RIP Louis Fabiano - the Professor

24 August 2010

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RIP Louis Fabiano – the Professor

The Professor-Lou Fabiano

I write this with a heavy heart. This morning Lou, better known as the Professor, passed away after a prolonged struggle in ICU.

Lou was the founder of CAP and for many years he lead this affiliate community, solving a myriad of issues for affiliates and contributing to the welfare of affiliates like no other.

Lou was a prominent member of the affiliate community and affiliates as well as operators knew him as a cheerful, jovial and friendly person.

Just a few weeks ago, Allan, his best friend, passed away.

Lou leaves behind his wife, Marie, and a large family. My heart goes out to them.

Dominique

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