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Thank you for visiting our dad's memorial site. We are heartbroken at this loss, as we're sure you are, too. Hopefully, this page will give us all an opportunity to commemorate everyone's favorite weatherman, bowling buff, and aspiring golf pro. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has impacted standard timing and processes; therefore, this website will be updated regularly with information regarding service arrangements as they are determined. Thank you for your love and support during this time.

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Mr. Byron Bernard Louis transitioned on Sunday, July 5, 2020 at his home in Thornton, Colorado. He was 63 years old.

Byron, affectionately known as Bernard by family and friends, was born in Kansas City, Missouri. He was the third child born to the late Eddie Louis and the late Mary Lee Blackwell, and had four brothers: Michael, Lamont, Kelvin, and Gregory. As a child, he would often be found at church and served as …

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As many of you know, before retiring, our dad was actually the man BEHIND the weatherman - a Data Acquisition Program Manager. Weather was his career and his passion - I'm sure you've all gotten a "make sure you get everything you need because the snow is about to be REAL bad!" call a time or two. A kind and giving man introduced our dad to weather as a young man, and asked that he do the same for future generations; He beamed with joy whenever given the opportunity to share meteorology with young and old alike. To keep his legacy of meteorological mentorship alive, please donate to the American Meteorological Society if you feel so inclined.





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July 5th, 2020
Thornton, CO

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