Wedo A. Bevilacqua
Condolences For Wedo A. Bevilacqua
|To : Steve, Debbie, and Tammy Bevilacqua
||Date : Wednesday, November 15th 2017
|From : Cousin Louis J. Asmo
|My Dear Cousins, I extend my sympathies to you all for the loss we all are experiencing in losing your Father and my Uncle the war hero. As a young boy I will always remember Uncle Wedo staying with us when he got out of the service after the Korean war. He was our genuine hero. He tended bar at my Dad's bar, then opened a Texaco station with Uncle Leno, then founded Ledo's on High St, then became a builder and built our family's first brand new home in Forest Park. I not only remember a long life with Uncle Wedo but he always made me smile. A really great guy. He had a great life and is now in a better place with his Mom and Dad and my Mother, his sister, and Aunt Dolly and Uncle Edino too. He will always be with us for the rest of our lives and we are all better off for having shared in his life.
God bless all of you...I miss you and I love each of you. Next year around October, God willing, I may be back in Columbus and if so we should all get together for a nice reunion dinner.
Your cousin in Las Vegas,
Louis J. Asmo
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