Louis Enrico Nunno born Dec. 29, 1939, in Boston, Mass. He was a proud Italian American entrepreneur and 101st Airborne Veteran, who started many businesses over the years. Such as “Sunset Landscaping,” “The Sassy Cat Bar,” “The Happy Landing Boat Storage,” an importer of Mexican art and furnishings, and an earthworm farmer (really). He also worked on many creative and original concept ideas such as “The Nunno Cube,” “The Cheek Seat Ski Pole,” “Air Nunno,” “The World Preservation Foundation,” and countless others.
But he was best known as the founder of “Nunno Corporation LTD.” in Paso Robles. A steel building manufacturing and construction company, family owned and operated for over 30 years.
He was also somewhat of a modern renaissance man who always followed his own interest wherever that journey might lead. His life was full of adventures, funny stories, twists and turns, more highs than lows, more accomplishments than failure, a creative genius who would see answers before most could even see the problem.
Most important of all he took great pride in being the patriarch of the family he loved very much. He is survived by his children Michael (Jill), Cynthia (Alan), James and Sophia, four grandchildren John, Matt (Brittany), Nathan and Addison, and a great-grandson Waylon, sisters Ann and Dorothy. His brother and best friend Tommy were certainly the first to greet him on the other side.
If we had not all been here to witness his story you would think it was fiction rather than one man’s incredible reality. And even the Angels will want to hear the stories of his life.
Lou, you will always have our love and you will be missed.
Services will be held on May 12, 2018, at the Paso Robles Cemetery at 11 a.m. A celebration of life will immediately follow at Castoro Cellars in Templeton.