Louis Robert Medvedeff
July 27, 1945 – August 5, 2018
Louis R. Medvedeff, age 73, unexpectedly passed away with his family by his side August 5, 2018 at Tradition Medical Center.
Louis was born July 27, 1945 in Buenos Aires, Argentina to Sam and Maria Medvedeff. He came to New York City in 1964 and settled in Florida with his family in 1973. He was a certified "GIA" Gemologist and had a passion for his work as a jeweler. He was a manager for Zale's Jewelers and eventually opened "The Queen's Jewelers" in Fort Pierce and Stuart in 1976. After he closed his jewelry store, he moved to Vermont and then South Carolina before returning to Florida in 1998. After his retirement he worked part time for Ward Pest Control Services. He was affectionately known for his sense of humor and compassion for all people. He was quick witted and extremely knowledgeable. He was a problem solver and was quick to answer the final Jeopardy question every night. He loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. His hobbies included fishing, cooking and caring for "Zeus" his dog whom he called his domestic partner.
Louis will be sadly missed by his two daughters Jackie Ward and husband Jim, Lilly Beauchamp and husband Simon and his two grandchildren Jessica Ward and Benjamin Beauchamp. He also leaves behind his beloved sister Rose Musarra as well as nephews Frank Musarra and wife Debbie, Gian Marco Musarra and wife Kate and niece Anna Musarra as well as several grandnieces, grandnephews, first and second cousins.
Louis was predeceased by his parents and his beloved grandson Aaron Beauchamp.
A private family service will be held to honor and celebrate his life. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Aaron Project, P.O. Box 880821 Port St. Lucie, FL 34988
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Louis Robert Medvedeff
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August 20, 2018
Lilly, Jackie and Medvedeff family, I was saddened to read of your father's passing. The passing of one's father leaves a tremendous void in our lives, but cherished memories are a comfort and will always be with you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family as you move through is difficult time.
Bill and Barbara Schwenger
Sue / Allen Price/ Usow
August 8, 2018
Allen and I have been fortunate to have had the chance to be together with my cousin Louis , his children and grandchildren. It took a few years ... from New York to Port St Lucie... but we met again. And he was so proud of his daughters and grandchildren, and with good reason!
May his memory live on, as a father, grandfather , brother, son, and...as my cousin. Till we meet again,
You will be missed
Sue Medvedeff Usow and Allen Usow