Louis Harry Flewharty
- December 10, 1931 - April 14, 2012
- Dallas, Texas
of Louis' Passing
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Gerry and Cheryl,
I was so sad to here about Louis. I have been praying for you both and tell you how much I wish I could have been there with you all this past Tuesday. Louis always greeted me a warm smile and a hearty handshake. I will miss him dearly and I know I will see him again in heaven. Please know you are in my thought and prayers. Hope to see you soon,
Posted by: Eric Wilson - Rowlett, TX - Friend Apr 21, 2012
I am saddened to hear of Louis's passing. I liked and respected him both personally and professionally. My sympathy to his family and friends. We will miss him.
Posted by: John A. Wells - Plano, TX - Friend Apr 19, 2012
Gerry, you and Louis were the first to invite us into your home when we placed membership at Garland Road Church of Christ in 1975. Your friendship will always be very special to us. We enjoyed eating "out" with you guys many times over the years(Rocco's is still a special memory). We are thankful that God blessed us with your friendship. You are in our prayers.
Posted by: Kent & Marlene Denton - Georgetown, TX - Friend Apr 18, 2012
Dear Gerry and Cheryl, so sorry to hear of Louis passing. What a shock. My love and prayers are with you, and I can cherish my Greenville High memories.
Oleta Weaver Gann
Posted by: Oleta Weaver Gann - Mt. Vernon, TX - Friend since high school Apr 18, 2012
Posted by: Colonel John Carl Thompson - Garland, TX Apr 18, 2012
Hope you see the pearly gates
Posted by: Joan C Thompson - Garland, TX - former resident Apr 17, 2012
Louis was one of the first people we met at Highland Oaks. He was in charge of the greeters. We will miss his warm and friendly greeting and hand shake on Sunday Mornings.
Joe and Kathy Thompson
Posted by: Joe and Kathy Thompson - Richardson, TX - Friends from Highland Oaks Apr 17, 2012
Louis I will miss you and the memory of you lives on. May the Lord grant you eternal rest and may perpetual light shine upon you.
Posted by: Harold Furlong - Round Rock, TX - Classmate Apr 17, 2012
LOUIS WAS A TRUE GENTLEMAN OF THE HIGHET CALIBER. HE WAS LOVED FOR HIS EFFORTS IN THE CLASS OF '49. OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. MAY GOD BLESS YOU. JIMMYE AND ALLEN CLARK
Posted by: JIMMYE AND ALLEN CLARK - SPRING, TX - CLASSMATE AND FRIENDS Apr 17, 2012
Louis was such a great and thoughtful friend. He will absolutely be missed by all of the class of '49. I will always remember the day he located me years after he was so dedicated to our class. He came and visited me, and we sat at my kitchen table, drank coffee, and talked of memories of those "old school days.
Louis, may you rest in peace.
Posted by: Debbie Ray - Dallas, TX - Friend Apr 16, 2012