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Christelle Taylor posted on 9/26/20

Trudy was always So sweet, kind and loving. I know she is rejoicing and smiling in heaven with her mama and all family who are with the Lord. May God bless her daddy, children and grandchildren with fond memories, comfort and peace that surpasses all understanding.

 

Christelle Taylor posted on 9/26/20

Trudy was always so sweet, kind and loving. I know she is In heaven singing and rejoicing With her mama and family May God bless her father, children and grandchildren with comfort, peace and loving memories in the seeet name of Jesus

 

Toni Hull posted on 9/26/20

Ken and family, I had the privilege and honor to know Gus from our many emails after he was my first contact during my Rohan search. I was able to sit and visit with Gus at several reunions. I am sad , but what a life he lived!!!! Gus was a true gentleman, full of knowledge, and was my friend!! My deepest sympathy his family.

 

Margaret vICK posted on 9/24/20

Virginia. So sorry to hear of the death of your sister. Both of my sisters have died and I miss them every day. I am not coming to the funeral home but your loss will be in my mind and heart.

 

Christina Kyle Casteel posted on 9/24/20

Dear Carol and Ken, I am so sorry to hear about Gus. My heart and thoughts are with you and the girls. I know your love for each other will carry you through this heartbreak. Much love, Christy

 

 

JulieAnn Worthen posted on 9/24/20

Sending condolences to Gus’s family.

 

 

Tami Flynn posted on 9/22/20

Sister Johanne Was a Beacon of Light Who Will Live in Our Hearts Forever. We Love You Sister Johanne. We Will Miss Your Smiles and Warm Heart. God Bless You.

 

Ken Krueger and Patricia Honey posted on 9/22/20

Helen was one of my favorite aunts. She was always so warm and loving with a smile on her lovely face. What a beautiful woman inside and out. We in Southern California will miss her. She raised an awesome family too...all good people. May God continue to bless her and her whole extended family. We were all blessed to know her.

 

 

Suzanne Naquin posted on 9/21/20

I have so many wonderful memories of you Momma, but one that I will always hold dear, is you and I sitting under the pecan trees at home on a Sunday afternoon after church, sitting on a blanket, reading as many books as you would❤️I credit my love for reading to you! And I will do my best to always make those special memories with my kids😘I love you so much Momma! I’ll see you again ❤️

 

Buddy posted on 9/20/20

Nancy I am so sorry for your lost. We will keep you and your family in our prayers.

 

Jim Rawlins posted on 9/20/20

Worked with Lucas in the late 60’s and have fond memories of those times and on into later years after we went our separate ways. Rest In Peace Luke

 

 

Larry and Essie Cockrell posted on 9/20/20

Such a sad time for all of you to have lost Richard here with you, yet a glorious day for Richard whose faith was undaunted. May we all see this through Richard’s eyes now as he is in God’s presence. And to find much needed comfort. We love you Michele and family. Larry and Essie

 

CAMILLE THIBODEAUX posted on 9/20/20

Miss Kappy, My deepest sympathies to you, Chip, Nancy and Jean. Mr. Boo was such a wonderful man and I know he will be so missed by your entire family! I will always remember Mr. Boo's gentle smiles and his kindness to all. With Love, Camille Camille Uhler Thibodeaux

 

Pauline Coco posted on 9/20/20

Michele, I am so sorry to hear of your husband’s passing. Please know you and your family remain in my daily thoughts and prayers.

 

Jack Nichols posted on 9/19/20

Michelle and family. A wonderful service. The grandchildren presenting the tulips was so touching! Jack’s comments resonated with me; Carol and I sniffled throughout the service. Again, we regret that we could not attend.

 

Lori Byrd posted on 9/19/20

Michele and Liz and family, I was so saddened to hear of Richard's illness and death. He was a wonderful person and will be missed and remembered for his loving nature and contagious smile. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Clifford LeBlanc posted on 9/19/20

Kappa, My deepest sympathy to you, Chip, the girls, and all the family. Boo's write-up was wonderful and a true reflection. I'm going to miss his book recommendations. May he rest in peace and rise in glory!

 

Ginny Law Peterson posted on 9/19/20

Dear Michele, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your husband, Richard Rathbone. It was a beautiful and touching obituary about him. Prayers are with you and your family, Ginny

 

Donna Widner posted on 9/19/20

Thoughts and prayers to the family from all of us Donna and Pat Widner, Julee and Paul Blanchard, Daniel and Jessica Williams and Amy and Josh DeLee.

 

Bill Ford posted on 9/18/20

A good and faithful servant. Rest In Peace my friend. It was an honor and privilege to call you friend. Condolences to Michelle and the rest of his great family. He is missed.

 

Kitty Tomlinson Wood posted on 9/18/20

Hugs and prayers for Kappy, Chip, Nancy, and Jean. My heart hurts for all of you. Mr. Boo was a good man who will be missed by many.

 

Melanie Johnston Levy (Caleb and Sean Cangelosi's mom) posted on 9/18/20

I came to know and love Richard and Michele very early on in our "young parent days..." life has had its twists and turns and I'm sorry to say our lives took very different paths. I shall always remember fondly and be grateful for the times we shared as we were "figuring this thing called LIFE out..." My heart is broken for your loss...thankful that this is not all there is...

 

Cissie Furr posted on 9/18/20

Helen became my friend early on when we moved to Baton Rouge. This long enduring friendship was one of my treasures. I do believe there are angels here on earth and surely Helen was one of them. I think God was needing another angel in heaven so he called Helen to be with him. I will miss you.

 

John and Diane Keen posted on 9/17/20

I’m so sorry to hear of Richard’s passing. We have such fond memories of attending Bible studies, sharing meals and attending church with him and the whole beautiful Rathbone family. We remember him as a fun, generous and godly man. The family is in our prayers.

 

Kathryn Lindsay posted on 9/17/20

A kind, caring and wonderful man. I am grateful to have known him. He was a good doctor, a good family friend and an all-around lovely person and I will miss him. I’m so sorry for your loss. May he Rest In Peace with the Lord.

 

Susan Hodges posted on 9/17/20

Mrs Daigle was my neighbor for 37 Years. Always loved talking with her over the fence. She was a special lady.

 

Susan Hodges posted on 9/17/20

Mrs Daigle was my neighbor for 37 years. Always loved talking with her over the fence. She was a special person.

 

Jesse Irwin Carnes posted on 9/17/20

I thank the Lord for Richard ... he was so generous and gracious, and he always had a Kind Word of Encouragement.

 

Traci Soileau posted on 9/17/20

Dear Daigle Family, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. You are all in my prayers and thoughts as you travel through these next few days.

 

Lance and Mary Jo Smith posted on 9/17/20

Sarah and Brent know that we will continue to lift all of Sarah's family up in prayer. Sarah your father has left an amazing legacy through his children and their families and all the people he served and the many lives he touched.

 

Jean and Mike Mullens posted on 9/17/20

Our Sympathy is extended to Michelle, the children,spouses, grandchildren and all. It was a pleasure to know him, gone way too fast

 

 

Holly Brumfield posted on 9/17/20

Such a great doctor and friend for so many years!! Prayers to Michele and family! You’ll be missed Doc!!❤️❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻

 

JoNell Gay posted on 9/17/20

Mrs Daigle always had a smile on her face and was welcoming when I visited. She was such a sweet lady who will be dearly missed.

 

Susan Jeansonne posted on 9/16/20

Sending you and your family my sincere condolences. I will keep you all in my prayers. Sincerely, Susan

 

Julia hawkins posted on 9/16/20

Helen was a dear dear friend of mine. During the last years we talked often on the phone. I frequently took Helen and Buelah Bolton to Coffee Call for lunch on their shared birthday. Sending my love. Julia hawkins

 

Mike Aucoin posted on 9/16/20

Michele, Mary Jackson, Anna, and your families - It is with great sadness and sorrow for me to hear of the passing of your beloved husband and father, Richard. I am all too familiar with such a loss, and under rather similar circumstances. Savor the memories of your beloved until you are reunited with him in eternity. I pray for the peace of the Lord Jesus to comfort you all during these difficult days, and far beyond.

 

Elizabeth and Terry Beven posted on 9/15/20

I have fond memories of playing bridge with Beth, Margie Armstrong and Helen Olivier. Those were good times. Later, we marveled at Beth's accomplishments in the arts. We will cherish her memory.

 

Carmen Ockrassa posted on 9/15/20

Lord God, You're always attentive to our pleads, may Calvin's family find in the arms of our Lord Jesus the comfort in their sadness. Make their faith strong with the assurance that someday they'll be reunited with their loved one. We pray this in your Son's mighty name... May Calvin rest in peace in the arms of the Lord!

 

Edward DAIGLE posted on 9/15/20

Helen always made everyone feel welcomed. As a younger brother in law I did not get to know Helen early on but when I did she became a special person. God will bless her greatly.

 

 

Edward DAIGLE posted on 9/15/20

A special lady that always had a heartwarming smile for everyone she met.

 

 

Edward DAIGLE posted on 9/15/20

A special lady that always had a heartwarming smile for everyone.

 

Carol Spruill posted on 9/14/20

It is my good fortune in life to have met Richard by way of marrying one of his four first cousins, Jack Nichols. This meant the opportunity to have conversations with him at family gatherings over the decades. He was kind, inquisitive, funny and an all-round great person to be around. We called him "Saint Richard" because, in 2001, he saved my mother-in-law. She was traveling through Alabama when she had a brain aneurysm that was predicted to take her life the first night. She survived that and Richard became our family consultant and liaison with the local medical community. With much effort, he was able to extract her from the hospital and arrange for her to be transferred to the excellent medical facilities in Birmingham. She remains alive today - 19 years later. We are heartbroken that his life had to end so early, but it was a life well and fully lived. We love you, Richard. Rest in your well-deserved peace.

 

Peggy Arnstrong Vaughan posted on 9/14/20

Michelle and family, there are no words that can truly express how my family and I feel about Richard. He took me under his wings while I was working at Silliman in the early 90's. I was having problems with my heart racing. My whole body was out of whack, but he got me back on track starting with my thyroid and took great care of me until he left his practice in Clinton . My mom(Ellen Armstrong) told me just the other day how she had told him years ago that he was the only doctor she wanted to see and take care of her. Richard took great care of my parents. He would always stop to listen to the stories my dad(Fred Armstrong) had to tell and after listening, finally getting dad to tell him what was ailing them both. Richard was a diamond! My family was so blessed to have him for our doctor as long as we did. He has and will be truly missed by all who knew and came to love him. Praying for you and your family thru all this and the days to come. God bless you!

 

 

Therisa Vessell posted on 9/13/20

With deep heartfelt sympathy.

 

Mary Herget posted on 9/13/20

Michelle and family, I praise God for Richard and his life. He was a generous, loving Christian brother. You are each in my heart and my prayers! I rejoice with you in Richard’s homing. GOD blessed us with his life and we will rejoice and be glad. I LOVE YOU ALL DEARLY. Mary

 

Chrissie O’Quin posted on 9/13/20

Thank you to the Rathbone family for sharing your husband, father and grandfather with the Clinton community. He is greatly missed.

 

Dianne Parker - Jackson LA posted on 9/13/20

Richard was Silliman football physician when my son Larry Parker Jr played. Larry had several injuries during his football and track years from 1984-1990. Dr Rathbone was always there to doctor on all the players. My son went to be with our Lord on Nov 24, 2002 due to a tragic tractor accident. I would like to think that Larry and Richard are again mending the injuries. Only this time there’s no pain only peace laughter and joy. Michele know that you and the family are in my thoughts and prayers. Richard was a wonderful person and he’ll be missed by so many. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

 

dianne w hampton posted on 9/12/20

My deepest sympathy to your family. May your prayers sustain you and the resurrection promise give you hope. Job 14:14, 15; Isaiah 25:8; Revelation 21:4

 

Pat Schneider posted on 9/12/20

Richard truly embodied the Rural Physician who lived his Passion for the love of God and his family and caring for his patients and their extended families. As colleagues, over the years we shared care of patients and opinions about the changing face of the practice of medicine, often ministering to patients, who previously had not had any medical care. Richard was a true gentleman, as well as a true Christian healer. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

 

Sally Lees posted on 9/12/20

It was my last year to try out for cheer. I had fake nails on. Those were just beginning to be the “new” thing. Anyway, my pinky nail got caught on the bottom of my friends shoe as we were standing up and ripped it off. Real nail and all. It was hanging on by a thread. I we to see Dr Rathbone for him to fix it. I was thinking he was just going to wrap it up. Boy was I wrong. Next thing I know, he was asking me if that hurt. Of course I was saying things that I shouldn’t t have been saying. Dr. Rathbone had pulled the nail off my finger and told me it will grow back. Of course I have a ton of memories. I’m sure going to miss him.

 

JoAnn Cazedessus posted on 9/12/20

Among many memories , Richard coming and assuring Mac he had NOT run over Elizabeth and caused her death, and the comfort he gave Mac. The favorite though is after the many times he sewed up our accident prone Nathaniel, he told Nat he was just going to give him the keys to the office so he could just meet him there.

 

Cindy Mcdonald posted on 9/12/20

I will never forget the very first time I met Richard. I went with a friend for an office visit and I introduced myself to him. We had just lost our 5 year old son and the first words out of his mouth were “ we have been praying for you and Randy “. Those words meant the world to me. Then, Michele, I still have the book you gave me. I refer to it often, especially since losing Randy. Love each of you and may God bless and hold each one in His arms. Cindy

 

 

Sharon Purpera Brown posted on 9/12/20

Dr Rathbone loved his family and community. Thank you sir for your labors here on Earth helping the sick, and loving your patients. Worked for years at Lane Hospital with him. My heartfelt sympathy to all his family, and I rejoice to know he loved his Saviour, Our Lord Jesus Christ. And he is with Him now. God bless you all.

 

 

Mohammad Pirzadah, MD posted on 9/12/20

I have never seen him without a smile. He was full Of life. Great loss for the medical Community.

 

 

Mohammad Pirzadah, MD posted on 9/12/20

I have never seen him without a smile. Huge loss for the medical Community. My prayers are with the family.

 

John David Gautreau posted on 9/11/20

Dennis: Sorry to hear that you lost your mother. I just happen to look at the Baton Rouge Advocate online today, 11 September. My sympathy to you and all who mourn your mom.

 

Father Bob Massett posted on 9/10/20

Dear Hingles: I was a younger 9th warder when Cal, known then as Curley, Jim Berry, Arthur Frantz, Tony Marino and others captured St. Cecilia school yard and Stallings Gym for their basketball games. Also I was aware of Marilyn and Dan. I always looked up up to Curley as he was kind and friendly to us younger ones. It looks like he has achieved all God asked of him here on earth and will now be in our corner from the House of God Himself. My prayers and thoughts are with you. Sincerely, Father Bob Massett -- France and Claiborne.

 

Catherine B. Baker posted on 9/9/20

I had the privilege of knowing Robert Hodges during the 20 years I was employed as a secretary at the fine firm of Taylor, Porter, Brooks and Phillips in Baton Rouge. He was a "next door" neighbor there; his office and secretary were in the same corner of the Chase Building as my employer. All of my memories of this highly respected firm and staff are and always will be cherished.

 

 

Celia K. Crull posted on 9/7/20

We were so sorry to learn that Beth has passed away. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time. Best, Alice & C.K. Cull

 

Linda Robinson posted on 9/6/20

Dear Elizabeth, Maggie, Pam, Aimee, and Delaune, One of my fondest memories of your mother and family was the quilt that you all made by hand for Robert when he was born. You were all so young, and there was so much love in that quilt. I pray that your mother will be blessed with eternal love, mercy and peace.

 

 

Diane posted on 9/4/20

Miss and love you always 💗

 

Margaret Lagattuta posted on 9/3/20

Your mom was a dominant fixture in my childhood I spent many a night at your house and she was our Girl Scout troop leader, Great Books and numerous other hats she wore. I had not seen her in years but over a year ago Ana and I had lunch with her at Houmas House- she was delightful and so proud of all of you and her grandsons . Each of you reflect her legacy of reading and learning Love, Margee

 

Margaret Lagattuta posted on 9/3/20

You have my love and sincere condolences for the loss of your mother the matriarch. I have many memories of her from spending the night numerous times to our Girl Scout troop, Great Books and on and on. Each of you reflect her in a different way and pass on her legacy of learning and reading. Remembering her with great respect and affection Love Margee (Margaret)

 

Mike and Connie Vincent posted on 9/2/20

Carmen and family, Mike and I are so sorry for your loss. Debbie has always been a beautiful person inside and out. Always a smile, upbeat made you feel good to be around. Our prayers are with you in this most difficult time. Love you

 

Jerry Roberts posted on 9/1/20

Roy..So sorry for your lost. She has been missed at our past luncheons. I will not be able to make the wake. Prayers for her and you.

 

Nella Schaubhut Babin posted on 9/1/20

Jenny, I’m so sorry for your loss. My prayers and sympathy are with you and your family. May God give you comfort and peace as the days go on. Love Nella

 

Alice & Joe Meyer posted on 9/1/20

Roy, sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. My condolences for the entire family. And may she rest in peace...AMEN!

 

Suresh posted on 8/31/20

Rocky, I just heard about the sad news (from Martha) of passing away of Debroh, your living life partner. Lord Jesus bless her soul. We pray that God gives you strength to overcome this unbearable loss. Take care. Our prayers are with you.

 

Patricia (Pat Noble) Knippers posted on 8/31/20

I am so sorry to hear about Deborah. We were good friends in school and friends on facebook

 

Suzanne Crais-Johnson posted on 8/31/20

With all my love my sista! God has you now. What a wonderful life you had here with us. Although I will mourn your passing and think of you often, as our memories are precious, I will look forward to see you again one day. All my love to my second family who are in my thoughts and prayers at this time of great sorrow. John and I will hold you all in our hearts and prayers. 💕 Love you all.

 

Suzan Ecker posted on 8/26/20

I was Bobby’s RN at the office in the 80s. He was wonderful to work for and an awesome physician! 😢

 

Paul Bethel posted on 8/25/20

Ms. Patsy, you have my most sincere condolences. Glynn taught me printing and that is still what I do today for living. It all started at Vo-Tech. Then, years later we ran into each other again when I was out of a job, and he hired me. I'm still employed where he hired me. I am where I am today because of him. He was so very gracious to give me a chance and empowered me to make a place for myself. I owe a debt of gratitude to him. I have missed him in the last few years and will miss him forever more. Rest in peace.

 

Kim Carter posted on 8/25/20

I'm so saddened by his passing. He was a great person and great friend. He will be missed very much.

 

Stephanie Green Bowen posted on 8/23/20

Frank, I think about who you are with now. You and Jason enjoying the full glory of the presence of our precious Lord. I know Jason was overjoyed to see his friend. The Holy Spirit has Jeri and Frankie in the palm of His hand.

 

 

christopher manale posted on 8/22/20

MAY GOD GUIDE YOU TO OUR PROMISED HOME IN HEAVEN.. YOU WILL BE TRULLY MISSED.. I LOVE YOU FRANKY

 

Gisele Larose posted on 8/22/20

Jerri & Emma, God received an angel. May you find peace in your heart as you grieve your loss. My prayers are with you, both!

 

Nancy Manale posted on 8/22/20

My prayers for comfort and peace for the family.

 

Debbie Frazier posted on 8/22/20

Jerri, please know our prayers are with you. We Frazier’s have precious memories of the Golden Hawks- Frankie had such a sweet demeanor and care for my little guys... and so many others. Thanking the Lord for his kindness and influence. So sorry we cannot be there but sending love and prayers.

 

Michelle Zoghbi posted on 8/21/20

Frank, God gained the best. Your love for your family is my favorite example of faith and gratitude. You three are Gods amazing unconditional love. I love you all and am heavy hearted for this new season of talking to you from this side of life. Jerri May God give you the patience and peace you all need. Love Michelle

 

Emma posted on 8/21/20

Frank, You have always been my HERO! Now you are my Hero Angel! I will miss your smile, your love and your laughter. I will look for you in Tiger stadium cheering for their first game. I will point up to the sky and say, “This ones for you Frankathin, Geaux Tigers! Love you always, Emmie

 

Susan Hodges posted on 8/21/20

Woody and I worked with Glynn at LSU for many years. He was such a sweet and helpful man. He installed all our ceiling fans when we moved into our house. I am so sorry for your loss. I lost Woody 9 years ago so I can imagine how lost you feel. I will be thinking and praying for your family.

 

 

Lynn Terrebbonne posted on 8/20/20

Always willing to help everyone

 

Jimmy (BR Vo-Tech) and Dianne Akin posted on 8/20/20

Prayers for you in the passing of Glynn

 

Jimmy (BR Vo-Tech) and Dianne Akin posted on 8/20/20

Condolences and prayers in your loss of Glynn.

 

The Brock Family (Van and Joyce, Joy, Stan, Brett, DeAnn, and Kelly) posted on 8/20/20

We express our condolences and offer our sincere prayers to the entire family during this time. We were all fortunate to have crossed paths with such a great individual. May God keep Mr. Glynn in his loving arms until it is our time to reunite with him in heaven.

 

John abd Johnnie Forrest posted on 8/19/20

Patsy, Roxanne, David, Elizabeth our hearts hurt when we learned of Glynn's passing. We do remember the good times we had with your family, the camping, ball games at he ball park. We love you. God bless you.

 

Vernon and Audrey Pastorick posted on 8/19/20

Vernon & I offer our sincere sympathies and prayers to all of you. WE were sorry to hear that Glenn has passed away. Love you all.....GOD BLESS

 

Vernon and Audrey Pastorick posted on 8/19/20

Vernon & I offer our sincere prayers and sympathies. We were sorry to hear that Glenn has passed away. Love to you all.....GOD BLESS

 

Guy Gremillion posted on 8/19/20

Very sorry to hear of Doug's passing. We played quite a bit of golf and cards together over the years at Fairwood and Sherwood Forest Country Clubs. Also enjoyed quite a few fishing trips as well. Doug was a very fine man and I he is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Patti seeser posted on 8/19/20

She was one of the kindest and caring people I ever knew .May you Rest In Peace with our Lord .Thank you miss Elsie for your kindness toward my family you will be missed greatly.

 

Patti seeser posted on 8/19/20

She was one of the nicest and caring people I ever knew.May you Rest In Peace with our Lord .Thank you miss Elsie for your kindness To my family you will be missed very much.

 

Cynthia Mellon posted on 8/19/20

May this beautiful soul,rest in peace. My condolences to all her family and friends. Elsie will be missed.

 

Norman Brown posted on 8/19/20

To the Fontenot Family, Mrs. Fontenot (Patsy), Roxanne, David and Elizabeth. I'm very sad to hear of this great man going to be with God. I had some good times with him when he retired from the school, I was hired later to fill his shoes and what a pair of shoes I had to fill. I will never forget the times we shared together. My God continue to bless each of you and keep you safe in times like these.

