OBITUARY

Louis Joseph CIARDI

March 13, 1959April 4, 2019

Louis Joseph CIARDI was born on March 13, 1959 in Newark, NJ and passed away on April 4, 2019 in PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania.

Services

No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
REMEMBERING

Louis Joseph CIARDI

have a memory or condolence to add?

ADD A MEMORY
Patrick Wavershak

April 13, 2019

Uncle, You were my uncle but man you were my Dad,Uncle,Brother, and my friend all in one. Sometimes you were even my mom. (When you used that hair dye). I will miss you today and forever until we meet again. I hope you you are showing everyone how to play blackjack and roulette but please dont show them how you play cornhole. Love you UNCLE

Tom Seifert

April 11, 2019

Carol Ciardi And Family, my Deepest Sympathy To All. Louis was a great guy. Great Memories of Louis Having his powder blue Lincoln and I had a powder blue caddy cruising around town. Going to see his cousin Benny Troy play with Aunt Patty And Uncle Lou. May you RIP my friend. Until We Meet Again.

Kim Phillips

April 9, 2019

Louie it's hard to believe the Lord called you home early. Ill always remember your heart of gold & the wonderful caring person you were. Rest in peace...free from pain and knowing in your heart you left a legacy behind and you touched the lives of many.
My sincere condolences to Louies family. May you find comfort and peace in the many fond memories shared.
God Bless

Todd Hartpence

April 9, 2019

I met Lou in the early 80s and worked with him for many many years and over all those years he has left so many memories with me that I couldn’t even know where to start . From Dirt Bike riding playing racquetball Atlantic City trips or Dinners in Little Italy to dancing many nights away in all the top clubs NYC had to offer him. Lou and his sister Suzie were the first ones ever to get me on a dance floor and from then on you couldn’t keep me off. Lou had a heart of gold and always watched out for me and took great care of me for so many years. We lost touch for awhile and we reconnected and again it was like old times. I worked for Lou again and our friendship never missed a beat. We didn’t always see eye to eye but who does,Seeing Lou and Carol at their Wedding was the happiest I ever saw him. I will always have a special place in my heart for Louis and his family and he will be missed by many. RIP Louis . All my love to the Ciardi family . Todd

Venera Esposito

April 9, 2019

Dear Uncle Pat, Carol, Patty, Lucky, Maryann, Sammy, and Susie, our sincerest condolences for the passing of your son, husband and brother, Louis. We are heartbroken for all. Gone way too soon. Louie was a kind hearted man who always wanted to please all, and do whatever he could to not only better his life, but the lives of others. My sons and I know this first hand. He was a hard worker, and always looking for the next business he could make succeed, for the betterment of his family. His intentions were always good ones. My son Michael can attest to this. Louie, and Michael Jr., got along very well because they had much in common, as Entrepreneurs. Louie had so much more to accomplish, but we guess God had another plan for him! We are sure our family members and Cousins who have passed before him, will not only watch over Louie, but all of you, as well!! Fly high with the Angels, Cousin Louie! You will be sorely missed by all!! RIP with God's Eternal Light Shining Upon you!!!
Love, Cousins Venera, Angela, Michael Jr., and Anthony

Stacey Kassar

April 8, 2019

I met Louie through Gary when I brought my car to the detail shop. Louie detailed my car and did a great job. He took such pride in his work and it definitely showed as he worked on my car.

I didn't know him a long time, but he always had a smile on his face and his personality was one of a kind. Even when he wasn't feeling well and I saw him at the shop, he was always positive and a fighter.

To Louie's family, May your precious memories of him, and sympathy of your friends, help comfort you all through this difficult time.




Gary Maggio

April 8, 2019

When I first met Louie, almost 4 years ago, I soon found out that no one could touch him in the auto detailing business. A very special guy who did things his way. My dear friend Louie, Frank Sinatra has nothing on you when it comes to doing things "your way". Here was a man that could take coal and turn it into diamonds.

I had the priviledge of seeing you every day, and arguing with you every day, only to leave your place laughing.

You left me way too soon my friend! I know you are in a much better place now and I will think of you always.

My prayers and thoughts are with Pop, Carol and the kids.

Michelle Albanese

April 8, 2019

This is so heartbreaking to me.
Louis I remember all the times I would wanna sit next to when I was younger because i always thought u were cute and the sweetest person ever!!!!
I will cherish those times being embarrassed and turning red when u were around!!!!
RIP and fly high in the sky!!
Love and prayers to your family
Xoxoxox

Stephanie & Stephen Cecchini

April 8, 2019

We all go back such a long way Louie. I fondly remember the days of the car wash in North Plainfield and the friendship that we all shared. Your kindness, generosity, and sense of humor will always be remembered.
We know that you are in Heaven and surrounded by the glory of the Lord.
Until we all are able to laugh together again....Rest in peace!

judith molesky

April 7, 2019

I am sorry to hear about Louie's passing. You have all lost a fine son and brother and I have lost a very dear friend. May God comfort you at this time of need. RIP Louie .