Louis E. Nargi
September 29, 1934 – January 20, 2021
Lou is survived by his wife of 54 years, Johanna Nargi, nee Kropiwnicki, their daughter Susie Nargi, son-in-law, Derek Hoar and grandchildren Sophie and Griffin of Chapel Hill, NC; daughter Jennie Aizenman, son-in-law, Carlos Aizenman and grandchildren Clara and Pablo of Providence, RI; and daughter Bobbie Carey, son-in-law, Pat Carey and grandchildren Owen and Nate of Mechanicsville, VA. He is preceded in death by his parents, Louis and Marie Nargi.
Lou was born September 29, 1934 in Newark, NJ. He attended Rutgers University and earned a Masters Degree from Seton Hall University. He married Johanna on February 19, 1966 and they resided in Roseland for 50 years. He was a dedicated employee of the New Jersey Department of Labor. He prided himself on his ability to connect area companies with new employees, and worked to improve the livelihood of so many people during his 38 years there. In 2020, he relocated to Richmond, VA with Johanna to live closer to his daughter Bobbie.
Lou had a love of baseball, especially the Yankees. He was a storyteller by nature and loved to share stories from his childhood in Newark, time overseas in the army, and his favorite sports legends. He was an avid gardener and took pride in his beautiful vegetable garden and fruit trees. He was most proud to be “PopPop” to his six grandchildren.
Graveside service will be held at Woodland Cemetery in Ashland, VA on January 24th, 2021 for immediate family only due to Covid.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Louis E. Nargi
February 28, 2021
Sorry to learn of Lou's passing ,he was my supervisor with the NJDOL in Newark for a few years. We had many conversions about sports, Newark, N.J. and old times, since he retired over 20 years ago. God bless and R.I.P. My condolences to his family !
January 24, 2021
Louis Nargy was my son’s Carlos In Law,. I didn’t now him well, because we lived in different countries, and had ocasional prescential encounters.
But I can see, by the way his daughters Suzy, Jennie and Bobby are, wonderful human beings, loving mothers and wives y can tell the example they had from their father was nurturing.
He and Johana and me, greet each other by card every Christmas .
I’m sure he’ll be missed by all of the family and friends My condolences to Johana, Suzy, Jennie, and Bobby with a big hug and love.
May he Rest In Peace and be a blessed memory ,.
January 22, 2021
Lou was a great guy kind thoughtful funny. I wish that I had been able to spend more time with my brother-in-law and Johanna my former sister-in-law