|(Friday - November
27, 2020) - Louis Henry "Dalla" Dallapiazza, age 87, of Norway, passed
away on Tuesday, November 24, at U.P. Health System - Marquette.
Dalla was born on August 27, 1933 in Iron Mountain, the son of the
late Louis and Katherine (Burbach) Dallapiazza. He graduated from Norway
High School in 1951. He served his country in the U.S. Army from 1951 to
1953 and was honorably discharged.
Dalla married Rosalie Muraro
on July 25, 1959 in St. Stephens Catholic Church in Loretto.
Dalla was an entrepreneur operating Dalla's Restaurant along with his
wife Rosalie for 31 years. Prior to this he was an Insurance Agent for
many years with Woodman's Health and Life.
Dalla, in his younger
years, was active in golfing, snowmobiling, hunting/fishing, softball,
and loved to go on camping trips with his family and very close friends.
He was a member of the Loyal Order of the Moose and played many rounds
of cards there until its closing, and then played with his buddies at
the Senior Center.
Dalla, was a big presence no matter where he
was; he had a great sense of humor and always had the ability to make
He is survived by his loving wife of 62 years
Rosalie; daughter Jodi Zanetti of Marquette; son Todd (Mary) Dallapiazza
of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin; his 2 grandchildren who were the apple of his
eye Anthony and Charli Rose Dallapiazza; brother Jim (Pat) Dallapiazza
of Norway; sisters-in-law Audrey Dallapiazza of Spread Eagle, Betty
Stachowicz of Niagara, and Carol Muraro of Iron Mountain; brother-in-law
Mike (Anna Marie) Muraro of Norway; numerous nieces and nephews; great
nieces and nephews; as well as special friends John Geline, Don Benzie
and Bob Rossato.
He was preceded in death by his parents;
brother Richard Dallapiazza; In-laws Feruccio & Angeline Muraro;
brothers-in-law Nick Muraro, Roy "Bootsie" Muraro, Roman Stachowicz and
all of his Blackhawk friends.
According to Louis's wishes, there
will be no funeral services at this time.
Interment will be held
at the Norway Township Cemetery at a future date
the family of Louis may be expressed online at:
Arrangements were made with the Ortman Funeral Home in Norway.