Remembering Pierre Sicari

Pierre Sicari.jpg

 

We recently lost a dear friend, Pierre Sicari.  Pierre was my barber since my days with the Montreal Royals, but more importantly, he was a friend who I loved very much.

Pierre had a generous heart, was always willing and happy to help his friends and family, and loved being of service to others.

Pierre’s barber shop looked like a sports museum.  He had pictures and memorabilia that would make any Dodger fan envious and impressed.  He was always happy to show people each and every picture on his walls, and would love to tell a story or two about whoever was in the picture with him.

Pierre loved baseball and boxing.  He would come to Dodger games all the time, and I was always happy to see him at Dodger Stadium.  I met Pierre in Montreal when his parents, who were great baseball fans, invited me over to their house for dinner. 

Of course he was a little boy at that time and every time I would come over we would play catch in his front yard. 

When he moved to Los Angeles our relationship grew and our families became close.  His wife Susie is as sweet as can be, and his here children are beautiful.

I am going to miss sitting in Pierre’s barber chair, but even more so I’ll miss his friendship.

5 Comments

Thoughts and prayers for Pierre and his family Tommy.

Condolence to the Sicari family

Tommy–I, too, have been seeing Pierre for it seems like forever–30 years as a downtown lawyer and 12 more years even though I moved to Woodland Hills. He spoke fondly of you often. He will definitely be missed. Have the services already been held? If not, do you know where and when? In any event, since I don’t have her number, would you please convey my heartfelt condolences to Suzie. Thanks. Bill Markenson, wdmarkenson@presto55.com

Tommy–I, too, have been seeing Pierre for it seems like forever–30 years as a downtown lawyer and 12 more years even though I moved to Woodland Hills. He spoke fondly of you often. He will definitely be missed. Have the services already been held? If not, do you know where and when? In any event, since I don’t have her number, would you please convey my heartfelt condolences to Suzie. Thanks. Bill Markenson, wdmarkenson@presto55.com

Tommy – My heart goes out to you and Mr. Pierre’s family for your losses. It is amazing how we connect to people. Our lives can be touched by anyone we come into contact with, and the pain of a loss only tells us how deeply we appreciate and miss those that leave us. You have touched so many lives Tommy with your unbridled passion for what you love to do. Thank you Tommy for being there for us!

Lance

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 225 other followers

%d bloggers like this: