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Louis C. Bono
March 03, 1958 -- July 22, 2020

Bono, Louis C.

Died July 22, 2020, in Dallas. Lou was born March 3, 1958 in New Orleans, Louisiana, and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Louisiana State University and a master’s degree in business from the University of North Texas.

 

Lou moved to Texas to take his first job at Vought Aircraft and worked on the B-2 Stealth Bomber. He married Jean Krone in May 1988 and they raised two sons, Brent and Shane Bono. Lou enjoyed a successful career utilizing his lean project management skill set with multiple companies, primarily in Richardson.

 

Lou’s gifts were diverse and his enthusiasm to share them remarkable. He loved Cajun and Tuscan cooking; sketching and painting outdoor scenes at home and on his travels; outdoor adventures and scouting with his boys; and delighting neighbors and spectators with face painting, balloons and juggling. Lou found joy intersecting his love of teaching and leading with his passions.

 

Lou is survived by his wife and sons, as well as his father and stepmother, Walter and Ruth Bono, brother Brad Bono, and sister Connie Britt, and their families, as well as Jean’s family that he always claimed as his own.

 

A virtual memorial service will be held on Wednesday, July 29, at 11 a.m. CST. The inurnment will be at King of Glory Lutheran Church. Memorial contributions may be made to JDRF at JDRF.org (memorial), Southwestern Watercolor Society at swswatercolor.org (memorial award) or King of Glory Lutheran Church, Dallas.

Condolences

Robert Summerlin July 29, 2020

work friend Frisco , Texas

I met Louis in our RealPage onboarding. We started the same day. He was very outspoken and outwardly friendly every time I saw him. I am terribly sorry for your loss. He seemed like one of the really good guys, and I liked him a lot.

Janis Matthews July 30, 2020

RealPage Co-Worker Richardson , Texas

Lou will be missed. He had a bright spirit, a kind heart, upbeat personality and patience for those of us that struggled with some of concepts he was trying to teach. I am sincerely sorry for your loss and wish you nothing but peace and blessings during this time.

Richard and Karen Sacks July 31, 2020

Friends/Boy Scouts Dallas , Texas

Our deepest sympathy for your loss. Our prayers are with Jean, the children and your family.

Jill Zambrano August 03, 2020

co-worker RICHARDSON , Texas

I am so sorry for your loss. Lou was such a kind and gentle soul. He loved helping others and sharing his knowledge to anyone who asked. I was one of those who asked and will always remember the life lessons he shared. May your memories be a blessing.

Christine Bright August 04, 2020

RealPage Co-Worker Carrollton , Texas

I am so sorry for your loss. I was lucky enough to work with Lou on various projects at RealPage. He was always so friendly and had a great passion for whatever he was doing. He will be missed.

Christine Bright August 04, 2020

RealPage Co-Worker Carrollton , Texas

I am so sorry for your loss. I was lucky enough to work with Lou on various projects at RealPage. He was always so friendly and had a great passion for whatever he was doing. He will be missed.

Dottie Anderson August 04, 2020

Friend Rice Lake. , Wisconsin

Dear Jean I was shocked and saddened to learn of Lou’s death. You are in my thoughts and prayers God’s blessings during this difficult time Dottie Anderson and family

Lavon Caston August 05, 2020

Co-Worker GRAND PRAIRIE , Texas

I met Lou in 2018 when i just joined RealPage. I was immediately delighted with the energy and warm spirit that he brought to the company. I our first meeting we spent the first 30 min exchanging life stories and our passion for our work. I loved what he brought to the company and how he lifted my spirits regardless of his workload. I will miss Lou, and i send my best wishes to his family. He was a great man.

Atheeq Syed August 05, 2020

Co Worker Richardson , Texas

I am shocked to learn of Lou's demise. Few months of my interactions with Lou, I feel like missed him. He is remembered for his professionalism and cool personality. May God shower his blessings on all your family members during this sadden time of Lou's loss.

Jeremiah Howard August 17, 2020

RealPage Work Friend CELINA , Texas

I am still shocked to learn of Lou's death. My prayers and condolences goes out to his Family. Lou was a good friend to me at RealPage. Whenever he came to the I.T Tech Stop to get his laptop worked on. He and I would laugh and joke with each other and talk about who always had the shiniest bald head between him or me. LOL! I have to say, he had the smoothest, cleanest shaved head in the whole building. :-) He will be missed greatly, but he will always be here in our hearts.