ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Louis Kaiser, 86, born on March 24, 1930 and passed away on May 3, 2016. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Tyler Vice on May 3, 2020
Where do I begin. I never knew alot about my uncle, but from what ive seen he was an amazing guy. I know he would be extremely proud of my accomplishments. Uncle Lou you are always going to be missed. There is not a day that goes by that I dont think of you. Love you Uncle Lou
Posted by Gina Kaiser on May 3, 2020
Can't believe it's been four years - seems like yesterday - I still miss you as much now as I did the day you went to heaven.  I miss your smile, your soft voice, positive attitude and humor. I love you and can't wait to see you again someday.
Posted by Joleen Juvera on March 24, 2019
The finest man to walk this earth!  May he Rest In Peace and pray for continued strength to his family to Continue thru life.
Posted by Chris Steffen on May 13, 2016
I met Louis while working at the Elephant Bar where he would dine with Elaine at least once a week. Never have I met a more kind and genuine man. He will be greatly missed. I am glad that I got to know him.
Posted by Deborah Muehleisen on May 9, 2016
As a neighbor for the past 15 years, my lasting memory of Lou will always be his terrific sense of humor. He was quick to laugh at something said that was funny -- even when I thought he wasn't paying attention. And I noticed during the couple of times we enjoyed a meal together at one of Elaine and Lou's regular dinner spots, that the wait staff (usually female) would always fawn over him -- a testament to his charm.
Posted by Ginny Hampton on May 9, 2016
Lou was an all around amazing man, and will be missed tremendously. Not only did he mean the world to our entire family, he was my mom's God Father, my dad's superior at El Paso County Road Department, and a wonderful friend to my grandparents. His smile and laugh will never be forgotten, as he could light up a room of people. We have amazing memories of Lou, and are so very thankful to be given the opportunity to have Lou be a part of our family. Much Love From The Hampton's
Posted by Bill Miller on May 8, 2016
Louis was a fine man and just a great guy. An easy smile, a great sense of humor. He was solid as a rock; married to Elaine for over 61 years, was with El Paso County Roads department for 35 years. Took care of his family they wanted for nothing. Instilled in his daughter, Gina, Christian values, A strong work ethic, and to always do what was right. Truly enjoyed his company. He will be missed.
Posted by Terry Vice on May 7, 2016
It was difficult hearing about Uncle Lou and his progression since I am so far away from home. I am sure it has been very trying for you and Aunt Sis. I prayed often for strength for you both to get through this, especially when he was placed in Hospice. I think it is wonderful that you were both able to care for him and be with him to the end, allowing him to remain in his home.
Posted by Joleen Juvera on May 7, 2016
This was indeed a very stressful time in life. Prayers were offered each day for you and mom's strength? Just know you did an excellent job taking care of him, and how lucky he was to have his home surroundings. And how blessed you were to have hospice assistance. May he rest in peace.
Posted by Jesse Goller on May 7, 2016
I visited Gina in 2000 and met her parents at that time. Mr. Kaiser treated me with kindness , respect, and made me feel at home. I can see how he will be missed so much by so many.
Jesse
Posted by Tyler Vice on May 7, 2016
I never really got the chance to connect with my uncle, but i believe if we did it would be an unbelievable experience. Never the less i will miss him dearly. All my love goes out to my friends and family.
Posted by Gina Kaiser on May 7, 2016
My dad was my hero and the most wonderful man in the world! He taught me so much and was so patient with me. It was a long 11 weeks while he was in hospice but I feel so blessed I was able to spend that time with him up until the end.

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Posted by Tyler Vice on May 3, 2020
Where do I begin. I never knew alot about my uncle, but from what ive seen he was an amazing guy. I know he would be extremely proud of my accomplishments. Uncle Lou you are always going to be missed. There is not a day that goes by that I dont think of you. Love you Uncle Lou
Posted by Gina Kaiser on May 3, 2020
Can't believe it's been four years - seems like yesterday - I still miss you as much now as I did the day you went to heaven.  I miss your smile, your soft voice, positive attitude and humor. I love you and can't wait to see you again someday.
Posted by Joleen Juvera on March 24, 2019
The finest man to walk this earth!  May he Rest In Peace and pray for continued strength to his family to Continue thru life.
Recent stories

Working with Louis

Shared by Michael Shaffer on May 14, 2016

Working with Louis for 12 years as my supervisor and when he took the big plunge to retire, I was selected to fill his shoes and big shoes they were. I remember the good times playing practical jokes during the work day Louis noted quote " You fellers I don't know what I am going to do with you guys", we always completed our projects on time and within budget, and had a great time. 

Turkey

Shared by Leslie Vice on May 7, 2016

It was so enjoyable to cook special dinners for Aunt Sis and Uncle Lou.  I think one of Uncle Lou's favorites was my turkey dinner, he always had seconds, and was so appreciative of the meal.  We would haggle on who got to eat the popes nose ( tail of the turkey ) it always ended up with Uncle Lou.  The meal ended with" I'm stuffed that was so good "with a big smile on his face.  



Polka dances

Shared by Joleen Juvera on May 7, 2016
<p>So much fun at the many wedding dances in Kansas in the very young years.  Elaine and Lou would always let me to go, and when I danced with Lou...I didn't need to know the steps.  Lou just picked me up and my feet never touched the floor.  I feel so blessed to have had Louis in my life!  WHAT A WONDERFUL MAN.  He will be missed.</p>