Born in Riverview, Louise Piscouli was always an intelligent Sim with a great love for school. She was an only child, but not a spoiled one. Louise showed a deep compassion for history, later becoming a history teacher at the Riverview High School after she graduated from college. Her husband Alvin was more of an absentee parent and husband, leaving Louise to pick up the slack when it came to raising Henrietta and Elijiah. She made sure to teacher her daughter the wonderful art of ballet and her son the fantastic mind-game of chess, two things that she loved dearly.
Born in Riverview to a housewife and politician, Louise was always loved and taught "traditional values". When ever she had the chance, she would usually be at her bestfriend, Alvin Delgapho's house. They spent everyday playing hopscotch or pretending to hold court on his parent's diningroom table. Even from an early age, she showed great potential, being able to beat every kid in school in trivia matches.
Louise was offered a position at Pleasantview High School to teach history. Hoping that if she moved her family away from Riverview, they could rebuild their ruined relationships, Louise jumped at the position. The family packed up and bought the nicest house available, next-door to the Goth family. Louise enrolled the children in Private school, wanting them to get the best education. As the days passed, she noticed her husband never came from work until 3 am. But, trusting him, she didn't doubt his reasons.
One day, Louise received a call from Henrietta saying that she was going over to Alexander Goth's house. Pleased that her daughter had got herself a 'gentleman caller', Louise went outside to play chess with Elijiah. 9 o'clock came around, and she decided to stay up a little late to wait for Henrietta. She went to playing the piano, but stopped when she heard her husband's car pull up. Deciding to go outside and greet her husband, she went outside only to see Alvin kissing Jennifer Lothario, Henrietta staring blankly. Angry, Louise pushed Jennifer away from her husband and punched her square in the jaw. To two began to fight, however the in far more better shape Jennifer won the fight. After telling Alvin to leave, she went upstairs to see how her children were doing. She went into Elijiah's bedroom to explain what had happened, and they both went to see Henrietta, eyes full of tears. The three stayed in the bedroom, crying the whole night. The next morning, Louise skipped work and filed for divorce at the county courthouse.
While at the grocery store one day, a group of homeless children was brought to her attention. After putting her groceries in the trunk, she walked up to the children and asked them why they were outside. She learned that they were orphans with no home, and the went by the name of Newson. Less fortunate children being her softspot, she offered to find them a home and enroll them in school. With the 'adult' of the kids, Gavin, refusing to live with her, she bought a small shack on the outskirts of town and gave it to them, paying all the bills and taxes herself. When the story got out around the neighborhood, parents of other high school children called a meeting with the school board to have these kids put in foster homes. Louise, however, fought the parent's opinions, having the kids remain at their current home, where they wanted to be.
Shortly after becoming an Elder, Louise retired. She was overjoyed to see her daughter get married. When her son, still in high school, informed her he had impregnated Gabriella Newson (one of the children Louise had helped while she was a teacher), she was not thrilled. Believing it was her son's job to raise the baby, not hers, she gave him $20,000 and told him to go find a home. He bought a small trailer home, plenty big for a small family. Louise, however, didn't get to live to see her son's child be born, though, dying of natural causes.
- Louise and Henrietta's mother-in-law, Bella Goth, didn't get along at all. They came close to fighting on several occasions.
- Louise was a talented piano and chess player.