OBITUARY

Louis V. Amico

July 20, 1928March 20, 2021

Louis V. Amico was born on July 20, 1928 and passed away on March 20, 2021 in Orlando, Florida and is under the care of Baldwin Fairchild at Chapel Hill.

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Louis V. Amico

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Raymond Sielski

March 31, 2021

God speed Lou, we met many times to plan saving for my family and retirement. I was introduced to you by my wife whom you were acquainted with through the commute to downtown offices from Williamsville. Lou helped us with financial planning for many years.

Dave Choppolla

March 28, 2021

Lou, I have a lot of good memories of you from our years playing fantasy baseball. You were a good guy who will be missed

Mame Shatto

March 26, 2021

My Lou, Thank you for being in my life and sharing so many adventures with me.
We created a very special bond together.

Lou from New York always introduced the conversations with all people and places we went. Many friends will miss you as I also feel a void without being by your side.

I know you are at peace now and in God’s hands. You were certainly a good steward and missed going to church so much during the past year.

So long my love, see you later🙏🙏
Your Mame❤️

Mike Boeheim

March 25, 2021

We had a great run Lou. Thanks for all the stories and memories of working together at HSBC, golf and fantasy baseball and football leagues but most of all your friendship over the past 40 plus years. The kids remember talking to you about your fantasy teams on Saturday mornings before giving the phone to me. We will miss you.

Jorge Tamano

March 24, 2021

Whenever Mr. Amico came to have his 3x /week hemodialysis treatments, you had to be prim and proper and ready to get him on his procedure. He would know the exact time up to the last minute when the treatment would end. I was privileged to have worked with him while he was in treatment, he would regale me with his stories of service and compassion as he talked and shared about his adventures in the service and in the corporate world. Later on, he would tell me about his prowess in golf .There was never a boring moment with sir as he was fondly remembered.
Rest in Peace,Mr. Amico.
Thanks for your service.

Mark Lanzalaco

March 24, 2021

So sorry for your loss,this has been scutch a crazy year.I will never forget my uncle Lou what a character,I only wish I had more of a chance to see him later in his life.I would have loved to have gone fishing with him in Florida!I hope all is well with all of you ,stay strong. Your cousins mark karen Vince and Lauren.

Tom Crowley

March 22, 2021

I have known Lou for 35 years since working together at Marine Midland Bank in 1985. Lou would change his voice depending on the part of the country he was calling. A gifted salesman. We enjoyed playing golf together for many years. In the same Fantasy Football League since it all began until last year. He always got the best of a trade. Always relentless until you traded. Miss you my friend. Your spirit and energy will endure. Condolences to the family.