Lou (aka: Gino) was born and raised in New York City and Queens NY.  He was a very good student and loved and participated in all kinds of sports.  In 1965 he married his high school sweetheart Janet and they had two children, Donna and Chris.  Shortly after he married he was drafted into the Army, completing a three year tour one of which in Vietnam.  While in the Army he attended numerous telecommunication classes which would later shape his entire working career.

After getting an honorary discharge from the Army he went to work for RCA Global Communications and during his employ he received numerous awards for his outstanding contributions to the Company and the Telecommunications Industry.

In 1978 Lou and Jan decided to trade city living for the wide open spaces of the Southwest.  They first moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico and spent five wonderful years in a totally new environment.  While living in Albuquerque Lou worked for Mountain Bell and attended several of their telecommunications schools further advancing his telecommunications knowledge.  Lou was transferred to Phoenix Mountain Bell in 1983 and continued to work for them when the Company was changed to US West and again Qwest.  During this period of time he again received numerous awards for his work ethics and excellence and also won the President’s Award.

After 22 years with the various phone companies Lou decided to retire, but not for long.  He continued working for MCI, Verizon, Telespectra and was currently employed with Wells Fargo in their telecommunications division and worked as a Network Manager.

Love of Family was his first priority and the telecommunications industry was a close second.  Aside from Family and work Lou enjoyed tinkering with his vehicles,  four wheeling and archery.  He is survived by his daughter Donna, Son Chris and Grandchildren, Bryce, Kyle, Lane, Kaydee, Berto, and Kaydon. He is also survived by his two Sisters, Vera Bozinos and Lisa Anderson and Niece Susan and Nephew Jim.



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