In Loving Memory of Our Faithful Friend, Louie Bloom

March 7, 1945 – October 3, 2014

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Louie Bloom

In Loving Memory....

8 Responses to “In Loving Memory…”

  • Nikki Bloom:

    Dad, I miss you every second and every minute of the day. I wish you were still here but you have left your legacy for sure. I am blessed and thankful to have had you as a father, a mentor, a best friend, a business partner and everything else you are and have been to me and everyone who you have ever met. You are the most influential person I have ever met in the 32 years you put me on this earth. I love you forever and always.

    • NIKKI , SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR DAD , WHAT A GREAT GUY HE WAS SO HELPFUL AND SWEET , I WAS INTRODUCED TO HIM BY JIMMY INTERVAL , HE WAS AN ENTERTAINER AT ONE TIME IN HIS LIFE I AM GUESSING THATS HOW THEY MET , YOUR DAD ALWAYS HOOKED US UP WITH HOTELS AND GREAT DINING , WHAT A GREAT GUY I AM SURE HE IS MISSED BY ALL . I AM PLANNING A TRIP TO NORTH CAROLINA FOR THANKSGIVING AND I HEAR THERE IS A HARRAHS IN CHARLOTTE DO YOU HAVE ANY CONNECTIONS WITH THEM . I AM GLAD I WENT LOOKING FOR YOUR TRAVEL SERVICE OTHERWISE I WOULD NOT HAVE KNOWN ABOUT LOOIE , HE REALLY WAS TO YOUNG TO LEAVE US , I RECALL HIM SENDING US AN INVITATION TO YOUR 21 , HE WAS VERY PROUD OF YOU , WISH WE COULD HAVE MADE IT TO THAT PARTY I AM SURE IT WAS GREAT AND WE WOULD HAVE MET YOU , HE SPOKE OF YOU ALWAYS WITH SUCH LOVE AND ENDEARMENT , SO SORRY FOR YOUR FAMILIES LOSS .YOU MAY ALSO EMAIL ANY INFO YOU HAVE .

  • Amy Bloom:

    Beautifully written Nikki. All I can say is Ditto.

  • Mary Nowak:

    Nikki

    I am sorry to hear about your tragic loss. It is more difficult because you worked so close together. I have not met either of you in person, but you treated me kindly.

    My sincere sympathy.

    Mary

  • Skip and Pam Haswell:

    Nikki we are so very sorry to hear of your loss-we had no idea he passed away. He will be missed-We met him on one of our travels to Atlantic City. What a great guy.

  • Tonya Wright:

    Louie Bloom was more than an great business man, he was an GREAT BOSS. Between his sense of humor and not to funny jokes he was a sincere delight to work for . He had a answer and suggestion for most questions that usually resulted in a laugh. I was thankful for being apart of the Gem team and Louie will be forever missed . He was a CLASSIC MAN !

    • Nikki:

      You will always be his other daughter Tonya Wright and part of the Gem Family and Team. Thanks for loving him so much!

      P.S. His jokes were ALWAYS funny! LOL

  • Bob Lussi:

    Miss you Louis Bloom and think about your friendship all the time, We had some great golf ventures both in Atlantic City, Bahamas and at my Club, Fox Hill, Exeter, Pa. He was always a big winner off the course playing cards, winning televisions, jackets, shoes, notice I said off the course. If I can recall Lou always had to make a side wager on a match, I will never forget Tommy, Joell Katz, played against Louis and myself at Fox Hill, they where playing for some big money, we were up at the time, I never knew how much money we were playing for but I was hungry and missed a 6 foot putt on the ninth hole, near the restaurant, Louis said do you know what we would have won on that putt? What, i said $ 900.00. Ouch, I told him well you can buy me a sandwich, that cost only $ 6.00 dollars. We ended up winning and he was happy. Jane and I will forever be grateful to Louis Bloom and all he did for us, Nikki, Mary and all your family you are always in our prayers.

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