January 01, 1970

Age 84 of Ross Twp, Passed away on Saturday, September 2, 2023. Born on June 22, 1939 in Pittsburgh, Pa. Raised by his loving parents James and Elva in West View.  Loving father of Christopher S. Nudi (Bridget) and Michael A. Nudi (Joanne); brother of James Nudi (Patricia); uncle to Jonathan, Cara and Ryan.  Also survived by many close relatives.

Lou graduated West View High School and then moved on to Valley Forge Military Academy before finally graduating from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor’s of Economics.  After college Lou went on active duty with the Army where he spent time in Lebanon, PA, Augsburg, Germany and finally Vietnam.
Lou was a Captain in the US Army during the Vietnam War before being discharged honorably in November 1968.  He worked in the corporate world with Westinghouse before starting his own company L.A. Nudi and Associates in the early 1984.

Outside of work he spent time as a member of the North Hills School Board and the North Hills Republican Committee.  He was a long time patron of the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix and Pittsburgh Symphony.  In his younger years he was an avid tennis player and skier.

Friends received Thursday 2-4 & 6-8 p.m. at Devlin Funeral Home, Inc., 806 Perry Hwy, North Hills. Mass of Christian Burial in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish, St. Teresa of Avila Church, Friday at 11:00 a.m.

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  • Pat Nicoll

    Lou was a good friend to my husband, George Nicoll and myself. Glad to have known him.

  • Jackson III Henry A.

    Invited often to the vintage Grand Prix I knew Lou via the Republican Party but not through his Vietnam service, where I also served.

  • Veronica S Steinkirchner

    My sympathies to the Nudi family. I have known Lou for a short time, but we have had many great conversations and I’ll miss seeing him at political events. He was a true gentleman.

  • Robert Johnson

    Condolences to Lou’s family. He dedicated much of his life to public service and advocacy. His military service is greatly appreciated.

  • Carmen melendez

    I met Lou at a Trump rally in 2020, what a tremendous patriot! Lou always had a bottle of the Nudi wine to share!! I still have a couple of bottles. Forever grateful for our Friendship. Thank you fir your service!! I will miss you my caring friend.

  • Richard G. Nudi

    RIP Cousin Lou, our prayers are with you on your final journey.
    Richard G Nudi
    Eda Nudi Giordani
    Maria Nudi Spagnoli

  • John Hoffman

    I am honored to know Lou. My memories of Lou will be with me for a long time.

  • Rick Erisman

    Lou was a friend. He shared his military service with students during Eyewitness to History Experience Classes at the Heinz History Center. He also reminisced when he returned to Vietnam in 2018 with five other Vietnam Veterans with the Veterans Breakfast Club tour group.

  • John & Vicky Revtai

    so sorry for the loss of lou he was a friend from the ski days we spent together up at 7 springs

  • LeslieMarie Fenner

    Dear Nudi Family,

    You have my deepest condolences.

    I first time I met Lou at the PVGP Patron Parking.
    Little did I know and a wonderful surprise that he was related to the Nudi Family in Michigan. My niece Christina is married to Justin Nudi.
    Lou was definitely a fun loving person.

    May all the beautiful memories of him always lighten the pain in your hearts and always bring a smile to your face.

    Memory Eternal !

    With sympathy,
    LeslieMarie Fenner



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