Uncle Lou's passing has left a void in our family. I am thankful to have shared some time with him less than a week before he passed. I have fond childhood memories of going fishing with Uncle Lou and his brothers and chatting about life, music and, of course, fish. On one particular trip, we decided to try our hand at ice fishing. At one point, Uncle Lou told me to see if one of the holes had frozen over. I gave it a light kick and my entire leg went under. We had a good laugh...it was my first and last ice fishing trip. The girls are heartbroken, but I am happy they had some time with you over the past few years. A life to be remembered - rest easy, Uncle Lou.
Lou was a dear neighbor to us for 31 years. We have many fond memories together through the years. He and Elaine were close to our daughter and offered little jobs to build their relationship with her, always ending with a popsicle, beverage and a chat. These special moments between them will be deeply missed. We shared our last Christmas gathering together with their close friends only a week before he passed. RIP, Lou. We will miss you very much.
Keith, Gerry & Kristy