Johan (Juho) Lallukka ( Fin. Johan (Juho) Lallukka , February 3, 1852 , Rääsälä , Grand Duchy of Finland - December 1, 1913 , Vyborg ) - Finnish entrepreneur, commerce adviser and philanthropist .
|Date of Birth||February 3, 1852|
|Place of Birth||Rääsälä , Grand Duchy of Finland|
|Date of death||December 1, 1913 (61 years old)|
|A place of death||Vyborg , Grand Duchy of Finland|
Juho Lallucca was born in 1852 in the village of Räisälä on the Karelian Isthmus , in a peasant family. Since 1891 he lived in Vyborg . In the same year, he, together with entrepreneur Jaakko Hyakli, founded the company Hyakli, Lallukka & Co., which was engaged in the wholesale trade of colonial goods, grain, processing coffee, peas and seeds; in 1912, it was transformed into Hyakli, Lallukka & Co. JSC with a share capital of 5 million rubles. In 1906, the company building was built in Vyborg according to the project of architect Allan Shulman . Also, Lallucca was one of the active functionaries of the Union of owners of industrial and commercial enterprises "Pamaus", in 1901-1902. was vice chairman. In addition, he went down in the history of Vyborg as a philanthropist, in particular, he financed the city drama theater . One of the streets of Vyborg (currently Mayakovsky Street) was named after him.
Juho Lallucca died in Vyborg in 1913, bequeathing the management of the enterprise to his wife Maria Lallucca . Maria survived her husband for ten years and died in 1923 . According to her will, in 1934, the architect Vyborg City Library was built by the architect Alvar Aalto . Most of the property of the wife of Lallucca was bequeathed to the construction of an artist’s house in Helsinki .
In 1924, a monument to the spouses Juho and Maria Lallukka was erected at the Ristimyak cemetery in Vyborg. The monument was created by the sculptor Emil Halonen . On August 30, 1986 it was reopened at the former Russian military cemetery in Lappeenranta with funds from the Pamaus Union.