 

Judy posted on 8/19/20

Thoughts and prayers for all.

 

Darcelle posted on 8/18/20

May her soul and all the souls of the faithful, departed through the mercy of God rest in peace. Amen God Bless you and your family Martha

 

Lanie Pearson posted on 8/18/20

Dr.Presti is the very first doctor I can remember. My mother worked with him in the 80’s at BR medical Center. At the ripe age of 3; I told him and the injection where they could shove it, and fought like my life depended on it. I gave him such a hard time but he always smiled and laughed when I was done. Through high school, college, marriage, and starting a family of my own he continued to be an amazing doctor with an old school style I appreciated. For over 30 years he cared me and he took good care of my grandfather when I would drag him up there. I’m so very sad to hear of Dr.Presti’s passing. He was truly one of a kind and they just don’t make doctors like him anymore. Sending many prayers to his family. ~fly high Dr.Presti, I hope you are finally resting now~

 

Diana and Ross Arnold posted on 8/18/20

Doug and Hilda . So very sorry for your loss. I didn’t know he was an Air Force officer but I’m sure Hilda had told me this before as we have had a few conversations about him in the past . Prayers for comfort and peace during this time.

 

Barbara McMurry posted on 8/18/20

I did not know Mr. Cobb personally but his daughter in law Hilda talked about him so much I felt like I did. I am so sorry Hilda and Doug for your loss. You're in my prayers.

 

Jack Craig posted on 8/18/20

So sorry to hear of the passing of Mr. Johnny. I will pray for our Lord to give peace and comfort to each one of you. Mr Johnny was the first to introduce me to the “pull my finger” joke. Cherished times growing up on W. Magnolia with bikes and rabbits s and stealing sips of Mr Johnny’s blackberry wine. May our Lord keep and bless y’all during these trying days.

 

Wilda Tolbert posted on 8/18/20

I will miss you so much!!!💕

 

Tammy desalvo posted on 8/18/20

So sorry for y'all loss I'm sure gonna miss u aunt Elsie may u rip

 

Margo and Brian Rhinehart posted on 8/18/20

Morris and Terri, May your grief be lessened by the beautiful memories of your Mom. Keeping you and your family in our prayers.

 

Sheri Heitkemper posted on 8/18/20

Mrs. Elsie was always a sweet smiling lady, loved her kids and grandkids . Rest In Peace .

 

Becky Hawke posted on 8/18/20

I was so saddened to hear of Dr. Prestigiacomo’s passing. I knew him for years both as a practicing physical therapist who worked with his patients to being a friend and former patient. “Infectious smile and sharp wit” are perfect ways to describe him. He will be missed by all who knew him.

 

Trish and Mark Crochet posted on 8/17/20

Mark and I have known John since our LSU Tiger Band/Tau Beta Sigma/Kappa Kappa Psi days. Then, we so enjoyed playing in Baton Rouge Concert Band together. It was so much fun when I would get to sit next to him in rehearsals. Not only was he a wonderful musician, but he had such a great sense of humor! Throughout the years, we loved having conversations with John on so many different subjects, and he was passionate about many things, to say the least. I think what we’ll remember most, though, is his laughter. I know he was a truly compassionate man and caring physician. We are so lucky to have called him friend, and we miss him.

 

 

Deree Ducote & Nate Ducote posted on 8/17/20

Live you so much Granny.

 

Nurah posted on 8/17/20

Dr. John, I’ve struggled to find the words & honestly don’t believe I’ll ever fully process the fact that you’re gone. I will carry your memory with me always. It was hard getting used to the idea of not working just down the hall from you anymore, but having to say goodbye in this life is still just unimaginable. They say you don’t realize just how much you’ll miss someone until they’re gone - I’ve spent the days since I heard of your passing flooded with thoughts and memories of all the good times shared. I learned so much from you over the course of just a few short years and will treasure those lessons. I’ll definitely miss our off the wall, spontaneous, rant/rave conversations the most; the articles that you’d come across and hold onto to discuss just for fun when you could carve out a minute in the day and just your pure passion for everyday life & helping those around you! ‘You will be missed’ is an understatement—the world is a different place after having lost you. I will always be thankful our paths crossed & that I had the chance to know you. May you Rest In Peace doc. Sending much love and comforting thoughts to your family and friends mourning such a significant loss. 💔

 

Donald Parks posted on 8/17/20

Our condolences to the whole family

 

Nessa Landry Buckley posted on 8/17/20

We will miss Jock at our LSU Tiger Band reunions. A great musician with Such a wonderful sense of humor! RIP my band brother!

 

Lisa posted on 8/17/20

Sorry for y’all loss prayers for your family

 

Jacqueline Lea posted on 8/17/20

Dr. P. was man of challenges in that he sought them out. I will truly miss him not that I know that I will not see him on this side of eternal. I, to enjoyed the music and was planning to make it a yearly event which I will still do just to celebrate him

 

Lisa posted on 8/17/20

So sorry for y’all loss prayers for your family

 

Wilda Tolbert posted on 8/17/20

Dr P was my Doctor for 14 years. He was a very good Dr. I will miss him very much.

 

Mary Dudley posted on 8/17/20

To the Family of Dr. John: I had the pleasure of working with him since 2008 at NHDP. Dr. John was very detailed and loved a challenge. He would spend hours researching details which could enhance his patient's clinical or life experience. He served as the primary care provider for many team members who worked at NHDP. To work beside someone, then chose as your own, is one of the greatest tributes a healthcare professional could for . This action represents the highest level of trust and respect. I, along with many from NHDP were fortunate to Dr. John perform on December 23rd at L'auberge Casino with the Baton Rouge Jazz Ensemble. It was an enjoyable experience that we will treasure for the rest of our lives. I am sincerely sorry for your loss. May peace be with each of you as you journey through this difficult period in life. Mary Dudley

 

Marquita Singleton posted on 8/17/20

Dr. John it was a pleasure working with you the past 8 years. You will be missed dearly. Fly high!!!

 

Beth Schroll Millet posted on 8/17/20

So sad to hear about Johnny. Knew him when we were kids - lives down the street. Sending Our thoughts and prayers

 

Liz Voelker posted on 8/16/20

Dr. John was very good to his patients at NHDP. He helped many patients in his years there. They will be very sad to hear of his passing. He will be missed by all.

 

Selam Negatu posted on 8/16/20

No amount of words, gestures or gratitude would even show an ounce of what this man has done for my elders and I. He showed care in a way that I wasn't exposed to until we met about 10 years back. I remember the first time we took my uncle to see him, I immediately started to tell him about all of the issues he had been having and Dr. John replied, "Will you be with him for every appt, because if you are not, then he needs to tell me himself." And I was so blown away by that comment since no doctor ever cared to make a direct connection with him. There were even a few times he forgot to charge us for the visit until we reminded him. Throughout the years, we all became very close; he would take time from his personal life to check in on any of us if we were at the hospital, always took calls no matter when and each regular office visit was at least an hour long. After each family member would see him, he would call me after 5:30pm, once he was done seeing his patients, and speak to me for hours to regroup. Hence we chatted monthly for countless hours over the past 10 years. There were even times we would be on his computer googling new methods that I heard about and we would discuss the good, bad, the unknown and sometimes we just chatted about life. Dr. John F. Prestigiacomo embodied the true definition of selflessness, " a person that is concerned more with the needs and wishes of others than with one's own." He was humble, funny, and compassionate. He has given my family so many years of living on Earth and has taught my siblings and I invaluable lessons along the way. You have made your mark on this world and were an amazing doctor, none like no other. I know for a fact that you were our earth angel. I am truly going to miss you......take care and I know you are an angel in Heaven. Sending Love.

 

Stacey Tull posted on 8/16/20

My condolences to the family.where do I begin? I’m just in shock. Dr. P was my family’s dr for over 25 years. He has helped us more than words can say. He really listened to his patients and helped any way he possibly could. I can’t even begin to explain all he has done for my family. He literally helped my Mom live another year by finding her a new oncologist, he kept my son from being paralyzed, saved me when I had kidney stones, saved My husbund when he had a gallbladder attack. He has been there for so long. Never too busy to answer a phone call and listen to your problem or ailment. Always checking in afterwards. We have gotten visits in hospitals he doesn’t normally go to, because he just wanted to check on us. He sat with me and talked and told stories every night when my mom was dying in the hospital. Like he had no where else to be. He loved the sax and gave my daughter tapes and encouraged her when she was starting to play. We loved to see him perform with the BR jazz ensemble. He was great! He is still my dr and I just saw him last month. So glad we had a long visit and caught up. We looked at pictures, talked politics, medicine and travel. My husband even called to check on me because I was gone so long. I am in total shock and in tears. The world and the medical field lost a wonderful, smart, compassionate, caring man. They just don’t make them like that anymore. Rest In Peace. We love and miss you. 🙏🙏🙏

 

Billy and Rachel Kirkwood posted on 8/16/20

I have had the great pleasure of working with and for Dr. Prestigiacomo for nearly 10 years. Many of his patients called him such names as Dr. P, Dr. John, Dr. Pres and simply Doc. I personally called him Doc quite often myself. Dr. Prestigiacomo had a love for his profession. I recently asked if he ever thought to retire and he looked at me and said, "I went to school to be a doctor. I am in the business of healing people and it is my passion to heal sick people. It's what I do and will continue doing until I hit the floor." He was true to his word and it was tough calling each of his patients to let them know of his passing. Upon doing so, I learned much more about Doc through his patients' experiences. My own raw emotions of pain and hurt from his passing, turned to one of joy at hearing their stories. From saving a husband's life, to him sending flowers to a coworker just to cheer them during a rough time. He has been known to make house calls, met people at the office on weekends and after hours. He was there when he was needed for his patients. With each patient's experience, I heard the words love, compassionate, kind, caring and "family". That is how they described him. He was family to them and I know he felt the same about each one of them. I am humbled to have known him and have worked with him side by side each day. He was not only a doctor, but a teacher, a student, a consultant, an advisor and a mentor. He enjoyed music, especially band and jazz music and could sometimes hear him drumming the desk in his office while doing paperwork at his desk. When patients came for their appointments, they did not come just for a medical visit...they came for a social visit as well. He got to know each of his patients on a personal level and enjoyed talking to them on many different subjects. He was a magnet for knowledge and was always researching new things unknown. He gave of himself, knowing fully that he put himself at risk, so that he might help others and with the help of Father above, he healed many people. Outside the realm of being a doctor, he was quite the handyman. He was carpenter, plumber, mechanic, tree trimmer and so many other things. He didn't profess to be the best at all things, but he was always willing to do his best. In my observance, he was frugal by choice, but he was rich in so many other ways. It wasn't about the material things of the world that made him happiest, it was the family of people that came into his life that made him whole. Rosena, both my husband, Billy, and I send our heartfelt condolences to you and your family for the loss of your beloved brother. We both pray for God to give you strength and embrace you with comfort and peace. You meant so very much to him and he always wanted to be your protector. He is sure to be your guardian angel and continue his vigil. I know you shall miss him dearly. ---To Doc, Billy and I have both grown to love you and we thank God for the gift of you and the time we spent together. You have touched both of our lives and you are already missed by us both. Heaven gained a most amazing and special angel. Save a place up there, so that we can all continue our conversations. Until then, we say with love and respect...Goodnight, Doc. Rest well.

 

Eddie Domm posted on 8/15/20

I honestly do not know what to say or where to start. I've known P for 35 years, most of which he was my and my family's physician. Been my big brother, great friend, FAMILY member pretty much the whole time. NO, no pretty much about it. There is such a huge hole in my family today. I just can't believe this filthy disease got him. Just cannot wrap my brain around it. This man did so much for so many people, regardless of demographics, race, creed, disability, ability to pay. He loved all of his patients. Deeply and he would cancel anything important in his life to be there for his charges. He was truly the last of a dying breed of physicians. Probably the last one. I miss him and his phone calls and everything about him so dearly. RIP, my good friend. We will meet again.

 

 

Family Sanchez posted on 8/15/20

We are really sorry, for the loss of Doctor P. He contributed to society and helped a lot of people through his profession. He great person and doctor. May God have him in his glory.

 

Michael Peltier posted on 8/15/20

I worked with Dr. John since 2008, at NHDP. He was a pleasure to work with, dedicated to his patients and their well being. He dedicated his time , care and knowledge to Hansen Disease. He was so interested in his patients, their well being, and educated there families on there condition.. He loved his music, his interests in photography and his yearly trip to Florida!! He always returned with great photos!!! Rest on my dear friend, til we meet again!!!

 

Cary Simms posted on 8/15/20

LSU Tiger Band friend. We will play together again, in Heaven!

 

Lane, Brenda and Joshua Ardoin posted on 8/15/20

It is impossible to adequately express the highest honor and respect that Dr. Pres deserves. He was our doctor for 25 years. We have never met a more dedicated, caring and compassionate doctor. His devotion to his patients never stopped when you walked out his office, he made follow-up calls to assure you were ok. He never failed to make himself available to his patients, after hours, weekends and even making house calls to patients. His desire to help his patients was always top priority. We often had conversations about heaven and what it would be like. Today Dr. Pres is experiencing the beauty and joy of heaven. He no longer has pain, sorrow or tears. I'm sure Our LORD welcomed him home with a loving embrace saying "Well done my good and faithful servant." He is enjoying the best family reunion ever. Thank you for being the best doctor God gave us. You will be missed forever. Deepest prayers to the Prestigiacomo family.

 

Dennis & Denise Marrero posted on 8/15/20

R.I.P. Johnny. So many good memories growing up with you & Rosena, your mom & dad. Thanks for the laughs when we last got together.

 

Scott Mize posted on 8/15/20

John was a wonderful doctor and wonderful man. He was so good at taking care our family. He was amazing to us, how much he cared for our family and came to our house everyday to check on my wife when she was critically ill. He is a hero not just for us but to many others we know who are still alive today because the his abilities to diagnose series illness and help with treatment. He has touched many lives. What a saint. We miss him, but know he is in better place.

 

Mize posted on 8/15/20

Doctor Prestigiacomo, but we call Dr P was a great doctor, he was a good friend, and a wonderful person. I thank God for putting him in our lives for the last 20 years. He was full of dignity, compassion and love for us and his patients. I will miss him so much. Send my condolences and my prayers to his family. Mrs Mize

 

Toni & Jim Greer posted on 8/15/20

We are saddened to learn of John’s passing. Rosena, our thoughts are with you.

 

David and Carolyn Balfantz posted on 8/15/20

We are forever great-full to our favorite Doc John. He was such a blessing to our family. He has been our doc for 35 years . He watched our boys grow up through our visits to him . After our boys grew up Doc John was still there doctor. He would meet you Day are night for what ever you needed. He would talk to you on phone and when we went in to his office , he always had time to catch up with you. He loved talking politics to you. He was so gentle and kid to us. We would get Christmas cards from him. He took time for his patients and just wouldn’t rush you through. The world has lost one of the most precious doctors as there ever was. Our hearts are broken for the loss of our Doctor John. We will forever miss him and his laughs. With all our love The Balfantz Family

 

The Sampere Family posted on 8/15/20

We are deeply saddened by the passing of our wonderful Dr P. He was truly a doctor who cared for the well being of his patients. Dr. P. always made himself available anytime of the day or night. When all other doctors gave up on my dad two years ago, Dr P did not. He stood by our side until my dad pulled through. We are forever grateful for the last two years. We lost my sweet dad three weeks ago and now Dr. P. We are devastated. Rest In Peace. Love and miss you.

 

Luz Delarosa and Rosinda Morales posted on 8/15/20

We are extremely saddened by the passing of Dr. Prestigiacomo. He was a doctor who really cared for us, his patients, and went the extra mile to assist us, seeing us in after-hours visits and calling us on the phone for follow ups. We admired his dedication and will remain forever grateful to him. He will be sorely missed and I doubt we can find another doctor like him. Our condolences to his family.

 

Debbie Tasayco posted on 8/14/20

https://rabenhorst.com/obituary/john-f-prestigiacomo-md-mba/

 

Debbie Tasayco posted on 8/14/20

Dr P. Since my family met you we thank God. You were always there for Mom and Dad, and more for Jessica. They are save because of your care. When we got together on the family's event you always had a joke. You were so funny, we laughed and felt your love. You will be miss dearly Dr. P. See ya later, will see you again. Love Tasayco's and Jabola's family

 

Tewabetch Negatu posted on 8/14/20

Our journey with Dr.John started almost a decade ago. My uncle’s health had been on a rapid decline through the years and we were in a desperate search to find a general practitioner. After some research we stumbled into Dr.John’s office. There we found someone who not only became our uncle’s doctor, but also our family’s doctor and our close friend. I want it be known that Dr.John was not only the greatest doctor in Louisiana, but quite arguably one of the best doctors in the world and he proved that each and every day. He advocated for his patients at every possible corner and was ALWAYS available. There are countless of stories that I can give of Dr.John breaking the mold of what was expected of a typical doctor. Whether demanding I put him on speaker after an emergency ride to speak with the admitting physicians, or showing up within less then an hour to the hospital my uncle was at, or even canceling events in his personal life, Dr.John made it a point to always show up for his patients, in every capacity. I will personally miss his more than hour long talks in his office and his humor, but I’m comforted knowing he’s amongst angels and I am eternally grateful that our paths got to cross for as long as it did. I know that it is because of him that not only was uncle granted more years with us, but countless of other families were also blessed with more time. It is my deepest regret that I can’t return the favor. Our entire family will miss him dearly and we extend our condolences to his entire family. Rest In Peace Dr.John, we love and miss you dearly.

 

Darryl and Wanda Dyess posted on 8/14/20

So sorry for your loss. John was a great person and will be truly missed.

 

Catalina and Mauricio Zuleta posted on 8/14/20

Dr. Prestigiacomo will be sorely missed. We interacted with him frequently, and experienced his generosity and willingness to help the less fortunate setting aside any self interest. We also shared his love for music, and enjoyed his art many times. With his compassion, he made the lives of many people better. We have you in our heart and prayers.

 

Elizabeth Cooper posted on 8/14/20

Please Accept Our Condolences. Dr. John was an amazing person and will be greatly missed.

 

Elizabeth Cooper posted on 8/14/20

Please Accept Our Condolences. Dr. John will be greatly missed. Sincerely Curtis and Elizabeth Cooper

 

Debbie Paul Ruckman posted on 8/13/20

Benny n Smith family, I’m so sorry to hear of Ms, Francis passing. I remember her coming to TNT/PCA for all the kids performances. I pray God will bring everyone peace n comfort during this time!

 

Deanna Stoufflet Carbo posted on 8/13/20

I’m so sorry. We knew one another since first grade at St Joseph Parochial. There were so few of us . She also was a kick in the pants. I lost touch with her long ago

 

Deanna Stoufflet Carbo posted on 8/13/20

I’m so sorry to hear onof my oldest friends has passed away. We started school together at St Joseph Parochial and remained friends for a very long time. She could jump rope like nothing I’ve ever seen. Their were so few of us at that little school on North Street. My best condolences to her family.

 

Henry Boland posted on 8/13/20

I send my condolences to Francis's kids and family

 

Victor Newell posted on 8/12/20

Thinking of you during your loss. Frances was a sweet lady.

 

Terrie Laird Erwin posted on 8/12/20

Praying for you during this difficult time and the days to come as you say your goodbyes here on this earth until you meet again in our Heavenly home. With all my love Terrie L and Aubrey Erwin

 

Carolyn Faith Smith posted on 8/12/20

My condolences to Frances's children and family. I spent many times with her and my old cousin, Martin Schmit at their home and at their Mississippi home . She was a very sweet lady who welcomed me into the famiiy when I first visited with them. Enjoyed all my times with them and she will be missed.

 

 

Colleen St. Patrick posted on 8/12/20

Jan was my best friend from our late teens through our mid-20s. Her loss will be felt forever.

 

Milene Wagner posted on 8/11/20

Lovely person who was so sweet to everyone.. R.I.P. and prayers to her family for their lost. Class '72

 

 

Debbie Arnold Lansou posted on 8/11/20

Rosemary was the sweetest person she gave me some great advice that I will remember always may she RIP luv u 🙏🏼🙏🏼❤️❤️Class ‘72

 

Mike Buras posted on 8/8/20

Rose's warm smile, hearty laugh, attentive ear, and desire to serve others are precious memories sure to light the road ahead. To have had Rose as a family member and friend is indeed a Divine blessing, and our lives are certainly richer for having her as a companion on our walk through this world.

 

PAT DECELL IRWIN posted on 8/7/20

I was so sad to read this and sorrier even that I am unable to come to be with you at this time. I am continuing to quarantine because of my age and health but please know that I have been praying for all of you since even before you lost your Mom and I will certainly continue to do that. I used to enjoy seeing them at the chapel on Sundays.

 

Ann and Dwayne Coulon posted on 8/7/20

We were so very sorry to hear of Ms. Anna’s passing. She was our mother’s table mate at Azalea. She was so kind and always had a friendly greeting that brightened the day.

 

Dominic Cangelosi posted on 8/7/20

Roy was a good friend and fellow football player at Catholic High. He will be missed by everyone. May Almighty God give Roy eternal rest and may God bless all of Roy's family and friends always and in all ways. Goodbye, Old and Dear Friend.

 

Dr. Earl Turner posted on 8/6/20

I remember the good times we had. Roy loved to talk about the trip on Sonny Carona's houseboat we all made. We will miss him.

 

Verne and Rose Brian posted on 8/6/20

Praying for you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Theresa Saia posted on 8/6/20

Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers during your time of sorrow.

 

Carolyn Greely posted on 8/6/20

So sorry to learn of your loss, we are thinking of you Carmen.

 

Dickey Myer posted on 8/6/20

Great admiration for a life well lived! Dickey and Kathy Myer

 

Susan Bueche posted on 8/6/20

The kindest, gentlest, most generous dentist of all. It was a pleasure to be his patient.

 

Kathleen Hodgins posted on 8/6/20

My sister, my friend, my rock, my rose, my guiding light and North Star. You gave me my name, you taught me so much growing up and were like a 2nd mother to me in many ways. I will always treasure our years growing up in chalmette and summers spent in Natalbany. You were there for me in every important event in my life, whether good or bad. I needed you to be with me for the rest of it. But God had other plans for you and for me. You will join Mama, Daddy and Jay in God’s Kingdom where we will all be reunited someday. Thank you for everything! I will miss you and love you every day of my life. It will never be the same. I’m grateful I had you for 58 years but it wasn’t enough. I will tell Amelia all about you and how you loved her so, even though you never got to hold her. I just don’t want to say goodbye. It’s too much!!! We will all take care of Rainey and Robert. Please send blessings to her and to us. Goodnight my sweet sister. ❤️🌹❤️

 

Carla Boudreaux posted on 8/6/20

You were an angel on earth...

