Dear Donna and family,
So sorry for your loss. And so sorry I lost contact too many years ago. Lou was a hero.
Dear Donna and Family,
I too recently learned about Lou. Lou was a wonderful man--dedicated to God, his country, family and American Legion Post 177. He is like a great oak tree whose passing leaves a huge empty place in the forest where he once stood. I will always remember him and the July 4th parade. It was always so so hot but the heat did nothing to dampen his enthusiam to be part of it all. He filled our lives with his joy, energy and his lust for life. He will be sorely missed. Please accept my deepest sympathy.
The Frank Family,
Just heard of Lou's passing. It is sad , and prayerful thoughts are with all of you. May God grant you strength and peace in the days ahead. Blessings from family members in NC
Donna and Family
We send our deepest and heartfelt condolences for your loss.
We go a long way back with our families and the memories of when our children were growing up in Fairfax City.
I'll always remember Lou at the July 4th parade with his Blues on.
Scott Hall, and
Cmdr.& Mrs.(Amy)Kevin Pickard, Jr. USN
Your dad has a proud legacy in you and your family Kevin, sorry for your loss. I pray that you guys will have a peace that surpasses all understanding through Christ