Condolence From: Lucy Lawlor - friend of Bruno & Dino's
Condolence: To Bruno and Dino,
Please accept my most sincere sympathies in the passing of a truly great man, your dear, dad, Lou Battochio. He was a gentleman with an iconic persona whose actions were always directed for the betterment of others and his community. What a gift he was to so many people and the lives he touched in so many positive ways. May God hold you and your families in the palm of his hand.
Condolence: Dear Cecile,Bruno,Dino and all of Lou's Family: Please accept our sincere sympathy for your loss.
Few people i know truly "lived" a life like Lou.In 90 plus years he stayed active and involved each and every day. He and Cecile raised a fine family and were always together , and giving to the community every day. Like many others , Lou had a profound influence on me , and although he never taught me in school ,he educated me in many ways. I will so miss our talks/debates and pleasant teasing of each other.He was a man of integrity , honesty,hard work ,faith and values.
He has left you all with so many memories that will always keep him around and in you all, spiritually ,forever. He was a man who has left a lasting legacy not only for you , but the community he so adored.
May God receive him quickly , and may you all remain in our thoughts and prayers.
Michael and Diane Mulryan
Condolence From: Schumacher Day Minor Hockey Association
Condolence: Mrs. Battochio, Dino, Bruno and the entire Battochio family While words cannot express the impact of the loss of our tireless leader, Lou was first and foremost a devoted Husband, Father and Grandfather. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Schumacher Day Minor Hockey is what it is today, because of Lou. His impact and legacy will be felt every time a volunteer steps on the ice, at the Mac, to guide, mentor and teach a child the great game of hockey. Lou's dedication to the youth of our community knew no bounds. He loved to teach...whether it was the players, the parents, coaches or volunteers.
SDMHA will carry on with Lou's guiding principle, that we are here to provide a safe environment for the kids and any child who wants to play this great game, should be given the opportunity.
On behalf of current and past Board members, volunteers, and players, "Thank you Lou" for all you have given to us over the decades.
RIP Luigi...until we meet again
Condolence: Cecile and Family
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.Lou was a great guy and will be missed by so many people. There are many happy school experiences to remember and so much more. Sorry I can't be there in person.