Mary Lou Zwick age 85 passed away November 14th, 2021. She was a graduate of Central Catholic High School class of 1954. She worked for Stern Mann’s, Bureau of Unemployment, Canton Door Company and Arts Jewelers, where she worked until the age of 73. She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, bowling, traveling, gambling, card club and crossword puzzles. She was a member of the American Legion #548, Louisville Eagles and the Croatian Club.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Gene “Hap” Zwick, her parents, Clark and Irene Brumbaugh, brother, Bill Brumbaugh and sister, Joanne Beach.
Mary Lou is survived by her daughter, Michelle (Van Eric) Christy; sons, Mike (Coleen), Jaime Zwick; six grandchildren, Rachel (Jesse) May, Emily Christy, Brandon (Becky), Ryan (Lacey), Aaron (Tori), Kevin (Ashley) Zwick; nine great-grandchildren.
Calling hours will be held at Paquelet Falk Funeral Home on Friday, November 19th, 2021, at 10 a.m. Services will begin at 11a.m with interment immediately following at St. Louis Cemetery.
Our deepest sympathy to the family, so sorry for your loss.
As I sit here going through pictures from Art’s Jewelers office parties we had for Christmas that Mary Lou is in, I thought about sharing some but realized only her fellow employees would understand and remember those times and what was going on at the time. I am sure my fellow ex-employees are thinking of her and the family at this sad time. On a happy note, she is now with Hap, her sidekick. I am sending prayers and condolences to the family and will always remember the good times working with her. (And Lou’s macaroni salad.) I was happy to be able to call her my friend. Rest Easy Mary Lou.
Mary Lou & I worked together for years she was a good friend we have fond memories of her !!! She thru me a bridal shower & was always there when I needed a ear to listen.
Always so much fun spending time with my brother, Gene and Lou…Good times…Good memories…God Speed Lou, until we all meet again…
Sorry for your loss. Many happy memories with Lou during travels and card games. Helen Berchin