Louie Sandoval, a good and straightforward man who taught many lessons

Dear Editor,
I would like to take this opportunity to convey my deepest
sympathy to the family of Louie Sandoval. I worked with Louie on
many different boards from Gilroy Garlic Festival to Safe Nite and
the Restorative Justice Program.
Dear Editor,

I would like to take this opportunity to convey my deepest sympathy to the family of Louie Sandoval. I worked with Louie on many different boards from Gilroy Garlic Festival to Safe Nite and the Restorative Justice Program. I remember one time while serving with him at a parent meeting, he took control of the meeting. The parent tried coming in acting like she could right her son’s wrongdoing simply with money.

“Oh no.” Louie said to the parent, “What are you teaching your child?”

The parent disagreed with us back in forth until the child said, “Mom you can’t buy everyone.”

Louie was liked by many for who he was, a man of his word and didn’t beat around the bush. He told you like it was. I had the opportunity to work side by side with this man and learn from him many aspects of a business and doing things the right way the first time.

To the family of Louie Sandoval I will hold dear to what Louie left me with, and you should be proud of what a good husband and father he was. I will miss you Louie Querido Amigo.

Robert Rodriguez, Gilroy Hispanic Chamber, Safe Nite Committee and RJP Program

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