Look, Orville R. “Lucky”

Orville “Lucky” R. Look, of Burlington, beloved son of the late Elmer B. and Frances (Preston) Look, passed away on May 20, 2019 after an extended period of ill health. Born in Whiting, Maine, Lucky spent his childhood in Maine before heading out to pursue a musical career in country music. He wrote and recorded several albums, and played in night clubs throughout New England. In his earlier years, he appeared on the Wheeling Jamboree in Wheeling, West Virginia. Lucky served in the Korean War (1953-1955), and was a life time member of the American Legion Post 9 in Machias, Maine.
Besides his wife Frances (Grouten) Look of 46 years, he is survived by his children from his first wife, Jacqueline: Naida Pennell (Perry), Robert, Wade, Timothy (Ann) and his daughter, Autumn, by his wife Frances, as well as 6 grandchildren, Randall, Justin, Joshua, Jared, Laura and Robert; 2 step-grandchildren Kristen and Nathan; and 2 great grandchildren Judah and Wyeth. He is also survived by a sister, Sandra Beal, and was predeceased by 10 brothers and sisters: Harvey, Jim, Charlie, Richard, Elmer “Pete”, Doris, Marjorie, Marguerite, Madeline and Joyce.
Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rt. 4, Unionville on Tuesday (May 28) from 5:00-7:00pm followed by a Prayer Service in the Funeral Home at 7:00pm. Burial will be in the Look Family Cemetery, Route 191, Whiting, Maine at a future date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675-8517.

Calling Hours

Tuesday, May 28, 2019 from 5:00-7:00pm

Funeral Service

Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 7:00pm

Burial

Look Family Cemetery ~ Maine

Memorial Contribution

Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675-8517

6 Responses to 'Look, Orville R. “Lucky”'

  1. Terri Pugliese Billiel says:

    So sorry to hear Lucky passed away. We went every weekend to Bolton Lakehouse to listen to Lucky. He was one of my sisters favorite singer. My condolences to Fran and his family

  2. Ed moriarty says:

    Met my wife 52 years ago listening to lucky playing his weekly gig at the Bolton Lake House

  3. Mike Cochran says:

    Lucky played several times at VFW Post 2046 in Manchester when I was CDR. in the late 90’s. We could always count on a full house of satisfied patrons. When Lucky found out I had lived in the Bangor, Maine area for several years, I had a friend for life. We would talk about some of the same people, and places from the past. I had an autographed Lucky Look Album that I had for years. However, somebody stole it on a recent move. Lucky brought a lot of happiness to a lot of people. I truly wish that he had been able to play the “OPRY” just once…. some of the stuff I hear today just stinks! I hope Lucky has found his Eternal Reward, and a place to sit and play his guitar with some old friends, and lend that Great Voice to some Heavenly songs….
    Thank You Friend…. Your Talent Was Appreciated.. Rest In Peace.

  4. Paul & Victoria Hinman says:

    Dear Sister:
    We are so saddened by by passing of Lucky. He will always be remembered for being such a great man. His country music goes beyond saying. Thank you for being a true woman who knew how to “Stand by her man”.
    Love always,
    Paul & Vicki Hinman

  5. Robert McCloud says:

    It is with great sadness to learn that “lucky Look” has passed away. I spent many Saturday nights listening to him and his band “Deuces Wild” play at the Yankee Café in East Hartford,CT. and enjoyed his fantastic voice and watching him play the guitar. I lost track of Lucky when the Yaankee Cafe closed and often wondered how he was doing.Lucky will always be in my memory and my heart and I,m thankful that I had the privilege of knowing him and being able to enjoy his music.

  6. Cheryl Daniels says:

    I met Lucky with Gary Bull many years ago. I didnt know him well but Gary thought the world of him. Although Gary died 8 years ago, I know he would like to be remembered as a good friend of Lucky Look. May he rest in peace.

    Cheryl Daniels

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