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  1. Louie, i will forever think of you when i hear this song. The lyrics are amaZing. So comforting! Will RiseChris TomlinLyricsThere’s a peace I’ve come to knowThough my heart and flesh may failThere’s an anchor for my soulI can say ‘It is well’Jesus has overcomeAnd the grave is overwhelmedThe victory is wonHe is risen from the deadAnd I will rise when He calls my nameNo more sorrow, no more painI will rise on eagles’ wingsBefore my God fall on my kneesAnd riseI will riseThere’s a day that’s drawing nearWhen this darkness breaks to lightAnd the shadows disappearAnd my faith shall be my eyesJesus has overcomeAnd the grave is overwhelmedThe victory is wonHe is risen from the deadAnd I will rise when He calls my nameNo more sorrow, no more painI will rise on eagles’ wingsBefore my God fall on my kneesAnd riseI will riseAnd I hear the voice of many angels sing,’Worthy is the Lamb’And I hear the cry of every longing heart,’Worthy is the Lamb’And I hear the voice of many angels sing,’Worthy is the Lamb’And I hear the cry of every longing heart,’Worthy is the Lamb’And I will rise when He calls my nameNo more sorrow, no more painI will rise on eagles’ wingsBefore my God fall on my kneesAnd riseI will rise

  2. I’m very sorry for your family’s loss of Lou. He was a great man with a big heart! He always went out of his way to see how you were doing, he was great with the kids and always had you intrigued with his stories! He will surely be missed. My condolences to you all! You will all be in my thoughts and prayers! Love, Annemarie

  3. Dear Lou You shall forever live in our heart … You gave so much and for that you will be remembered. I’m blessed to have had a wonderful Boss who became my dear friend. May your soul find the rest and peace it so deserves… love you always amen ≡ƒÆò

  4. RIP Lou. A gentleman who would tell you how it was. He would pull no punches. Something people may not have known. Lou could work wonders in the kitchen. Many a times we at the Queens Gun Club (Lou was a founding member and former president.) work parties, we would go home weighing more than we showed up as. Dinners and meetings have not be the same without you Lou. We hope you find everlasting peace.

  5. Thanks for helping me in air traffic control and handicapping horses. You were the King in both fields

  6. Lou was the first person I met entering NYCenter in 1970 which shaped my career in the FAA. He was also the first person to greet me back in 1997 when I returned to the center. He was always a dear friend and mentor. He will be greatly missed. Keep you eyes on the sky’s Lou !

  7. Louie, we love you! We will always be remembered in our hearts! Go with God and make a bet for us!!��💞💞💕

  8. Lou was my boss, my mentor and my friend. He made me into a better man than before I met him.He is now at peace running the watch for the Lord.

  9. Lou, you were a force of nature. I basked in your sunshine and took cover in the storm. Unforgettable and loved.

  10. Over the years that I worked with Lou he was a mentor, friend and at times an adversary. But, when I left New York in 2005 he wrote a message to me that began “To my Son�! I know that he knew the feeling was mutual and that the things he taught me over the years would be with me my entire life. When I heard of his passing I was deeply saddened, he will be missed. Lou, may God hold you close and Bless You until we meet again, rest in peace my friend!

  11. Sorry for your loss. Without his fatherly advice and help I wouldn’t have completed my 20 years in ATC. He was one of a kind.

  12. Goodbye Uncle Ernie! You were the best Uncle ever- You and Dad had so many great times growing up and throughout the years-Go find him in heaven and continue on! Rest in Peace. We love you with all our hearts -Sharon & Casey

  13. Uncle Ernie, You were always kind and funny. I’ll always remember your jokes and your easy way of being with us kids. Keep smiling and thanks for being a sweet uncle. Love, Diane

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