Louis Armando “Louie” Castilloux

August 21, 1950 - May 12, 2010

08/21/1950 - 05/12/2010

Past Services

Visitation
Monday May 17, 2010
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home -Southside Chapel
5792 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
757-422-4000 | Directions
Cemetery
Tuesday May 18, 2010
11:00 am
Forest Lawn Cemetery
8100 Granby Street
Norfolk, VA 23505
757-441-1753 | Directions
Service
Tuesday May 18, 2010
11:00 am
Forest Lawn Cemetery
8100 Granby Street
Norfolk, VA 23505
757-441-1753 | Directions

Louis A. Castilloux, 59, passed away Wednesday, May 12, 2010. He is preceded in death by his brother Bernard Castilloux, Jr.

Louis is survived by his loving daughter Asia LeRoux Castilloux; parents Bernard and Emilia Castilloux; 2 brothers David and Pat Castilloux all of Virginia Beach, VA; 5 nieces Shawn, Cara, Tiffany, Tia and Ali; 1 nephew Jeremiah; and a very special friend Shannondoah Deleon. He will be greatly missed by many close friends.

A graveside service will be held Tuesday, May 18, 2010 at 11:00AM in Forest Lawn Cemetery, 8100 Granby Street, Norfolk. The family will receive friends Monday, May 17, 2010 from 6:00PM to 9:00PM at Altmeyer Funeral Home, 5792 Greenwich Road, Virginia Beach. Condolences may be sent to the family at altmeyer.com

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Sherrie Castilloux
8 years ago

I walked into this family over 37 years ago and you were always a brother and friend.. not brother-in-law to me. We`ve been through good times and bad and you left alot of memories behind. You knew your time was coming soon and didn`t mind talking about it til the end! No more pain in God`s hands. I know you`re gonna be that angel on Asia`s shoulder. I`m gonna miss you. Your Mom will surely miss you more! My sympathy to all the family.

Kim Howell
8 years ago

It saddens me to know that the world has lost you so soon in life Louie. I’ve missed living next door to your Mom and Dad and getting the change to see Asia grow up. It’s hard to believe how many years have flown by since the last time I saw you, but my prayers are that you’re at peace and that your family will gain the strength to carry your memories on. You’ll always be missed by many and I’m honored to have gotten a chance to share a brief part of your life’s journey.

Bobby Kight
8 years ago

Louie,

When I heard that you had left a part of me went with you. I wish that I knew that you were going. I guess that all of us think that there is always going to be another tomorrow. I remember the last time that I saw you as if it were yesterday. We were friends long ago and when I saw you years ago we shared more light and we will be friends well past my days here on earth. You are one of those lights that light up my past days here on earth. Thank you for being a part of the fabric of this thing we call life. May you rest in peace until we meet again. I am certain that you have returned to the source of all life.

Your eternal friend,

Bobby Kight

DENNIS HOLLAND
8 years ago

LOUIE, I HAVEN’T SEEN YOU IN YEARS, BUT KNOW THAT YOU WERE ALWAYS ON OUR MINDS. WE STILL TALK ABOUT YOU ALL THE TIME. WISH WE COULD HAVE SEEN EACH OTHER MORE OFTEN. YOU AND I WERE ALWAYS TIGHT WHEN WE WERE YOUNG. ESPECIALLY IN GRANDY PARK AND ON VA. BEACH BLVD. KNOW THAT I STILL LOVE AND CARE FOR YOU. SAY HI TO MY MOM WHEN YOU SEE HER.

Shawn M. Castilloux
8 years ago

My Uncle Louie, I will miss you dearly and of course our late night talks when I needed a little of your advice… on o’ so many questions I had. Thank you for being there and listening to me. I will love and miss you always.. To my Dear Grandmother and my Sweet Cousin Asia, I am so sorry for your loss and I am here if you need anything even if it is just a shoulder to cry on or an ear to listen. Love to you both always… Shawn

Shawn Castilloux
8 years ago

Uncle Louie, I can’t get you off my mind and need to tell you how much I love you and I hope you knew that… It just hit me earlier today you were not only my uncle but my godfather as well.. I will think of you everyday and as Cara said when I think of you … I think of Michael Jackson and your Cadillac we use to cruise in and play some music..I think about chic’s beach when you and Heidi lived on Pleasure House Rd. and man you would give me some grief over my little attitude… I think of a little girl with long black hair and that beautiful olive skin I think of your daughter Asia…I think of a wonderful Uncle who I loved very much… love you always..

Your Niece Shawn Michelle

Richard and Jean Naylor
8 years ago

Well Louie, you and I have been sitting around solving the World’s problems for many years. Some of these high level discussions took place at my kitchen table, some at yours, some on the beach. When you had the place on Red Tide road we had some great cookouts, and boiled up quite a few fresh caught crabs. Occasionally we managed to have a little shot of Crown Royal in the process. Over the years we watched your daughter, my granddaughter Asia, grow to adulthood. We shared many family outings, birthdays, dinners and of course, Asia’s Wedding at Disney World. Jean and I were proud to call you our son-in-law, and, as Jean told you many times, she was jealous of your naturally wavy hair.

We will miss you Louis, we will always remember the good times we had together. You were an important member of our family, and have a special place in our memories. As the sailors say “Fair Winds and Following Seas”

Love, Rich and Jean

CARA CASTILLOUX
8 years ago

When I think of you, I think of Red Tide Road and all the get togethers. When I think of you, I think of the beach and fishing. When I think of you, I think of your big black van. When I think of you, I think of my dog Hunter. When I think of you, I think of long black hair. When I think of you, I think of fun tickets. When I think of you, I hear you calling me “Honey,Honey.” When I think of you, I think of Asia. When I think of you, I think of family and how much you are truely going to be missed by all the people you have touched.

I love you!!!

Always in my Heart

Your Niece,

Cara