Condolence & Memory Journal

So sorry to hear of your loss. Mr. Dugas was always friendly and smiling anytime we saw him. Sending love and prayers to the whole family.

Ralph and Dawn Bartoletti

Posted by Ralph and Dawn Bartoletti - Friend   February 08, 2021

Sending our sincerest sympathies and prayers to your family---Lou was such a joy to talk with! Always interested in how his customers were doing! What a memorable life--and what a wonderful family he and Louise raised! Blessings to you all!

Posted by Denise Lewellyn - Friend   February 05, 2021

So sad to hear of Lou's passing. I've known Lou since he married my good friend Louise. I send my sympathy to Louise and all the family. Thanks to God for the life of this good man.

Posted by judy scott - Friend   February 05, 2021

Mr. Dugas was a good man who I always looked forward to seeing whether it be in his store or at one of the many Dugas functions that I attended over the years. I enjoyed seeing him because he was always happy and smiling, and he always made me laugh out loud. My deepest sympathies to the entire family.

Posted by Chris Maropis - Friend   February 04, 2021

It's hard to find the right words to describe Lou . As my brother I would want none other than Lou by my side. He was tough and a very good husband, father, brother and business man. Lou left a lot stories to be told about his life, good ones and some not to some people. I will always remember when Lou would visit me Michigan and I would take Lou and Bobbbie B on tours of GM plants. He made me feel so proud that I made my way out of Slovan and did well in GM. You will be missed brother .

Posted by martin dugas - Brother   February 04, 2021

Please accept our sympathy and know our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Posted by Jack&Renay Davis - Friend   February 04, 2021

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Posted by Gene & Marilyn Colpo    February 04, 2021

Dugas and Resnik families, I am so very sorry for your loss.

Posted by Cindy Resnik Bartram - Weirton, WV   February 03, 2021

I'll always remember Lou as a hard working, great guy. Every year when we visited my grand parents in Atlasburg, one of the highlights was going to the beer distributor to see my mom's cousin Lou. He always greeted us with his infectious smile. As kids we always loved to see the cases of Nehi pop and all the great flavors! And every time we went to church in Burgettstown you could be sure cousin Lou was helping out somewhere being an usher, directing parking or doing whatever else needed his help. He was a great guy and I'll remember him just like in his picture

Posted by Patrick Groody - Vernon Hills, IL - Family   February 03, 2021

Sympathy and prayers to the family

Posted by Teresa Bernola - Oakdale, PA - Friend   February 03, 2021