Lou Sette - Bob Cortese - Jerry Giampetruzzi
SETTE Louis Frank, born May 17, 1946, stepped out of this life and into life eternal with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ at 8:45 AM on Saturday, February 28th, 2015 after more than two years battling leukemia.
Born to an Italian American neighborhood in South Hackensack, New Jersey, Louis graduated from Paramus High School in 1964, where he was proud to be the starting catcher on the baseball team that won the state championship his senior year. He initially attended the University of Notre Dame before transferring and graduating from Seton Hall and later Rutgers' Law School. His life took him on many travels, including working in radio in Greenville, South Carolina and later NBC television in Cleveland, Ohio where he was a news anchor.
Later he opened up his own law practice in New Jersey, was involved in the family business located on Sette Drive in Paramus, New Jersey, and ran for the congressional nomination for the Republican Party in the 5th district in 1992. By far, Lou's pride and joy in life was his 32 year marriage to his loving wife Rosemary, and together they shared countless memories and gave a wonderful life to each other. Lou is survived by his wife, his son Frank, son Mark and daughter in law Jael, sister Patricia and her husband David and their children Daniel and Mariana.