Photo courtesy of Stowers Funeral Home

Louis M. Attmore

Valrico, Florida

Sep 11, 1945 – Oct 16, 2013

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We will miss the prayers Lou would say at Thanksgiving and Christmas and the many discussions on his love for guns and his wife. Our hearts and prayers go out to Maryellen and family for their loss. The holidays will not be the same without him

Love you aunt maryellen and we are always here for you

Janet Dorough and family:
Sorry to hear of your loss. I know we have drifted apart over the years but wanted you to know that we have fond memories of you an Louie in our earlier years of our marriages. Family get togethers and bass fishing are some great memories.
May your memories of Louie and Gods blessing sustain you through this difficult time.

Maryellen,you are in my thoughts and prayers

Lou at the Antelope Club doing what he liked best.

My sincere condolences to Lou's wife Maryellen and his entire family. Lou and I became good friends after meeting at the Wyoming Antelope Club 3 or 4 years ago. He was very knowledgeable about single shot pistols (boy could he shoot them too) and reloading. Lou taught me about everything I know on those two subjects. Lou, Dave Replogle, and I really enjoyed our time at the range shooting and our after shooting lunches and BS sessions. We also communicated regularly by email. I count Lou as...

Miss Maryellen
Just want to let you know that your in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.


Louis's Obituaries

ATTMORE, Louis M., Jr., 68, of Valrico passed away October 16, 2013. He was a U.S. Navy veteran serving two tours in Vietnam. Louis was a loving husband and father. His hobbies included owning guns and fishing. Louis was a Range Officer at the Antelope Club. He was preceded in death by his...

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