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August 17, 2018

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December 29, 2017
My favorite memory of Lou would be him standing by the front door of St Michaels Church greeting all with a big smile and always a hug if you needed one. Over the last year I have needed many hugs from my dear friend Lou. I will miss him more than I can possibly realize now. Love to all the family, hope to see you often back on Tybee and St Michaels. Love, Linda Cleary
December 27, 2017
Lou, thanks for the Italian cookies, and your friendship. Go rest my friend. RIP.
December 27, 2017
My condolences for your loss. I know this is a difficult time and words cannot truly express how you feel but please take comfort in what is said at Psalm 145:19. It tells us that God hears your cries for help. He promises to act soon

Respectfully

Kjohnson
December 27, 2017
Marj and I met Lou and Adele twenty years ago on the first of our six winter stays at Tybee. Soon they felt like adopted parents and close friends. Our friendship with them deepened as we got to meet their large family. It was their friendship and, yes, the warmer climate that kept us coming back, until, fourteen years ago, we sold our home in Minneapolis and moved to Savannah.
Our condolences to the entire family,
Don Moss and Marj Schneider