In Memory


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02/01/14 02:06 AM #1    

Christian Jensen

RIP brother! See you again... you were always a good man Louis!!

02/06/14 05:39 PM #2    

Bernd Rosenberger

Rest in piece my brother. It was great growing up with you and being your neighbor. We had so many great days in the avenues. I heard of your passing from your brother. You will always be in my heart.

02/07/14 12:08 PM #3    

Jon Rogers

Many of us who grew up on the Avenues knew Louis from Kindergarten on.  I only remember Louis as being friendly and kind and cannot remember a single mean thing he did or said to anyone (I am sure he probably had his moments like we all have, I just think he probably had fewer of them than many do).  Two things I remember specifically about him are:  

First, he had an amazing ability to draw.  In the fifth grade, I particularly remember him being able to draw some really cool super heroes.  

Second, I remember he had an unusual arm strength.  In gym while attending Bryant, there were those courses on the walls (sorry I don't know what they were called) where each hand could hold onto a large metal peg which would fit into a hole and you could work your way up and over the wall.  I had trouble even being able to hold on long enough with one hand to move the other hand and peg into another hole.  Louis would just scamper all over the wall.

Louis was always modest about his abilities.  As others have said, you will be missed!

02/08/14 09:20 PM #4    

Kimberly Burke (O'Reilly)

Louis was always a really nice guy in high school. I will always remember the parties at Lindsey gardens in the avenues where we both grew up. 

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