ForeverMissed
Louis (Louie) J. Przelomiec, 53, of Glassboro, N.J., died suddenly on June 29, 2020 as a result of injuries sustained in a work accident. He was born October 25, 1966 in Woodbury, N.J. Louie was the son of Frank J. and Josephine C. (Geno) Przelomiec. He was the loving brother of Janet Williamson, Michelle (Rich) Ruggiano-Jillard, Patricia (Butch Rice) Davey, Frank (Jeannie) Przelomiec, Thomas (Rosemary) Przelomiec and Bart Przelomiec. Louie was a devoted uncle of 16 nieces and nephews, great uncle of 23, and great great uncle of 20. He is also survived by his girlfriend, Heather and his close friends Gina, Steve, Daniel, Olga and so many more.  


Louie attended St. Bridget's Grade School and Glassboro/Delsea Regional High Schools. Louie was a wild and crazy guy in his early years but matured into a caring, spirited man with a huge and honest heart. He enjoyed listening to rock music, watching scary movies, and spending time with his very large family and eclectic array of friends.  As a pastime, he would stay busy collecting scrap, and with 6 siblings we kept him well supplied.  Louie was especially happy with the new love of his life, Heather and so proud of his recently purchased Chevy pick-up truck. He could be found at times playing war with his nieces and nephews or watching Swamp People with Butch.   He loved and spoiled his two little chihuahuas, Nicko and Molly. 


As many of you may know, Louie was a great story teller. He knew a little bit about everything.  And oh did the boy have an appetite. He was a one meal a day man. And what kind of foods did he like, you might ask, Pork Favor' (SPAM), Pizza, and his favorite, Shepards Pie.  Louie was not hard to please.


At the time of his death, Louie was employed by Dare Commercial Services LLC, Franklinville N.J. He was a dedicated employee for over 20 years. 


So the next time you have a cup of coffee, have a sip and say a little prayer for Louie. He would like that!


In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider donating to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Louie's memory.  To donate click here:  https://fundraising.stjude.org/site/TR/GiftFunds/GiftFunds?px=6672424&pg=personal&fr_id=39300


There will be no visitation prior to mass.  A funeral mass will be held at St. Bridget's Church, 125 Church St. Glassboro, N.J. on July 10th at 10 am. Due to Covid 19, services are limited to immediate family, Louie's closest friends and invited guests. The church requires all attendees to wear a face mask and practice social distancing. 

Fertig Funeral Home


Posted by Nina Seagrave on August 2, 2020
I am so very saddened by the loss of uncle Lou. He wasn’t blood, but always introduced me as his “niece”. He was there when I was born, and him and I shared a bond no one will ever understand! I’m so grateful for every moment I had with him, and it makes me smile knowing he was able to meet my children. Keeping his family in my thoughts and prayers. He will be deeply missed!
        -Nina (Stevens daughter)
Posted by Anne-Marie Satterwhite on July 21, 2020
I was heartbroken to hear about Louie. My prayers and deepest sympathy go out to his family. I did not know him as an adult, but remember him fondly as an adorable little boy in my third grade class at Saint Bridget's.  My love goes out to all of his family.  -Barbara Flint Tomarchio
Posted by Linda Ziennker on July 11, 2020
To Louie and Family, I am saddened to hear of the passing of Louie. It has been many years since I saw Lou, but he left a lasting impression. It was many years ago that Louie worked for Toonerville Novelty and Vending Co. I always appreciated Louie for his trustworthiness and dependability. I remember telling him Thank you and telling him I appreciated his help. I could trust Louie with everything including taking the companies deposits to the bank. It seems like so many years ago now, I sure wish I had run into Lou thru the years, I would certainly have Let him know that I always remembered him with respect and admiration. Lou, you are remembered fondly and to your family... I am so Very sorry for your loss. RIP Louie
Posted by Steven Seagrave on July 10, 2020
Hi for those who don’t know me my name is Steven Seagrave as I write this with a very heavy heart not to just mourn the loss of my close Friend and Brother. I also want to celebrate the life of my Dear Friend Louis who was sent home to the Lord early only for reasons only GOD knows why. I know he was greeted once again in the Loving arms of his Mother who went home with the Lord around a year ago. Lou was not just a Friend to me but was also an Uncle to my now 4 Grown Children and 8 Grandchildren. I have known Lou from school age to present. We have been on many so called missions as we would call it, doing some of the most outrageous things together shouting and calling each other the most outrageous names but always getting the job done. Some how some way I guess in short I love you my Dear Friend Louie until we see each other again in the other side- I Love you and will miss you greatly! Goodbye Squirrel ~ Steve
Posted by Gina Seagrave on July 10, 2020
Lou was my Friend but more like a Brother, on the phone he called me Sis but in person he called me sexy. We laughed, and we cried together. Lou was the Friendliest, sweetest, compassionate loving person I ever met. Lou was always helping everyone that he met, he would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. His heart ❤️ was made of Gold. I have good memories of my friend that I will treasure forever. My grown Children we’re always excited when Uncle Lou came over he always had goodies for them they love there Uncle Lou and will miss him dearly. Well I could go on for hours talking about Lou the kind person he was but I think you already know that. Louis Przelomeic your life with us will always be remembered to all of us , you are the man who loved his Family/ Friend’s . Farewell until we meet again you definitely left your mark on this earth. Love you always & forever Lou my Brother/ Friend  Love, Gina
Posted by Maryann Manzelmann on July 9, 2020
35 to 40 years ago, I dated one of Louie's brothers, Frank, and I was lucky enough to be welcomed by the big friendly Przelomiec family! I have not had any contact for years, but I still feel connected.  I remember Louie as a kid. 

