Louie Ariemma Jr. passed away on April 14, 2021 at his home in Burbank, California. Louie was born on September 13, 1945 in Cleveland Ohio to Louis Sr. & Esther Ariemma. Uncle Louie was a retired Pharmacist, as well as an engineer in Lockheed. Louie studied at the California State University Northridge for engineering and graduated from the University of Southern California in Pharmacy.
Everything Uncle Louie did, he did with the purpose of helping others. He was the most selfless, caring, and giving person you'll ever have the opportunity of meeting. When he walks into a room, the whole room lights up. When he smiles, you can't help but smile as well. Earlier in life, Uncle Louie enjoyed walks on the beach, golf, tennis and maybe even a drink or two. Uncle Louie had a plethora of stories and adventures he experienced with friends, and through those stories it was evident that he truly lived his life to the fullest. Uncle Louie also enjoyed spending time with his family. Though not blood related to the Licardo's he considered them as family, and always introduced them as his family. He loved spending time with his nieces and nephew, Jesria, Jeriah and Jesiah. From playing tennis, to playing on the beach and playing catch with Lulu, to countless family dinners. Uncle Louie created lifelong memories they will never ever forget.
Later in life, Uncle Louie became more tame and had solidarity communing with God. He became content and peaceful. Uncle Louie always shared a prayer, and prayed for others. Uncle Louie was kind, thoughtful, caring, generous and the best listener. Uncle Louie gave the best advice and words of wisdom to his nieces Jesria and Jeriah, and nephew Jesiah.
Uncle Louie will be forever missed by not only his family, but everyone who had the opportunity of meeting him, because that is how big Uncle Louie's impact was on everyone's life. He will surely be missed by his family especially, Jesse, Gloria, Jesria, Jeriah and Jesiah. He will be missed but never forgotten. The only consolation we have is that, though he is not physically with us, he is with us in our hearts. He is no longer in pain, or suffering, he is in paradise with Mama and Papa, watching each and every one of us. The best thing we can do is to keep his memory alive, pay his good deeds forward and talk about the wonderful life he lived, so that he is always remembered.