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RIP Louis Fabiano – the Professor

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    I post this with a heavy heart.

    This morning the Professor passed away.

    Lou was the original founder of CAP and ran it for many years. He helped solve many affiliate issues, too many to count. He was cheerful and jovial and contributed to CAP like no other.

    Lou has been fighting for his life in ICU for weeks before he passed. He is in a better place now and reunited with his old friend Allan, the Captain.

    Rest in peace, Lou!

    Added later:

    I wanted to add the funeral details:

    Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home – Goldenrod Chapel
    7520 Aloma Avenue
    Winter Park, Fl 32792
    (Friday night 5-9pm)

    Avalon Church
    13460 Tanja King Blvd
    Orlando, FL 32828
    (Saturday 8-9:30 viewing, service 10AM)


    A place to leave your condolences:


    Lou was one of the first if not the first person I met in this business, and he was always very good to me. He did alot to help me and many other affiliates. I’m very sad to hear this news. RIP Lou.


    Rest in piece big guy :huh:


    I am so stunned I cannot come up with many words at the moment. Losing the Captain and now Lou in such a short time is a huge shock. My thoughts and prayers are with Kettie and the family. This makes you put life in perspective. Here is one last one for Lou & Cappie :cheers:


    I am in shock too. Lou was the first to comment on Alan’s facebook profile after Allan passed – and he said: “I’ll be seeing you soon”. That sticks in my mind now like glue… Lou had been in ICU since the day of Alan’s funeral.

    I am having a hard time wrapping my head around this…


    What a legend! The only man to arrive at the door of a beach party in Cyprus in a car! I will miss you Lou…..


    Rest in peace Lou ;


    My thoughts and prayers are with Marie and the family. Thanks for teaching me about online gambling, and exposing me to the great foods and rums that we would cheers to. RIP big guy.


    RIP Lou..he was a great man and will be missed. Our prayers go out to Kettie and family during this hard time. Kabir and I will always remember the good times and great restaurants we visited with you..:unhappy:


    I am proud to say Lou was My friend and I will miss him dearly.I tried not to take sides when this place blew up but I always sent him private emails letting him know that I was thinking about him.



    Best wishes to Lou’s family and friends, I did not know Lou personally but I certainly know of the impact he had on this industry – rest in peace compadre.


    This so soon after Allan…


    I am in shock, I have had many great meals with Lou and Marie. He was a good man and even during the tough times and the Up’s and downs of this industry he always had heart and was passionate.
    He gave me some great advise and sent me personal emails when I was going through the liver donation operation.
    I will miss the great meals and great conversations. I am deeply saddened and feel proud to have known Lou.
    RIP You will not be forgotten.


    I had nothing but respect for Lou and am deeply sad for the news.

    My thought to the family.


    Rest in Peace Lou – you will be missed.

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