- 94 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 28, 1918
- Date of passing: Aug 15, 2012
|Let the memory of Louise be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Louise Arthur Penn, 94, born on January 28, 1918 and passed away on August 15, 2012. We will remember her forever.
"I remember Aunt Louise often - when I see or use some of the things had given us over the years and miss her still."
"I remember how excited she was on her 80th Birthday. She had received an official White House Birthday greetings from President Clinton and she had 80 stems of flowers all over her house. She was having a wonderful day."
"My Aunt Louise was a wonderful person, and I will miss her dearly..Throughout my lifetime, she was always an inspiration to me.
She embraced it all....the arts, the world, and life in general. She always had a fascinating story to tell from her illustrious career. Genny and I are so grateful that she was able to attend our wedding in 2007."
"Louise always had a beautiful smile for everyone. She was a wonderful docent at the Burbank Historical Society. We are proud to have had her
as our friend for many years and will miss her, and always remember what a lovely person she was."
"Louise was my Aunt and some of my best memories of her were when I was in HS and studying Drama and she would have me over to her house to "coach" me for any upcoming plays or competitions. What a GRAND lady she was! And yes, she did it her way...always with class and charm. A woman of total respect and a sense of humor that could put you on the floor. Definitely will be missed by us all"
"Louise was a wonderful LADY. I have known her for 35 years, her Daughter Donna was my step-mom and we have always keep in touch even after my dad passed away. She was always so kind and a joy to be around. She enjoyed life and had wonderful stories to tell. She will truely be missed."
"I was always baby sister. We 4 siblings had to leave home very early to find jobs during the Great Depression, so I knew my sister, Louise, ONLY through her letters that Mother saved as I grew up. Despite the hardship, Louise managed to create a beautiful life. She never took her eyes off the goal, and she succeeded. She was beautiful inside and out."
"This is a link to Louise's movie database. I have submitted the corrections to her dates.
"I had the pleasure of working with husband, Leonard at Paul White Carnahan Realty for many years.
After retiring, I got reaquainted with Louise at the Burbank Historical
Society's Gordon R.Howard, where she was a docent.
"I am so proud of my Aunt Louise, who was an inspiration to me in many ways. I felt she spoke to me as an equal. She did her best to answer any questions I had about her family including her brother, my Dad (Bud), which helped me feel closer to him. I will remember her as the gracious, thoughtful and kind woman that she was."
"Louise had a wonderful life and was always the entertainer. She traveled the country doing shows, was a dancer in the Rockettes, worked on radio, theatre and movies. She was also a successful real estate agent here in Los Angeles. ******* She will be missed *******
Please share stories of her life on this websites for all to enjoy."
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