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1924 - 2016 Obituary Condolences
Louis P. Schwartz Obituary
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March 16, 2016
My deepest sympathy to the family for your loss. May God embrace you with his comfort, strength and peace. Psalm 29:11


Debra HR
March 13, 2016
Peggy--Sorry For Your Loss
March 12, 2016
Dear Schwartz family,

I am so very sorry for the family's loss of a wonderful man, father, grandfather, and human being.

Lou, as I had come to know him over the last 20 years, was one in a million. His life was dedicated to serving... He served his wife of 66 years, he served his 9 children/numerous grand children, he served his church, and he served his country in two wars.

Lou was one of those individuals who although not always an easy man was a fair and dedicated servant. He lived by his principals guided by God, church, family, and his own personal convictions whether popular or not!

This remembrance is not to say he was without fault, it is to say that he will be remembered as a man who served and like all of us suffered from the human condition of imperfection.

My last conversation with "Lou" he told me "my work here is done and I am waiting to be called home".

He will be missed and God has called home a gracious servant to continue his work of servitude.

Lou good bye, God Bless, and safe travels home...

You will be missed!

Ivory Ross
("a colored fella") :)
March 11, 2016
Dear Mary, Joe, and Kim,
May the Lord guide and comfort you during the loss of your father and grandfather.
With Deepest Sympathy,
Rick and Sandy