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October 23, 2018

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This Guest Book will remain online permanently courtesy of Marvil Funeral Home, Ltd. - Darby.
January 23, 2018
Always a scholar, gentleman, and "the Dean," your laugh and wit will forever echo in my best memories of how to be a teacher, leader, Christian, and Catholic. Audaces fortuna iuvat, and your scholarship, dedication, and pastoral perspicacity boldly live on in your thousands of students and those you graciously called friends, for which I will always be grateful.
Requiesce in pace.

David L. Coppola, Ph.D.,
President, Keystone College
January 10, 2018
brother "tj" was a great friend and mentor back in my lasalle days. may he r.i.p. tim and joan fitzpatrick
January 8, 2018
He will always be remembered by his Christian Brother name at Central Catholic in Pittsburgh as "Lanky Lou from 302". He was my home room teacher in our junior year at Central in 1953. He was big on disipline! I lost touch with him over the years and reconnected in the 90's when I was living in DC. Three of us, (his students), spent a day with him in Ellicott City and he was then a priest. We had a great time reliving our school experiences. He was a great teacher and motivator to me.

Lanky Lou, rest in peace.
January 7, 2018
May his soul Rest In Peace ... will always remember his jokes!