Louise was always very special to me. Louise and Harold were my "second family" down the street. Whenever I would come back to NY, Louise would make me an apple pie. I always made sure to stop by and see her to let her know how much I thought of her and loved her. I will miss her greatly.
Red , Julie , Kevin , Debra & Family. I was sorry to hear of the passing of Louise but we know by her Faith that she is truly Home & Blessed now. I have many fond memories of Red & I raiding “ Lube’s” refrigerator after school & never heard her complain. Praying for Peace & Comfort for all of the family.
Sweet, sweet lady. I still have the afghan blanket she made for me when I graduated from high school 40 plus years ago! She is the aunt who reminds me the most of my father (Daniel). They shared similar looks and a quiet sense of self and humor. Thoughts are with you today.
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