I have fond memories of watching Lou play tennis in the tournaments at Keeney Park,when I was a high school student at Weaver. I also saw him play in the City tournament at Colt's Park.
Lou sold us our first life insurance policies in 1957 when he had his office in the apartment building on the corner of Edgewood Street and Albany Ave.He always asked me how we were doing and I remember his kind and friendly disposition.
I didn't start playing tennis until I was 45, but I will always try to emulate Lou's mild manner and good sportsmanship on the court. Arthur