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     These pages are dedicated to showing the “race day” human-face side of one of the most over-looked talents in all of motor racing. With the many championships, track records and trophies, Troy’s record speaks for it’s self. He simply drives the wheels off  anything he sits in.

     I will endeavor to show, the level of intensity and dedication it takes, by all those involved, to put a winning race car on the track. And the ultimate goal of this photo documentary project is to bring to the attention of the ”fathers of racing”, a talent that truly deserves a shot at, The Show.

 

BY: Jack Rhyne, Photographer

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 I want to acknowledge the generosity and hard work of Dave Biswell and Biswell Motor Sports on this project.  Without his kindness and his unwavering, ongoing belief in the abilities of Troy Regier, none of this would have been possible.  Thank you, Dave.

 

 

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In Memory of MR. LOUIE GENNUSO, SR
1914 - 2003

MR. "G"

 

Longtime downtown Fresno businessman Gennuso dies

LOUIS J. GENNUSO, SR. Louis "Louie" was born in Fresno, CA on October 27, 1914, and passed away in Fresno at the age of 88 on Monday, October 6, 2003. Louie was in the service station business for 63 years. he owned and operated Gennuso's Service and Automagic Car Wash on Fresno and E Streets, Fresno's oldest and last full service station in town. He was instrumental in organizing the Gasoline Retailers Association. He was a long time member and past President of the Verdi Club. Louie graduated from Edison High School as Student Body President and served on the Edison Advisory Board for many years. He was very proud of his good friend Ralph Giordano, 'Young Corbett", Fresno's Welterweight World Champion and was a member of the fundraising committee for his memorial statue at Selland Arena. Louie was an avid fan and supporter of local auto racing since the 1940's. Louie was preceded in death by his brothers, Frank, Jake, Joe and Tony; and his sisters, Concetta and Grace. He is survived by Lydia, his wife of 68 years; his sister, Louise Fotes, his daughter, Jeannette Seidel; his son Louie Gennuso Jr.; and his daughter-in-law Wendy. He has seven grandchildren, Gregory Seidel and his wife Bernice, Mark Seidel and his wife Sharla, Joan Deming and her husband Matt, Scott Seidel, Louie III, John and Neil Gennuso, and great-grandchildren, Katherine and Connor Deming, Donovan Seidel and Ryan Seidel. Visitation will be held at Whitehurst Funeral Chapel on Thursday, October 9, 2003, from 12:00 noon till 7:00 p.m. followed by Recitation of the Rosary. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St Alphonsus Catholic Church on Friday, October 10, 2003 at 10:00 a.m. Interment will follow at Mt. View Cemetery. Remembrances may be made to the Poverello House or to the Fresno Rescue Mission. WHITEHURSTSullivan, Burns & Blair Chapel1525 E. Saginaw 227-4048
Published in the Fresno Bee on 10/8/2003.