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Louise P. Darby
  • Hospice of Palm Beach County
    5300 East Avenue
    West Palm Beach, FL 33407

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So sorry to hear about your loss. May God heal you quickly, and bless her soul with eternal paradise.

Posted by: Charlie Trowbridge IV - Fort Lauderdale, FL - family   Nov 04, 2017

We will miss our most gracious friend Louise. Her kindness, grace and dignity will be treasured by many. She was so committed to our St Marks thrift shop and the volunteers. Our Thursday pm workers enjoyed many lunches with Louise in addition to our get togethers for Xmas and other occasions. If it was your Birthday,anniversary any occasion she had a celebration-We fondly named some of our events Louises Free Lunch program. As we dined with her many many times

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Posted by: A friend   Oct 05, 2017

Louise was a kind, considerate, and classy lady. She welcomed me into this family with open arms. I couldn't have asked for a better mother-in-law. I see many of her wonderful qualities in her son, Karl who loved her very much. The world, and especially her family, is better because of her. I will miss her.

Posted by: Denise Taylor - Juno beach, FL - family   Oct 04, 2017

Beauty, grace and strength shone through Louise Darby. I am forever grateful for her kindness and wisdom over these 40 years. Truly I shall miss her friendship and guidance.
So happy that you are enjoying Heaven now, Louise!
Blessings of love always,
Judy Darby

Posted by: Judy Darby - Dallas, TX   Oct 03, 2017

Aunt Lou. It says just part of who Louise was. My father and mother had a great many years of visits, picnics and partys as memories for the taylor and Curci families. Was so glad to introduce my dear friend, Angie Fontana to her at her April birthday celebration. Aunt Lou, thanks for so many great memories to share the rest of my life. A true classy lady with such a beautiful smile. In love, your nephew, Jerry Curci

Posted by: A friend   Oct 03, 2017

Beautifully said. Grandma was always a positive person and thoughtful person. She will be missed...When we would visit her as children she always took us to places that would enrich us like a museum or the theater. She never missed a birthday and came to all my major life events. She put family first and was a great role model.

Posted by: Megan Angle - Frisco, TX   Oct 03, 2017