Roanoke businesses honor Louis Tudor’s legacy with fundraiser for ‘Tudor House’

In memory of Louis Tudor, businesses are auctioning off items to raise money

ROANOKE, Va. – The loss of Louis Tudor this July struck the hearts of many in the Roanoke community, but his legacy will live on.

His family is partnering with downtown businesses to raise money for a mental health center to be named the Tudor House.

Simply Framing, Black Dog Salvage and Texas Tavern are selling old signs and frames.

The auction will run for seven days until noon on Monday, Nov. 2 on eBay. Detailed descriptions of each sign and photos can be found in the auction links:

Exterior sign

Menu sign

Chile sign

Black Dog Salvage CEO Mike Whiteside created a custom-made green and white frame inspired by Louis Tudor’s swimming background.

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