Laszlo Kakuk (1934 - 2017)

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Laszlo Kakuk
1934 - 2017
ANSON - Laszlo Kakuk, 83, of Anson, went to join his beloved wife Lucille and daughter Leslie on Monday, Nov. 6, 2017, as a result of a car accident in Norridegwock. Laszlo was born on Oct. 24, 1934, in Budapest, Hungry , a son of Gaspar and Nag Maria Kakuk.
He was a welder by trade and was employed for most of his life at Taunton Engineering until his retirement in 1996 when he moved to Maine to enjoy the better life. He enjoyed working and being busy. He often would work from sun up til sun down and his family would have to ask him to stop for the day.
Laszlo enjoyed hunting, fishing and camping. He loved to be with his family and especially his grandchildren. He was always very healthy and fit, he could run circles around most 30 year olds. He always said that he was sure he would make it to 100.
Laszlo is survived by his children Kim Orlando and her husband Richard, Kathleen Rock and her husband Randy, Lynn Kakuk and her fiancee Mike Robinson, Mary DaCosta and her husband Manuel and Laszlo Kakuk Jr. and his wife Lerma; his partner and girlfriend Glennys Savage and her family.
He is survived his grandchildren, Amy Granatowski and her husband Matthew, Robert Jordan and his significant other Debra, Anthony DaCosta and his other half Crystal Chamberlain, Tiffany Bellefleur and her husband Brad, Sara Orlando and her fiancee Ryan, Keri Rock and her wife Julian Ackelbien-Krause, Cullen Rock and his fiancee Kathy Maxwell, Cody Couturier, Crystal DaCosta and her significant other Cam King, Kayla Orlando and her significant other Joey Lopez and Evan Couturier.
He is also survived by his great-grandchildren: Macy Jordan-Levesque, Ansley, and Breslin Jordan; Kailyn and Lucas Granatowski; Aria and Kia Frassica; Reagan Bellefleur, Carly Jordan and new grandson expected on Nov. 27.
A Memorial Mass will be celebrated on Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. in St. Sebastian Catholic Church in Madison. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Giberson Funeral Home and Cremation Services , Madison.




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Published in Central Maine on Nov. 9, 2017