Lou Collins

Lou Collins

April 23, 1937 - April 25, 2013


Louis M. ‘Lou’ Collins, 76, was born April 23, 1937 in Michigan and passed away April 25, 2013 at home in Laguna Woods, California in the company of his loving family.

Lou worked as a Landscaper for the City of Lakewood, CA for 30 years.

He is survived by his wife Anne; daughter April Dawn Yocky; grandsons Alex Tyler Yocky, Timothy Ryan Yocky and Joseph Andrew Yocky; granddaughter Jessica Danielle Yocky; granddaughter-in-law Sara Seantae Yocky; great-granddaughter Elisabeth Lorraine Yocky; brother Dale Collins and sister Marcia Young.

Lou is also survived by two daughters from an earlier marriage, Christine (Eddy) Edwards and their children, and Tamara (Shawn) Rivas and their children: Max, Jesse, and Rayne. He is predeceased by his son, Louis ‘Bucky’ Mitchel Collins, Jr.

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29 responses to Lou Collins

  1. jill sadey says:

    Lit a candle in memory of Lou Collins

  2. Stella says:

    My heart goes out to you and your family.
    Stella Cardoza

  3. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Much Love and caring from Charlotte and Family

  4. Lynda Bauer says:

    Anne, April and family,

    Will keep you in my prayers.

    Thank you Anne, Lou, and April for letting me live with you when I first moved to California. And thank you Anne and Lou for letting me stay with you on my subsequent visits. And the special times at your house in Calumet with family. I always thanked Lou at the end of my visits for putting up with me! I will miss Lou. I’m sure Lou enjoyed the times Anne and I sang at the top of our lungs while making pasties – “Where or where, are you tonight……….” Well, thank You God we don’t have to worry where Lou is tonight, we know where he is – with his Savior. All my love.

  5. Anne Collins says:

    You are right, Desi. Your Uncle Lou finally got that peace that passes understanding, right in the middle of the worst of it. Hope you got to see the service. Thanks for being such a special person. Your own walk through this with your son was such a help to me. Love, Anne

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