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Angelos at the Point
Friday September 24th, 2021

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Louis N Alaimo

LOUIS NELLO “LOU” ALAIMO, age 58 of Dandridge, TN, passed out of this life into the next on September 19, 2021. Dearly beloved husband, father, brother, and “PopPop,” Lou loved his family first and his Florida Gators second. The life of the party wherever he went, Lou had a playful spirit, a radiant smile, and a hilarious sense of humor. He loved meeting people and had a gift for making friends wherever he went. Lou was born the fifth of five children to Charles and Marion Alaimo in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania and grew up in West Wyoming, PA with his four siblings. He moved with his family to Vero Beach, Florida as a teenager and attended the University of Florida where he played on the Florida Gators football team from 1981-1985 as a Defensive Lineman. He remained a devoted Gator fan all of his life and passed on his passion for the game to his children, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. Lou was blessed to meet the love of his life, Deborah “Debbie” Galbraith, in 2005. The couple married in 2009 and, afterwards, moved to Tennessee. For the past six years, Lou was employed by the Stoughton Lease Company where he worked as an Operations Manager. He loved spending time outdoors boating and fishing with family and friends, loved cooking for his family, and loved spending time with his three grandchildren and visiting his extended family. Lou was preceded in death by his parents and by his beloved brother-in-law Richard Hoch; he is survived by his wife, Debbie Alaimo; by his three daughters and their spouses, Stephanie Galbraith and Kirk Nicodemus, Brooke Galbraith and Joshua Hollingsworth, and Jayce Galbraith and Austin Potts; by his grandchildren, Harper, Jeremiah, Isiah, and baby Nella, named for her “PopPop,” on the way; by his four siblings and their spouses, Gregory Alaimo, Rose Ann Brant and William Brant, Charlene Hoch, and Angela Alaimo O’Donnell and Brennan O’Donnell. He also left behind numerous adoring nephews and nieces, including Charles and Elise O’Donnell, Patrick and Theresa O’Donnell, William and Laura O’Donnell; Richard and Melissa Hoch and Michal and Andrew Palmacci; and Vito Brant. Lou was a loving great-uncle, as well, to Ellie and Cora O’Donnell, Brady Palmacci, and Elena Rey Hoch. The heart of our family, Lou was dearly loved and will be terribly missed by all. A celebration of his wonderful life will take place on Friday, September 24, 2021, at 3:00 PM at Angelos at the Point, 122 Boatdock Drive, Dandridge, TN 37725. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Lou Alaimo College Fund for the education of his grandchildren and sent to Deborah Alaimo, 108 Danielle Drive, Dandridge, TN 37725.

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A candle was lit in memory of Louis Alaimo

Tyson Morgan Sep 27 2021 4:13 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Louis Alaimo

Larry and Anna Michael Sep 25 2021 3:57 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Louis Alaimo

Lisa Wellman Sep 24 2021 3:12 PM

My heart is breaking for all of you. I love you Stephanie

Pamela Pike Sep 23 2021 11:44 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Louis Alaimo

Trevor Williams Sep 22 2021 9:40 PM

I worked with Lou in Vero Beach so sad to hear. Wish you all the beat.

David Bailey Sep 22 2021 4:08 PM

Prayers from the Charlie Martin and the Martin Family.
We pray are praying
" Dear God we know that the fond memories of Lou stays will stay everyone's hearts. We pray that the Lord will help ease the everyone (who knew and loved Lou) hearts and anxiety. That You will show them Your mercy and give them the peace of God, which surpasses passes all understanding, That God will help guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

Philippians 4:4-7

Charlie Martin Sep 22 2021 3:15 PM

Lou you will be missed by so many. Everyone here at Titan will be in that group of people. I personally will miss seeing you at Ruby Tuesdays and listening to you tell me how bad your Gators are going to whip my Vols. Then seeing you with that sneaky grin after we got our butts beat! Your friendship and support is something that I will never forget brother. Prayers for your entire family as they have lost a very special Man!

Billy Maples Sep 22 2021 9:58 AM

Lou was a great man and without a doubt the best at his job. He taught me a lot and I will be forever grateful for being able to be a part of his life. Deb you and your family are in our prayers.

Alex Sep 22 2021 8:56 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Louis Alaimo

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