Louis LaBella Obituary – Death: Louis W. LaBella, Jr., age 35, died startlingly on Tuesday, August 27, 2013, in the protection of his home. Brought into the world in Utica on June 27, 1978, Louie was the child of Louis W., Sr., and Lisa C. (Lombino) LaBella. Raised and taught locally, he was an alum of New Hartford High School/Class of 1996. He sought after his scholastic investigations at Herkimer County Community College (HCCC), acquiring an Associates Degree in Business Administration. Louis as of now worked in the Adirondack Park Region as a property administrator.
Louie will be held in the hearts and recollections of his family: his folks, Louis W., Sr., and Lisa LaBella of New Hartford; his sibling, Chris LaBella of Albany; uncles and aunties, Felix “Phil” Jr. also, Jackie LaBella, Rick and Magteld LaBella, and Josette LaBella; Anthony Lombino, Lori Ferrare, and Lynn and Mike Miller; and his cousins, Philly LaBella, Desiree LaBella; Carolyn LaBella, Victoria LaBella; and Gabrielle Ferrare; and his closest companion, canine ‘Rough’. He was predeceased by his fatherly grandparents, Felix V. “Phil” and Marianne LaBella; maternal grandparents, Helen and Anthony Lombino; and uncle, Bob Ferrare.
The family is thankful for the empathizing of loved ones; the consideration and empathy of New Hartford Police Department and the Edward’s Ambulance Company during this unfathomably appalling time; and Fr. Felix Colosimo for his otherworldly reassurance and presence.
Family members and companions are deferentially welcomed to go to Louis’ memorial service and Celebration of Life which will begin on Saturday evening at 1:00 at Our Lady of the Rosary Church where his Mass of Christian Burial will be presented by Fr. Felix Colosimo. The family will get guests at the finish of Mass. By family demand, if it’s not too much trouble, exclude botanical contributions. Confronting anguish that is too much, the family would be encouraged by any gifts made to the Make-a-Wish Foundation which benefits youngsters in the Utica/Rome region who live with perilous conditions; envelopes will be accessible at the help or gifts might be coordinated to http://cny.wish. organization/on the web or via mail to Make-A-Wish Foundation, 5005 Campuswood Dr., East Syracuse, NY 13057. Interment will happen in Calvary Cemetery at the comfort of the family.