Lou sported different hats to many people. To his children he was a father intent on teaching his daughters right from wrong. He was called “Reverend” at DiMedio Lime Co where he worked. To his wife Bev he was the man that spoiled her. Lou cooked, and his best dishes were Spanish rice, potato salad and cheese cake. He even ironed the sheets. But what he was most intent on doing was spreading the Good News. He never left home without tracts that he handed out to everyone. Lou lived his Christian faith and shared with all who would listen.
Going to church blessed Lou with a new partner, Beverly Bauers. They married and spent the last 6 years traveling and enjoying each other. He is survived by daughters: Danette Parker (Marvin), Charmaine Randolph, Lu’Shell Alexander (Donell), siblings: Maurice Randolph Sr., Garland Carter and Kim Sinclair, 5 granchildren, 7 great grandchildren, extended family members, Carla Herbert, CJ Bauers, Joshua Bauers, and a multitude of nieces and nephews, cousins, and Chaketa aka girlfriend.
Come celebrate 67 Christen years Tuesday from 10 a.m. at Daley Life Celebration Studio, 1518 Kings Hwy., Swedesboro where the service will begin at 11 a.m.