 

Carla Boudreaux posted on 8/6/20

We loved you Nana and you will forever be in our hearts...

 

Janet Brice McMurphy posted on 8/6/20

Carmen and family, I was so sorry to hear of Dr. Chustz’s passing. I have many fond memories of working with him for over ten years. He was a fabulous dentist. May God surround you with his loving arms as you mourn his loss.

 

Tom Nolan posted on 8/6/20

With out a doubt one of the nicest human beings God put on this earth. He is a saint in heaven with the Lord. Love you Roy

 

Floyd and Pat Kimble posted on 8/5/20

Did not realize we could post a condolence until just a few minutes ago. Dianne, Randy, Remi, so very sorry for your loss. It is also the tragic loss for so many friends that he made throughout the years and we will all miss him. May God welcome him into heaven.

 

 

Nolan Leglue posted on 8/4/20

Remember Me - Anonymous To the Living, I am gone, To the sorrowful, I will never return; To the angry, I was cheated. But to the happy, I am at peace. To the faithful, I have never left. Talk to me, and I will hear, your prayers, they comfort me, your laughter makes me laugh, but don't weep for me as I have my reward, I am with the Father and He will never let me perish, The Lord comforts me, and longs to comfort you. So be happy my family and don't despair, I am in good hands, waiting for the day when the Lord calls you to come home.

 

Cleveland &Verlyne LeBlanc posted on 8/3/20

So sorry for your loss. Martha was a good friend and will be missed by all who knew her. Praying for all the family.

 

Judy noland posted on 8/1/20

Judy and butch

 

Mary and Brian Hindman posted on 7/31/20

Know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Deepest sympathy, and love

 

Ed Picard posted on 7/31/20

Ms. Jennifer I was saddened to hear of Mr. Joe's death. I enjoyed meeting both of you while I was volunteering at Magnolia Brook. He always looked forward to your visits and was always asking for you. He also loved to stay busy. You were extremely dedicated to him and you always kept up with the latest research and educational opportunities. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May God be with you during this difficult time. Ed Picard, Volunteer Magnolia Brook at Siegen

 

Robert Praznik posted on 7/30/20

My deepest sympathy to her family and her religious communities on the passing of Saundra. She was a woman of deep faith that she shared with others. I know that the gates of Heaven opened wide to receive her. She will be talking up a storm with my late wife Nola and her beloved Sr. Beverly. She was one very special Lady. I can still hear her voice as I remember all the stories she told on her many visits to Winnipeg, Canada. She was like family, and all my children and grandchildren will miss Auntie Saundra. I will drink a glass of Pinot Grigio in your honor and plant a tree in your memory in my yard. Rest in Peace Dear Friend, Job Well Done!

 

jim mayer posted on 7/30/20

Joe was the kindest most thoughtful Gentleman and always was a joy to visit with. He came in our store visited with the staff and always had a positive outlook. He will be missed by all blessed to know him. His family is in our thoughts and prayers. Diane & Jim Mayer

 

Alan Candioto posted on 7/30/20

Worked with Joe for a number of years at Kaiser. He was a friend and will be truly remembered as one of the Good Guys. Rest in Peace....

 

Ricky Desselles and family posted on 7/30/20

Childhood memories of Aunt Martha and Uncle Hubert's wonderful family gatherings remain close to our hearts and mind. Rest peacefully Aunt Martha.

 

Chris & Pati Hendriks posted on 7/29/20

Sincere condolences to Jennifer and his son, daughter and grandchildren.

 

CHRIS DESSELLES posted on 7/29/20

Actual year was 1948...

 

Michael (she pronounced it “Mackel”) Arnold posted on 7/29/20

To Saundra’s family, Please except my deepest sympathy on the passing of Saundra. Another soul has entered heaven. She was a gifted educator, entertaining story teller and a very spiritual person. I had the privilege of working with Saundra during her entire career with Sadlier. Many fond memories! She is at peace now and no more suffering. Rest In Peace.

 

Olin Hall posted on 7/29/20

So sorry for the family. Blessed repose of Mrs Martha's soul.

 

 

Rachel Stevens posted on 7/29/20

I miss you so much already, but I know being in PawPaw's arms is where you want to be.

 

 

CHRIS DESSELLES posted on 7/29/20

Love you Mom. Tell Dad "Hi" for me when you meet him in Heaven

 

JULIE COTTON VIATOR posted on 7/28/20

I so wish I could be there to share you joy, sadness and celebration of Pearl's life. She was truly a jewel in my life, she was family, mentor and best friend. Pearl will be missed by all.

 

Faye Wesley posted on 7/24/20

It was such an honor to get to know Grace and spend time caring for her. She will be missed by many. So sorry for the family and friends who will cherish her memories.

 

Debbie Setlock posted on 7/24/20

My love to the family in honor of this wonderful woman.

 

Faith Cole posted on 7/22/20

Sending condolences to the Ogden family. I am so sorry Gordon succumbed to this horrible virus. I wish we could have met him. My husband, Thomas (Toby) is Gordon's 1st cousin 1st removed (Ancestry.com). His grandmother Coleen Cole was my husband's aunt. I would very much like to correspond with a member(s) of your family. We live in Oregon. Wishing all of you the best in this difficult time.

 

Bobby Craig posted on 7/21/20

Mrs Meriweather was one of my favorite teachers at Tara. She taught me Biblical Literature and it got me interested in reading and understanding the bible. Because of her I still read the bible today and continue to learn. Thank you Mrs Meriweather for the gift of learning you gave me.

 

David " Red " Yarbro posted on 7/20/20

To Carl & the entire Meriwether family, I am so sorry to hear of Mrs Meriwethers passing, May God be with you all during this difficult time.

 

Lisa Pirello Hingle posted on 7/20/20

Mrs Meriwether was one of my favorite teachers. I was fortunate enough to be a part of her class for the first year she taught biblical literature. What an awesome job she did. Her live for the Lord couldn’t help but shine through. All her students were blessed.

 

Nan Abbiatti posted on 7/20/20

Nell was the finest lady and best teacher I ever knew; her entire life was devoted to God and her family. We shall miss her very much. Rest in peace, MamaNell!

 

 

Beverly Coates posted on 7/20/20

Thinking of you

 

Beverly Coates posted on 7/20/20

Carl, thinking of you.

 

 

Senoviae McIntyre posted on 7/18/20

I will miss you Dearly 💜

 

 

Senoviae McIntyre posted on 7/18/20

I will miss you Dearly

 

 

Tamara Beard posted on 7/15/20

In memory of a beautiful, sweet lady...Heaven gained another angel 🙏🏻

 

Sandy Heck posted on 7/13/20

Someone so special can never be forgotten. All my love to the family.

 

Kerren and Rick Lampe posted on 7/12/20

Clearly she and Boog fell in love! I am not sure it could get any better than that!

 

Kerren and Rick Lampe posted on 7/12/20

Such a lovely lady and a joy to meet! Clearly, she and Kayden fell in love-pleased all of us so much! She will be missed by Kyle and Meghan....and Boog!

 

Tom, Angela, Rhonda and Tommy posted on 7/11/20

Irene, so sorry and shocked to learn of Ross' death. We had no idea that he was sick. He always looked great and smiling at Sacred Heart Vigil Mass when we would see you two. What a great dental involvement in his profession. He was such a nice and sweet person. I am sure Ross Jr. will miss his dad and Tommy loves his friendship with him. If we can ever help in any way, please call us. May God Bless Ross DeNicola's soul.

 

Tom Nolan posted on 7/11/20

Dr. Ross Denicola

 

Mark and Cindy Forbes posted on 7/11/20

Jodi We are so sorry to hear about Susan. Our prayers are with you during this time.

 

ROBERT HARVEY posted on 7/11/20

SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. GOD HAS ANOTHER ANGEL

 

Mike Rathcke posted on 7/10/20

One hell of a lady and a more beautiful person, both inside and out. She was such a pleasure to be around at family gatherings. Always had a smile on her face that could bring the brightest sunshine on a gloomy day. She will be missed by all that knew her. May the love and mercy of our Lord be bestowed upon you and your family during this unfortunate time. My most sincere condolences. Tracey, Mike, Chad, Victoria Rathcke and Eileen Mechana.

 

Tina Rathcke Lemoine posted on 7/10/20

Such a beautiful person inside and out. Love you Aunt Anna Mae! Please give Daddy a kiss for me, as well as Momo, Deedee and Uncle Henry. Till we are together again...

 

Juanita and Fred Sutherland posted on 7/10/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with all the Thrower family! She was no doubt the sweetest sister, mother, grandmother and friend! One of a kind. Loved her family and was so loved back. Will miss her, but she is up there with the rest of the family. Can not imagine what is going on up there! She is at peace! God Bless the family!

 

Juanita Poole posted on 7/10/20

So sorry to see this post of Glenda's passing. Glenda was a multitask-er at scheduling , she could answer the phones, knew who was on schedule or who was running late. She kept the OR on schedule. You only had to tell her once what you were trying to schedule and she was able to accommodate your request. She knew her stuff! I was always confident in Glenda's job skills.

 

 

Wanda Braud posted on 7/10/20

So sorry for your loss. Sending prayers of comfort to the family!! Love you!

 

Mins Lisa Baker Barnett posted on 7/9/20

Dianne,Randy,Remi,Leslie I’m so sorry. I loved uncle Bo. As Jeana said he was always gentle spoken and sweet. When we lost daddy just talking to uncle Bo on the phone or thru txt he always made me feel safe and close to daddy. Bless you all any my prayers are with y’all. All them Bakers are up there drinking coffee together once again. There’s a lot of them up there now. Love you all.

 

Ronny Brocksmith posted on 7/7/20

Dianne.... Sad to hear of Bo’s passing. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers. Take care. An old friend, Ronny Brocksmith

 

Elise Gaudet posted on 7/7/20

Lana/Ross and boys, my thoughts are with you during this time. My family and I will be thinking about you all for the loss of Mr. Denicola (very special man from what I read in his obituary). Wishing you all strength and peace during this hard time. 🙏

 

Theresa Tarver ( Bacon) posted on 7/7/20

My sincere condolences Dianne and family . I do have very fond memories of our friendship while you were in Jonesville 🙏🏻

 

Jeanne Schexnayder posted on 7/6/20

We began seeing Ross while we were in college because his parents and my parents were really good friends. Than was 1961. After having four children, we found it hard to make sure all six of us saw Ross twice a year. When he found out he let us pay $50 a month no matter what the bill and I did that until the debt was paid....which took years. How many doctors would let you do that? I know in my heart that we were not the only patients he let do that. He was always jovial with us and just a wonderful person. He will be missed.

 

Candy Barton Deville posted on 7/6/20

From the James (Jim) Barton (dec) family Barbara Dell, Candy, Randy(dec), and Robyn My family has such wonderful memories of Dr. Ross and family. As former next door neighbors, Dr. Ross stepped in on numerous occasions to “save the day”. Our family vacations were interesting to say the least, but the greatest memory of all is the kindness and helpfulness of a wonderful man. Our hearts go out to Miss Irene, lil Ross, and Suzanna at this time.

 

Lori Lea Johnson posted on 7/6/20

Sending much love to the entire DeNicola Family. My favorite childhood memories include your family and sweet Dr. Ross. I will remember his smile, his laugh and his heart. With love and much sympathy, Lori Lea

 

Vincent Lagattuta posted on 7/6/20

Dear DeNicola Family, I was deeply heart broken to hear of the passing of my good friend Dr. Ross. He never had a bad word to say and was always smiling. I would see him most Sundays at his grandson's football games because I was the referee and he always made a joke about how much money it would take to buy my bias for his team. It was all in fun and I will always remember his smiling face and great personality. With all my heart I hope God gives you peace and comfort knowing how loved he was. Sincerely Vince "Tiny" Lagattuta

 

Brother Malcolm Melcher posted on 7/5/20

My thoughts and especially my prayers are for your comfort and understanding. May you know the faith that has sustained so many others after experiencing the separation of a loved one. We share your loss. You see, we loved Dr. DeNicola too. Someone said long ago that God gave us memory so we may have roses in December. I like to remember this at times such as your sorrow now. I know you and your family must have many "roses for December". May God, Irene, bless and support you in the days ahead. You have my prayers for this intention too.

 

Jeana Lafleur Deville posted on 7/5/20

Please add to my condolence Lesleigh, and all the grandkids and great grandkids . You are in my prayers

 

Steve kleinpeter posted on 7/5/20

Dr.D was one of the kindest souls. He was a good friend to our family for many many years. Always had a smile on his face, always had a kind word. You will be missed by many. He loved his profession of dentistry.

 

Jeana Lafleur Deville posted on 7/5/20

I am so sorry for you Dianne, Randy , and Remi . Uncle Bo was the baby so I have the most memories of him, and what I remember most was how gentle and kind he was to everyone. He will be missed by all who knew him. Take comfort in knowing he is with our Heavenly Father. My dad always told me he never forgot the first time he seen uncle Bo he was bringing Mom home and he was playing. He never forgot that .

 

Frank Foil posted on 7/5/20

Judy and I are saddened by Ross' passing. He was a great Doctor and a great friend. Frank Foil

 

 

Regina L. Vicknair posted on 7/5/20

Irene and family so sorry to hear of your loss. Please accept my sincere sympathies. I also lost my soul mate of 58 years in January, You are in my thoughts and prayers. May he rest in peace.

 

Richard Lea posted on 7/5/20

Lost a good friend this week, shared many good times with Dr. Ross DeNicola and his family. Best decision we ever made was to move to Baton Rouge in 1965. First house in Villa del Rey cost $22,500, had no idea how I could afford the $112/month note. Neighbors included, Federal Judge Frank Polozola, Peter Dazzio, Jim Barton, Dr. Jim Hannie and Dr. Ross. We were all starting our careers with young families. 55 Years later all successful with beautiful loving wives and families. Frank Polozola, Jim Barton, Dr. Hannie and now Dr. Ross have all passed. In the words of St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta, "We have not been created to just pass through this life without aim. And that greater aim is to love and be loved". The secret of a successful life is easy, FAITH, FAMILY and FRIENDS.

 

Ellen Gilmore posted on 7/4/20

Dear Irene and family, Want to let you know I've been thinking of you a lot since Robin told me about Ross' illness and then that he had passed away. I had not seen him recently, but will always remember the smile on his face and the conversations we shared--usually about either the Tigers or the Saints. I am so happy that Robin was able to carry on his wonderful practice, always mentored by a great role model. Take care. I am sorry Covid prohibits us from giving you a personal hug, but here is a virtual one for all of you!

 

RICKY LEA posted on 7/4/20

DR. ROSS, You will be greatly missed by all. Great memories of you growing up as a child in Villa del Rey. A true friend and inspiration to THE entire LEA Family.

 

Coach Barrett Murphy posted on 7/4/20

So sorry to hear of Dr." death. Loved talkng to him after the masses at Mercy. RIP my friend.

 

Claude M. D’Antonio, DDS, R.Ph. posted on 7/4/20

Irene, Ross III, Susannah & grandchildren: The definition of a hero is a person who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements or noble qualities. I have had two heroes in my life, one being my Father, then there was Ross. My admiration for Ross (affectionately called Doc by his grandchildren) started as a young boy when my family would visit his family on Sundays after Mass. What always impressed me at his home was a photo of Ross (Doc) dressed in his Hattiesburg, MS high school band uniform holding his clarinet. He was in dental school at that time and would show me his anatomical skull, let me look through his microscope of histology slides, explain the anatomy of different teeth, or whatever he was studying at the time. This was the beginning of my interest in dentistry and my dental career. As a student dentist at Loyola, Ross (Doc) took care of all my dental needs. After my dental visit, he would give me a quarter smeared with mercury making it shine like a mirror. He knew that I liked the taste of eugenol (oil of clove), so he would give me several toothpicks dipped in eugenol to enjoy. Before I entered dental school, I shadowed him at his Baton Rouge office. He would take me to lunch to meet all his friends, one being Joe Dean, the athletic director of LSU. When I was in dental school, Ross would advise me on difficult cases, included me in his professional circles, and take me to dental seminars, all of which continued to the present. Ross’ achievements are too numerous to list. He was a doctor’s doctor and held high positions in every major dental society and association. Likewise, he was very involved in his community. Ross was a dedicated family man. He was very proud of & loved his wonderful wife, Irene, children and grandchildren. Ross was a devout Catholic. He was proud of his Italian heritage and had the Sicilian courage to defend both sides of his family (DeNicola & D’Antonio) and stand up for any principle that needed defending. Ross had qualities that would make any person envious. He was extremely intelligent, but could communicate with anyone on any level making that person feel comfortable and important. He could address large groups with seriousness or entertain a few people with jokes and one-liners. He became your friend at first meeting. Ross (Doc) was very special to me. I will truly will miss his contagious laugh, his grin, his jokes, his daily emails, his advice, and our conversations. He was my cousin, but Ross felt more like a big brother always looking out for me. And, yes, Ross was my other Hero. Claude

 

SamGallo posted on 7/4/20

Irene, Sorry, but hang in there. It takes a while for some things, but love is never done.

 

Robert Kenney posted on 7/4/20

My deepest sympathy, Bo was a true gentleman, loving father and devoted husband. A true Southern Democrat in the best way imaginable. He will be deeply missed by many but never forgotten. Rest In Peace kind sir, and know that those you loved will be watched over.

 

LANCE Darmond posted on 7/4/20

Irene, Candy & I are sorry for your loss. You and Ross had become good friends to us over the years through OLOM Church and always serving with y'all at Masses. May God be with you and your family.

 

Mona Hayden posted on 7/4/20

So sorry to learn of his passing. He was the best dentist and a kind and caring man. Condolences to the family and the many people he impacted.

 

Dr. Lou Turchi posted on 7/4/20

I first met Ross when we both served as Trustees for the American Dental Association a few years back. I immediately took a liking to him and over the years we became more than good friends. We emailed almost daily and during football season he converted me to be an LSU fan. Before the game he would call and have great reservations about the outcome.We would talk at half time and at the end of the game. .A doubting Thomas if there ever was one. But one of the most sincerest person I ever met. He loved his family and everyone who met him admired him. I had called him on that fatal afternoon to see how he was doing. Left a voice message. A few hours later I saw his name on my phone..when I answered it was a granddaughter. I immediately knew he was gone. I prayed for him every night when he told me about his diagnosis. I now pray every night for Irene and his family. While we lived miles apart I always felt he was the brother I never had. My prayers and thoughts will always be with him and his family. RIP my friend you will be sorely missed.

 

Jack Kent posted on 7/4/20

Not fair that the most widely respected dentist in this state, and one who has contributed so much to all of us, generalist and specialists, is gone from such a terrible disease. Ross please know we are all with you. AIWAYS! Your friend, Jack. John N. Kent, DDS, FACD, FICD Boyd Professor Emeritus & Former Head LSU Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery LSU Medical S., Shreveport, 1978-2003 LSU Dental S., New Orleans, 1973-2008

 

Frank Martello, DDS posted on 7/4/20

A healer, mentor and friend. God bless.

 

Frank Martello, DDS posted on 7/4/20

A healer , mentor , and friend. God bless.

 

MARTHA ROUSSEL posted on 7/4/20

Irene, the entire Roussel clan down the street sends our condolences. We will miss our talks while he is walking Trip. I will miss getting to talk Dentistry and about the residents with him. He will be watching over us all.

 

Patrick H Murphy posted on 7/3/20

I am SO saddened to learn of the passing of this very kind and caring man. He’s not only been my dentist for decades, but treated my (now grown/in their 30’s) children, and had gently cared for my mother when in her 90’s! He was always smiling, helpful and thoughtful of his patients. Bless you, Dr. D. My sympathies to his family. Peace.

 

Angie Green Post posted on 7/3/20

Carolyn was a beautiful person - quiet, graceful, loving! So glad I got to know her at 1st United Methodist Church, El Dorado, AR

 

LYNDA HARHAD posted on 7/3/20

I am so sorry for your loss, words cannot describe just how much! I have known Dr. D since I was a student and he has been a part mylife every since then; he has been supportive of me for well over a decade through thick and thin. Irene, he never stopped talking about you, the kids, and the grandchildren literally non-stop. I learned a lot from dr.D professionally and about life as well, I use his expressions on a daily basis, he was extremely dedicated to his family, dentistry, and my residents. Dr. D, I mean Ross! May you rest in peace, I will miss our chats, your endless jokes, and will remember to treat some of those teeth with cold steel and sunshine. ❤️Lynda.

 

Suzanne Sanders Joyner posted on 7/3/20

I am so, so sorry to hear about Uncle Ross. My favorite memory of him is from my wedding. He took the car keys from our car so we couldn’t drive away. I always laugh, thinking about that! I love hearing the stories about the adventures of Uncle Ross and Daddy. Sending much love to the family. Wish we could be there with you. ❤️

 

Lynda Butler posted on 7/3/20

Ross always brought a smile to my face, whether we were cheering for our favorite LSU Tigers or having a general conversation. His kind and gentle spirit will long be remembered by me and others. May God bestow his healing and comforting strength on Irene and his family.

 

Faith Young posted on 7/3/20

Oh my! Randy and Remi, this breaks my heart! I am so very sorry for your loss.

 

 

Shawn Evans posted on 7/3/20

Uncle Mike....You, Aunt Mary, and my cousins taught me the meaning of family is not by blood. Family is by love. You saw all of us - your kids and two "nieces" - into this world, and I was honored to be able to be there to say goodbye and that I love you when you left. To be able to see you go to Travis, your dad, your mom, your sister, and your best friend. You were my Uncle and my second Dad. And I hope that you know how much your second family loves you. I hope that you know how much that I love you.

 

BOB NOVAK - cousin posted on 7/3/20

Ross was not only a leader in his community, he was a leader in the Denicola family. He took over as contact point after Uncle Nick died. He will be greatly missed.

 

Priscilla Arceneaux posted on 7/3/20

Started coming to you when very young. We laughed about Mom standing at door making sure didn’t give you trouble. We loved you then and will miss you so much. You the best Dr D. God bless!! Keep our gossip between us,

 

Garry Nijoka posted on 7/2/20

Going to miss you BIG guy. You have been my dentist for 55+ years.

 

Melissa Evand posted on 7/2/20

Oh my daddy, my little daddy....I am so missing you already. I am grateful to have had the privilege of being your child. You were the most loving daddy a girl could have ever asked for. I know I was a pain alot of the time, but you loved me anyway. Thank you for teaching me to be tough but loving. I hope you heard me when you left this world, I tried so very hard to soothe you in those final moments. Love you forever. Your Punkinhead.

 

John Booth posted on 6/30/20

The "We Three Kings" sang at our Bogalusa High School senior party in 1968. I got to meet Doug and then we were in music classes together at Louisiana College. His winning smile was a trademark. I thank God for his influence on me as a new believer and a younger student at LC.

