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Louis Angel Del Valle

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Louis Angel Del Valle
of Endwell
The loved Louis Angel Del Valle, age 65, peacefully passed on Tuesday, May 22nd, 2007, at his home in Endwell with his two daughters by his side. Louie will join his adored wife of 32 years, Miriam "Mimi" Del Valle, in the heavens. Louie will also join his father, Emilio Valle, his father-in-law, Julio Rivera, and brother-in-law, German Hernandez Jr. He is survived by his loving mother, Rosa Valle; mother-in-law, Gloria Rivera; daughters, Taína Del Valle Asili and Ayana Del Valle; son, Louie Del Valle Jr.; grandson, Yabisi Del Valle Asili; brother, Emilio Del Valle, brother, Victor Valle, sister-in-law, Cathy Valle; nieces, Lenina and Carisa Valle; and his pet dog, "Blessing." He is also survived by many close family and friends, including (among many others), Hector, Millie, Andy, Joey, Erik Colón, Elaine Liu; Peggy Garbarini; Janet, Charlie, Sophia and Lil' Charley Garbarini-Arbuiso and family; Merryl, David and Ariela Perez-Wallach; Betty, Luis, Monica and Melissa Valenzuela; Carmen "Tita" Ramos, Ron Anthony and son, Larry "Larito" Johnson; Louis, Veleria, Justin, Yalitza, Molefi and Angeni Ramos-Thompson; Carmen "Lillie," Crystal and Lillian Izquierdo; Jack Sperling; godson, Victorio Reyes Asili and family; Doris and Tony Flores Lebeau and sons; Elsie and the Vega family; the Valle, Arroyo, Romero, Rodriguez, Mangual and Landrum families; and all the important friends there would never be enough room to mention. Louie was born and raised in New York City. He earned a Bachelor's and Master's Degree from Binghamton University, where he later worked as an academic advisor with the Educational Opportunities Program (EOP) for over 25 years. Louie affected the lives of thousands of students by his commitment to making higher education accessible to all. He held a deep passion for music, particularly of the Latino/Afro-Caribbean, jazz, and doo-wop genres. He kept alive Puerto Rican cultural tradition demonstrated by his love for Bomba y Plena and playing the conga. Above all, Louie lived a life guided by exceptional kindness and generosity of spirit, treating every living creature with a sacred appreciation. In turn, he was loved and cherished by all who encountered him. He and his wife generously shared their home, food, understanding, and love with anyone who crossed their path.
We will forever be warmed by his humble presence, tender humor, and undying commitment to family and all those he loved. Let us cherish, and celebrate this kind, nurturing and gentle soul as he makes his journey back Home. Lovingly Submitted,
La Familia


Published in Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin on May 24, 2007
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