Funeral Services Info for Bus Driver Lou England; Send Condolence Letters

lou engThe funeral services for Lou England, the bus driver who suddenly passed away Friday at the age of 45, will take place on November 26, at the Kedz Funeral Home 1123 Hooper Avenue, Toms River, between 6-8 p.m.

Lou, who transported Lakewood children for six years via Jays Bus Service, leaves behind a wife and 13-year-old child.

Lou passed away just moments before conducting his afternoon run for Bais Tova.

If you would like to send a condolence letter, Holiday card or gifts, you can do so by mailing it to: Dorothy England, 905 Winteringham Village, Toms River, NJ, 08753.

Condolences can also be left in the comments section below. They will be given to the family.

May he Rest In Peace.



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  1. Lou my daughter Rachel was very excited to ride with you on the Bus U realy had such respect for all the Girls We will miss you. May you rest in peace

  2. Lou was an exceptional driver. He was kind and courteous to all the kids and their parents too. My daughter was thrilled to be on his bus to come home from Bais Tova every day. She came home from school today so upset that her driver is no longer and she has a new one. Our sincerest condolences to the family! RIP Lou!

  3. Lou, you will truly be missed. You were an amazing bus driver and an amazing person you always put a smile on the kids faces. To the family you are in our thoughts and prayers

  4. Lou went out of his way day I day out for my boys who rode his bus. He was so caring and kind to all especially on those cold winter mornings waiting an extra couple of minutes so the boys wouldn’t have to wait in the frigid weather. He will be sorely missed. May God give you strength to continue on without him. To his dear family our thoughts and prayers are with you! Our sincere condolences.

  5. Our thoughts and prayers are with Lou’s family. Lou will truly be missed. We admired and appreciated his dedication and kindness to us and our kids. he was a great driver.

  6. Loe
    May you rest in peace
    You were truly wonderfl to the children and they really appreciated you as a driver and as a person. Dorothy, I am truly sorry for your loss

  7. To Lou’s family, we are truly sorry for your loss. Lou serviced my children for the last four years and will be remembered as a conscientious, kind and caring individual. RIP.

  8. Lou was an exceptional bus driver. My kids very much looked forward to the rides with him as he made them fun and exciting. My son was very sad to hear about his passing.

  9. Lou, Oh My Sweet Lou – my daughter, Carol, rode w u every day for 3 yrs when u drove for Oros. You were great. Always w/ a pleasant word and a quick smile. You made such a difference in the kids’ days. Thanx so much for everything. May Dorothy have the strength & fortitude to go on without you. We will all miss you, Oh Sweet Lou.

  10. Lou, was such an exceptional person. He always had a smile on his face and was so easygoing and pleasant. He never got fazed and always went the extra mile. He was a hard worker too, and would do his Job with devotion. He was full of kindness and strength in his personal life, & passed this on to all he met. The kids loved him and we are all deeply saddened to learn of his passing. RIP.

  11. I was saddened to learn of the passing of this special man. Lou was my driver for four years of high school. He was always so kind and patient and always went out of his way to accommodate us. May his family be comforted in the knowledge that he has touched the lives of many many students who will forever remember his kindness. RIP

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