- 73 years old
- Year of birth: 1942
- Place of birth:
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
- Year of passing: 2016
- Place of passing:
Walnut Creek, California, United States
Lou is in a better place and I'm thinking I am in a better place as well. I can't remember a time, since we left puberty, that he and I argued or were at cross purposes. Here's to you dear brother...I hope you are at peace. I Love You, Dick
I remember a wonderful visit to Walnut Creek. After touring Walnut Creek, Dick, Kay, Lou, and I went to San Francisco and walked, and walked, and walked. We saw so much, we laughed, we ate, we talked about family. We were sure that Lou would not be able to keep up. Boy, were we surprised! He was like the energizer bunny--he just kept on going. I will miss his gentle ways. Myra
I only met Lou a few times, but liked him a lot. He reminded me of myself in some of the private conversations I shared with my sister Kay. Lou will be missed by many. Lou, you've made it to your final resting place, enjoy eternity, happy and at peace Ned
Lou, we're going to miss our coffees together, big time. God Bless and Rest in Peace. Thanks for enriching our coffee get together s, and our lives, with your friendship.
The last time I saw Lou, he held my hand and was smiling. I think he was as happy to see me as I was to see him. I will always remember this day.
Big Sister Marion
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