 

PAT DECELL IRWIN posted on 6/28/20

Dear Betty. I am such a terrible procrastinator and I apologize for being so late to send this message. I was so sorry to see this in the paper and my heart goes out to you at this time. I have been praying for you and Gordon. He was such a nice person, as you also are, and I am going to miss seeing you at OLLI. My George died 4 years ago and my first husband, Mickey Decell, passed away in 1984. He was the one who knew Beulah well from business. Please call me if you would like to just talk.

 

 

Topeka Antoine posted on 6/27/20

Mr.Doug you was a blessed soul now you have gang your wings you will truly be missed. I really appreciate the time i had to spend with you in life for those two years ...This really saddens me but i know god has the last say get your rest Mr. Doug with my deepest sympathy

 

Inga Sarrazin posted on 6/26/20

She was my buddy on the American Legion bus trips! It was a great pleasure to know her. I will miss her.

 

Ben Bearden posted on 6/25/20

Mr. Banks, so sorry for your loss. May God bless you and your family at this time of grief.

 

J Nunnally posted on 6/24/20

I am sorry to learn of your family loss. The passing of a love one is painful. You have me deepest sympathy. I'd like to share scripture that may bring comfort and endurance. 1Thes. 4:13, 14 John 11:25 Daniel 2:11 John 6:40 I sincerely want these scriptures to bring comfort and endurance.

 

J Nunnally posted on 6/24/20

I am sorry to learn of your family loss. The passing of a love one is painful. You have my deepest sympathy. I'd like to share scripture that may bring comfort and endurance. 1Thes 4:13, 14 ... reads... Moreover brothers, we do not want you to be ignorant about those who are sleeping in death, so that you may not sorrow as the rest do who have no hope. For if we have faith that Jesus died and rose again so too God will bring with him those who have fallen asleep in death through Jesus. John 11:25 lets us know this ... Jesus said to her: I am the resurrection and the life. The one who exercises faith in me, even though he dies, will come to life. Daniel 2:11 ... also lets us know ... And many of those asleep in the dust of the earth will wake up, some to everlasting life ....... John 6:40 ... tells us why these words are faithful and true ... For this is the will of my Father, that everyone who recognizes the Son and exercises faith in him should have everlasting life and I will resurrect him on the last day, I sincerely want these scriptures to bring comfort and endurance. 1

 

Barbara Turner Lutz posted on 6/23/20

I find it hard to put into words what a great friend Roy was to me. I grew up knowing Roy and treasured the kind of person that he was. I was in a girl’s club at Edison called Sorrota, and we unanimously voted for Roy to be our “Honey”. It was an honor to have him as part of our group and none of us will ever forget how kind he was. And as an adult he never wavered in that kindness! So, Sharon, Michelle and family, I grieve with you and I thank you for sharing him with us. A wonderful man has left all of us with many lasting memories.

 

Ben Bearden posted on 6/23/20

I am so sorry to hear of George's passing. He was very helpful to me, when I was at DHH and was moving Medicaid eligibility into the use of computers to do their work. Couldn't have accomplished what we did without guidance of George.

 

Richard Reed posted on 6/22/20

Peter and I went to Delgado College, for Mortuary Sciences, together . He was the greatest guy, he will be missed.

 

Joel DeVolentine posted on 6/21/20

I am so sorry for your loss and the loss of another great Red Raider. Roy and I were team mates on the 61 football team. We were offensive linemen and lined up side by side. We also had many other school activities we participated in together. He was truly a great person and will be missed.,

 

Sue Astley posted on 6/21/20

Dear Sharon and Michelle, Bob and I are so saddened by Roy's death. He was such a wonderful and kind person and the consummate storyteller. Of course, Roy and Bob go back to elementary school so they have many memories. Even though Roy came into my life later after my marriage to Bob I felt so privileged to have known him. Visiting with us a few years ago with Pat and Ronnie was one of the highlights. I know how much he loved his family and I know you will cherish your memories. You are certainly in our thoughts at this difficult time. Peace and love to you both.

 

Ron Turner posted on 6/21/20

I always appreciated Peter trusting me to preach a funeral for families that didn't have a minister. We got to be friends and worked together well. I trusted him to help me as we tried to make it easier on the families. I will definitely miss him and some of his jokes.

 

 

John Minton posted on 6/21/20

Peter, your was an asset to Rabenhorst Funeral Home and to the Baton Rouge Community. May God Rest Your Soul my Friend. I am also a funeral director and embalmer for the past 40 years and knew Peter.

 

Jeanne Knapp posted on 6/19/20

Dear Red Raider I'm just another RedRaider class of 56, I did not know you but I wish you to RIP You will be missed. JEANNE LEDBETTER KNAPP 56'

 

Pat Zippilli Bolden posted on 6/19/20

Roy was my good friend at Edison. I fondly remember his fantastic personality and kind manner. We spent many Saturdays together raising money for Edison (dont remember what the cause was!) in a grocery store parking lot, Roy looking devilishly handsome in his football jersey and getting more money than the rest of us. I am so sorry to learn of his passing. My condolences to all his family.

 

Carla Lee Weesner Conrad posted on 6/19/20

Sharon, Michelle & family, my deepest heartfelt sympathies on the loss of your husband, father, grandfather, and, Marie, of your dear brother. Except for this sad time, I cannot think of another person of whom just the mere thought would bring an immediate smile to my face, and a glow to my heart. Roy Jones was, truly, "Friend" personified, and I feel blessed to be among his special circle of friends who were young together once, and who reconnected as adults, thus allowing us to age together and create new memories to add to the old. A bit lonelier here now on earth, but lucky Heaven is one soul more beautiful. With heartfelt sympathy, and great sincerity, Carla

 

Linda Levet posted on 6/19/20

Scott I was sad to hear about your mother's death. My thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. I first met Glenda when she worked downtown at Our Lady of the Lake Hospital in the emergency department, but we were not coworkers. Glenda and I were coworkers in Tower Surgery until I retired in 2015. She cared, loved, and spoke of Scott and her family often. She enjoyed going to North Carolina to visit Jeanette and James. Glenda shared that she would like to live in North Carolina one day. She did an excellent job as a surgery scheduler for Tower OR which was no easy task @ times. With deepest sympathy, Linda Levet

 

Harriett Pooler posted on 6/16/20

Ann, I'm sorry to learn of your mother's death. She was always a gracious lady and after reading this it made me wish I had known her better. What wonderful memories you have to sustain you in her absence. Take care, Harriett

 

Taylor Overbey posted on 6/15/20

The first time I spoke with John was when he offered me a job teaching at South Louisiana Community College. That signaled the end of a year and a half drought of job searching and was the first of other doors that he opened for me. John was not just a supervisor or colleague, he was a mentor and someone I considered a friend. He will be greatly missed.

 

 

Shelia Jackson posted on 6/14/20

She was authentic and trustworthy! She loved son, Scott, dearly and spoke of him often. Please be well and stay safe, Scott!

 

Alan Shadoin posted on 6/14/20

Mere words can't express how much Daniel meant to me. Though distance kept us more apart than I would have liked there were few days that I didn't think of him. I guess the best tribute I can give is to say that I never spent a minute in his company that I didn't enjoy. Rest in Peace my dear friend. I will think of you often and miss you always.

 

Toni McAfoos posted on 6/13/20

Dear Pressley family, I am so sorry for your lose of Daniel. I did know him from a time or two, and knew him to be upbeat and the life of the family events I was fortunate enough to visit. Daniel made a huge impression on my daughters Laura and Amy and they have many fond memories of times at the beach during several summer vacations. Daniel was always at the top of their discussions. I am sure he is looking down from heaven right now and knowing how much he is loved. We all have been blessed by his presence on earth. I pray for your peace Pressley family, his life was cut way to short. I will pray for you all. Please know you are in my heart and in my thoughts. Much love,

 

Toni McAfoos posted on 6/13/20

Daniel Pressley

 

Jeff burr posted on 6/13/20

So sorry to hear this news! John was a friend of mine from about 1985 on, and my heart goes out to his wife and daughter and all his extended family.

 

Virgelia Meek posted on 6/13/20

John was in high school with my son in the late 1980's and became acquainted with his nice parents and older brother. He was very bright and dedicated to theatre.

 

vmeek9159@gmail.com posted on 6/13/20

Virgelia Meek

 

April Peissig posted on 6/12/20

My thoughts are with you Mona and Charity and the rest of John's family and friends. John was a wonderful person and I am so glad I had the chance to work with him. He will be missed by so many and words can't express how sorry I am for your loss. John always had a smile for everyone and made the Manitowoc Campus and Community a better place. Please know I am thinking of you during this time.

 

Jerry Andrews posted on 6/12/20

I worked for Southern Bell and South Central Bell, along with John. I remember John as a dedicated and experienced employee and leader. Also, we supported each other. My condolences to the family. Jerry Andrews, BellSouth retiree

 

John and Donna Langlinais posted on 6/12/20

We were fortunate to have Ray and Lou as neighbors for about 30 years. We used enjoy the fireworks display they put on every New Years eve or Forth of July. Most of all, we want to say, Ray was such a good man. I would often imagine my dad, Euel John Langlinais, ( K.I.A. W.W.11 ), would have been just like himif he would have lived. A man who stood his ground,respected by everyone he knew and met and got things done. And most of all, he always had a smile on his face. He would make me laugh when he would greet me with, JOHN HENRY! What are you working on now? I will miss you Ray. John D. Langlinais

 

Greg D. Carr posted on 6/12/20

There are not enough words in my vocabulary...and the words that are in it are inadequate to describe Daniel Pressley and the joy, love and laughter he brought into the lives of all who knew and loved him. I have shared millions of life's moments with Daniel "Dash" Pressley....and we have stood by each other's sides through triumphs and tragedies....and I will treasure every moment and memory for all the rest of my days. He was one of a kind.....and no man could frustrate me more AND have me laughing to the point of tears all at the same time. My most heartfelt and sincere condolences go out to Daniel's entire family and all of those whose lives he touched. "The Condor" was and is forever a legend....and my world...our worlds...will never be the same without him......I loved/love you like a brother....Greg

 

elizabeth m RIGBY posted on 6/11/20

DEAR BETTY, OUT THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU. WE REMEMBER GORDON AS A FINE MAN AND A TRUE GENTLEMAN. wE WILL REMEMBER HIM AT MASS ON SUNDAY AND IN OUR PRAYERS. GOD BLESS YOU IN THESE DAYS WITH GRACE TO HELP. LOVE BETTY & PETE RIGBY. SORRY WE CAN NOT BE WITH YOU. WE ARE GOING OUT OF TOWN

 

Robert G Laspe posted on 6/11/20

My condolences on your loss.

 

Jane Politz Brandt posted on 6/11/20

Lisa and family: I'm so sorry to learn about Gerard's death. Sending love and light. Jane (one of Uncle Henry's daughters)

 

Jane Politz Brandt posted on 6/11/20

Lisa and family: I'm so sorry to learn about Gerald's death. Sending love and light. Jane (one of Uncle Henry's daughters)

 

Monique Serio Enete posted on 6/11/20

Carmel I’m sorry for the loss of your mother. Hope you’re doing well.

 

Paul Grant posted on 6/9/20

Judy was such a wonderful, warm and kind woman. I looked forward to seeing her and Ken at the SUGI/SASGF conference every year. She was a faithful worker at our annual children's book drive. I'll miss her.

 

Art and Marilyn Carpenter posted on 6/8/20

We always looked forward to seeing Judy at the SAS user conferences. She always brightened any gathering. Ken we are sad for you and your children, and we will keep you in our prayers.

 

Susan posted on 6/6/20

Such a great man of God and well said about him he was a true Christian man love them with all my heart now he rejoined with his family

 

 

Patricia A Meadors posted on 6/6/20

To my Uncle Sidney and cousins Sidney Jr. Debra and Mona , sorry about your loss. Aunt Christine was a special person, one of a kind. I could call and talk to her about anything. I know for sure god has a very special angel to help him now. Love you all . Patcicia

 

Tracy mascarella honeycutt posted on 6/4/20

Our deepest condolences to the family All our love

 

Denise Kastrow posted on 6/3/20

I didn’t know Aunt Christine very well, but I do know how much everyone here loved her. The one thing I did know about Aunt Christine is that if you have any questions about our family tree, she’s the one to go to....and pictures! I do remember her alway carrying around that disposable camera. I bet she has some great family photos. She’s probably catching up with my grandma (Bea Mascarella Ramsey) as we speak.

 

Lisa Meek posted on 6/3/20

She was an amazing woman and will greatly be missed by all who knew her. Loved hearing my son talk about when he went to Brookstown Elementary and all the wounderful things she did for them. They tried to put her on the payroll and she said its not about the money i do it for the kids and she loved each and everyone of them. Rip Mrs.Chris god truly got another angel. Keeping the family and friends in our prayers.

 

Lisa Meek posted on 6/3/20

She was amazing woman loved by all who knew her. She will greatly be missed. Loved hearing all my sons storys about when he went to boorkstown elementary and all the wounderful things she did for the school. They tried to put her on the payroll and she said its not about the money i do it for the kids and she loved each and every one of them. So sorry she is gone but not forgotten. Rip Mrs Chris. Keeping the family and friends in our prayers.

 

Paul Leblanc posted on 6/3/20

Jimmy, You were the apple of her eyes. I still remember her at the bridge days at home, card table looking out on the back yard with the oak tree imported from Erath. Take care.

 

Virginia Ramsey posted on 6/3/20

My condolences. She was a very loving and spiritual person. I know she is in Heaven watching over us all.

 

 

Barbara Parrino Lillie posted on 6/3/20

What a wonderful lady! Always smiling and laughing and full of life!!! She was always there helping and giving to others be it a friend or a stranger. Her day was not complete without doing for others. I feel very blessed to have had her in my life as child and had the privilege of growing up with the Mascarella's as a part of our neighborhood family. So many great childhood memories from the neighborhood to Brookstown Elementary where her face was an icon. I know she is heaven probably running around helping others already! Sending love and prayers to a wonderful family at a time of such great loss. She has touched many lives and will always be remembered!!!

 

Gail Gasquet posted on 6/3/20

You and my grandmother were best friends. I'm sure you are her are enjoying your afternoon coffee and your canasta game every day like y'all did for many years. ❤

 

Mandy Ramsey Sepulvado posted on 6/3/20

Sending our live from Toledo Bend... she will be missed.

 

 

Mona Mascarella posted on 6/3/20

I love and miss you mama. My life will never be the same.

 

Gerry and Lynn Hobbs posted on 6/3/20

Lynn and I are so sorry to hear about Judy's death. She was a wonderful person and will be missed.

 

Alice Winn posted on 5/31/20

I have known Gordon for almost 30 years. When I came back to Baton Rouge, I went to see him. He loved to spread the Gospel. I am praying for the family.

 

Janet Dedman Hodges posted on 5/29/20

Paul and Mark: I am sorry for your loss. I hate I could not make it to visitation. We will surely miss him.

 

Cheryl Palmer O'Brien posted on 5/29/20

I miss Jennie. She was a delightful woman whom I thoroughly enjoyed visiting. Jay and I would walk over from Bluegate St. to see her. And the azaleas! What pretty flowerbeds! Jennie lived a long full life and I was honored to have had the opportunity to know her.

 

Patricia Day posted on 5/28/20

On behalf of the Day Family I extend my sincere condolences to Jimmy. Jennie was a gentle, kind soul, much loved by our family, especially our mother, Blanche Day. Our parents shared many good times with Johnny and Jennie, and I have very fond memories of them both. Pat Day

 

Hita Dickson posted on 5/28/20

To all of Jennie's family, she was the dearest neighbor of all on Broadmead. We remember her well and shall miss her. God's peace be with her! Jim and Hita Dickson

 

Shirley Hirschey posted on 5/27/20

She will be missed by all God Bless!

 

 

Crystal & David Guidry posted on 5/27/20

Praying for your family during this difficult time

 

Linda & Chris Shaffer posted on 5/27/20

We are so sorry for your loss, especially in these Coronavirus times which makes it difficult. Our connection with Mr. Rodney was thru Laura @ Central High School. She & Chris started there about the same time & both graduated in May 2010. So we know Mr. Rodney as "Poppy". One of Chris's special memories is when "Poppy" & "Mommy" brought supplies to Central High School to make homemade ice cream on the back patio by Ms "B's" classroom.

 

Kent Bordelon posted on 5/27/20

If there ever was a life well lived it was by Mrs. Fonte. She always made all of Jim's friends feel like family; Broadmead was like a second home to us. It was always with a great deal of pride that I told our four granddaughters attending SJA that I knew SJA's oldest living alumna for over 60 years. Rest in Peace, and tell Mr. Fonte that despite his advice we still can't seem to steer clear of that ice house beer.

 

Marilyn Lipari posted on 5/26/20

So sorry for your loss. To Jimmy, animals go to heaven with the rest of us.

 

Lisa Knight posted on 5/22/20

What a beautiful and amazing woman who will be greatly missed. To Charlotte, Johnny, Matt, John 3rd and the entire Schittone family, Kathy Blank and I send you our prayers for peace. May God's angels swiftly welcome her into the loving arms of our lord - forever peace I pray for the angel's to sing and bring her home to be with all of our loved ones before her...AMEN.

 

Douglas Seba posted on 5/21/20

Beth and I always celebrated our birthdays as we were born only a few days apart. Although we only met about three decades ago, she was the type of person you felt like you had known your whole life. As an Emeritus Fellow of the Explorers Club who had held the same position in the Washington Chapter as Beth had in the Southern Florida Chapter, we had many long talks that would start out ideas for speakers or club business but they would soon become wide-ranging discussions of all things scientific or political. The depths of her interests were profound and when her health needs became paramount she often sought my help and advice as I am also a Fellow of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine. In the end, she decided to approach this like the explorer that she was and hunt down and explore every treatment. I felt privileged to help such a stalwart hunter with her last track on this planet. This world is a better place for her having walked on it.

 

 

Linda and Ken Skowronsky posted on 5/20/20

I will always remember Uncle Jimmy as someone who could immediately make me smile. My sightings of uncle Jimmy were not frequent throughout my life because of distance but is highlighted as a memory of him visiting our family with his 2 beautiful sisters, Aunts Rita and Putsy in the early 60's, his wedding to Aunt Jo up in Lake Forest ( for which I made my first dress), showing up at our house in NJ with his entire family in LSU tiger outfits, sever family reunions, and of course his monologue on LeBlanc family history. My last visit with him at Mom's ( his big sister) memorial service, he continued to make me smile although I knew I likely would not ever see him again. I am glad I am part of his family no-matter how distant and diverse it might be. The LeBlancs are very special and I will miss Uncle Jimmy and thankful for Joel who was his angel. I am sure he is now telling all he sees in heaven the history of the LeBlanc family:)

 

Marvin Borgmeyer posted on 5/20/20

Our sympathies to the LeBlanc family. We always enjoyed seeing Jim at church and visiting with him. He was a good man.

 

Buddy and Kathy Pellerin posted on 5/19/20

Mimi, I just learned of about your son. Please know that you and your family are in our prayers.

 

 

Linda B Mason posted on 5/17/20

The animals of Africa will sorely miss your presence. All our love, Linda and Fred

 

 

Linda B Mason posted on 5/17/20

The animals of Africa will sorely miss your presence !!

 

 

Linda B Mason posted on 5/17/20

Our Dear Beth, Fred and I are truly saddened at your passing. We both remember lively conversations at dinner table regarding animals, politics etc. You certainly where a true lady. All our love, Linda and Fred Layne

 

 

LaKisha S. Tolliver posted on 5/14/20

Pastor Gordon, a great man of God. My son and I had the pleasure of meeting him a few years ago. I was blessed to be chosen to prepare a letter for distribution for him CHRISTmas 2018. He Loves Jesus and it was his mission for all he encountered to know JESUS also. He will be missed. Now the Glory of the Lord shines upon him. My son and I were blessed to know him.

 

Alice Fasce Odom posted on 5/12/20

The Ogden’s lived next door to my family for 10 years and our families became and remained dear friends over the years.

 

Bill and Jacky Keith posted on 5/11/20

A lovely, elegant lady who brightened every IPHA Meeting and Event. We will miss her

 

EC Fellow posted on 5/11/20

She was always so kind to me and everyone at the Explorer’s Club. May she Rest In Peace.

 

 

Sara Everett posted on 5/10/20

Such a wonderful lady. Rest In Peace Jan. 🙏🏻

 

Debbie Sheets posted on 5/9/20

Jan was one of the sweetest person that I had in my life Always with a beautiful smile and great since of humor! I was blessed to have her in my life and also as a friend! she will be greatly missed! she will be forever in my heart

 

Debbie Sheets posted on 5/9/20

Jan was one of a kind! she was my neighbor and we spent many of times talking and laughing at

 

Marie Dimaio Noto posted on 5/9/20

To Johnny, Charlotte & All of the Family: My son, Michael, joins me in extending our most heartfelt sympathy & prayers & thoughts are with all of you.May God Bless All of You.

 

Ginny Etheridge posted on 5/9/20

Such a beautiful, fun and accomplished woman. I am very blessed to have known her as my friend for many years.

 

 

John & Vicki Allen posted on 5/9/20

Our deepest condolences.

 

 

Terry& Glad Pierson posted on 5/8/20

Long memories of many events!! Sadly missed.

 

CARLOS GONZALEZ HERMOSILLO Y TATUA posted on 5/8/20

A GREAT DEFENDER OF OUR SPORT AND A GREAT EXPLORER, VERY FEW LADIES LIKE HER THIS DAYS, REST IN PEACE AND ENJOY YOUR NEW HUNTING GROUNDS FOR EVER...

 

Tammy DeNapoli posted on 5/8/20

Chip, your mother seems like she was a beautiful lady inside and out. I am so sorry for your loss. I hope you find peace and joy in the memories. God Bless you and your family.

 

Larry S. Bankston posted on 5/8/20

In these difficult times, it is hard to properly express our thoughts through an post. Please know that Ann and Chip are in our prayers and thoughts.

 

Alfonso Fabres posted on 5/8/20

Alfonso Fabres, and all Huntinspain staff want to express our deepest and most sincere condolences to family and friends.-

 

Susie Robert Gore posted on 5/8/20

May She Rest In Peace - Condolences to All the Schittone Family. Ms. Fannie is part of a special memory of a beautiful lady. After many years I’m still trying to find Italian cookies as good as hers. And strawberries from Independence where she grew up will always be the best, partly because of the memories.

 

Ariadna and Cesar posted on 5/8/20

Dear Mrs. Jones Family, She was part of my life as per 19 years she saw my son go to school and graduate she was very kind and special to us she share everything with me she took me in to her wings I am not crying because she left I know she's in a better place I'm just missing her we always will.

 

Pepe Chelet posted on 5/8/20

Today I had the terrible news, my Beth, has left us. I would be nothing in the world of hunting without Beth, for 16 years she has always supported me. A special friend of my family, my father, Jose Chelet Pastor, we are devastated. But he will always be with me, his sympathy, his strength, his encouragement.

