Louis  D'Agostino

Louis D'Agostino Jr.

Wednesday, February 19th, 2020
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CAMDEN……………..Louis Ralph D’Agostino, Jr., 79, owner of Coastal Tile and Stone, died on February 19, 2020 in Portland. Born on August 4, 1940 in Meriden, CT, he was the son of Louis and Roberta (Blosser) D’Agostino. Louis served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam Era receiving several accommodations.

Following his military discharge, he was responsible for student counselors at The Mott Farm and during the winter month, he took animals to teach the students. Alumni of the University of Michigan, Louie worked the Genesee County Parks and designed a water safety program to benefit for elementary students. He taught welding class at the Genesee Community College and taught skill classes to first time young adults entering the workforce.
An avid golfer, Louie had multiple tournament wins and held several longest drive records. He won a Mercedes Benz on a hole-in-one contest at a tournament in Colorado. Louis was a supporter of the junior golf programs at the Megunticook Gold Club, the Goose River Golf Club and the Samoset Golf Club. He was a corporate sponsor at the Red Lady Open for the adaptive sports program with actor, Tom Skerrett, at Crested Butte, Colorado. He golfed in many countries around the world and throughout the United States.

Louis managed a condominium complex in Indian Rocks Beach, Florida where he enjoyed shark fishing with this friend, Dave Mistretta on Jaws Too. His favorite restaurant there was Keegan’s Seafood Restaurant where he enjoyed the blackened grouper sandwich with friends and owner/chef Caesar.
In Camden, he owned and operated Coastal Tile & Stone Company and was a supporter of the Pen Bay YMCA, helping create and sponsor the tile wall there.

Surviving is his long-time companion, Susan Morse of Camden; daughter, Jennifer D’Agostino of Oklahoma City; sister, Mary Clow of FL; brother, Robert D’Agostino of Michigan; Aunt, Christine Honadle of FL; special nephew, Mike (Kristen) Coad, their children, Tanner, Amanda and Ashley, Duane (Debbie) Coad, Kevin (Susanne) Boyko, Mark (Debbie) Boyko; niece, Diane Coad Lipman and husband, David; Susan Haight & Glenn all of FL; stepdaughter, Melody (Scott) Knuth; granddaughters, Lauren Knuth, Brooke (Jarred) Knuth Ahl, Kelsey Knuth and fiancé Cody Pratt, all of Colorado.
A Memorial Golf tournament will be held at 1pm, Thursday, June 25, 2020 at The Samoset in Rockport, followed by a reception from 6-8PM at the Club House there.

Memorial gifts in his memory may be made to Maine State Junior Golf Association, The First Tee Link, c/o Jim Povec, 5 Pearl Street, #1, Camden, ME 04843.
Private interment will be in the Mountain View Cemetery in Camden.
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Sue Such

Posted at 03:18pm
I was fortunate to meet Louis and Susan, on my walks with my dog, when they were living on the corner of Hoffses Lane for a spell.
I was saddened to read in the Camden Herald that he passed heartfelt love and sympathy goes out to you Susan and the whole family. We have an extra bright shining star in the sky now.


Posted at 12:39pm
Louis and I worked together for years. I was so sad when he retired and now even more sad of his passing. He loved playing golf with my kid at the Samoset in tournaments. My condolences to the family. Louis and I always had a great time with our conversations.

Sheila Marriner

Posted at 09:07pm
Sending love at this sad time. Louie will be missed by us all. May his memory live on in all of us. We will miss his smile and twinkling eyes. He always spoke his mind and we all knew where we stood with him. He never held back. He had the biggest heart of anyone I know. So many memories of golfing at the Samoset over the years. We enjoyed other golf outings with him for tournaments or benefits and boys trips to Myrtle Beach. He was very supportive of the Jr. Golf, some fun times playing in the benefit at Megunticook golf club. The scary time when he got hurt at Belgrade. Think I lost a few years that day. We had lots of laughs at the lake, good memories of fixing up around the camps, 4th of July picnics and gathering of friends. Life has kept us on a different path the last few years and I regret not having stopped in to visit. I would always saying I’ll stop tomorrow and now tomorrow wont come, a big regret. I hope Louie, you are causing mischief and keeping everyone on their toes there in Heaven, playing golf and smiling down on us all. You’ll always live on in our hearts.
Sheila & Mike

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