will be held in Center Cemetery, Rocky Hill. To extend condolences, please visit
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    Center Cemetery
    ROCKY HILL, CT 06067
    Fr. George Couturier


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Art Sharp

Posted at 09:34am
Karen and kids: My deepest condolences. It is never easy to lose a loved one. Tom will be missed. Just remember, as my favorite philosopher Willie Nelson told me, "Losing someone you love is something you will get through, but you will never get over." Art Sharp

Susan Longobardi

Posted at 02:55pm
Tom and Karen are examples what a loving relationship really is. May he Rest In Peace knowing how much he was loved by his family May his memory give comfort to his children and grandchildren. Love to you all. The Longobardi family.

Michele M. Rossignol Posted at 07:07pm

So sorry to hear about the passing of Mr. Luby. May he RIP and may his family find comfort in each other during this very sad time. ❤️

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