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Louis Nicholas Molino

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Louis N. Molino Sr., 49, passed away in Hearne at the Hearne Healthcare Center. A memorial service will be held at 5:30pm on Friday, July 25, 2014 at Central Church of Christ, 1600 E 29th St, Bryan, TX 77802. Cremation service is in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory.

Born in Philadelphia to Anthony James Molino and Catherine Henry Molino on June 17, 1965. Louis attended college and had a passion of providing his insight to fire suppression and prevention. He wrote a book for EMS and fire services a few years back; that book is attributed to saving many lives in fire service. He was a member of various fire and EMS associations until his health prevented him from traveling to attend the conferences and workshops. He devoted his life to giving instructions to the countless men and women who serve our communities as firefighters, EMT’s, and first responders.

Louis is preceded in death by his wife, Cynthia Ann Brooks Molino; his parents Anthony James Molino and Catherine Ann Henry Molino. He is survived by his children Louis Molino Jr., Kevin Molino and daughter in-law Danica Molino; his daughters Christina Molino and Patricia Molino; his three grandchildren Ariana, Azalia, and Apache-Ann; and close friends from all over the world.

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Condolence from Ann-Marie Lindstrom on July 8th, 2014 9:15 am

Louis wrote for me for a couple of years. Never even talked on the phone, but we had lively conversations, and he made me laugh many times.

Condolence from Tim Flannery on July 8th, 2014 9:20 am

He was a good all-around person and friend. I was proud to have known him and he will be missed

Condolence from Gil Cosnett on July 8th, 2014 10:39 am

Lou was an incredible person. His knowledge, people skills, teaching ability, and tireless efforts with whatever project he was working on are purely unprecedented. He was a self-made man in the highest degree. Lou, I will miss you.
Sincerely,
Gil Cosnett
A friend and associate in New Jersey

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