Luis-Maza-Obituary

Luis Maza

Atlanta, Georgia

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MAZA, Luis R. Luis R. Maza, son of Manuel Maza Escudero and Martina (Feliciana) Sanchez Esquerra, was born on October 7, 1935 in Cardenas, Cuba. The Cuba of his childhood was very different from the Cuba of today. He was a boy scout, a drum major, and, as a young adult, he played trumpet in a...

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This is an incalculable loss to so many people and to Atlanta culture. I am sure that each heart that has been touched by Luis simply aches. Mine does. I can recall so many amazing human beings that I have had the privilege to meet, simply because Luis was my friend.

Dignified. Cultured. Talented. Sensitive. Loving. Loyal. Brilliant.

I love you Luis.

My heart goes out to each and everyone of Luis' family and friends. He was a great and talented man, a loving partner and a marvelous friend to my mother Sonia. After Dick's passing and my father Ray's passing Luis and my mom took "field trips" together and mom always loved being a part of the parties that Luis threw. He will be missed.

Luis grant José lucy Chris and myself Chicago 1997

Luis was Luis. Always full of joy and always one to enjoy life to the fullest. Lucy and I have many fond memories. We have great memories left to relish. Glad he left us peacefully.

And so we will remember Luis!

What a great life story, and what a wonderful man. Mark and I are so thankful to have been included in his vast network of friends. Our condolences to his family and closest friends. The Fourth of July will never be the same.

A fedora reminds me of Cuba and Cuba reminds me of Louis

Count Luigi will be missed. He was a wonderful man. He was there for me during a very difficult part of my life. I dont think I would be where I am today without his help and great influence. He can now hang up his Count hat and put on his wings of a Saint. Lots of love goes out to all those left behind. Thank you Louis Maza. Mark Prochnau

Wonderful parties withsuch a wide array of friends. I miss Luis. RIP, my dear friend.