Warren (Stub) Louis passed away on July 6, 2020, or as he would have said, "went to join the circus". He died peacefully after being visited by some unwanted health issues that stalk folks who have achieved their 90th birthday. Stub was born on August 21, 1929, to a typical Kalamazoo (MI) family that was very religious, tea-totaling, and blue collar. Since he was the middle child, he chose to ignore the family attributes and be different, which proved to be a hallmark of his. He lived a fun, interesting, and "woefully adequate" life. Stub was voted "most bashful" by the State High 1946 senior class; got his formal education at Western Michigan University and the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, but got his real education from the US Army and Air Force; while at Barksdale AFB, escaped every week to see Hank Williams perform at the Louisiana Hayride; proved his smarts by marrying above his grade to Susan J. Ralston – athlete, artist, and entrepreneur; found himself and Sue in the middle of the 1950's game show scandal as TV contestants on the "The Big Payoff" in NYC ("if the band plays Sweet and Lovely, you'd know that, right"?); loved tennis, anyone who played tennis, and the especially the Nationals at the Zoo -- he hated golf; attended countless NCAA Final Fours over the span of 50 years, including the historic Texas Western/Kentucky game in 1966; got restless with dentistry and bought the Cabin Tavern in Saugatuck and turned it into the East of the Sun gift shop; got restless with East of the Sun and bought the old Wick house and turned it into Saugatuck's first B&B - the Wickwood Inn; he was no fashion plate, but he knew lots of women were so he and daughter Pam started Brigadoon – first in Saugatuck and then in Naples; started every morning drinking coffee with fellow bashful souls at the Quality Bakery in Kalamazoo, the Butler Street Boys in Saugatuck, or the misfits at the Naples Pier; ended every afternoon with a CC and a splash - hold the splash – preferably at the Dock Restaurant in Naples under the adult supervision of his favorite bartender Anthony. He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Henrietta Louis, his older brother Stan, and his younger brother Ken. He is survived by his two bickering children (Pam Shea and Steve Louis), the Rotten (grand) Kids (Andrew and Alex Daane; Hunter Louis, Cydney Schaumburg, and Callie Reinhardt), and 7 great grandchildren who will never know this great guy. While we will all miss Stub, he 'll be reunited with Susie, Uncle Jimmy, Rosie, Eddie (the eastern European), and all the Big Jessies, Nebraska's/Mississippi's, Sand Pipers, and others that gave him pleasure in life. When things settle down, we will have gatherings in both Saugatuck and Naples.