 

Albert Niels posted on 5/8/20

Beth, although I just knew you at Jean Louis and Ingrid parties, I always felt a great communication between us, like we did not have to explain ourselves to understand eachother. I enjoyed your "joie de vivre", your constant good mood and the countless stories about your African Safari experiences. You are an example for women, per your dedication, your authority in your chosen fields, and your enthusiasm. Your presence will always be feeled and missed during our regular gatherings with Ingrid and Jean Louis, and Diana. May God receive you in His Arms so you can rest peacefully for eternity.

 

Jeanette Gatzman posted on 5/8/20

Rosie, please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Your Mom was a lovely lady.

 

Lisette and Steve Tassin posted on 5/7/20

Steve and I are so sorry for the loss of Ms. Fannie. We will always have wonderful memories of our enjoyable conversations and great hospitality. She was a very special person. Our condolences to the entire Schittone family.

 

Laurie Laville posted on 5/7/20

Leslie, Elizabeth and Susanne, my heart goes out to you. I always loved your mom's beautiful smile. She has definitely passed that and her gracious ways on to all of you. I pray that you will feel the peace and joy that now surrounds her. Much love, Laurie

 

Laurie Laville posted on 5/7/20

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Lorraine Guzzardo posted on 5/7/20

To my sweet Schittone cousins. I am saddened by the passing of Aunt Fannie. She was such a sweet, loving beautiful lady. She will be missed by all who knew her. Love to all the family.

 

Chuck Goodwin posted on 5/7/20

Lynn and I send our condolences to Johnny, Charlotte and the entire Schittone family. We can tell how wonderful your mother was by the man you are.

 

Barbara Auten posted on 5/7/20

Mike and Suzanne, Our heartfelt sympathy on your loss. Though we didn't know her well she was a joy to know. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Barbara Auten and the Alzheimer's Services of the Capital Area Staff

 

 

Karen Luke Cheuvront posted on 5/7/20

Awe so so sorry for your loss Susanne and all the family. She was a sweet loving and wonderful lady!

 

 

Karen Luke Cheuvront posted on 5/7/20

Awe so so sorry Susanne and all the family. She was a sweet loving wonderful lady when I knew her. She will be dearly missed!

 

 

Kelley Prescott posted on 5/7/20

Our deepest sympathy is with you all at this time. Ms. Jan was such a wonderful person. Memories of her will be cherished by all who knew her. Kelley & Chris Prescott

 

 

Melanie Haydel posted on 5/7/20

Susanne, Janice, Sam. , and Grace, heartbroken to read of your mother/ grandmothers death. Glad you have all these years with her. Prayers for your comfort in these difficult days.

 

Jeanne Dupré Weido posted on 5/7/20

Leslie, I am truly sorry for you and your family's loss. May the happy memories that you have of your mother help to ease the pain that grief brings. You and your family are in my thoughts.

 

Charlotte B. Balfour posted on 5/7/20

A real Italian special lady will be missed by many. My deepest sympathy and prayers for all family and friends.

 

Dana & Jeff Taylor posted on 5/6/20

Rose, Sadie, Trey and the Schittone family, There is nothing that can change the wonderful ways your Momma touched your lives. Grief can't take away the good times you shared, and your sorrow will fade in time, but know that the memories will remain forever. We are praying that God's comfort and peace along with those memories keep her close. God bless and know that we are here for you.

 

Renee Richard Fontenot posted on 5/6/20

I am so sorry for your loss. I have many fond memories of Ms Fannie, the neighborhood store and her kindness. May she rest in peace.

 

Leonard Capello posted on 5/6/20

So sorry. My deepest condolences.

 

Suzanne Edwards posted on 5/6/20

I am so sorry for your loss. Your mom was a wonderful woman. Know she and Brian are hugging each other in heaven. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Suzanne

 

Michael Haik posted on 5/6/20

Janice was a remarkable lady.

 

Tony & Pat Guzzardo posted on 5/6/20

John and family, We are so sorry to see the passing of you Mom. Miss Fannie will be missed but glad she is in her heavenly home now. We will watch for the memorial service in the future.

 

Donna Brown Stevens posted on 5/6/20

Ms. Fannie and Peoples Grocery are memories that I will always treasure from my Standard Heights neighborhood. Ms. Fannie was always so friendly and kind, but also could be stern when she broke up a squabble or two between me and my friends. Rest is peace Ms. Fannie, you are loved by many people.

 

Linda Easterly posted on 5/6/20

Johnny & Glenn & family, your mom was such a special & loving person & will be so missed. I will keep your family in my prayers.

 

James A Mehaffey posted on 5/6/20

Glenn, My condolences to you and your family on the loss of your Mother.

 

Prunie Gremillion posted on 5/6/20

I was so blessed to know Jan and work with her for many years. She was truly a classy lady and so kind and loving to everyone. My prayers and sympathy go out to her beautiful family.

 

Darlene Lefeaux Reine posted on 5/6/20

To the whole Schittone family, my heart is sadden with the loss of Mrs. Fannie. She was always such a special person to all of us over the years. Love and prayers are sent to you at this difficult time. But know she is rejoicing in heaven with all of her loved ones. Love to all of you!!

 

Jr Landry posted on 5/6/20

To the entire old Standard Heights neighborhood she WILL ALWAYS be Ms Fannie. She was such a pillar of the neighborhood. Truely one of a kind.

 

Darlene McCormick posted on 5/4/20

A remarkable selfless woman will be dearly miss i enjoyed being your senior Companion for lil while rest in peace

 

 

Mary Kay posted on 5/4/20

Henry would like to express our deepest sympathies to you and your family. May God give you peace that only comes from our Lord Jesus Christ

 

Leanne Stanfield posted on 5/4/20

You will be missed. You were a wonderful uncle and you are loved. Fly High..

 

Patt O’Neill posted on 5/3/20

Ryan was my neighbor for several years. We always had some project underway around his house. He was also very generous neighbor who helped me out many times when I needed it. He was a wonderful father, who adored his son, Blaine. Blaine came over to my house to visit with me often. I am so sorry, Blaine, that you have lost your dad. I hope you can feel the hugs and well wishes that I am sending you now. With love Miss Patt

 

Dianne Walker posted on 5/2/20

Thank you for your service throughout your life. You are an honorable man. My sincere condolences to your family and friends.

 

Janet Joseph Taborn posted on 5/1/20

Dearest Barbara and family, I was so sorry to learn of Ann's passing. She was one of the strongest and bravest women I knew and I was honored to work with her and know her. I had no idea she was so accomplished outside of work, but it is no surprise that someone with her passion would have so many interests and do them so well. The biggest surprise was that she was a dancer and choreographer. In all of our conversations over the years, that never came up. She was never one to toot her own horn, but she sure could have. The procession of family and friends during her last days sounds like such a wonderful tribute. I wish I could have joined. Rest in peace Ann, and know that you touched so many of us in meaningful ways. My deepest condolences to the family and those whom she loved.

 

Cindy Estep posted on 5/1/20

Glenn and Debbie Iam so very sorry Dale was so nice looking I know y’all were proud of him such a senseless loss my heart is breaking for both of you my thought and prayers also along with his wife and children . Also the rest of his family and friends.

 

 

Cindy Estep posted on 5/1/20

Remember him as a Teenager coming to visit when My Husband Mike and I would bring his Daddy his paycheck . Also at his Sisters Wedding.

 

 

Cindy Estep posted on 5/1/20

I remember him as a teenager always polite coming up and visiting with my husband Mike and I when we would be bringing his Daddy his paycheck from work.. Also at his Sisters Wedding.

 

Lois Grippo posted on 4/30/20

I support FWC/SBN. This is how I learned of Lt. Hutto’s passing. I could feel their sense of loss when they spoke of him and what an asset he was to FWC. I would like to express my deepest sympathies to you and your family. May God give you the rest and peace that only comes from our Lord Jesus Christ

 

eldonjanzen Janzen posted on 4/30/20

Bob was a loyal and an experienced teacher; I enjoyed his exploring mind and loyalty while he was on my staff in Irving at Crockett Jr High school. The students he taught were always loyal HS Band members.

 

 

Camilla Guercio posted on 4/30/20

God Bless You!!!! Thank You For Your Services!!! May You R.I.P.

 

Charlotte Geoghagan posted on 4/30/20

I am so sorry for loss . I worked with him years ago at the Clerk of Court's Office. He was always so happy to hear that LSU was playing ball. I remember when LSU was playing during our time at work and we were all listening intently to the radio instead of doing what we were supposed to. He seemed so happy to be listening. I had a short conversation with him shortly before he passed on Facebook. It was so nice to hear from him. My heart and prayers go out to the entire family. Thank you all so much for sharing Ed with the Clerk of Court family, God Bless You All!

 

 

Annette Adams Nelson posted on 4/30/20

Daddy.....oh how I miss you! But you are finally healed and forever with mama. You will always be my hero!! Until we meet again! I love you!!

 

Randy & Stephanie Jarreau posted on 4/30/20

Ed and I shared many laughs at Sons of Confederate Veterans events over the years. Virginia and Kathleen, our thoughts and prayers go out to you.

 

John SAnchez posted on 4/29/20

Sorry for your loss. We have you & family in our thought & prays

 

Janine Dupont Pendley posted on 4/29/20

Griff and Kurt, I want to send my condolences on June's passing on behalf of mother, Lorraine Dupont, and our family. Mother was June's godmother and June was mine. We visited her about 2 years ago before mother moved to assisted living and we enjoyed reminiscing with her about Aunt Grace and Grandma Lizzie's families. June and you are in our prayers. Janine Pendley

 

Sonia Dauzat Hurst posted on 4/29/20

I was passing thru Bocage just the other day and thought about your family. Driving thru the Burger King in a Rolls Royce to pick up hamburgers for the kids and then sitting with them was a memory revisited. You were always so happy and positive. I can still hear your laugh and “Now Jimmie”. You raised a wonderful family and you will truly be missed.

 

Barbara Michiels Hernandez posted on 4/28/20

I want to give my special condolences to Ann's family and friends. Everyone will miss her vivacious personality, religious fervor, and love of life. She was a dear friend and we always had such fun together. Her gracious struggle with her illness made her a true steel magnolia. Everyone will miss her sweet smile. She is dearly missed by this friend. I hope you can take some comfort in the fact that we all know she is dancing in heaven with the angels.

 

Peggy Guidroz posted on 4/28/20

I'm so glad I got to spend New Years Eve with Ann. She was so energetic, I'm sure she's shaking up Heaven. So glad we met many years ago.

 

Marian Lombardo Gulino posted on 4/28/20

I was just made aware of the passing of Dr Breaud. He was my first dentist when I was a child growing up in downtown Baton Rouge. He was a good and compassionate person. I know he is missed by many. Condolences to all his family.

 

 

Marian Lombardo Gulino posted on 4/28/20

Just became aware of the passing of Dr Breaud. He was my first dentist when I was a Child living in downtown Baton Rouge. He was a very caring and compassionate man and missed by many. Condolences to all his family

 

Marianne M. Hebert posted on 4/27/20

Dear Susan,Kay, Barbara, Bill and family, I am so sorry to see that Ann passed away. Henry and I were so excited to be in the parade for her and to see all of you. She was a very special person and will be greatly missed. Our love and prayers are with you All my love, Marianne & Henry Hebert

 

Jim Grott posted on 4/27/20

I am so sorry to hear of Ann's passing. I had the honor to call Ann a colleague during our tenure at McGraw-Hill. Always a smile an a positive attitude in everything she embarked on. I treasured her mostly for being a genuinely good and kind soul. I wish you all peace in this difficult time and know that Ann has found her peace.

 

Davenna Greathouse Trahan posted on 4/27/20

For Ginger's Family

 

Davenna Greathouse Trahan posted on 4/27/20

To Ginger's family. Ginger and I were photographers together in high school..I loved her dearly..we were both at LSU together and lost touch. I have searching for her through our High School Alumni system, which is I learned of her passing. Praying for you, know that she made a difference in many people's lives, including mine.

 

Reverend Rodney Wood posted on 4/22/20

Sonny extended dear friendship to our family. When our eldest Jake Wood was about to graduate from LSU and go on to medical school in 1996, Sonny was with us and a small gathering of friends in our home. The words he had prepared and recited that night were amazingly beautiful. Both Jake and Jim Wood were members of Lambda Chi Alpha. Also, when we first met Sonny at his office at LSU in the Spring of 1992, our youngest son John Wood was in his first of two battles with leukemia. Sonny expressed tender compassion toward John. My wife Becky Wood and I will be praying for all of the Devillier family. We give thanks to our Lord for our friend Sonny Devillier.

 

Jennifer Fontenot posted on 4/22/20

Dr. Webster will forever be a huge part of our lives and family through our sweet Jonjon. Without him we would not be complete. I am so sorry for your loss, sending good energy and hugs your way.

 

Cindy Gautreaux posted on 4/22/20

Mom I still miss you 😘 and I am sure I always will. I am glad you aren’t here for this virus 🦠.You would be so upset everyday you would hear the statistics because I would try and get you to watch something else and you would say you wouldn’t get upset and we both knew you would. There is no way you could handle this though . Well I love 💗 you very much and I feel so alone now that you are gone. I guess because I am, Frannie spends most of his time fishing and like tonight he and Danny are still on the porch @9:26PM. When he does come in as you know it will be circle ⭕️ words or sleep. You know how it is and it is still the same about doing things I ask him. I don’t know it is so depressing. Well, give Dad, Cathy and Larry my love and tell them I miss them . I hope it won’t be along time before I am with y’all. I know you won’t see this and I am glad I just had to get it off my chest. Thanks 🙏 mom.😥

 

Margaret Boudreaux posted on 4/21/20

The Penniman and Boudreaux families send kind regards to all the Ogdens. Mr. Ogden was a larger than life figure of my childhood. His obituary is a wonderful tribute to his many, many accomplishments.

 

Sissy and John Bateman posted on 4/17/20

We have known and respected Gordon for many years. He was a creative person who was a devoted Christian. May fond memories sustain the family during these difficult times.

 

Joyce and Tom Boone posted on 4/17/20

My husband and I sat in the pew behind Mr. Henry and Ms. Lillian for many years at 11:00 am mass at St. Aloysius Catholic Church. We became friends at mass, and met some of their family members. We missed this sweet couple when they could no longer attend mass. We still sit in our same pew, and remember them. We send our love and prayers to Ms. Lillian and the Domingue family.

 

 

Justin Matrisciano MD and Staff posted on 4/16/20

Ms. Lucille's kindness and gentle spirit will live on as an example to our office staff. She will be greatly missed by all.

 

Mary Gray posted on 4/16/20

I remember Thunderbird Beach, Ogden Perry Theaters, and flooding Memorial Stadium. He gave us many beautiful memories and smiles. May he rest in peace.

 

Katie C, Warren posted on 4/16/20

Growing up in Istrouma Baptist Church, "Mrs. Barbara" was a dear and friendly face, great friends with my mom, Dot Cutrer, and many others. Heaven has another smile now! Prayers with her family.

 

Larry Reeves posted on 4/16/20

Griff sorry for your loss Prayers to you and your family

 

Chuck and Lucy Walker posted on 4/16/20

Scott, Lauren, and the Ogden family, We are sorry for the loss of your wonderful father. We are thinking of you in your time of great sadness and remembering you in our prayers.

 

Steve Belt ,MD posted on 4/15/20

Grew up with Bobby in Lockney, Texas. We both went off to Medical School ad I kept up with him via is aunt Barbara. He helped many patients with his knowledge and skills. Steve Belt,MD.

 

Pamela R Crutti posted on 4/15/20

Shelly , I am so sorry for your loss. We have both lost love ones a day apart. I pray God will give you peace during this difficult time. Many hugs , Pam & Griff Crutti

 

Michelle B posted on 4/15/20

Pam & Griff, You guys have been weathered so much! Just know June loved you and the care you guys gave over the years. She is now with God free from pain, and Alzheimer's.and with family enjoying eternal life. She loved you guys and was especially proud of your boys and their accomplishments. That is a direct reflection of you guys as parents. I wish you peace, love and happiness , Michelle Holden will make an awesome nurse and Michael will do well in law.. Stay strong my dear friends . Much love

 

Janice sylvester posted on 4/15/20

Sharon. I’m so sorry to hear about your mom. You are in my prayers. Love you

 

Vince Hotare posted on 4/15/20

Griff, So sorry to hear of the loss of your mother.My prayers are with you and your family.

 

Ellen Zetzmann posted on 4/15/20

My prayers and thoughts go out to you Todd and the entire Ogden family. So sorry for your loss.

 

Llona Micklin posted on 4/15/20

Todd, Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Talk to you soon.

 

Carolyn And Mike Scheurich posted on 4/15/20

Lauren and Newt, We are so sorry for the loss of your dad. You and your family are in our prayers.

 

Grady Endocrinology Family posted on 4/15/20

So very sad to hear of Ms. Lucille's passing. Such a sweet spirit. We will miss her dearly. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Joseph Boudreaux posted on 4/15/20

Griff sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family

 

Ashley Dew posted on 4/15/20

I had the privilege of working with June and got to know her quite well. She became a good friend and someone very dear to my heart. I will miss her greatly. Thank you Griff for trusting me to take care of her.

 

Monique Chiasson posted on 4/15/20

Kurt, your Mom was a beautiful lady both inside and out. I always enjoyed visiting with her and loved her famous crawfish pies; she was an awesome cook! Jeff and I are sending lots of loving prayers your way as we know today will be difficult, but find peace in knowing that she was blessed to have you as her son and you were an awesome caregiver. She is now with your Dad and all of her loved ones in heaven filled with love, joy and happiness. She will be with you always!! Monique and Jeff Chiasson

 

Liz & Bruce Wallbillich posted on 4/15/20

Griff, Bruce and I are so sorry for the loss of your mother. Please know that you and your family are in our continued prayers!

 

 

ANITA PARSONS KING posted on 4/15/20

Cathy and Todd, Sorry for your loss. Anita Parsons King

 

Brandi & Jeremy Phillips posted on 4/15/20

We are praying for you guys! We love y’all!

 

Julie Edwards posted on 4/15/20

Pam, So sorry for your loss. Miss June was a sweetie. I have enjoyed gatherings at your house when June lived with you guys. Prayers for your family.

 

Lue Reynolds posted on 4/15/20

Griff, I am so sorry about your loss of June. I enjoyed the times that I visited her and she wrote us a sweet card about the time we helped her move. We love you and what a blessing for June to rear such a wonderful son in you. Blessings to you, pam, Holden and Michael during this difficult time. I know June appreciated all the care you all gave her. Love and prayers from all of us in north la. Love , Aunt Lue & Uncle Larry

 

Amy Stricker posted on 4/14/20

Griff, so sorry this happened during this time and you couldn’t be with her. You, Pam and the boys are in my prayers.

 

Rebecca Carlo posted on 4/14/20

May June Rest In Peace. Prayers for those she left behind. It seems she’s left a legacy of gardening and travel with her son Griff to carry on. God be with you all.

 

Kristine, Zach, and Walter posted on 4/14/20

We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers and love are with you.

 

Stephanie Landry posted on 4/14/20

Griff so sorry for your loss. May she rest in peace .

 

Mel Gautreaux posted on 4/14/20

Griff Sorry for your loss. Blessing to you and your family

 

Tim Edens posted on 4/14/20

Griff stay strong knowing that your Mother will always live with you forever in your heart.

 

Lori Bender posted on 4/14/20

Griff, thinking of you during this most difficult time. Bill and I send you much love. Know you have lifelong friends in us.

 

Lori Bender posted on 4/14/20

Griff, thinking of you as you say goodbye. Bill and I send our love and hugs during this hard time. Know you've got lifelong friends in us!

 

Lisa Campo posted on 4/14/20

Griff, I am so sorry for the loss of your Mom. I am praying for peace & comfort for you and your family. Love you

 

Katie Alexander posted on 4/14/20

So sorry for your loss. Continued prayers for all.

 

Brandy Smith posted on 4/14/20

So sorry for your loss, continued prayers for your family 🙏

 

Brandy Smith posted on 4/14/20

So sorry for your loss, continued prayers for your family at this difficult time🙏

 

Stephanie Reynolds posted on 4/14/20

We will treasure all of the family gatherings we were able to spend with June. I will miss our conversations and her delicious desserts. What wonderful memories we share!!! Love you all. Love Stef and Don

 

Linda Hobson posted on 4/14/20

Praying for all of your family during this difficult time! 🙏🙏🙏

 

Terri and Stephen Monson posted on 4/14/20

Blessings to all!🙏🏻🙏🏻

 

Terri and Stephen Monson posted on 4/14/20

Blessings to the family.

 

Rob and Debbie Schega posted on 4/14/20

My heart goes out to the entire Crutti family for your loss! Griff, I know this is a difficult time for you but know that you are surrounded by love and prayers for a healing of your heart. Love, Debbie and Rob

 

Justin Reynolds posted on 4/14/20

Sending prayers and condolences in this time of grieving. Hoping you can find peace knowing June is now resting in peace with the Lord. Love y’all. Love Justin, Erin, and AJ

 

Cassie Mercante posted on 4/14/20

My heart goes out to you and your family as you walk through this difficult time. We love y’all very much, Kyle, Cassie, G, & Faith

 

Jennifer Griffin posted on 4/14/20

When I think of June I remember how her face would light up talking about gardening. She always loved hearing about what I JS planted in my garden as well. So many wonderful family gatherings that you Griff made sure she joined. What a blessing you and Pam were to her!! She is enjoying the most fabulous garden now!!

 

Christi Kirkland posted on 4/14/20

June was a beautiful lady and she will be missed. My heart is with you Griff and your family during this time. I love you all immensely.

 

Elaine Luker posted on 4/13/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. God Bless

 

Deborah Simpson Nelson posted on 4/12/20

So sorry for the loss of Mr. Ogden. Sympathy and prayers for you all at this sad and difficult time. 🙏🙏🙏

 

Carolyn Crochet & Michael Doyle posted on 4/12/20

We will greatly miss Gordon, his friendship and interesting luncheon discussions. But most of all we will remember his sincere desire to help others in need and spread his belief in the Lord.

 

 

Margaret Williams posted on 4/12/20

May the peace of the Lord be with you now and forever

 

Floyd Hooker posted on 4/12/20

May god continue to cover and bless the Warren family during this crucial time. We all is going to miss Greg and remember him on the Yard(Soithern University). RIP Greg......from your college roommate (SU- Junior Men Dorm) Floyd Hooker ‘HOOK’

 

Darryl Conkerton posted on 4/12/20

I’m so sorry for your loss. As a child ‘Gordon Ogden ‘ was a household name; he and my father were close friends. My prayers and thoughts are will all of you

 

Bradley Pesson posted on 4/12/20

My sincere condolences to the Ogden family

 

Janet Fahey-Gibson posted on 4/12/20

Todd, so sorry to hear of your father’s death. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Paula (Williams) and Myron Lambert posted on 4/12/20

We have such fond memories of Gordy and hold the whole family in our thoughts and prayers. Much love to all.

