Condolences for Aloisio Chiovari

Joe and Peggy Guzzardo wrote:

We are sorry to hear of Lou’s passing. We were blessed to visit him at his home. We didn’t know that would be our last visit. He was all smiles and a delightful. We were looking forward to be with them in Arizona. We will miss him. Much love, joe and Peggy


Joseph Chiovari wrote:

Saddened at the news that my nephew Luigi has passed. He always thought of family and reached out to people. Always there for others to celebrate happy times and to share sad times. He would always call me to say hello and stay in touch, and we visited together many times in Chicago and in Arizona. Even when he was sick, he thought to visit me. I am so sorry to have to say goodbye to my dear nephew. So sorry that I cannot be there to show my respect. As soon as I return to Chicago, I will make time to pay my respects to his beautiful family. To Antonina and family, my deepest condolences. Sending prayers for his good soul. Love, Uncle Joe Chiovari.


Fran and Darold Johnson wrote:

Our friend and next door neighbor, Lou. We will always remember our great conversations in our back yards all spring, summer, and fall. Lou will always be in our hearts and prayers. Rest In Peace Lou with our Lord Jesus Christ.


Bob & Dina Krueger wrote:

Our dear friend, Lou. A kind and generous man whom we will never forget. May you rest in peace in the loving arms of our Lord, Jesus.


Tony & Mimma Maglio & Family wrote:

Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. Deepest condolences, Tony & Mimma Maglio & Family


Teresa Fioranante wrote:

To my dear cousin, you and your infectious smile will be forever missed, but I will never forget you or your love of family.



Dominic Chiovari wrote:

To my Godfather uncle Lou. May you rest in eternal peace.


Alongi - Geraci wrote:

Our prayers and condolences are with your whole family! Vincent and Antonietta Alongi - Annette Geraci


Joe Pecoraro wrote:

You were a great man who left an enormous impact on the people around you. Your memory never be forgotten for the honor you left for your entire family. Rest in peace Aloisio. Our deepest condolences from Joe, Dorothy, Cristina, Salvatore, and Daniella Pecoraro.


Teresa Zade wrote:

Dear big brother, I will never forget your caring and the connection that we shared. you were 15 years old and a very cute teenager. I was 3 years old. Our Mama told you to to go to our new house on Newport Avenue, to finish the cleaning before our move. I guess you wanted me to go also. So Mama gave you your lunch in a jar, must have been something she knew you liked. Because you took it and smiled. You put me on your bike and told me to hold on tight. I remember thinking 'I get to go with my big brother. I was very excited. Louie was riding so quickly, the wind was hurting my face, of course I started crying ,he told me we were almost there. He held me with one arm and he steered the handle bars with the other. he seemed like he went even faster by then. We finally made it safe and sound ,especially when we turned off Lincoln Avenue , can you believe it!! Thank You for the bike adventure , I like to ride still. All my Love Teresa