I forget that I can't call you or run by to see you. I miss you so bad. We are all so lucky to have had you in our lives. Not many people get two great dads. You knew I would take care of mom so it was time to go. Until we meet again...
Linda my heart and prayers go out to your family. I pray GOD will hold you tight. Lou was a true Sweetheart. I always enjoyed seeing him when he would come see you at the Library. I know he is at Peace. He is in my memories.
Uncle Lou you are already missed so much. I still think I am in shock. I just keep thinking of all the things you would say and do. One thing that I cannot get out of my mind is you always said "You know Judy you are alright". I will miss getting you coffee and whatever else you needed as you sat in the chair at the kitchen table at mom and dads. That will always be the Lou Mealer chair. I will do my best to take care of Linda because we all know she was your pride and joy. This is not goodbye because I will see you again someday when I reach those beautiful pearly gates.
Mr. Mealer was one of the "nicest people I have ever met." He and his wife were so "complimentary to each other with their genuine kindness;" and, so faithful to the Lord. Mr. Mealer was the "same" kind and outgoing gentleman, whether at Church or in public. Condolences to the entire family.
Linda (and all the kids and grandkids),
I was so sad to hear of Lou's death.
It has been said that "To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die." Lou will live in the hearts of so many people for many years to come.
I pray that the love of those around you will help you through the days ahead.
“Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted."