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Lombardi, Luigi

Lombardi, Luigi

January 24, 1944 — December 9, 2019

Luigi Lombardi, age 75, passed away December 9, 2019.

Visitation will be held at 12Noon, Thursday, December 19, 2019, at Park Lawn Funeral Home. Funeral services will begin at 1:00pm. Burial will follow at Memorial Park Cemetery.

Luigi was born January 24, 1944 to Salvatore Lombardi and Maria Aruta Lombardi. Louie is survived by his older sister Nina Day and his younger brother Howard Woods. Luigi married his high school sweetheart, Martha (Dinky) Prater, on June 30, 1962. He is survived by his wife and two daughters, Julie Darlene Oswald and Bridgette Denise England; along with 4 grandchildren: Justin Shawn England, Amanda Darlene Schwentker, Benjamin Lee Oswald, and Aubree Marie Watts; and one great grandchild: Tenley Grace Schwentker. Louie was a beloved member of the Boilermakers Local 83 brotherhood. Luigi positively influenced all that he met and will be dearly missed by all. The world lost a kind and gentle soul; but heaven gained its best angel yet. Rest in Peace Louie- aka dad and Papaw.

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Service Information

Luigi Lombardi, age 75, passed away December 9, 2019.

Visitation will be 12Noon, Thursday, December 19, 2019, at Park Lawn Funeral Home. Funeral services will begin at 1:00pm. Burial will follow at Memorial Park Cemetery.

Lombardi, Luigi's Guestbook

Luigi was my welding instructor when i was a young apprentice and I will never forget his kindness and how he helped me in the welding booth,I can remember talking fishing with him.He was truly a great man and teacher he truly will be missed.

Gordon Gorajewski

Our family loved Luigi! He had the biggest heart of anyone we have ever known. Words cannot express the sadness we feel. He was much too young to leave this life. However, we know he is with his parents in heaven and hopefully fishing with his Uncle Tony. We love you and want to express our most sincere sympathy to Nina, Dinky and the family. May God bless you all and comfort you at this time. We will see you again someday cousin! <3

Kristine & Tony Helm and Family

I was an apprentice in his shop and classroom , I worked side by side with Loui ,yrs later, for 5 yrs at BM , BNAP. He taught me to be a better welder. In skill and knowledge , He hired and taught me how to be an instructor to our students , and We spent many hrs catfishing at lake by his house. I still use some of his techniques in every one of these ways . Youll be missed and thank you for everything you gave me. R.I.P. brother .

Rick Cook

You were a true, special friend. We grew up together. Heaven is a better place with you there. John Matzeder

John matzeder

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