Louis Mitchell Mitrovich, 56, of Apopka, Florida passed away on May 16, 2023. Mr. Mitrovich was born on August 07, 1966 in Detroit, Michigan. Mr. Mitrovich is preceded in death by his father Mitchell Mitrovich. He is survived by his loving wife Sandi Mitrovich; daughter Tulsa Mitrovich; mother Mira Mitrovich; brother Anthony Mitrovich; as well as many extended family members. He will be missed by his many loved ones and dear friends.
Louie was an incredible husband, dad, son and brother, who loved his family wholeheartedly. He was a phenomenal friend to many. Louie’s passion for golf was endless, and he shared his passion with many starting at the age of 6 until now. Everyone loved to watch Louie play! He also coached and educated many students who took the skills that Louie taught them to be a better golfer one way or another. Louie’s last job at Lowes filled him with contentment and joy.
Louie touched so many lives in one compacity or another, mostly his love, sense of humor and being the life of the party! He is the true definition “One of Kind.”
To say Louie will be missed is an understatement we will miss him like crazy! The Legacy of Louie Mitrovich will live on through the memories we all have since the second we met him.
Louie’s Celebration of Life will be at Rio Pinar Country Club, 8600 El Prado Ave., Orlando, FL on June 3rd 2023 from 12:00-3:00.
In Lieu of Flowers the Family requests donations to be made to:
Boys & Girls Clubs of Central FL, Inc. www.bgccf.org
Or Advenhealth.com Hospice Care Central Florida.
Johnny Carr says
My heart is broken! I loved this man like a brother. 50 years of friendship. Seems like just yesterday we were playing baseball together. My prayers to his wonderful family! Til we meet again Louie! RIP! God will use you to great things for the people you love!!
Julia Deevers-Rich says
So sorry to hear about Louis! He was always a great golfer and fun to be around. My condolences to the family! You are all in my thoughts and prayers!🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
Wayne Flesh (Dutch) says
Im sorry to hear this . louie was a great guy. Ive known Louie since 2 cnd grade and Ive never heard anyone ever say a bad thing about him. I will miss him .
We are heart broken by this. Especially for Sandi and Tulsa. What a guy. Love and prayers. ❤️🙏🌷
Russ Walls says
Without a doubt Louie will always be the man the life of the party even on a bad day he can make you smile this one is hard to take you’ll be somebody that will never be forgotten
Adria Leszczynski says
Uncle Louie was truly One of a Kind. He always made me feel so loved and welcome. Im so blessed to hold memories of happy times with him. Gosh he will be missed. Sending lots of love and hugs to Aunt Mira, Uncle Tony of course Aunt Sandi and Tulsa during this unthinkable time! xoxo Adria 💕
Jacqueline Baugh says
I met Louie back from elementary, junior high, high school. Louie had a passion for golf and was very good at playing golf. He always made everyone laugh and was just such a nice guy. Many years after high school I got to met his beautiful wife Sandi and got to hang out with them at a couple Colonial functions. She is a very sweet lady. My heart pours out to her, her daughter and family and friends. Louie will be missed by man. RIP my friend.
Lisa dewitz says
My condolences , so sry to hear this , Louis was an amazing person , friend , kind hearted , funny he will be truly missed prayers to all rip Louis