Edward E. Gallucci
January 11, 1949 – July 16, 2021
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Logan Clutch Parts and Service Manager, Ed Gallucci.
Ed was loved by many and known by all. A mentor to many Logan Sales Engineers and fellow employees over the years, Ed enjoyed sharing stories of his days as Parts and Service Manager at National Acme, or his days as a member of a rock band during high school and college. Ed was an avid Model Railroader (O-gauge), a member of the Pontiac Club and more recently the Corvette Club (he loved is yellow 2000 Corvette). At the age of 65, Ed entered the world of boating and later sailing – making his way around the Lake Erie Islands with family and in-laws. Ed and his wife Sue were inseparable, spending lots of time together with their children and grandchildren on many trips and adventures.
Ed started his career with Logan in 1998, after a successful 30-year career as Parts and Service Manager for National Acme, a Cleveland based OEM of Multiple Spindle Screw Machines. Out of several hundred Acme employees, Ed was one of the last to leave, and for those of you who knew Ed, you knew why. Ed LOVED National Acme Screw Machines and the Screw Machine market. Ed could recite chapter and verse any Acme parts and service manual, machine serial number and machine attachment in detail. Ed joined Logan Clutch since Logan was a key supplier of clutches and controls to National Acme – this gave Ed the chance to continue his career in screw machines, selling Logan product into that market.
He is survived by his wife Sue, children Sandra and Robyn Gallucci and Grandchildren.
Visitation will be held Friday July 23rd from 4-8PM at DeJohn Funeral Home, 28890 Chardon Road, Willoughby Hills 28890. A Memorial and Service will be held Saturday, at the same location at 10:00 AM.