Louise Lynn Bertucci Mote, 70, passed April 10, 2019 with her family and friends by her side in Lawrenceville, GA. She was born October 20, 1948 to Dominick C. Bertucci and Mildred Elliott in Floral Park, New York. She is survived by her husband, Charles (Chuck) Mote; Children: Jeffrey Steven and wife Jennifer, Laura Elisabeth and husband Andre, Leah Marie Delling and Grandchildren: Jill Louise, Bradley Wayne, Autumn Elisabeth, Elijah Dominick, Destiny Marie; Siblings: Cynthia Bertucci Kaye and Ronald Elliott Bertucci The Celebration Service of Louise's life will be at: Wages & Sons Funeral Home 1031 Lawrenceville Highway Lawrenceville, GA Tuesday April 16th 3:00pm

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  1. LOUISE. You were my maid of honor..in 1974…We had a wonderful friendship…you were my best friend and will always be…..Till we meet again at Jesus s feet..love you always Teri

  2. The sting of death can seem to linger forever, but rest assured that there is hope for the dead and those who long to see them again. God has made us a promise at Acts 24:15 which offers us comfort as we look forward to this day.

  3. The sting of death can seem to linger forever, but rest assured that there is hope for the dead and those who long to see them again. God has made us a promise at Acts 24:15 which offers us comfort as we look forward to this day.

  4. Please know that you and the family are in our thoughts and prayers. I always loved talking and cutting up with Louise. We tried a few years ago to have a family reunion and we just never did make it happen. That’s a lesson to be learned I think, don’t put things off as we never know, when any day, could be our last. She will be missed and we are all thinking of you and the family.
    Our deepest condolences.

    We love you all
    “The Fuller’s”
    John Wayne, Kim, Chuck and John Jr.

  5. While not directly related to Louise, being Laura’s brother I’ve spent lots of time with her, Ron, Chuck, Leah, Destiny and the pupper etc. I will say this, having come-a from a bigga Italian family that I don’t speak to anymore, I really felt welcome in her home as much as any of her own family, and I know she has many friends as well. With her gone, its like she took the grapevine and the spiderweb of connections between people with her a little bit. She made herself the hub of a busy household and the operator of a wide network of social connections. Church, business, friends, Cooking, cleaning, fussing. Helping, guiding, hoping, praying. She will be missed, and always loved. Love you Louise, I’m glad you got to be the wife/mother/friend/ you struggled so hard to be, even though we already knew all along. Miss you. May you be at peace.

  6. Dear family and my friend for life Louise , we met st the Christian center in Panama City Florida you were a single mom of 3 and was managing a restaurant on Harrison avenue . You opened up your home to me and provided sound advice to a freshman in college at Gulf Coast Community College. I know only in eternity will we all come to know the
    many selfless acts of kindness you showered on others like myself throughout your life . Thank you for being an angel in s time of need and a true friend for life . May you Rest In Peace until we meet again . Cecilia Mathews

  7. I recently found out of Louises passing. I remember Louise from our school days. We were good friends back then. We lived near each other. I also went to her wedding. I just always think of her. May she RIP. My sincere sympathy.

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