James C. Lestorti, former CEO of Lescare Kitchens, passed away unexpectedly on April 22, at the age of 53.
Lestorti, born April 17, 1959, graduated from Providence College and went to work for the family business, eventually being named CEO of Lescare Kitchens. Lestorti also served as a member on the board of the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers of America and National Kitchen & Bath Association, and served as a product development advisor for the Formica Corp., among other roles.
He is survived by a brother, Louis A. Lestorti Jr.; a sister, Joanne Clarke, and her husband James E. Clarke Jr.; his nephews, James Clarke III and Louis Lestorti Jr.; and his niece, Kristin Lestorti.
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