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I've known Lou since our time working in Team 6 Hardware. He wroked A crew..and me--B crew.
Lou and I became friends during Titans' game. We'd always stay until the end--@ a Titans game,no lead was safe--until you saw (00:00) on the game clock. Believe me, when the guys in two-tone blue--blew a game...It hurt. With the Titans(at times,to be fair)---we hurt- alot!!!!
After a winning game--'Hit the road Jack' ,would rock the house! We'd walk across the bridge. Winning Sundays meant sizing up the next lamb for a Titans slaughter.There's nothing like walking in crowd of WINNING TITANS' FANS! Your stride is upbeat----you feel like running and yelling----We're Number 1...!!! Go Titans Go!
Lou and I would going over the game's good and bad points---enjoying the walk.
Losing games--that walk was longer but still worth the trip. Lou was just cool to walk with---plain and simple. He'd go over missed opportuntiies--etc. Next thing you know---we're @ his Vette or P/u then He'd drive me to mine. talk some some---say good-byes until next game.
I'm gonna miss you Lou!!!
My Thoughts are with you too--Bernadette
I worked with Lou for several years. He was a true friend. So many great memories of working side by side with him. He will be truly missed.
"On behalf of the members of UAW Local 1853, I would like to express our deepest sorrow and heartfelt condolences to Lou's family. He was an outstanding worker and was a great friend to many of his co-workers in the Spring Hill Plant. Lou was also a committed union man that loved his family and enjoyed life. We will greatly miss him. May God Bless his family during these times of tremendous loss. We are praying for you all."
Bernadette we were so sad to hear of Lou's passing! Larry and Lou had alot of fun at work and laughed alot. He will be greatly missed!
We will pray for you and the family!
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