Jenny, Frank, Laura and Amy
Just heard about Louie. So very sorry. Wish I could've been with you. He had a warm, welcoming presence about him to all who entered his home and I will always remember his beautiful smile! I know the hole left behind with such a loss. I am keeping you all in my prayers.
Prayers out to all the Family. He will be missed
To Frank and the Deluna family. So sorry about the loss of your father. I always enjoyed talking to him and hear his stories of the olden days of when he grew up knowing my parents. Cherish your memories and let time be your friend.
Frankie and family, thinking of you all with special prayers. A comforting thought is that his spirit still lives with in all of you and your beautiful families. Love you buddy.
Frank and all family, I am very sorry for the passing of Mr. DeLuna. I had the pleasure of speaking with him several times over the phone listening to some of his great stories and better yet, his advice on life. I know he will be missed by all especially his family, but never forgotten. My prayers and thoughts are with you all during this difficult time. Jim Tramelli
Jenny, Frank and all the DeLunas,
Please accept our condolences on Lou's death. Over the 15 years we lived across the street on Jarboe, Lou was a true friend and mentor. He taught Bill how to throw a football and Quig how to grow up appreciative of his family - we are both better people for having known Lou.
Our thoughts are with you at this sad time,
Bill and Quig Bruning
Sad passing. Prayers to all of your family. Molly, extra prayers to you. An angel in heaven is Lou.
Louie was a bright light, always smiling and kind, a member of the Missouri handball hall of fame, his benevolence will not be forgotten.
I am grateful for the life of Mr. DeLuna. Thanks to his service and to the service of others in our armed forces, my family and I have been able to lead our lives in freedom and peace.
Mrs. DeLuna, Frank, Laura and Amy.
So sorry to hear about the passing of your Mr. DeLuna. Our hearts and prayers are going out to your family.
Rick McQuillen and family
I am very sorry to hear of Lou's passing. What a great man he was. I used to enjoy sitting around with him after my handball matches and hearing his critiques and suggestions. He knew the game well and recognized an aspect to the game that few people understand. What a great man!
Lou always had great stories to share with his Commercial Broker Association friends. We will all miss his spirit.
Lou was a wonderful engaging person who was always quick to complement others with an encouraging word. I wanted my sons to meet him because I was so taken with his charm and personality. The best compliment that I can give to him is that I hope I can be like him some day.