Prezelomiec gang...I am so sorry for your loss. I just read the obit, and I am thinking of you each. So sad.
Mary-Ann Tatham .............
Posted by Heather Viereck on July 8, 2020
You are and always be my rock. You made me laugh when I was down. I made you laugh when you where sad. We knew just when we where thinking of each and would call or text just to say I love you and you are my world
Posted by Linda Chaplin on July 8, 2020
Tom and Rosemary,
So sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. My condolences and prayers being sent to your family.
Posted by John Yocum on July 7, 2020
Who would of thought that Friday morning conversation would be the last. It will definitely will not be the same at work without you. Lou portrayed a hard exterior to many that did not know him. He had a heart of Gold, willing to help out anyone he could. I will share my Morning cups of coffee with you in your memory. RIP my friend
Posted by Kerry Opperman on July 7, 2020
Oh Lou...I thought you would outlast us all. I will miss our talks over cigarettes at work. Nobody could make me laugh quite like you.

I know you stopped by my house on the way up there, too (and yes, I know you went up; they wouldn't let you in downstairs for fear you would take over!). It was you who moved the flowers from the end table to the center of the living room floor--one last "let me mess with little sister, tee hee;" LOL.

Dare will never be the same without you. I can't believe you are gone, but you will never be forgotten.

Love always,
Lil Sis
Posted by Cherie Ellis on July 6, 2020
My Big Brother,
You we're always there for me. A shoulder to cry on, the laughter we shared. And oh man did we get into some trouble growing up? But we all had a blast. Definitely loved coffee time and long talk's about of our growing up together. And goodness never forgot the time you brought the little kitty to my house for the kid's. You're going to be missed so very much. But never forgotten and forever in my heart. I love you my big brother, my Uncle. Love,Gaz
Posted by Candice Metzger on July 4, 2020
Oh my baby uncle louie. I am heart broken. You will be sorely missed by me and my children. I love you so very much and I hope I can make you proud of me when I graduate and be a certified mechanic. I Wish I could lick my lips one more time an give you a big smooch and hug while you growled at me. Maybe smoke a cigarette together and gossip. I love you always my angel.

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Posted by Nina Seagrave on August 2, 2020
I am so very saddened by the loss of uncle Lou. He wasn’t blood, but always introduced me as his “niece”. He was there when I was born, and him and I shared a bond no one will ever understand! I’m so grateful for every moment I had with him, and it makes me smile knowing he was able to meet my children. Keeping his family in my thoughts and prayers. He will be deeply missed!
        -Nina (Stevens daughter)
Posted by Anne-Marie Satterwhite on July 21, 2020
I was heartbroken to hear about Louie. My prayers and deepest sympathy go out to his family. I did not know him as an adult, but remember him fondly as an adorable little boy in my third grade class at Saint Bridget's.  My love goes out to all of his family.  -Barbara Flint Tomarchio
Posted by Linda Ziennker on July 11, 2020
To Louie and Family, I am saddened to hear of the passing of Louie. It has been many years since I saw Lou, but he left a lasting impression. It was many years ago that Louie worked for Toonerville Novelty and Vending Co. I always appreciated Louie for his trustworthiness and dependability. I remember telling him Thank you and telling him I appreciated his help. I could trust Louie with everything including taking the companies deposits to the bank. It seems like so many years ago now, I sure wish I had run into Lou thru the years, I would certainly have Let him know that I always remembered him with respect and admiration. Lou, you are remembered fondly and to your family... I am so Very sorry for your loss. RIP Louie
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Shared by Doug Dare on July 8, 2020
July 8th 2020

To all of Lou's family and friends,

It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that Susan and I share our memories of Lou.

Lou started with our company 21 years ago today on July 8th 1999 as a night time sweeper driver. He always performed his work in a professional manner, he never, ever left a site that required a callback or complaint.

When our company was asked to power wash sidewalks at shopping centers, Lou stepped forward and would add this task on top of his regular duties, always with a smile.

When Lou’s mom needed additional attention at night, Lou moved to daytime portering and odd job tasks so he would be available, if needed by his family.

Lou was well liked by his co-workers and could be found training and mentoring new team members on many, many occasions.

During the summer of 2019, in the midst a labor shortage, Lou was asked to fill in as a landscape crew leader, Lou agreed without any hesitation. And, again in 2020, Lou stepped up in the same role, with that great big smile.

On a personal side, Lou made sure my mother, Dorothy Dare was well taken care of. The lawn was always mowed, trashed taken out and branches removed, always with that great big smile. Dorothy sends her love, thanks and condolences to everyone.

Lastly, Lou made sure to stop in at my desk on occasion, to say hello, see how I was doing and share some insight on how HE felt the company was doing, good and bad. I will surely miss him.

Rest in peace our friend,

Doug and Susan Dare



Shared by Janet Bigwood on July 5, 2020
You will be missed so very much!! Growing up with u we had some alsome times some bad some sad but for the most very fun very cool times getting in and out of trouble ❤ together u never could lie good im going to miss u love always the Bitch