In Memory

Louis M. Virgilio

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09/28/17 12:13 AM #1    

Pat Ostic (Nelson)

 I knew Louie since 3rd grade. We grew up on the same street in a time when all the kids in the neighborhood would play together outside til it was dark and time to go home. Fun memories of a simpler era. Always sad to see one of our classmates leave this world. RIP Louie.

09/28/17 11:41 AM #2    

Pat Large (Mastalli)

I remember Louie very well.  He could always make you laugh; sometimes at the teacher's expense. He was my first "date" in 6th grade; a western movie at Pascack Theatre.  I remember he asked if he could kiss me and I said, "Let's not and say we did!"  He was quick on the uptake and said, "Let's and say we didn't."  It was such a strange coincidence that his father grew up just down the street from my mother in Paterson and they knew each other very well.  Life sure has such funny twists and turns.  He was always such a nice, funny guy.

09/28/17 12:34 PM #3    

Fred Scherer

I remember Louie in the locker room after school one afternoon. Harry Eden was bent over getting something out of his locker (naked), and Louie took a squirt bottle of linament, and gave him a good dose right between his legs.  Harry came unglued, and Louie was last seen running into the sunset. I never forgot that. RIP my friend.


09/29/17 06:05 PM #4    

Emily Helen Falk (Mulholland)

I remember Louie very well from Holdrum Elementary School. Unfortuneately, what I remember most is the bouts of low blood sugar he had, which caused him to have seizures. It worked out that he was always seated near me, and he would just fall to the floor, convulsing. It upset me so very much to watch him go through that. The teacher kept sugar cubes in her desk to give to him, until the nurse could get there. At the time, I was a member of the Future Nurses Club, and the Junior Red Cross. Seeing Louie have these seizures cured me of wanting to be a nurse! I wonder if he suffered from that in his adult life.....I saw his photo on the Memory Board at our 50th reunion. Always so sad.

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