Louis Nowak Obituary – It is with a heavy heart that I share this news regarding my “brother,” our close friend Louis, with my fellow classmates and acquaintances from the Hartland region who graduated from AHS in 1988. Louis was like a brother to all of us. May he now find peace in the hands of our Lord, where he will be freed from all suffering and able to live in the presence of the Lord for the rest of eternity. May he now find peace in the hands of our Lord. I pray that goodness, love, and mercy will be with them as they go through this challenging time together as a family.
I hope you have a wonderful evening, my friend. At MediCare Ambulance, Louis served as a Children’s Hospital Critical Care Transporter for the company for a quarter of a century. Following that, he started working for Lakeland Coach Lines as a School Bus Driver. This gave him the opportunity to begin his own business, Ooie’s Paint & Tile, which is focused on handyman work.
Louis’s first wife was a woman named Jennifer Miller, and she was a native of the town of Hartland, Wisconsin. Later, in the year 2017, he tied the knot with Sara Cartwright, who had her roots in Palmyra, which is located in the state of Wisconsin. Spending time with his friends and family, tinkering on engines and motors, going to swap meets, camping, and listening to classic rock music were the activities that brought Louie the greatest joy throughout his life.
At the dinner table with his kids and friends while he was ‘Up North’, Louie’s favourite place to be, you could find him holding a cup of coffee or a jack and coke in one hand. There was never a period of time in which Louie was unavailable to lend a helpful hand or engage in thought-provoking conversation.