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Louis P. Aloia

  • On February 21, 2019

Louis P. Aloia age 89, of Washington, PA died Wednesday, February 20, 2019.

He was born in Washington, son of the late Letizia Martino Aloia and Giusippe Aloia.

He is survived by his wife of 64 years Vernadean; daughter LuAnne Aloia Uram, grandsons, Nick, John and Evan and 2 great grandsons; Son Joseph M. Aloia (Linda) grandsons Joseph (Ashley) Aloia, great grandson Dominic, grandson Steven (Amanda) Aloia, granddaughter, Lauren (Scott) Aloia; Daughter in law, Victoria (Al) Aloia; Surviving sister, Sara Aloia.

He was preceded in death by brother Dominic, sisters, Virginia, Mary, Louise, Rose and Pearl.

Lou was a Cpl. in the National Guard and served 2 years in the U.S. Army stationed in Germany.  He was a associate of Pancake Towing, he drove a tow truck until October of 2017.  He worked 44 years at A&P Food Store when they closed he owned and operated the Beaumart Deli and Catering on E. Beau St. in Washington.  He also worked for GG&C Bus Co. for 22 years as a bus driver for special needs children before returning full time to Pancake towing.  Lou loved animals, especially cats.

A private service will take place at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies with full Military Honors.  A memorial service will be held at a later date at the American Legion, Park Ave. in Washington.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the charity of your choice.

Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at Pittsburgh Cremation.com.

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Janet Snoke
  • Feb 21 2019
Tizzy, LuAnne, Joe, & family. So sorry for your loss. Praying for comfort & strength during this time.
Chuck & Beverly Hadix
  • Feb 21 2019
So sorry for your loss he was a very nice person he will be missed
Carolyn A. BONUS
  • Feb 21 2019
Prayers and condolence for the Aloia family at their time of loss. Parting is such sweet sorrow. Rest in peace, Louis.
Suzie and John Pierson
  • Feb 21 2019
We are so sorry to hear of your Dad, brothers, and Uncles passing. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Heaven has gained an angel! As you all have too !
GG&C Bus Company family
  • Feb 22 2019
Lou's GG&C Family was very sorry to hear about his passing. He was always happy and cheerful and willing to do anything for his kids. He will be missed. You have all of our deepest sympathies.
Roxanne Burgh
  • Feb 22 2019
You have my deepest sympathy. “Happy Trails” to you Lou.
Nephew, Warren Taylor
  • Feb 22 2019
Rest in peace uncle, I was glad I was able to have a phone conversation with you just days ago. I will always remember us selling produce from the back of that red truck. Aunt Tizzie, cousins LuAnn and Joey, my love.
Amy lemley
  • Feb 24 2019
So sorry for your loss lou was a very nice person my dad loved to hang out and talk eith him thought and prayers to the whole family.
Sharon Kay Hetrick
  • Feb 26 2019
I love you all an I loved my uncle Lou. Sending you all condolences, blessings and my love. Hugs Sharon K Hetrick