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April 02, 2020

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March 9, 2020
I was saddened to see the obit for Lou in the newspaper. I met Lou when I started to work for the City of Milwaukie in 1968. He was a good friend of mine. At times we would have coffee together at the station and would discuss how we could change the world (never did come up with any good ideas.) I join the many people who will miss him.
March 7, 2020
Mario was an important part of my husband Don Ferrantes life (deceased 2014) as a special uncle. Uncle Mario was always very supportive of my son Jeff Gustafson and daughter Jillian Ferrante-Carliles golf over the years and came to many of their golf tournaments. He was a part of Dons other three daughters, Julie Hill, Jennifer Ferrante-Jackson & Stephanie Tydemans life as well over the years on our trips and holidays. Sending my love and sympathies to your family on your loss.
March 1, 2020
Many fond and fun memories playing hide and seek, 1st bounce or fly and playing "house" with Mario who had to be the baby because he was the youngest. We were little kids living across the street from each other. His mom and my grandmother were sisters.
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