 

Carrie G. Kennedy posted on 4/12/20

Henry was always a pleasant, kind and welcoming person. May God's peace be with Lillian and The Domingue Family. I send my heartfelt condolences.

 

Jim and Colette Mitchell posted on 4/12/20

Jim and I have way too many memories of Gordon to post them here. Our lives are certainly better for having known Gordon, Randolph, Guy, and the entire Ogden family. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time.

 

Irwin Shaab posted on 4/11/20

My deepest condolences to the Ogden family. I have been friendly with Ogden family for over 65 years. RIP Gordon

 

Kathy Oubre posted on 4/11/20

I am so sorry for all that knew him and loved him. It’s never easy to lose a love but the little I know about him I believe he is resting in heavenly places now. He is now waiting for you all to join him by placing your faith in Christ Jesus only, if that decision has not already been made.

 

 

Kelly Schwartz posted on 4/11/20

My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time!! May God grant you strength and peace today and always!!

 

Fran Ogden posted on 4/11/20

Uncle Gordie had the coolest office. Lots of pictures with famous movie stars, plush plush. But his calling to help the less fortunate was stronger so left to serve the flock. He provided comfort and pathways to many. He left the world a better place He always took sooooo long to bless Thanksgiving Dinner at Mi Mi’s, we never had a hot meal. I am grateful he is resting. He earned it. I keep my cousins close to my heart, thoughts and prayers. Condolences and hugs. Xo.

 

Sarah posted on 4/11/20

Thank you Dr. Webster for helping us conceive our first son! Your life brought joy to so many...!

 

Tandra Schwamberg posted on 4/10/20

Dianne's words truly express my thoughts and memories. Henry and Lillian were such a big part of our parents' lives and ours. He will be missed. Thinking of you today and always.

 

Brandi Bridges posted on 4/10/20

Grateful and thankful for Dr.Webster and his wisdom. He was special to so many for helping make their dreams come true. He will be remembered by us for his kindness, honesty and humor. Prayers to everyone in his family.

 

Dianne Irvine Fleet posted on 4/10/20

I will always remember his kindness, goodness and gentleness, The visits he and Lillian made to my parents when they were ill meant so much to them. My thoughts, prayers and love go out to all of you at this time. I look forward to joining all of you in the future to memorialize his life. Thank you for allowing me to view his funeral this morning.

 

Dennis C. Daniels posted on 4/10/20

My prayers go out to Greg wife, children, family, friends, and colleagues. Thanks for your service to your country (United States Marine) and community (East Baton Rouge Sheriff Office). RIP homeboy and you will be missed homeboy.

 

 

Stac L. Wiley posted on 4/10/20

You have our condolences and love. We will continue to pray for the family. The Wiley’s Stacy and family.

 

Lavonna Johnson-Tuesno and family posted on 4/9/20

I would like to express my condolences to cal her children and family. My prayers are with you'll at this time.

 

Patti Roughton posted on 4/9/20

I am so sad to learn today of this dear man’s death. Chip and I send our thoughts and prayers to you Nancy and your entire family. I was one of his first patients, and loved you both from day 1. Although we weren’t successful in our efforts, y’all always made both of us feel so at ease. We ran into y’all at a Pediatric Heart event at The Varsity about five years ago. I had to ask who he was because he looked so familiar. He looked at me and said,”Patti?” God bless you and your family. Y’all helped sooooo many people! 😘🙏❤️

 

Mark Montandon posted on 4/9/20

Nancy, Blake, Hilary, & Jaime: I've never met you, but I was a classmate and teammate of Bobby growing up in Lockney. I was certainly not prepared to hear the news of his passing, but take great comfort in knowing he is with the Lord. He was a respected and caring person back then, just as he surely was all is life. He corresponded with me while I was in Vietnam, and threw a party for me when I returned...just an example of the genuine man that he was. Lockney was very proud of the professional life Bobby lived and the many, many lives he touched in such a profound and positive manner. We have all been blessed by knowing him. Sincerely, Mark Montandon, Merriam, KS

 

Gretchen Williams posted on 4/9/20

Sending our heartfelt condolences and prayers for you all. From The Brown family in Waterproof, LA Mrs. Lula Brown, Gretchen Williams, Tammy Hill, Jewel “Tony” Brown and Adrian “Hosea” Brown

 

Brandi Bacon posted on 4/9/20

My condolences to you all. Love you guys

 

Bishop Ameal Brown & The In Christ We Trust Fellowship Family posted on 4/9/20

Our Prayers and Condolences to the Warren Family. In remembrance of our beloved Deacon, whom we have known for 20 plus years. We love you dearly, and your presence in our lives and in the church will truly be missed.

 

 

Denise Steffens posted on 4/8/20

I was heartbroken to hear of Dr. Webster’s passing. Dr. Webster was my doctor when he had his OB/GYN practice in Wichita and helped me through some very difficult years. I will never forget him. The world has lost one of the kindest, sweetest, most compassionate human beings to ever walk this earth. My most heartfelt condolences go out to his family! May your wonderful memories of this special man sustain you during this unimaginably difficult time.

 

Kelli Singleton Louis posted on 4/8/20

My prayers and sincere condolences to the Warren family. May God comfort you all during this difficult time 🙏🏾

 

Kelli Singleton Louis posted on 4/8/20

My prayers and sincere condolences to the Warren family. May God be with you all during this difficult time. 🙏🏾

 

Shelia Dudley posted on 4/8/20

To Vera. Brenda. & the Claiborne Family I offer my condolences and prayers for your loss. May you have your memories to give you comfort 🙏🏽

 

Paula O posted on 4/7/20

We have lost a skilled, compassionate physician and an amazing human being with a wonderful sense of humor. You gave me the best gift of all - my son. I will always be grateful. Condolences to your family.

 

Julie Westlund posted on 4/7/20

I've known Bobby for 30+ years--basically my entire career. You could not find a more honest, kind, compassionate, generous, and funny person than him. I always looked forward to seeing Bobby and Nancy at national meetings, dinners and at their clinic. I remember all of the tales that Bobby told me about his fly fishing trips and the funny stories about adventures that he and Nancy shared together. So many great memories! I'm just heart-broken about his loss--no words can convey the love of life and the joy of laughter that we shared. He will be greatly missed.

 

David Ramos posted on 4/7/20

Thanks for your mentorship as a Physician and brother-in-law. Your words of guidance were priceless throughout my career.You’ll be missed. Nance, I don’t have the words to convey my sorrow.

 

Tasha Joffrion Cicero posted on 4/7/20

How do you pay respect and put into words how special a man is that stood by you’re side and did what so many said was impossible , help you become a MOM ... Jacqueline Presley was born 2/1/01 and you and Ms. Nancy were with me the whole time , both you came daily and saw me and held Presley as if she was family ( because she was) and I kn ow that the two of you treated everyone the same , but y’all made all of us feel like the only one. Ms Nancy I have no words and I kn ow you are heartbroken. Heaven gained a special angel . You and you’re family are in my Prayers. We love you Tasha and Presley

 

Kym Mayhall posted on 4/7/20

It was an honor to call David my friend! I will miss him greatly. His youthful spirit was contagious and he touched my life in so many ways. Prayers for his family.

 

Eric Rimes posted on 4/7/20

First and foremost, my condolences for the entire Warren family. This world just lost a really great man. I am thankful for the 11 years that I was able to know and work with Greg. He was a God fearing man. He would been over backwards to help you when you needed it. He was not only a great supervisor, but a great person. Thank you again to the Warren family, for allowing the rest of us to get to know and love Greg just as you all did. Greg, May the road rise up to meet you May the wind always be at your back May the sun shine warmly upon your face May the rains fall softly upon the fields And until we meet again, May God hold you in the palm of His Hand.

 

Sharon Petersen posted on 4/7/20

I didn’t know your dad, Hillary, but I know you. He must have been a great man to have you for a daughter. I am so very sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you.💖

 

Bertha Smith posted on 4/7/20

My Condolences to all Warren family he was like a son to me .my son in law ily

 

Karen Chopin posted on 4/7/20

Prayers and condolences to the Warren family.

 

 

Karen Chopin posted on 4/7/20

Fly high Greg 🕊🕊🕊🕊

 

 

Karen Chopin posted on 4/7/20

RIH Greg and fly high 🕊🕊🕊🕊

 

 

Beth McLin posted on 4/7/20

I am so sorry to hear of your passing. You and Nancy have always been in my heart since we met in 2001. I am a mother because of you. So many are because of you. Heaven has gained an amazing person.

 

Emeal Brown Jr. posted on 4/7/20

To my friend, former colleague and brother in Christ, you will be truly missed. Thank God for the past 25 years of knowing each other. May God continue to bless you family and give them strength and endurance during this one of bereavement.

 

Emeal Brown Jr. posted on 4/6/20

With deepest sympathy

 

 

Cindy, Maggie and Mason LaFerney posted on 4/6/20

I will always remember your loving care, warm smiles and incredible hugs. I have written several “novels” just how much you will be missed by myself and so many others. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for the blessing you gave me, “Motherhood” to my Maggie and Mason. You left a mark on this world that will live on for years to come. Please continue to tell your corny jokes in heaven, because as those of us are called to join you at the pearly gates, we will need those jokes, that warm smile and your incredible hugs! God bless you, Dr. Webster... PS: I promise you, everyone will see to it that Nancy will be well taken care of!❤️

 

RHONDA Alaniz posted on 4/6/20

He will be truly missed.A great friend . Rest In Peace my friend

 

V posted on 4/6/20

I miss you and wish I could talk to you once again. Love always ❤️

 

Tony Ardillo posted on 4/3/20

God Bless you my friend

 

Ricky Currier posted on 4/3/20

What a great guy. We had some good times together. Rest In Peace.....rc

 

Gay Dawn Farace-Mann posted on 4/3/20

Joey, my cousin, had a big heart. My memories of him are as a big brother. And like others have said, he always made you feel welcome in his home.

 

Gerald Carrier posted on 4/3/20

Played football together. Sorry for y’alls loss. Prayers for the family.

 

Gerald Carrier posted on 4/3/20

Played football together at Oak Forest. Prayers for the family.

 

Gerald Carrier posted on 4/3/20

Played football together. Prayers for the family.

 

Terry Stevens posted on 4/3/20

So sorry to hear of Joe's passing. Loved visiting with him..always laughing, always smiling..rest in peace friend..

 

Claudia deguzman posted on 4/3/20

I just heard. I am so very sorry. My mom had a great talk with Joey a week ago. She said she laughed the whole time. My deepest condolences

 

Frank Giamalva sr posted on 4/3/20

Joey was a fine man and great f riend

 

 

Denise Lee posted on 4/3/20

Everybody loved Joey in school. We got to visit in Rouse's for a good while some time back. Joey was the same Joey messing with me, laughing & talking about everything. He was my date to one of the OFA dances & it was before he could drive. Mrs. Mary Grace brought me home after the dance. I remember hearing a knock at the door & it was Joey. Mama & I had to go direct them out of Greensburg. We still laughed about it! My thoughts & prayers are with his family. Love to all of you. Denise Holland Lee

 

Katherine Raborn posted on 4/3/20

Loved Joey Farace. He had such a great personality. Always smiling even though he was in poor health. I had such a wonderful visit with him in Walmart this past year. Enjoyed it so much. Really glad I ran into him. This is really a sad time. Daniel and Marilyn and the rest of his family my thoughts and prayers are with you during the loss of Joey.

 

Donna Scott France posted on 4/2/20

So sorry to hear about Joe. We went to OFA together and he was so sweet. He was always smiling and such as good friend. I have thought about you over the years and you still bring a smile to my face.

 

Joey Garon posted on 4/2/20

Daniel & Melissa, so sorry to hear about Joe. He was always great to us younger kids. Please make sure your family is taking care during these hard times. Things will return back to normal one day soon...next time I’m back in the States I will find you...

 

Elsie david posted on 4/2/20

R.I.P.

 

Jeff and Tamara Wittenbrink posted on 3/31/20

Charles Severance will always be remembered for his many, many kindnesses to our family, from special preparations of the front porch of the duplex we rented on E. Boyd when the children were little, to telling us to get Jeffrey a dog, to attending our daughter's wedding, he and Winifred and the entire Severance family will always be special to us. Our prayers are with you now and always, and our deepest condolences for the loss of this special man.

 

Nancy Turner Wagner posted on 3/29/20

So sorry for your loss of your wonderful, exemplary father, who was not only devoted to his family, but also to the betterment of society as a whole. You and your mother were blessed by her choice of a husband, as were we, the members of your extended family. May you all be comforted by the peace of Christ that surpasses our understanding.

 

Janie & Durwood Keller posted on 3/29/20

Our prayers are with you all during this difficult journey. May blessings of peace and comfort surround you and hold you strong.

 

Henry & Marianne Hebert posted on 3/29/20

To the Severance Family: We were so sorry to see that your Dad passed away. He was such a special man and ya'll were so devoted to him as he was to you. I'm sure your Mom was glad to see him and you have a whole family praying and looking over ya'll . In these times you really need that. You are in our thoughts and prayers and we love you! Henry & Marianne Hebert

 

Norma Roberts posted on 3/29/20

Charles Severance was a major reason for the growth and development of 4-H Club work in Louisiana. His caring concern and expertise meant so much to everyone in Extension. He was a wonderful man and will be missed by many.

 

Ethan Byrne posted on 3/29/20

It was an honor to have received the Charles Severance fellowship directly from Mr. Severance in 2019. Thank you for your generosity and my condolences.

 

Cissie Furr posted on 3/28/20

Sending you my thoughts and prayers at the sad time.

 

John and Marian Gulino posted on 3/26/20

A good husband and father that will be greatly missed. Prayers and condolences to all his family.

 

Charlie Melancon posted on 3/24/20

My sincerest condolences to the family. May he Rest inPeace.

 

Annette Michelli posted on 3/24/20

He was a gentle and kind man who lived a full life. I know that he is rejoicing with God and his angels. Praying for all!

 

Linda Kaufman Butler posted on 3/22/20

Jeff, so very very sorry for your loss. Prayers and love to you and your family. Linda Kaufman Butler and the Kaufman family

 

Leslie Brown posted on 3/20/20

So much thanks to all supporting my sisters and me with love and care during this very difficult time. Much love to all!

 

Bill Atkinson,III. posted on 3/19/20

John and Melanie, I'm not sure whether you will even remember me, but I saw this obituary in today's paper and wanted to send my condolences to John....we were friends together years .....AND YEARS...ago and our sons played soccer together....I know we have grown apart, but I still have fond memories of our friendship and only wanted to extend my sympathies to you both and wish you well!! Bill

 

Edith McGraw posted on 3/19/20

Gayle , Sending prayers to all the family in the loss of your loved one. May God bless each of you with loving memories of her family life with you.

 

Missy Lee posted on 3/19/20

Mr. Mark's was one in a million. His great personality, funny laugh, infectious humor and kind spirit will be missed.

 

Emmett Brooks Dearing posted on 3/19/20

I only have a few cousins, but I have lost a really good one in Jess. He was always helpful to me, encouraging me to apply for Sons of American Revolution status. When we were kids they(John and Jessie) had 2 marionettes, you know with the strings, that I thought were the coolest things.

 

Quentin Gunther posted on 3/19/20

I met Jess while doing some service for his alarm system. We instantly hit it off when I saw his trains and his passion for the Civil War. He was a first class individual and will be greatly missed!

 

Melinda Mangham posted on 3/19/20

Dave Shiroda was the definition of a remarkable man who left a beautiful legacy - a family who reflects the excellence of Dave. The exquisite character of the man...a man who loved his family with a deep passion - a man with a curious mind always seeking to know more, wrapping his heart and mind around knowledge - a man who wanted to make all things and people around him better - a man we can all aspire to emulate. A slender acquaintance with the world must convince every man that actions, not words, are the true criterion of excellence. To see Dave's strength and courage and actions and on...how grateful I am to have know this exceptional man and Virginia and his children. Please know that I hold each of you in my heart and in my prayers.

 

Liz Mangham posted on 3/18/20

What an incredible legacy Dave left each of you. I am so grateful for his presence on Earth and his presence in our hearts. Keep retrieving, Shiroda’s! Much love and prayers for each of you. Wrapping my arms around you, Liz

 

Kyle and Dianne Talbot posted on 3/12/20

Kyle and I send prayers and condolences to Pam and the family. May the perpetual light shine upon Mr. Paul and rest his soul.

 

Mary Abshire Ordoyne posted on 3/7/20

My condolences to the family and especially to his sweet cousin, "Sis". Two very sweet friends of mine since the 50's. My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who was a part of Ben's life.

 

Mary Abshire Ordoyne posted on 3/7/20

Sorry to hear of Ben's passing. It brings back sweet memories of years ago. Because of his sweet cousin, Catherine. "Sis" , Ben was the first guy I dated when I was old enough. We took ballroom dancing classes together. He was a wonderful guy who I think about every time I hear songs from the 60's. My condolences to his family and. Especially to his sweet cousin..

 

Cindy Gautreaux posted on 3/7/20

Mom you know I miss you every day. I keep expecting to turn a corner and run into your walker. I know though you are in a place we all want to be someday. I can just hear you quote one of my favorite sentences,” I walked with God today”. To me they are some of the most beautiful words. I would love 💗 for you to give Cathy and Daddy a big hug and kiss 💋 for me and all the rest. Mom, God has blessed you and you really deserved it. See you sometime. Again I love 💕 and miss you with all my heart.

 

Chris Sehrt Wedig posted on 3/6/20

Jim My sincere condolences to you Libby and Robbie. I wish you peace and comfort in this difficult time.

 

 

Shellia Rayborn posted on 3/5/20

Linda Knight, David ,family and friends y'all are in our thoughts and prayers .

 

Lucille Mary "Teal" LaBauve posted on 3/2/20

Dearest Family of Miss Teal, You have been and are blest by Almighty God to be this pious soul's FAMILY. She loved you dearly on earth but now just wait, watch, and see what powerful love she will perpetually reflect from Eternity upon you and others (us). While we believe her to be in Heaven, it would be a mistake to not pray for her as though in purgatory and know that God will not allow any prayer and sacrifice to waste. She is now completing and fulfilling her purpose for which our timeless God has created her. Be assured of prayer, sacrifice, and love for her, and for you, her precious ones, from your Catholic Family at Our Lady of Sorrows. Deo gratias. Thanks be to God.

 

Tony Falterman posted on 3/2/20

My deepest sympathies to the family.

 

 

Charlene Vickers posted on 3/1/20

I am so saddened to learn of Chad’s (Chez as I knew him), passing. He was such a sweetheart. Deepest condolences to you all. RIP CHEZ, tell My Steve, I miss him. :(

 

Patty & Joe Melancon posted on 2/29/20

Our deepest Sympathy to all. She will be missed by all. May she rest in peace.

 

Dominic A. Cangelosi posted on 2/29/20

We have lost a good friend and a beautiful soul and a devout member of Our Lady of Sorrows. May Almighty God give Teal eternal rest and may He bless all of her family and friends always and in all ways. Goodbye, dear friend, you will be missed.

 

Erin Helf posted on 2/29/20

God Bless . Chad always was a good friend to everyone . He had the most beautiful smile in the entire world . I am sorry that I am not in Louisiana and unable to attend services . He will he missed .

 

Radomysl Twardowski posted on 2/29/20

Praying for the repose of Ms. Amedee's soul.

 

Dona Nastasi posted on 2/29/20

So sorry for your loss. Chad was great fun to be around at Catholic high. He was a great athlete and person.

 

 

Stacy Coco posted on 2/29/20

branton .. that is strength I am grateful I was born to be one love you Grandma

 

Louise Walsh posted on 2/28/20

Tom and I are saddened to hear of Ferrill's passing. She and Jesse were great friends to us during our formative years at LSU and through the years. They were family neighbors and Jesse was a childhood playmate of Tom's. Her wit and caring ways will be greatly missed both by those who knew her and the entire Baton Rouge community. RIP Ferrill! Hope to see you and Jessie again in the Great Beyond.

 

Gayle Hirschey posted on 2/25/20

May God’s grace sustain you and Chad’s legacy of love give you PEACE✝️🙏🙏😇

 

Rene Esnard posted on 2/25/20

A true gentleman who will be missed by all. He taught me a great deal about life and the value of respecting one another.

 

Eddie Mouton posted on 2/24/20

When I was in 8th grade at Cathedral Hi in Lafayette, Coach McGraw took our 8th-9th grade team to an undefeated season. I think he was studying at USL at the time. He was a no-nonsense, great coach. He labeled me one day a prima-donna. Hell, I didn't know what he was talking about being 12 years old. Every time I'd see him for many years I'd remind him I was still a prima-donna. Truly a great coach and wonderful person-my how time fly's by. I'm 77 years old and remember him like it was yesterday. Great memories are all we have. Thanks Coach for some of my best.

 

Kim Harrison posted on 2/24/20

My mom. Was the best ever mom and friend. I will always remember the smart sayings she would tell me to get through life Love you with all my ❤

 

Rebecca cressy posted on 2/23/20

David and I are saddened at the sudden loss of Chad. He was a loving father, hard worker and made the best grits and grillades this side of New Orleans. We have such fond memories of beach and pool time with all the kids and cousins! Always a warm smile and helping hand...he will be missed. He will be remembered through his amazing kids, David and Hale, and all those who knew and loved him!

 

Sam Z Candler posted on 2/23/20

So sorry to see this. He was truly a great man. So kind and helpful to others. He hired me as a Manager Trainee with Piccadilly Nov. 1, 1976. I retired from them 35 years later. By the way, we share the same birthday. August 30th.

 

Kathy Perrault posted on 2/23/20

I knew Chad when he worked as a chef at Moneyhill Country club. I was over food and beverage at the time. Chad was loved by everyone here.

 

Trudy May posted on 2/23/20

Mary Lou and Russell, I am so sorry for your loss of Chad. Prayers to you and all of your family. Trudy May

 

Stacy Saez Hall posted on 2/19/20

I know you are now one of the angels that will co tiniest to look after your family always. Rest in eternal peace Granny.

 

 

Mike M posted on 2/16/20

As her second oldest grandson caught up in being a workaholic, most of my memories are sadly childhood memories rather than recent ones. But I'll never forget how she lit up when she met each of my two daughters for the first time. You will be missed, Mawmaw. Rest easy.

 

 

Anthony J. Molero Jr. posted on 2/15/20

I will never forget the Family Memories we shared since 1966. You will forever be in my Heart. I will always Love you and Miss you, Mother-In-Law.

