“My Dearest Maggi:
I have never liked saying goodbye, so I will not do that now, it has always been a pleasure to know you both. We have been friends for over 34 years, and oh what times we did have and we all grew to be family! I will miss my Bro and the girl's Uncle Louie very much, but he will always be in our hearts forever! I know that you lost, your partner, love of your life and best friend with the loss of your Louie. I missed being there for you, but you have all your family...
“My Dearest Maggi:
“Hi Papa Louie....
You will be missed so much. I know you are in heaven now. Say Hi to Rudy for me. We all loved you very much and will miss you dearly. I know you will be looking out for everyone here. Love you and it is not goodbye it is see ya later for now.
Jesus said to her, "I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die. Do you believe this?"
“October 20, 2008
Though I don't know you because I am a friend of Louie's from the very distant past, I want to offer my sympathy to you and your family. I was a friend and fellow member of the Apollos high school car/social club with Louie in high school and the few years following. I have many personal happy memories of those carefree days of our youth with Louie and regret that I never stayed in contact with him. I too have battled cancer twice now, so...
“To Maggie and Family,
I have so many memories of Louie, my life long friend of almost 50 years. He was Best Man when Sheila married me almost 35 years ago.
We spent so much time together hunting, fishing, boating, water skiing and growing up, and older. I will miss the occasional fishing trips we continued to share even though life's path separated us by many miles.
Louie made every one he knew feel good, and had a gift of making childen feel special with one of his...
“Dear Maggie and Family
We are so sorry to hear of Louis passing. We were not aware that he was ill. Our hearts go out to you and the family at this time.
We have so many memories of Uncle Louie as we use to call him, that words and time are not enough. But know that in the early 70's and 80's he was such a big part of our life. As time passed, so does time spent with good friends.
We are so sorry we can not make it to his service. Know that we are there in every sense of the...
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Resident of Livermore Louis passed away peacefully on Oct. 16, 2008 at his home in Livermore. He was surrounded by loved ones as he ended his courageous battle with cancer. Louie was born Sept.18, 1945 to Rudy and Eva Alfaro. He was an amazing father and grandfather to his four boys and three...Read More