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“So sorry to hear about your moms passing.She was always so full of energy, and such a joy to visit with. Hope all your families are well and please...Read More »
1 of 14 | Posted by: Vickie Besozzi (Tolloty) - OH

“Dr. Sales and family, our deepest condolences on your loss. May your wonderful memories give you comfort now and always. ”
2 of 14 | Posted by: Dan & Sue Kirby

“our deepest sympathy to the family.Mrs Sales was one of a kind. ”
3 of 14 | Posted by: browns - uhrichsville, OH

“Alex,Ann, Mark and families. I have such fond memories of your mother. Her great smile and laughter was contagious. She lives on in each of her...Read More »
4 of 14 | Posted by: Maria Aceituno Bailey - OH

“Prayers and sympathy to the family. We loved and enjoyed having Louise in our lives and home many times. She and my Mom, Betty Gatchell Shaw were...Read More »
5 of 14 | Posted by: Deana Kress - Uhrichsville, OH

“Anne and Mark, please accept my condolences and prayers for you and family. Obviously I knew Louise well a long time ago. I only live about 20 miles...Read More »
6 of 14 | Posted by: David Pica - Gaithersburg, MD

“Sales Family,Please accept our sincere sympathies. I always looked forward to the sharing of stories in the parking lot of Trenton Ave. Elementary. ...Read More »
7 of 14 | Posted by: A friend

“I'm so sorry for your loss. What wonderful memories you shared. She was a light in this world. I too am a member of the uneventful club. ”
8 of 14 | Posted by: - Dover, OH

“Ann,My deepest sympathy on the loss of your mom. Meet her once and you were a friend. 224 Walnut street and I had a lot of laughs...She was a...Read More »
9 of 14 | Posted by: Bill Dodds - Tucson, AZ

“So sorry to hear of your loss. Debbie and I had so much fun with Louise on the golf course and off the course as a friend. Debbie had the pleasure of...Read More »
10 of 14 | Posted by: Ken McConnell - Uhrichsville

“Dear Alex, Anne, and Mark, My deepest sympathies in the loss of your lovely mother. Many were the hours we spent talking about all of you and your...Read More »
11 of 14 | Posted by: Susan Crothers Lattorre - Venice, FL

“Mark and Family,What a great lady! Always a treat to be around your mom. Many fond memories of her while kids at Big Bend.God Bless and comfort you...Read More »
12 of 14 | Posted by: Nic Borojevich - Sylvania, OH

“To the family of Louise K. Sales. My family sends their deepest sympathy to you. Our thoughts and prayers goes to to you. Psalm 90:12 ”
13 of 14 | Posted by: Nancy Foley - East Cleveland, OH

“Alex,Now I understand your personality! What a wonderful gift from your mother!I am sorry to say that you are now a sad member of a very uneventful...Read More »
14 of 14 | Posted by: A friend


LOUISE K. SALES, (nee Hodapp), 96. Born December 29, 1920 in Louisville, Kentucky to Charles and Clara Hodapp (nee) Hoffman. She is preceded in death by her Husband, Captain Lawrence N. "Chic" Sales, whom Louise met while visiting the wounded troops at Nichols General Hospital in Louisville, Ky towards the end of WWII. They were married March 14, 1946. Louise was the loving mother of Alex (Marsha) Sales of WaterSound, Fl, Anne (Sales) Castile (Clyde) of Massillon, Ohio and Mark (Anne) Sales of Rocky River, Ohio. Louise is also preceded in death by brothers Fred, Carl and Bill along with her sisters Olivia and Sister Mary Bernice. She also was preceded in death by her loving brother-in-law Willard H. Sales. Louise was the Grandmother of Nathan, Benjamin, Abbie, Scott, Hannah, Mary and Charlie. Great Grandmother of Anna, Cate and Maeve. Louise lived life to the fullest. She was an avid golfer. She "toured" the golf courses of Tuscarawas County for more than 40 years, in her heyday as many as five times per week. Louise was fortunate to have scored the elusive Hole in One, humbly reporting this to her husband upon returning home. In her later years she took up painting and became the modern day Rembrandt. Louise was a great cook, not a person that followed a recipe. It was always a little of this and a little of that. She was years ahead of her time, utilizing fresh vegetables from the garden. Although she did not have her own garden, she was a "sharecropper". In other words, she shared her friend's bounty. Louise was a very spiritual and charitable person, always putting the needs of others ahead of her own. She also had the type of humor that might find you on the receiving end of a "zinger". She was loved and respected by all that knew her and will be sadly missed. Louise will honored at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington D.C. with a Mass of Christian Burial followed by Interment with her husband Captain Sales on a date to be determined. In lieu of Flowers, contributions may be made in Louise's name to: Wreaths Across America www.wreathsacrossamerica.org.

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