 

nell watkins posted on 2/15/20

I treasure the memories of the great friendship between Buddy and Ron, and the fun times at NALI conventions, etc. Lizca and kids, you are in my thoughts and prayers and I love you all.

 

Will Bailey posted on 2/13/20

Fraternity brother. I was chasing Matt In a game, and got caught up in a barbed wire fence. He took care of me. Super sweet loving man. Miss him.

 

danna pino ott posted on 2/10/20

Lannie I was so looking forward to seeing you again next month. I am saddened by your passing. Though the years has passed and many miles have separated us all over the years. You were a wonderful cousin. I never forgot you and wanted to see you again. Thank You for your service for all the people you touched and tried to help. You were a special person. Fly High Dear Lannie - Rest In Peace

 

Tommy Hanley posted on 2/8/20

I'm so sorry to hear this Fly high sir I love and miss y'all If there's anything I can do please let me know 225-588-6088 :-(

 

 

Charles Johnson posted on 2/8/20

Whoo get on em dog. Rabbits heading your way.whoo whoo is like you hearing frankie yell right now as if we were in the woods

 

Charles Johnson posted on 2/8/20

Frankie was a very loving friend and like family to me. He was a great friend and will be missed by many but never forgotten. Some of my fondest memories of frankie was going rabbit hunting from sun up to sun down . As long as we were racking them up we never would leave the woods and it was always great times. Love you mrs . Debra

 

Karen Smith posted on 2/7/20

Frank was a gentle man . Loved his wife Debby . Moved to Florida , was a member of the Church at the Barn . Loved to fish and would help his friend at any time.RIP friend. God loves you and so do I .

 

Joyce Montandon posted on 2/7/20

My prayers are with all of you.

 

Holly and John Green posted on 2/7/20

Thinking of you. We are so very sorry for your loss.

 

Holly and John Grene posted on 2/7/20

Thinking of you all. I'm so very sorry for your loss.

 

Gayle Callis posted on 2/5/20

My condolences on your loss of this wonderful woman. I met Cheryl through our involvement with our work in histotechnology well over 30 years ago. We shared so much about our profession and the simple joys of life, reading, knitting and travels. She was very proud of her family, her work and her association with our professional societies. She loved her visit to Montana with crack of dawn walks to see brilliant sunrises, Yellowstone, and simply enjoying meeting our family. I will miss her not only as a good friend but also as caring person and a professional colleague.

 

Jennnifer Newsham Keeler posted on 2/5/20

I have not seen Mr Goodwin in many years, but will always remember how kind he was to all of us when we were children and invading his home for sleep overs with Lee Ann! He always had a smile for all of us and made us feel so welcome, and was the absolute sweetest man! He and Mrs. Goodwin will always stay with me as some of the kindest and most generous people from my childhood. Our condolences to the entire family.

 

Cyndia and Jimmie Watford posted on 2/4/20

We are sending up prayers for you and the family.

 

Raymond Rackley posted on 2/3/20

My prayers and happiest of sentiments to the Goodwin family in thinking of the fond memories shared of Mr Goodwin and Mrs Goodwin. Both were so kind to me and our family and remembered for the interest they took in us all! We especially enjoyed seeing the Goodwin family legacies at Church for Christmas with Mr. Goodwin. May our shared memories carry us through until we all meet again in Christ's name, Raymond

 

Henry & Marianne Hebert posted on 2/1/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

 

Henry Hebert posted on 2/1/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

pamela culp posted on 1/31/20

I send my love and big hugs to Phil, Drew, Ryan and family. Sharon was such a sweet and special women inside and out, and that smile would brighten any room. May God comfort you all at this time. Blessings

 

 

Randy & Janet Carnley posted on 1/30/20

A wonderful friend for many, many years. She was special in so many ways. We pray for God's comfort and blessings to the family.

 

Ricky and Vicki Meredith posted on 1/30/20

So sorry to hear of Sharon's passing. Sending up prayers for the family.

 

Craig Huval posted on 1/28/20

Mr. Rodney was always a joy to be around and always encouraged me to follow my dreams. I am a better person for having known him. My sincere condolences to the entire family.

 

Betsy Hooper posted on 1/27/20

Mary, I was very sorry to read about Rodney. You have my sympathy.

 

Edward Habert, MD posted on 1/27/20

Rodney and Mary were friends during college days and we were teammates at LSU. We are sorry to hear of his passing. Rodney and Mary are wonderful people and Judy and I send their family our heartfelt prayers.

 

Ray Pendleton posted on 1/27/20

A good friend when my children and I needed one.

 

Randy Rousseau posted on 1/27/20

Toby, Ginger, and Stephanie, Christine and I were extremely sorry to hear about the passing of Rodney. I realize the difficulty of trying to deal with loss of not only a brother but one that was such a loved person as Rodney. You might have known that he was my confirmation sponsor which made me so happy. I loved your Mom and Dad but Rodney was someone I looked up to as he was a great football player and a super person. My Dad had a special place in his heart for Rodney and I know that he wanted me to grow up like him. What I remember the most about Rodney was his chuckle when he was amused at what Dad would say. All that said, brings tears to my eyes and the wish that I could be there all of you are in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Randy Rousseau

 

Lena Williams posted on 1/27/20

My Condolences to the family. Praying for Comfort.

 

Francis Cavell posted on 1/27/20

My condolences to Mary Odeil and all Rodney's family. He was a great friend, team mate and student. God bless you Rock.

 

Dr Sarah Sloan Kreutziger posted on 1/27/20

Keith and I have great memories of Peter through our times with him in the Louisiana Cursillo community. Peter always proudly announced "Cursillo #1" after giving his name and number. He never failed to receive grateful applause for bringing this wonderful manifestation of the Holy Spirit to Louisiana. We will always be grateful for his service and lively conversations. Our prayers go out to his wife and family during this sad time. God bless you all.

 

Mary V. Gloston posted on 1/27/20

My deepest condolences to the family. I worked with Evans in the Personnel Department at LSU. He was a great boss and really nice person. My prayers are with you all and may he Rest In Peace.

 

John Overmeyer posted on 1/27/20

I worker with Rodney at Ethyl and found him to be an outstanding gentleman. One could talk to him about any problems. A Prince to work with.

 

Earl R. Willis posted on 1/26/20

Prayers to Rock's family, was always a pleasure to work and talk with him about Dem Tigers.

 

Marvin Borgmeyer posted on 1/26/20

I always enjoyed working with "The Rock" at Exxon. My condolences to his wonderful family.

 

John C Gautreau II posted on 1/23/20

Glenn, Randall and Shirley, I am so sorry for the loss of your mother I know it is a great loss to all of you. I moved to Miramar Beach, Florida over two years ago, and willl not be able to make it back this quickly for the funeral. But I am there in spirit with all of you. You were like a second family to me I loved being at the Eberhardt’s especially when Mr. Ed brought me to the LSU football games with you guys and all those Redemptorist basketball games including the state championships days long ago since the school no longer exist. I will be praying for all of you guys and thinking of you for the next day or two Glenn if you’d like to touch base sometime in the future you have my email address below I wish all of you the best in the future. John

 

Sharon Savignol posted on 1/23/20

Michelle, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. I worked with her for many years at TRSL. She was a very special lady and will be missed. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Jimmy Haley posted on 1/23/20

It is with great sadness I learn of Pastor Harrington’s passing. I so very much enjoyed Peter’s pastor ship while serving St Matthew’s UMC in Metairie, La. I very much remember Peter’s first service at St Matthew’s as he Baptized my newborn grandson Cameron, that was 17 years ago. My last memory was his presence at my wife Patsy passing 17 years ago. Peters comforting words to me has always been with me. I am blessed to have known Peter.. Rest In Peace Peter..

 

The Banker family posted on 1/23/20

Rita touched the lives of many people, she was a very special lady. Our prayers are with her family.

 

Toni Gilboy posted on 1/22/20

Dearest Peewee, although your time with Peter was way too short, it was full of love, and you made him very happy! May you feel the presence of Christ beside you and within you, and find comfort in the love and prayers of your many friends and family. You are in my prayers, and in my heart! Your Sister in Christ, Toni

 

Marsha Tilden posted on 1/22/20

Suzanne, Grace and family. I am sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. Obviously, I didn't know anything until this minute. My Aunt Jewell Bailey Varnado asked me today if I knew anything about her. Guess they grew up together in Fordoche. Hopefully, my condolences are better late than never. Sincerely, Lou

 

Debbie Roth posted on 1/22/20

Ann and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Miss Margie always had a smile on her face and was so positive in everything she said and did. I know how much you'll all miss her. Praying for all of you and know that God will wrap His arms around you and comfort you now more than ever before!!

 

Debbie Roth posted on 1/22/20

lsudebbie@aol.com

 

Tracy Field-Rambosek posted on 1/22/20

Ann and family...I am so sorry for your loss...I have such fond memories of Margie!

 

Ron Eubanks posted on 1/21/20

Though I never knew Polly, I vividly remember my grandmother Audrey Tatman Nagle speaking fondly and kindly of her. I have many postcards and greeting cards that she sent to Audrey and I cherish them all as being a part of my grandmother's life.

 

R W Richardson posted on 1/20/20

We offer our sincere condolences to the entire family. Marilyn & R W Richardson

 

Colette Bulber Tanner posted on 1/19/20

Dear Family, I was so saddened to see this posting. Please know that, if we had known, we would have attended the services. "Aunt Co" was a treasure to my mother and to our entire family. Truly one of mom's BEST FRIENDS. You all are in our prayers. With all our love, Colette Bulber Tanner (daughter of Patricia Cavell Bulber)

 

Teri Hossley Tandy posted on 1/17/20

My sincere condolences to all of the Israel an Haik family.

 

Rachel posted on 1/16/20

With open arms you will be welcomed home.

 

MAry Key posted on 1/15/20

Melise & Bob & family- We were so sad to hear the news about Sheryl. We will miss her & her kind, sweet spirit. She was an inspiration to us in everything she did- she had such beautiful style and taste. She was beautiful in every way. May God bless you and comfort you today and always. All our love- Raymond & Mary Sue Key

 

Kaye Etheridge Richardson posted on 1/14/20

Bob,Melisse,Karen , I was crushed to here about Sheryl ...She was one of the sweetest people I know and so caring of others...She was so good to Buster when he was sick and good to Momma and Aunt Jet.. She has such a beautiful legacy..Praying for God to wrap his loving and warm arms around each of yall and give you great comfort... I love yall and wish I could be there... Hallelujah Heaven has a new Angel 🙌🏻🙌🏻

 

Diana LeBlanc Hebert posted on 1/14/20

Patsy this is Deanna. Just saw on Facebook the love of your life has passed. My prayers are with you and family. Time goes by and we all lose touch. But never forgot our childhood and your love for him. God Bless🙏❤️Deanna

 

 

Sharon Cooksey - Lake Mary, Florida posted on 1/10/20

Mamaw Crawford - I will always remember your kind heart and delicious cooking. You always put others before yourself in everything. Your children, grandchildren and everyone loved coming to your house. Even though you are not my mamaw, its what I always called you because of Jude and Jade and you just felt like a mamaw to all of us. We will all miss you and your beautiful smile. May you rest in peace now my sweet one and be an angel by our sides. I ask God to bring comfort to all your family and friends especially Tony. With deepest sympathy,

 

Lan Pham posted on 1/9/20

Our sincere condolences for your loss. Your family will be in our prayers. Psalms 73:26

 

Beverly Katz posted on 1/5/20

Helen was a dear, helpful and compassionate friend. I will miss her very much... Beverly Katz

 

Diane Knox posted on 1/3/20

From your Aunt Diane...I remember the night you were born...I answered the phone when the call came with the news of baby boy Paul. Now you are with my darling Hayden who died 5 weeks ago...miss you always.

 

Cynthia Rogerd posted on 1/3/20

It warms my heart that daddy got this time with all his brothers, like this :)

 

 

Glenn & Patricia Zimmer posted on 1/2/20

Our kind friend Helen will be dearly missed from seeing her every week

 

 

Mandy Owings posted on 12/30/19

For love and support to Donna, may thoughts and prayers be with you and your family.

 

Michael ripple posted on 12/29/19

My two uncles, Dan and Pat Mooney, played football for Coach Farley Day in the early '50's. They always spoke of him fondly. Having such an unusual name always piqued my interest when they were reminiscing about the good ole days and made it easier to commit to memory.

 

Charles M Jones posted on 12/29/19

Ann was a dear friend for almost 40 years. She was a Godly woman whose sweet spirit influenced many people, including me. She and Billy, my wife, Kathy, and I served together in some ministry situations, and our close friendship broadened into our extended families. I’ve missed Billy since his passing in 2006, and now will miss them both. My prayers are with their family during this time.

 

bobby cox posted on 12/26/19

SO MANY MEMORIES, SO MANY LAUGHS

 

bobby cox posted on 12/26/19

man, we had so many memories, not all happy but most. you were like a brother. miss you

 

Cindy Bridges posted on 12/22/19

My deepest sympathies to you Mrs. Paulette and family. I very sorry to hear thr news of Mr. Lawrence's passing. It hurts more when you lose a loved one during the holidays. My heart hurts for you. You and Mr. Lawrence were so kind and it was a pleasure to know and work with you both. I will keep you and your family in my prayers.

 

Peggy LeBlanc-Lewis posted on 12/21/19

Mary, so sorry to hear about your Mom. She was such a sweet lady & I know you took great care of her after your Dad passed. I know you have a lot of memories to cherish! Love, Peggy

 

Gary Reese posted on 12/20/19

Donna, it is with a broken heart that I extend my condolences for the loss in your family. I pray God will provide peace and comfort for you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Yolanda Daniel posted on 12/20/19

With Deepest Sympathy

 

Lyn and Mickey Deville posted on 12/20/19

Kathy, Eddie and family, Our most sincere prayers for all of you. May you find comfort through your faith as you walk this journey of sorrow and a peace in knowing that your beloved Jeffrey is in the loving arms of God.

 

Sherrell Thomas posted on 12/19/19

Donna, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time.

 

Brittany Brown posted on 12/19/19

Will Keep You In My Prayers Mrs.Donna Love You!

 

Deanie Herod posted on 12/19/19

Prayers and deepest sympathy to the family.

 

Connie Beall posted on 12/19/19

Prayers for you Donna and family

 

Dr. Brian Petit posted on 12/17/19

I was so sorry to hear of Mr.Roberts' passing. As his ENT physician, I enjoyed our visits over the years. My prayers and thoughts are with him and his family at this time.

 

WANDA THOMPSON posted on 12/15/19

So sorry to just hear of the loss of Margie. Doctor A and all the kids and spouses, y’all took a family that was away from their families and made us part of yours. Margie always had a special gleam in her eyes and enormous personality. She never met a stranger and was the first to offer help. Don’t know what we would have done without this entire family Margie was special in so many ways and will be sorely missed by all

 

kathy simoneaux posted on 12/13/19

So very sorry about Mrs. Mary Ann's passing. She was so delightful when we talked to her at the dining table with our mother(Una). We'll miss seeing her. Kathy Simoneaux

 

Katrina Wuensch posted on 12/13/19

Remembering Uncle Dick and sending love to you all.

 

 

Nicolopoulos family posted on 12/12/19

We will miss your happy smile and genuine laughter Sumner. We love you for being Sumner, in France and Louisiana. We are all devastated.

 

Jannelle Simoneaux posted on 12/11/19

My deepest sympathy for your loss. Ms. MaryAnn was such a pleasure to know. She was always happy and loved her food. Always a thank you whenever we would do anything for her.

 

 

Cheyenne rushing posted on 12/10/19

Happy early birthday. I love and miss you so dearly.

 

PHYLLIS bell posted on 12/10/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Your Mom was a special person. She will be missed.

 

Willie B Fairchild posted on 12/8/19

Wiley and Ann, my heart felt condolences to you and the rest of your family. Willie B Fairchild

 

Christie Crowell posted on 12/8/19

Sweet Lyndsey, I have always had a special spot in my heart for you. I will always remember you as beautiful, mischievous, funny and sweet. Rest In Peace sweet girl. ❤️

 

Buck Bertrand posted on 12/7/19

''Jay'' was a great guy. Was always smiling and happy. God bless.

 

Jermey posted on 12/7/19

Rest In Peace

 

Cabell Tutwiler posted on 12/7/19

My best wishes and condolences go out to you and your family, Delecia. I know that it’s very hard to lose a father, whom you have always thought of as a rock and to realize that you are the rock now. Loss of a parent may be the way of all flesh, but that realization does not make the loss much easier. So my sympathies go out to you.

 

Todd LAfleur posted on 12/6/19

So sorry for your loss, he was a great person.

 

Louise LeJeune posted on 12/6/19

Ted my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family at this time.

 

Vince Giaccone posted on 12/6/19

C.M., my condolences in the passing of your Dad. May the moments you shared grant you comfort and peace. My thanks also for his service in the U.S. Army in defense of our Nation. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and the Browning Family. God Bless Vince Giaccone

 

Harleaux’s posted on 12/6/19

To Such A Beautiful Woman just met!!! You Gave it all you got no matter what!!! We r born imperfect!!! Only the Good die young!!! Always like r lil chats even the support you gave that day to Help me Help someone & I appreciate you!!! More then you’ll ever know!!! So know ur in a Perfect world an know you’ve became angel in order to handle the situation at hand you will always be loved & Miss!!!

 

 

Brenda Farris posted on 12/6/19

You and your family have condolences. Keep those fond memories in your forever, God Bess you and your family.

 

 

Brenda Farris posted on 12/6/19

Marla, you and your family in my prayers God will give you the strength to endured his loss, Thomas memory will remained in your heart forever. Those fond memories of him, will help you from day to day.❤️❤️❤️

 

 

Jessica Cagle posted on 12/6/19

Lyndsay, I will forever remember your beautiful smile and such positive attitude!!! I know we had our differences at times lol but I thank God that we were actually getting along better than ever before!!! I love you sweet Angel!!!🙏❤️🙏❤️

 

Becky Melancon Sinclair posted on 12/6/19

So sorry for your loss, such a beautiful girl. May God keep you in his arms and bring peace upon your family.

 

Ginger Johnson posted on 12/6/19

So very sorry for your loss. Love, Aunt Ginger and Uncle John

 

Gail Carpenter Davis and Peggy Carpenter (Tommy's cousins) posted on 12/6/19

Marla and Family, you are in our hearts and our prayers. We are so saddened by Tommy's passing. He was such a kind and gentle soul.

 

Letisha Seas Harris posted on 12/6/19

My Deepest Sympathy to the bereaved family.

 

Elaine Perault posted on 12/6/19

She raised a beautiful family. Met Kyle, Karen & Family at St. Andrew’s In Clinton many years ago. They became a part of our family & new us as Mimi & Popie. I am so sorry for the Armstrong family. I pray that they find peace & comfort to know she is in heaven with Mark, Ryan, Anna & Reid’s Popie. I know it comforts me. Love to you all! Elaine (Mimi)

 

 

Lola M Dawson posted on 12/6/19

Deepest Sympathy! the family will continually be in my thoughts and prayer.

 

Cindy Landry (Vaughn and Cynthia's mom) posted on 12/6/19

To Elizabeth and family, I remember your mother well because she and I along with others gave and chaperoned Vaughn and your brother's graduation casino night party which she and your dad so kindly donated their home for; we had many laughs that night watching the graduates having fun. I also remember well how you, Elizabeth and Cynthia spent a lot of time at one another's homes when y'all were in school. I am so sorry for the loss of your mom for her family and friends and pray your memories of the good times will warm your hearts. She was a kind lady and I know she will be missed.

 

 

Ronald Doherty posted on 12/6/19

Thomas was a good friend and co worker for years. He loved his family, adored his wife and worshipped his grandchildren, heaven has definitely gained another angel and will truly be missed by many. Sending love and healing prayers for his family.

 

Jenny Clanton posted on 12/6/19

I enjoyed working with Thomas. He was genuinely a nice person. So sorry for his family I know how much he will be missed .

 

 

Shannon S. posted on 12/6/19

I'm thankful I had the opportunity to know and work with Thomas.

 

 

Lexy posted on 12/5/19

I have to many memories with you but ur forever in my heart and u as a person is my fav. Memory I love you and I'm going to def. Miss u lynds... fly high babygirl..

 

 

Lance Chenevert posted on 12/5/19

Old friend and a great person. You will be missed

 

 

Haley posted on 12/5/19

Praying for yall. Such a sweet soul.

 

 

David Chenevert posted on 12/5/19

Will be missed

 

The Arnett Family posted on 12/5/19

Sending love and prayers.

 

Priscilla Mire posted on 12/4/19

She is as a dear friend who will be greatly missed. We shared so much and at the end of each conversation we ended by saying”I love you “. She spoke lovingly of her grandson John and her granddaughter Kathryn. I am truly blessed having known her.

 

Nancy Hall posted on 12/4/19

Mrs. JoAnn was a good neighbor and friend for 18 years ! I will miss seeing her smiling face , talking at C.B Pennington YMCA or seeing at Wal-Mart shopping !!!!

 

Bob Barras posted on 12/4/19

Lynn, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your Mom. God Bless you all.

 

Pat Donahoe-Bohne posted on 12/4/19

Birdie kicked the habit shortly after this picture - never tempted again! Judy, Mark, and Birdie - neighbors

 

Pat Donahoe-Bohne posted on 12/4/19

Judy, Mark, and Birdie - we had a party for the neighbors with February birthdays. She was the life of the party and hugged everyone there!

 

Pat Donahoe-Bohne posted on 12/4/19

Beautiful lady!

 

Debra Marchal Eidson posted on 12/4/19

My prayers and sympathy to you Lynn and all your family. Ms. Birdie was a wonderful person who would be greatly missed.

 

Kelly Provost Brown posted on 12/4/19

Lynn, so very sorry to hear about your mom. She was a wonderful lady!!!! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family,

 

Anthony & Coco St. Germain posted on 12/4/19

We are so Sorry for the Loss of Aunt Birdie she was a Great Lady and we will surely miss her. I know she did alot for the community and will be missed by all. R.I.P. AUNT BURDIE!

 

Pat Donahoe-Bohne posted on 12/3/19

We will always cherish the good memories that we shared - the decorating for Christmas, the walks, the trips and vacations, the shopping, the laughs and the tears, the phone calls, and just being friends. You will always be part of our family. We love and miss you. Pat and Clyde Bohne

 

 

Janie Mcglocklin posted on 12/3/19

In memory of your loved one.

 

Janie Mcglocklin posted on 12/3/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Please know we are praying for you. May God grant you peace and comfort during this difficult time. Glenn & Janie Mcglocklin, Jason Corvin

 

Charles Logue family posted on 12/3/19

Our deepest sympathy.

 

Charles Logue family posted on 12/3/19

Our deepest sympathy.

