Obituary: Aniello Lou Napolitano
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PORTLAND – Aniello “Lou” Napolitano, 74, of Portland, handed away at his residence on Dec. 20, 2022. He was born in …
Aniello “Lou” Napolitano
PORTLAND – Aniello “Lou” Napolitano, 74, of Portland, passed absent at his household on Dec. 20, 2022. He was born in Portland on Jan. 19, 1948, son of the late Aniello L. Napolitano and Phyllis G. Webber.
Lou attended Buxton educational institutions and was a graduate of Bonney Eagle High College course of 1966. Right out of large faculty, he enlisted in the United States Army and served in Vietnam. In 1970, he was honorably discharged and arrived back to the U.S. Then, he married Judy Cox of Portland in 1972. Two a long time later his only daughter, the heart of his universe, Angela, was born. He re-enlisted in the Army a year after that in 1975. Lou and Judy later divorced in 1979 but remained the very best of buddies.
Lou formally retired from the U.S. Military in 1992. He designed it his life’s work to provide his country and was a very pleased veteran. Right after retiring he labored for many decades as an ROTC recruitment officer. Upon retiring he also designed a passion for golfing, doing work at many golf classes, and visiting Myrtle Beach front per year to go golfing with his buddies and family members. He was a good storyteller with an amazing perception of humor. He could entertain and make his family snicker for hours on stop. His jokes, stories and type demeanor will be sorely missed by all who had been blessed plenty of to know him. In June of 2020, Lou turned sick. His daughter Angela moved from North Carolina back household to Maine, to consider treatment of him till the very conclusion.
Lou is survived by his beloved daughter, Angela Napolitano of Westbrook, “husband-in-law” Shawn Maddocks, lifelong finest buddy and brother in arms Larry Plotner of Hagerstown Md., brothers Mike Napolitano of Standish, William Napolitano and his spouse Vivian of Standish, Robert Webber and his wife Jean of Steep Falls, Phil Webber and his wife Doreen of Steep Falls, Neil Napolitano and his spouse Elizabeth of Wallingford, Conn., Ronald Napolitano and his wife June of Meriden, Conn., sisters Roberta Emerson of Steep Falls, Kimberly Nelson and her spouse Gordon of Steep Falls, and Luanne Napolitano of Wallingford, Conn.
He was predeceased by his ex-wife and expensive close friend, Judy Maddocks sisters Myrna and her partner David Vance, Jeannie and her partner Harvey Vance and Laverne Salvati, brother, Anthony Napolitano, and brother-in-law, Greg Emerson.
Visitation will be held on Thursday, Dec. 29, from 10-12 p.m. with a funeral services commencing at 12 p.m. at Dolby, Blais & Segee, 434 River Rd., Windham. Armed forces Funeral Honors will be taking place at one p.m. adhering to the provider. Burial will be held afterwards day and time to be announced in Spring 2023.
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