Berwyn Ad Exec, Politicial Activist Dies
The Berwyn advertising firm founder, one-time Patch blogger and Tea Party leader died suddenly.
Louis C. Flanagan was the founder of a Berwyn Advertising firm and a co-founder of the General Wayne Tea Party. He was also a one-time blogger on TE Patch.
According to an obituary on Legacy.com Louis Flanagan died on December 20. Services were held last Friday, December 28 at St. Monica Catholic Church in Berwyn.
Flanagan founded Flanagan Advertising of Berwyn in 1971.
As a co-founder of the General Wayne Tea Party he was passionate about national politics and a prolific writer on conservative topics. His family descibed his political activism this was in his Legacy.com obituary "his prolific activist writing lead to frequent letters to the editor which lead to numerous publications in the national press such as the Washington Post and the NY Times. Lou was passionate about his beliefs, the Tea Party and his country."
According to the Legacy.com obituary "in 1971 he established Flanagan Advertising a full service agency which specialized in Industrial Advertising. Force Industries of Paoli was the first account followed by Tarmac, Double H . Plastics, Duross Company, Keystone Helicopter, Devon Manor and many more notable accounts."
Donations can be made to ChildFund International Philippines (formerly Christian Children's Fund), 2821 Emerywood Parkway, Richmond VA 23294 which he sponsored many children for over 34 years.