LUIS-FRIAS-Obituary

LUIS A. FRIAS

Las Vegas, Nevada

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LUIS A FRIAS Luis A Frias, 65, passed after a battle with COVID-19 on 4/25/20 at NA Hospice in Las Vegas, NV. Luis was born on 7/12/54 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is survived by his daughters; Luisa & Lauren Frias, grandchildren; Kai, Lucy, Max, Olive, Ned & Hazel; his brothers Rudolfo...

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He was a great friend . He will be missed. Prayers to all the family and friends.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Growing up, I spent a lot of time in the Frias household. Lauren and I were best of friends, and I danced at the studio for a time. I really felt like part of the family, and I love each of them dearly. I will always remember how kind Luis was, his sence of humour, and his warmth. I remember him letting us stand on his feet at the studio as children while he taught us ballroom dance. I am so sorry for your loss. He will be deeply missed and always remembered for his incredible character. I...

Luis is a great friend. We met him on a trip to Las Vegas in 2016 and have been in touch ever since. He was an incredible person, with a big heart, a huge smile and always in a good mood, he made humor with his own life, he was an incredible man. He left his legacy, his experience as an honest and sincere man. May God always bless and comfort the heart of the whole family. We will miss you so much, Luis. Rest in peace!

e loved it when Luis and Donna and his group would reunite to perform there dance and drums routine at the Desert Shore Dance academy performances!! So exciting and I always saw him w a smile on his face our condolences to your family

RIP

Luis was my dad. He left a brightness and warmth with me that I will always be able to feel. It was a golden love that radiated brighter than the sun. He was an incredible person, a fun and nurturing father and a fierce performer. I have so much of my father in me that Im only just beginning to realise now that he is gone. Im so lucky I got him as a dad and I will miss that unconditional love, support and humour so much. We love you dad.

Im glad you knew the Lord and had strong faith! You were such a strong presence in the circus during your time with RBBB. It was wonderful being friends and traincar neighbors, I loved spending time with you and Donna during train-runs. Thanks for the joy you brought to the world.

I worked with Luis at the stratosphere and at terrible's. He was a truly good and kind person. We are all better for knowing him. RIP Luis.