As have so msny reached out, I would simply like to say “Thank you, for being Lou!” 💔❤️🩹
My heartfelt condolences go out to all of Lou’s family & friends. I never had the pleasure to meet Lou, yet she still had a huge impact on my journey in the driver training industry. She touched the heart strings of so many people… and to have that impact on people she didn’t even know, just goes to show how much of an amazing person she was, is and will remain forever.
Our lives are not measured in years, but are measured in the lives of people we touch around us.
RIP Lou, you’ll be greatly missed and your legacy will continue on for eternity 🙏🙏❤️❤️
Lou, our shining star
Your kindness reached so far
For all the lives you touch
We thank you so so much
I wonder how many peoplé who don’t even know
You helped them with your eternal glow From learners who stay on the crust
To children in need, your presence a must
Countless instructors you’ve championed
As a friend and industry legend
Missed by many
Forgotten by none
Your legacy will live on loud
Through us as we hope to do you proud
Gone too soon, with so much more to give A shining example of a way to live
Goodbye my mentor and my friend
Your memory will never end
I’m so sad to hear about the passing of Lou, she was absolutely instrumental to my teaching, and her help threads it’s way throughout all of my lessons. Sending love to Blaine and family.
Photo is Lou and my daughter comparing spotty socks on the BLR 2019
Life is so short….
RIP Louise, such devastating news… the world has lost such a beautiful soul, with such a zest for life and who had an amazing collection of glasses… your work for Children in Need with the Big Learner Ralley has raised hundreds of thousands over the years and you will certainly be missed….
Thanks for all your support with our road safety campaigns when I worked for the fire service…. It really did make a difference and certainly inspired me… but I guess you inspired most people as you certainly were passionate and had such an infectious personality 😍
Life can be so cruel and unexpected …. 50 is far too young 😘😘
Shine bright lovely lady ⭐️
Still can’t believe this is happening, and that I’m writing on your tribute page. It doesn’t feel real for us to be losing such an amazing women, the ADI industry has lost an absolute diamond, we have all lost a wonderful friend. My heart goes out to all your family and friends. You were very loved and always will be. Thank you for all the great memories. You’ll be scored on our hearts forever Lou <3
Having never met you Lou but having provided myself with so much help during my part 3 training & a personal fail focus I’d like to send my sincere condolences to all your family. You truly were remarkable. Headphones in during a run or washing the car listening to your covid zooms. You gave me the strength to get me where I am today.
Again Lou THANK YOU xx
Hedd, perffyth hedd ❤️ peace, perfect peace ❤️ to such am amazingly inspirational human being. So many people have benefited from her extraordinary hard work and her amazing personality. She made the dullest conversation & format exciting & entertaining. You just need to see here on the screen with Blaine & you instantly knew you were in for a great learning experience. The chemistry on screen was obvious for all to see & it will be miss immensely.
Diolch am popeth Lou bach, yn ein calonnau am byth ❤️
Thanks for everything Lou, in our hearts forever ❤️
What a truly amazing energetic inspirational human being and I for one was very proud to have met you. You were so many things to so many people and the World has lost a truly beautiful person. You will never be forgotten. Fly high 💔
Well, what can I say about Lou? Regardless of what I write, my words alone will never be enough to describe this fantastic, amazing and awe-inspiring lady. I was always greeted with a big smile and she was always generous with her time. She touched so many people’s lives and she will stay in our hearts forever. My sincere condolences to her family x