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Louis Paul Cambardella

April 11, 1954 - January 17, 2015
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Rising Sun, MD 21911
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Louis Paul Cambardella, 60, of Ephrata, PA, passed away surrounded by family at Select Specialty Hospital in York, PA following a courageous battle. Born in Old Forge, PA on April 11, 1954, Louis was the son of the late Joseph and Eleanor Cambardella. He graduated from Bowie High School in 1972 and received his BachelorContinue Reading

John Scordos left a message on January 24, 2015:
Louis was like a brother from a different mother to me and my family. He was always so kind and sharing. He is one of the only men in this world that cared and gave. My family and I will always remember him forever and a day! He will be truly missed. I know he is looking down upon us now and smiling at all of the people that truly cared for him. My sincerest condolences to Debbie and family. Rest In PEace my good friend. God Bless You You will truly be missed
Mike Oyler left a message on January 23, 2015:
Debbie: Just learned of Louis' passing. My memories of him include humor, kindness, and hard work. I send our love and sympathy from my family here in Kansas City and in Bowie, MD.
Tom Starnes left a message on January 23, 2015:
Bill, I never knew your Dad, but I knew you and thought a lot of you in those Bowie years. My children brought you into my life and I wanted you to know that Wave and my prayers are with you and your family. Fathers are special and I am sure yours was. Blessings.
Kathy & Jack Kuhn left a message on January 23, 2015:
so very sorry to hear about the passing of Louie. Our prayers are with Debbie and all the family.
Pamela Berry left a message on January 22, 2015:
I am truly sorry for your loss he was a help in my recovery he will be missed...
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Rocky Marcario left a message on January 22, 2015:
Louie was my best friend through high school and college, and I could not have asked for a better one! Easy-going, funny, generous to a fault and always there when I needed him. We spent many a day fishing, crabbing, camping, shooting, and just plain hanging out. He was also the best man at my wedding, which should tell you something. I am sad that we had lost close touch over the years, but I never stopped considering him my best friend. Rest in peace, Lou, and those of us who knew you take comfort in knowing that you are now with our Heavenly Father, free from the pain and suffering you endured over the past several months.
Michael Quagliato left a message on January 21, 2015:
43 years ago, Louis and I saw each other for the last time. You who knew him later shared a rare privilege, because Louis was energetic, with a ready smile and pithy comment that always made me laugh. We reached out via Facebook a few years ago, and that sheepish personality remained. I am sorry for the family's loss. I will miss knowing he is just out of reach. Kind regards,
Mark & Carol Wisniewski left a message on January 21, 2015:
So sorry to hear this! It is very difficult to lose a sibling, we know. Our hearts go out to your family.
Pat and Mike DePalma left a message on January 21, 2015:
One of our favorite memories of Lou is when he took us crabbing. I thought we would tip the boat over pulling in the crabs. What a feast we had that night!!! Lou,you will always remain in our hearts. Love, Aunt Pat and Uncle Mike
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