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Obituary for Louie Lorenze

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Louie Lorenze

January 16, 1930 - June 13, 2014

Louie Lorenze, 84, passed away June 13, 2014. He was born January 16, 1930 to Tullio Lorenzini and Virginie Purin in Liege, Belgium. He married MarJean Beasley August 1956. They later divorced.
Louie immigrated to the United States at the age of 18. He applied for and received his United States citizenship while serving in the Army during the Korean War. Louie received an honorable discharge. He attended Weber State College and worked at Hill Air Force Base as a civil engineer until retirement. He enjoyed golfing, skiing and especially enjoyed spending time with his children and grandchildren.
He is survived by his children; Dianna Spensko Price, UT, Shanna Lee (Ronnie) Duncan Clinton, UT, Teresa (Jed) Bodily North Salt Lake, UT: six grandchildren and two –and – half great-grandchildren; and many cousins and their families.
He was preceded in death by his parents and son-in-law, Dennis Spensko.
A special thanks to A Step Forward Hospice for their tender loving care in Louie’s final days.
Per Louie’s request, no viewing or visitation will be held. There will be private family services following cremation. In lieu of flowers donations to the USO,Veterans organizations, Humane Society, American Red Cross, or charity of your choice.


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Per Louie’s request there will be no public viewing or visitation.

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Born: January 16, 1930
Died: June 13, 2014

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Phil Unguren posted on 6/16/14

Louis was my mother's first cousin and therefore my 2nd cousin. He was a happy go lucky kind of guy who always seemed to be in a good mood, at least when I saw him. I am sorry to see him go but I'm sure he had a great and fulfilling life. My deepest sympathies to the family.