Louise M. DiNatale

21 janvier 195220 août 2020
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Louise M. DiNatale was born January 21, 1952 and passed away on August 20, 2020. She is survived by her children; Tina (Rick) and Tony, grandchildren; Tony, David and Andrew.

Louise loved her home team the Detroit Tigers, whether it was watching a game on TV or going to a Tigers game downtown, she always rooted for them. Louise also enjoyed her Rock 'n Roll music and spending time with her children and grandchildren, her favorite trip still talked about to this day is the time spent in New York with her daughter in 1998. She was also very crafty and liked making gifts for family and friends. Louise will be deeply missed.

A visitation will be held on Monday August 24th from 4-8pm with a 7:00pm rosary at Harry J Will Funeral Home in Livonia. Funeral service on Tuesday August 25th at 11:00am (in state at 10:30am) at Harry J Will Funeral Home. Louise will be laid to rest at Michigan Memorial Park Cemetery.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.HarryjWillLivonia.com for the DiNatale family.


  • Visitation

    lundi, 24 août , 2020

  • Funeral In State

    mardi, 25 août , 2020

  • Funeral Service

    mardi, 25 août , 2020


Louise M. DiNatale

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Amy David

août 24, 2020

My dearest Lou, you will be sadly missed .. the best memories I can think of is my moms baby shower , she was so surprised and we had a great day. Then we would go camping ⛺️ and made the best memories together. You were/are loved and I hope you are at peace

Josephine David

août 22, 2020

My dear Louise. So many fond memories. Here are a few. At the house on Huron River dr. I remember going there every summer, your mom locking us out and having kool- aid made with well water to drink and an outhouse to use if we needed it. Archie plowing the fields and us waiting to take turns riding on the tractor with him. On the Middlebelt farm going across the road to the Dodies and picking eggs from the hen house and feeding their rabbits. When we were older I can remember picking you up and we'd go to the airport to play pool it was 25 cents a game or just listening to music. And your white beautiful bedroom set you got and would always saved your chewed gum by sticking it on the underside of your desk or bed posts. Your mom got so mad at you. Selling vegetables and gladiola's at your dads roadside stand or just sitting with him on his swing listening to the Tiger games. He loved them too. Memories, good memories that I will never forget. That old sock monkey you had too, I always wanted one. Rest in peace Lou, you so deserve it. Love you and I will always have these great memories and more. Lula, orange will always remind me of you. Love you

Lynn Newbrough

août 22, 2020

Loved her, was a wonder lady, raised 2 great kids, Tina, and Tony, Will be so missed, by so many friends, and family. She is at peace now. So sorry, my heartfelt sympathy.

Jennifer Zimnicki (LeForge)

août 22, 2020

Louise had a caring heart and would give you the shirt off her back even if it was all she had. I was in scouts with Tina and worked with Louise for many years. It took me a long time to address her as Louise instead of Mrs. DiNatale. She gave me many rides home from Arbor before I had a car and could drive. She was a wonderful woman and will be missed.