I share this with a heavy heart, words are not easy to find that will express what I want to say, so please understand that it is the thoughts that matter and not how it is said.
Creator has decided that he needs Looking Glass on the other side. We are deeply saddened by this turn of events. He had given so much of himself to so many that words cannot express it all. I know that for me, he was my mentor as well as a close friend. And I shall continue to keep him and all his family in my prayers.
He was a good friend of mine, as well as my blood brother. May all of us who are left behind now walk in love, light and blessings. “Walk the talk” and help one another. That is how it is meant to be; it is the way Chief Looking Glass lived his entire life- by his example and by his teaching.
Thank you, Chief Lone Cloud
Pawtucket Times - Raymond Paul Lussier December 30th, 2007.
SOUTH ATTLEBORO - Raymond Paul Lussier "Chief Looking Glass" 64, of Newport Ave. died Thursday at the Golden Living Center, Attleboro. He was the husband of Virginia (Goulette) Lussier. They would have celebrated their 44th anniversary on January 7th.
Born in Pawtucket, a son of the late Raymond B. and Minerva (nee: Kelly) Lussier. He had lived in South Attleboro for the past 17 years, previously residing in Plainville.
He had been employed in various management positions. He was a volunteer for the North Attleboro Red Cross and a member of Junior Achievement. During the 1970's he was a mentor for many young people, involved in the Explorers and was an Emergency Medical Technician and a former member of the Attleboro Emergency Disaster Team. He was a member of the Abenaki Indian tribe and the founder of the Squakheag Band, Southern New England Native American Council. He was an Air Force Veteran.
Besides his wife, he is survived by his daughter, Michelle Lee Lussier from Attleboro. Three brothers: Richard Lussier of Central Falls, Andre Lussier of Kansas and George Lussier of Maine, a sister Christine (nee: Lussier) Hands of Pawtucket, and several nieces and nephews. He was the brother of the late Thomas Lussier.
His funeral service will be held Monday at 10 a.m. from the Keefe Funeral Home, 5 Higginson Ave., Lincoln. Burial will be in Stevens Corner Cemetery, Rehoboth. Relatives and friends invited. Calling hours Sunday 4-7 p.m
I will be showing and providing futher documentation regarding the late (deceased) Raymond "Looking Glass" Paul Lussier, on this blog.......
Yet, presently I would like to show and provide the genealogical documentation regarding Howard Franklin Knight Jr., the alleged and re-invented Vermont Cowasuck-Coos "Abenaki" "Chief."