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Louis J. Polsinelli II

September 27, 1987July 6, 2020

Louis Joseph Polsinelli II, of Indianapolis, departed this life Monday, July 6, 2020. He was born September 27, 1987 in Logansport, Indiana to Louis Joseph and Melinda Diane Polsinelli. Louis attended Speedway High School. He enjoyed all sports and played football and basketball. He loved all things Indianapolis and rarely missed watching a Colts or Pacers game. He was an amazing cook and was known for his perfect replication of “Grandma Lucy’s” meatballs and sauce. Louis was preceded in death by his father, Louis Joseph Polsinelli and his grandparents, Dean Mantooth and Lucy and Anthony Polsinelli. He is survived by his loving mother, Melinda Diane Polsinelli; dear grandmother, Nora Mantooth; beloved siblings, Morgan Van Dyke of Morgantown, IN, Brandon (Lindsay) Rigney of Apex, NC, Ben (Trista) Smith of Maryville, TN, Tony Vronesevich of Crown Pointe, IN, Gina (Mike) Sanders of Highland, IN, Kim (John) Power of Dyer, IN, Danielle Buck of Alcoa, TN, Merrilynn (late husband Paul) Harding of Crown Pointe, IN ; dear aunts and uncles, Dean (Rachel) Mantooth of Indianapolis and Judy (Jay) Atherton of Noblesville, IN; several nieces and nephews, Brooke, Jack, Joseph, Aria, Jackson, Lincoln, Giovanni, Gabriella, Grayson, Cooper and Griffin and a host of cousins and friends. A celebration of Louis’ life will be on Sunday July 12th at his mother’s home from 11:00 am until 3:00 pm


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Louis J. Polsinelli II

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Teresa & Rocky Grismore

July 11, 2020

Sweet Louie, you were such a sweet boy and young man. We treasure the times we spent with you and Nate! We had some fun times. I hope the cooks in heaven know how to make “garbage”...I hope you have found peace...

Melinda Polsinelli

July 11, 2020

Louie, I love you, you told me you know I love you. I wish the love I had for you was enough. I am devastated your soul is no longer here. Now that you are free and with God, if I could pray you back, I would not. Be free of sorrow, guilt and shame. You are now perfect in a perfect place. I know you know Jesus and you accept him as your savor. Watch over us until I hold you again. All my heart is broken. I love you, Mom

Sherry Bradley

July 9, 2020

Oh Louie, if love alone could have saved you, then you would still be here. My favorite memory of you is when you were a little boy and you would always tell me “Aunt Sherry, you make the best smashed potatoes in the whole world” that still brings such joy to my heart. There are so many other memories, that I cherish as well. You’ll never be forgotten.
I love you so very much, Louie.
Always and forever, your Aunt Sherry

Kimberly Mantooth

July 9, 2020

You were loved so much, & you were so much more than that disease. I wish with all my heart that things were different, & that you could’ve beaten this. Your life wasn’t finished, so many people are grieving for you Louie. I hope & pray that you’re finally at peace..

“I love you cuz”

Aunt Judy and Uncle Jim Atherton

July 8, 2020

May you Rest In Peace, Louie. There were many of us who loved you.

Aunt Judy and Uncle Jim


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