OBITUARY

Louis George Damiano

September 12, 1967November 20, 2021
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Louis G. Damiano, 54, of Olive Branch, MS went to be with the Lord on Saturday, November 20, 2021. Louis was preceded in death by his father, Louis J. Damiano; grandmother, Alma Oliveira; and grandson, Logan Gross. He is survived by his wife, Cortney Damiano; mother, Rosemarie Thompson; daughter, Ashley Gross(Brandon); daughter, Amber May(Scott); son, Louis C. Damiano(Chynna); son, Jacob Nelson; son, Morgan Nelson; grandchildren: Madison, Timmy, Reagan, Chance, Jaxon, Rosalie, Cheyanne, Bryson, Louis Jake, Skylar, Evelyn, and Charlotte; and sisters, Sherri Ryder(David) and Donna Kilburn(Craig). Louis was a loving son, husband, father, and grandfather. His family meant everything to him. He was a believer in Jesus Christ and a part of the BranchPoint Missional Community. He had a heart for people and was passionate about donating to charities and helping people in need. He owned LawsCon LLC with his best friend and business partner, Todd Lawson. Louis was a man who was “rough around the edges”, but had a friendly, kind, and caring heart. He was a mentor to many in his life. In his free time he enjoyed music, especially rock. The family will receive friends for a time of visitation at Brantley Funeral Home on Tuesday, November 30, 2021 from 12-2 pm with a funeral service to follow at 2:00 pm. Interment will be at Lebanon Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family asks memorials be made to the MS State Troopers or the Wounded Warrior Project. These were the two charities he was most passionate about.

Services

  • Reception

    Tuesday, November 30, 2021

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, November 30, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, November 30, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, November 30, 2021

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Jamie Robson

November 30, 2021

Although we lost touch after he, then we moved out of Carter’s Plantation, you could bet we could pick up right where we left off whenever we happen to run into each other. He was definitely a stand up guy. If he told you he would make something happen, it would get done. Man of his word, which is a rarity nowadays. Good man I know will missed by many. RIP my friend.

Donna & Bob Barney

November 29, 2021

Louis built a house for us and also my Son’s house. He always had a smile and was so easy to work with. I would want something different or extra while building and would always ask him if we could do that and Louis would laugh and tell me it’s your money we can do whatever you want. We loved his smile! He was a great guy. We went on to work with him on flooring in the houses he built since we owned Tim Hogan’s Carpet & Floors in Southaven.

Kathy Byford

November 29, 2021

I’ll always remember Louis as a laughing bear of a man. He made you feel better just by being around. He was gruff sometimes, cursed like a sailor and could irritate the crap out of you. But, he was someone you could depend on to be there for you and you knew that he really cared.

He is going to be missed greatly. The world went a little darker when we lost his light. Rest In Peace, my friend.

Kathy Byford

Donna Rigsby

November 26, 2021

Louis was always a dear friend to me. He will truly be missed.

Mark Lott

November 23, 2021

He was a good guy. I have worked on his vehicles and he would come into Darbys and wouldn't let no one but me touch it, if he liked u u then he would stand up no matter the circumstances he was well liked by everyone here. Gonna miss him.

Christie Gravatt

November 22, 2021

This world lost a great man. Proud to call you my friend! I’m going to miss you! You we’re always always positive and encouraging. I just can’t believe you’re gone. My heart is broken.

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