 

Dale Jones posted on 12/3/19

Mary was a lovely lady and I am so blessed to have known her. My deepest sympathy and prayers are with all of you.

 

Margo Dilling and Emery Dilling posted on 11/27/19

Dearest Paulette and Family. Emery and I were very saddened to hear about the passing of your dear husband and father Lawrence. I have the fondest memories of Lawrence when we visited your Baton Rouge home on occasions with my cousin, Marlon Braud. Our sincere sympathy to all of you. I know Lawrence will be remembered in so many fine ways. Our best thoughts to all of you.

 

Ginger Giles Emily posted on 11/26/19

Healing Prayers for the Marino Family May God Bless

 

Ginger Giles Emily posted on 11/26/19

Healing Prayers for the Marino Family. God Bless

 

Richard Clement posted on 11/25/19

It saddens me with the death of Lawrence. He was a classmate and friend at St. Anthony of Padua. It is hard to believe we are getting at that age. It is my prayer that the angels bring Lawrence to God and the Grace and Love be with the whole family and lift your spirits up to find peace.

 

 

Jason Coghlan posted on 11/24/19

JASON COGHLAN

 

Peggy Davenport Cook posted on 11/23/19

My sincere condolences to The family.

 

MARGARET MARINO posted on 11/23/19

MARGARET MARINO

 

 

Joe Nastasi posted on 11/23/19

Prayers to Katie, Julius and the family. Brandon was an amazing guy. I know God will take care of him in Heaven 🙏

 

 

Joe Nastasi posted on 11/23/19

Prayers to Katie, Julius and the family- Brandon was an amazing guy and I know God will take care of him in Heaven 🙏

 

Cathy Hansen posted on 11/22/19

Sending love and prayers to this family. ❤️

 

Lisa Loup Jakel posted on 11/22/19

Sally Babin was an educator for the ages.. passionate, patient, loving and the textbook definition of outstanding educator. She impacted my love for teaching, my admiration for art, and the reinforcement of how blessed I am to have known someone like Sally. Blessings and prayers for her family and loved ones.. just think how beautiful the sunsets will be now that she is contributing!

 

 

Susan Moncla posted on 11/21/19

My prayers and sympathy

 

Aleta Barnes posted on 11/21/19

Sally was a smart woman who was never pretentious and was always just Sally. I loved that about her and enjoyed her company when we taught at Sulphur High. She was always willing to help me any time I needed her. And what an amazing champion as she fought Cancer! AAletaI’m sorry for all her family and friends but am so happy to have known her!

 

 

Valerie Forman posted on 11/21/19

Gerry, get those chocolate chip cookies ready for me. I'll see you in Heaven. ❤

 

 

Valerie Forman posted on 11/21/19

 

 

Chris and Tom Noonan posted on 11/21/19

You were a hoot. We always enjoyed seeing you when you visited Connecticut. Our hearts are filled having known you.

 

Lisa Menadue posted on 11/21/19

All my memories of Gerry are happy and fond. She always had such a welcoming way about her. She could pick up conversations like we just spoke earlier that day - even it had been years. Sending you all much love.

 

 

Danielle Belliveau posted on 11/21/19

Mimi was a wonderful Lady. Very caring and compassionate who loved her immediate and extended family and welcomed all to her house. She will be missed.

 

Dr. Karin Hawkins posted on 11/19/19

Our heartfelt condolences to your family.

 

Tim Cagle posted on 11/18/19

Mike counseled me for about two years as I was struggling with a problems with my family and concerns for my child’s welfare. It was clearly evident that he was genuinely concerned. Thank you Mike for your support. You have made a significant impact on my and my daughter’s future. My sincerest condolences to your family.

 

Greg Williams posted on 11/17/19

Miss Mary Helen, David, and Daniel, Becky and I are so sorry for your loss. I have so many fond memories of the time our families spent together.

 

Angie Lakvold posted on 11/16/19

Jennifer and Mike, We are so sorry for your loss. Praying for y’all. Angie and Dave

 

 

Buddy Gillam posted on 11/14/19

It was my honor to serve with Glenn in the US Air Force at England AFB. I was a 19 years old when I arrived at England AFB in 1968 from my home state of South Carolina. Glenn was a couple of years older and he reached out to me and made me feel welcome when I arrived in his beloved state Louisiana. Thanks to Glenn, I was able to "experience" the thrill of a night LSU football game and to also see Pistol Pete Maravich and his teammates play basketball. Still a Gamecock and Tiger fan to this day! May you rest in peace my friend and comrade.

 

Cody Sibley posted on 11/14/19

Greg and I became friends back in the late 1980s - so many stories to tell, all filled with fun times and great memories. He was a great friend to me and was always there to lend a hand when needed. We spoke many times on social media in the last few years and had similar health problems - just one more connection for two old friends. My heart is heavy with his loss and my love and condolences to his family. Greg was a good friend and all that one man could ever ask of another.

 

Gladys Escoriaza posted on 11/12/19

ahora tienes un embajador en el cielo cuidando de ti, de todos sus queridos Mi mad sinceros pesamemes Abrazos

 

 

RayRay posted on 11/11/19

So sad to discover this information today... My heart is broken. My prayers are with you Wendy.

 

Cristobal y Susy posted on 11/11/19

Hilda, nuestro más sentido pésame, Dios les de la resignación y consuelo en estos momentos tan difíciles para toda la familia; estaremos orando por ustedes y por el eterno descanso de su papá.

 

EDDY & Martha Morales posted on 11/10/19

Hilda.No permitas que la tristeza te consuma las pocas fuerzas que tienes después de haber pasado este golpe tan duro. Tienes que ser muy fuerte y no derrumbarte porque hay personas que te necesitan para superar este dolor tan inmenso que aqueja a tu familia”.

 

Irvin Lazo posted on 11/10/19

Mis mas sinceras condolencias Hilda, agradeciendo a nuestro Señor el haberte permitido compartir con tu papa por muchos años. El ya esta con Diosito y pasa de padre terrenal a un Angel celestial para ti y toda la familia. Un abrazo muy fuerte

 

Ernesto & Jeannette Wheelock posted on 11/9/19

Nuestras más sinceras condolencias para nuestros amigos Hilda y Gilberto Hooker y a toda la familia Hooker en general por la pérdida del Sr. Gilberto. Que descase en La Paz del Señor!

 

Yanila Valle posted on 11/9/19

Mi más sentido pésame a ti y a todos los tuyos. Que descanse en La Paz del Señor y que la Luz ilumine su camino. Mis oraciones están con ustedes que Dios les dé mucha Fortaleza

 

Carmen posted on 11/9/19

Hilda, Jennifer ,Gilberto y toda la fam. Que Dios les acompañe en estos duros momentos y les bendiga mucho. Orare por su alma y por la familia.

 

Romy Benard-Rodriguez posted on 11/9/19

Estimada Hilda, Recibe nuestras más sentidas condolencias por la muerte de tu Papá. Extiendo esta muestra de dolor y resignación hacia toda tu familia. Que descanse en Paz tu querido Papá.

 

GLoria Aragon posted on 11/9/19

Hilda, I’m truly sorrow for your loss. He will be sorely missed. Please extend my sympathy to the rest of your family.

 

Karla Fine (Espinoza) posted on 11/9/19

Mi mas sentido pésame a toda la familia. Dios tenga a don Gilberto en su Santo lecho. Descanse en luz y paz eterna.

 

GLoria Aragon posted on 11/9/19

Hilda, I’m truly sorrows for your loss, Please extend my sympathy to the rest of your family.

 

Eduardo Mendez y Familia posted on 11/9/19

Mis Condolencias para todas la Fam , Que Dios me les de Consuelo a todas la Familias Hilda y Fam ,Guilberto y Fam los Acompaño en su Dolor

 

Judith Cormier posted on 11/8/19

I send my condolences to all of Joy’s children and grandchildren. Keeping them all in prayer and thoughts.

 

Judith Cormier posted on 11/8/19

Joy was always very kind to me. I visited her at Williamsburg and she very graciously gave me a very thorough tour because I was considering living there.

 

 

Theda Cary posted on 11/8/19

Butch and I worked together for many years and he always carried the deposit to the bank for us. We all loved Butch and he was so proud of the game he had played. He spoke of his children often and with much love. Butch you are with your Heavenly Father now and all is well. You are with the angels and living in your eternal home. Condolences to all your family and friends. We will think about you often and always with beautiful thoughts..

 

Chris Nevils posted on 11/6/19

There a few people I have ever met that were any more enjoyable to be around. Always kind to me and others. I am so sorry for your loss. Butch and Judy are still the best neighbors we will ever have.

 

Robin Netherland posted on 10/22/19

He will be missed here @ Pete's Tavern . He helped w/our cats , always bringing canned cat food for them . & tried to be here for me. I'm sorry for his family & friends & fur babies . I know we will miss him .

 

Amy Crawford Le Blanc posted on 10/19/19

To all the Lebeaus--I never met Beverly, but I know Bubba and Jake (he's married to my niece), and I know Beverly was special because she made such a fine son, who then helped make her fine grandson.

 

Catherine Rand posted on 10/18/19

Jan, we are so sorry for your loss. Bob was such an inspiration musically at Southern Miss. We are honored to have worked with him for such a long period of time. He will be remembered fondly. Please let us know if we can do anything for you. With great respect! Southern Miss Bands - Catherine, Colin, and Travis

 

Luke Andrew Delaune posted on 10/17/19

He was one of my favorite cousins, thought I didn't see him much. I still miss him, but I'm happy he's in a better place

 

Tanne Wagner posted on 10/17/19

Charlotte and Suzette, I am thinking of you and wish I could be with you at this time. I love you, both.

 

Clude Chustz posted on 10/16/19

She was my first cousin and my godmother. She loved me and I loved her. I will miss her. Every time I saw her I got a big hug and kiss. She was my first cousin and my Godmother. Every time I saw her I got A big huff and kiss. I will miss her.

 

Julie Folse posted on 10/16/19

So happy she was with us that day. We all loved her and will miss her so much.

 

Tandra Schwamberg posted on 10/16/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Tandra (DeCuir) Schwamberg and family

 

Elyse Hackett posted on 10/16/19

I’m so very for your loss. Know that my heart goes out to Beverly’s family, friends and all who loved her.

 

Casey posted on 10/15/19

Alan was a fantastic man. Our friendship began in middle school, as Alan personally taught me to play french horn in concert band. He made one cynical joke, and from then on, we were great friends. He would mentor me through high school, and even become my college roommate while at LSU. I will never forget laughing in his room late at night while watching internet videos or anticipating and testing out his next mastermind innovation. My deepest and sincerest sympathies to his wife and family, I will miss him dearly.

 

Kevin posted on 10/14/19

I just found out that Linas had died. May God keep him and Our Lady intercede for him. He had a great love for Our Lord and Our Lady.

 

Neil J. Boucher posted on 10/13/19

So sorry for all of you in the Dominique family. I remember you all and the great times we had when Doreen and I were over. Thoughts and prayers to all from New Brunswick.

 

Gina posted on 10/13/19

We are so very sorry. Please know you are in our hearts and our thoughts. Love, Travis and Gina

 

 

Tonia luke posted on 10/12/19

I remember when we were neighbors and you use to come through the fence to come play

 

Mae posted on 10/12/19

Amazing how this world works! You never know if a love one will be here tomorrow. Alan was a sweet, kind, gentle soul. This was a tragic event that happen to a wonderful man. So many people will miss him. God you definitely have a wonderful man with you now. Love you Alan you will be miss 💙💙💙💙

 

 

Mary Andollina & Andy posted on 10/12/19

Dear Family, We are so sorry for the loss of your precious Alan. All our love, thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time Andy and I are with you in spirit. God bless.

 

Hazel B. Toler posted on 10/11/19

You are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Please accept my deepest sympathies.

 

Gerard Gambino(Bubba) posted on 10/11/19

My condolences and love to you and your family.

 

 

Cynthia and Jonathan posted on 10/11/19

My thoughts and prayers goes out to the Dominique family, Ana and walter I’m here for you both we love you

 

Ana posted on 10/11/19

Alan please watch over us. We will miss you. This is not goodbye this is I will see you later. I love you!!

 

Beth Altazan posted on 10/10/19

Dear LeBeau's - I'm so sorry for the loss of our long-time neighbor, friend and your mom Mrs. Beverly (lovingly we called her "Bev"). I have a lot of memories of you all and with our Mag Woods family. RIP with love from the Altazan's.

 

Paul Daigle posted on 10/10/19

My sincere condolences to the LeBeau family. May Mrs. LeBeau rest in peace.

 

April Eldridge posted on 10/10/19

The blank canvas of our lives is given meaning only by love's paint. And it's color never truly fades. Sending our prayers and condolences. 💜

 

Janet Fama Devillier posted on 10/10/19

So sorry, Erin. Your son and your family are in my prayers.

 

Eddie E Boniol posted on 10/9/19

Grace was a high school classmate; we graduated in 1948 - the "last of the lucky eleven", meaning there were only eleven grade of secondary school before our graduation. She was also a neighbor of about 1 1/2 miles; our families knew each other quite well. Although not in close contact in our adult years, I have many fond memories of Grace. My condolence to the remaining family.

 

Kathleen McCann posted on 10/9/19

I am sorry for you loss. Praying for your family.

 

Jamie Eikenberry posted on 10/8/19

I’m sorry for your loss. May God ease this painful period for you. Stay strong.

 

Terry Rogillio Chamberlain posted on 10/8/19

I’m very sorry for your loss

 

Mike Sorrells posted on 10/7/19

Prayers for the family of our RHS Class of '87 teammate and classmate. RIP Matt

 

Kristi Thomas McCullough posted on 10/7/19

I graduated with Matt at Redemptorist. I will keep his family in my prayers. This is so sad to hear.

 

Lorice Say posted on 10/5/19

A family emergency prevented me from attending the memorial service and visitation which I so wanted to do. Courtney was a dear friend and fellow choir member at First Presbyterian and I do cherish those memories. Such a joy to be around lifting everyone’s spirits whatever the situation. She was always supportive and encouraging and everyone gravitated toward her. We sometimes rode together to choir which was always a time of laughter and good humor. I hold those days close in my heart as I loved her dearly. I am so sorry I didn’t get to meet and express that to her large family of whom she often spoke with endearment. Her time in this world has left it a better place but she is now in the best place of all and in the arms of our Father.

 

Jack & Sue Grogan posted on 10/3/19

So sorry to hear of Bob’s passing.

 

Ron Bonner posted on 10/2/19

Sorry to hear of the passing of Mr Grace. I was a band student in the late 70s in Burleson High. Mr Grace was a wonderful man and great leader. Always thought very highly of him. RIP

 

Dana Godso Monte posted on 10/1/19

Prayers for the family of our 1987 RHS classmate. You will be remembered always. Love you and miss you brother.. Dana Godso Monte and John Monte

 

Vera Calvin posted on 10/1/19

Jan, so sorry to learn of your loss. Wasn't sure you were still in Baton Rouge. alost my daughter, Lynn, in 2002. Carol, retired from teaching in Joshua in May, 2019.

 

Sandy Davoren posted on 10/1/19

Sending much love to Matt’s family. Denny and I send our deepest condolences. Sandy

 

Kevin Lewis posted on 10/1/19

Jan, I didn't get to know you, but boy, did I know Bob. I still have trouble calling him by his first name- he will forever be known to me as Mr. Grace out of respect for who he was what he did for me. I didn't have a father and I was just gliding through life with no purpose. Mr. Grace came along and became the meanest man I had ever encountered- meaning he was the first man I ever knew that demanded from me more that I had ever demanded of myself. He taught me the value of hard work and strong work ethics. He taught me that just being good wasn't nearly enough when I could be better. I have been a police officer now for 46 years, and many of the values that I lean on to work morally and ethically comes from what Bob Grace instilled in me. I am proud to have been taught by him. I am honored to have learned some of the lessons he tried to impress on us all. God bless you and give you peace in the knowledge that he meant so much to so many BHS band members, and still means the world to a lot of us.

 

Carolyn Smith Franklin posted on 10/1/19

Jan, I am so sorry for the loss of your talented husband. I remember when he and Mr. Howeth came at the end of the year in 5th grade to recruit. I and a lot of others did join. I'm glad I did because I saw and learned from two band directors that showed us hard work, practice, and that you can't hear if your talking - listen when music is playing. Mr. Grace made a lasting impression. I know you will miss him, Jan and will be praying for you.

 

Debbie Devillier Norwood posted on 10/1/19

My sincere condolences to Ms. Jackie and Renee. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. I will never forget him.

 

Merrilee McCay posted on 9/28/19

Frances was always a very sweet lady and a delightful neighbor.

 

Mary Joe Decareaux posted on 9/24/19

Mary, I'm praying for Carol and for you. It was a blessing to know both of you. Carol is in heaven playing boo-ray with "Mama D", "Papa Joe" and Uncle Percy Decareaux.

 

Arthur and Lori Morris posted on 9/23/19

Our deepest sympathies to Mrs. Bernadine and the family. Remembering so many wonderful times with the Persac family growing up.

 

Dr. Tim Mooney posted on 9/22/19

I enjoyed working and teaching with Carol at Seton Academy in New Orleans. May she be of blessed memory.

 

Parker and Nancy Debenport posted on 9/22/19

I can't believe it's been 28 years since your wedding. Such a fun time. Charles sure could cook a chicken. It is special to remember such a wonderful day and great pool party. We are so sorry for your lost.

 

Rick Creed posted on 9/21/19

Generations of friendship and wonderful memories. In Hoc

 

Jason Lumpkin posted on 9/21/19

I was sorry to hear about Phil St. Amant Passing. He was my accountant for my business Bogalusa Equipment Sales and Rentals for over 40 Years. He was a person with strong beliefs and I learned a Lot from Him. He taught be a lot how to save money being In Business. My prayers go out for all the family. A good person that I want Forget.

 

Carol Butler posted on 9/21/19

Mary I have many fond memories of Carol, and you, during volunteering and lunches. Laughter was always whoever Carol went....she could tell a story. I know there will many vacant spots in your life but oh, the memories you have. Pull them in for comfort. Hope to get to see you in the future.

 

Rachel Jones posted on 9/21/19

A man to always admire. Our deepest sympathies to the family. Sending love your way, Rachel and Chuck Jones

 

Kay Henderson posted on 9/21/19

Stacy and Clint we are so sorry to read of Linda’s passing. She was such a joyful person. We miss you all and pray for your families at this time of mourning. May God bless you. Kay & Saundra Henderson

 

Susan Hom (formerly Wilson) posted on 9/20/19

My dearest Mary My heart is saddened to hear of Carol's passing...I will always cherish the short span of friendship and visits with the both of you while here in La. and Ga...Carol was a warm, funny and loving person and she will be dearly missed and my memories of her shall not be forgotten - may she rest in peace and in the comfort of God's hands. My thoughts and prayers are lifted for her and you - may you be comforted by the wonderful life and times you have shared together. God bless...

 

Gary G de Leaumont posted on 9/20/19

My deepest sympathy to Mary and family.Carol was a generous and loving person who never let difficulties get in her way . She loved life and loved to help others and was a angel on earth.We will miss her love and generosity!

 

Traci M Vedros posted on 9/19/19

Sending prayers to Aunt Mary - and all who loved Carol! We have many great memories of sing-a-longs at reunions and her amazing doll collection!

 

Linda Louise McNabb Shaffer posted on 9/19/19

I was so very sorry to read about Linda Lee in the paper. I knew her from Prescott Jr. High in Baton Rouge back in the '60's. We were majorettes there. Our birthdays were only 4 days apart.

 

Ken Allen posted on 9/18/19

Aunt Lois always had a quick and easy smile and a wonderful disposition that made me feel comfortable and loved in her presence. Like many others, Kathy and I will miss her and hope that she has now found the peace that she so much deserves.

 

Don Allen posted on 9/16/19

I have fond memories of Aunt Lois. She always had a smile, a great sense of humor, and a genuine affection for those around her. She will be missed.

 

Elizabeth (Washer) Bell posted on 9/16/19

Lois (Grandma) was a huge part of my life. Her home was a second home for most of my life, living next door for a large portion of it. Even moving to England, I would Facebook call my mother just to talk to my grandmother if I missed her. It was heartbreaking to watch the woman of grace and sophistication mentally lose herself to dimentia. But she now knows peace. She and her big warm hugs will be greatly missed.

 

Nancy Bruce posted on 9/15/19

Lois was a very loving sister and a great influence on my life with her care in early years and faith and generosity later. She will be missed very much by those of us who loved her.

 

Melanie Broussard and your family at Central Pools posted on 9/14/19

Your family is in our prayers. Although I met Jeanette at the start of her battle she was certainly a sweet and loving lady.

 

ray and nancy allen posted on 9/14/19

to my sister in law we have had many good times thru the years and ray and i will miss you so much rest in pe ace dear sister

 

ray and nancy allen posted on 9/14/19

to my dear sister in law we have had many good times together thru the years and ray and i will miss you so much rest in peace dear sister

 

Ruth Nelson posted on 9/13/19

Bob Powell was one of the most professional and gracious colleagues that i worked with during my positions at LSU and Acadian Advertising. He was so creative during our projects for sponsorship with Rice University and Special Olympics Louisiana. Piccadilly was lucky to have had him for so many years. God Bless you Bob and sorry to hear about his passing.

 

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Donna Esnard posted on 9/11/19

You never had to wonder where you stood with John B. He shot from the hip, didn't sugar coat anything, and I respected and admired him for that. He loved and appreciated all of God's gifts of nature...gardening, wildlife, sunsets, his loyal and beloved dogs. It is such a comfort to know that he is surrounded by those gifts now. I'll always remember that tight hug he gave me 5 days ago and the words he spoke. Love ya Brother-in-Law. You did good work here.

 

Frank hidalgo posted on 9/11/19

Hugh and Terri I’m so sorry to hear about the lose of your Mother . She sounded like a very special lady. I’m sure she was a blessing you.

 

Rene Esnard posted on 9/11/19

John B., better known as J.B., was a devoted husband to Susie Esnard; a role model father to his two children, Trey and Kristen; a brother loved by Rickey, Rene and our departed Danny Esnard and loved by all his family and friends. We will truly miss you my brother. May you rest in peace and watch over our next fishing trip.

 

Rick Rabalais posted on 9/10/19

So sorry for your loss.

 

 

Judy McCasland Micelle posted on 9/9/19

I am sooo very sorry to read this obituary today...her birthday! I was about to send birthday greetings when this was posted. Now that I have moved back to the Northshore, I was also hoping to touch base with her again. It saddens my heart. Elaine was such a free spirit...I remember her from middle school. She lived not far from me and we tried to stay out of trouble together many times. Her family moved. So we succeeded! I remember Mr. Thomas in the seventh grade scolding us both for crossing and swinging our legs. Guess we were always itchin' to get out of there. I have fond memories of her. My condolences to her family.

 

Emily Hester posted on 9/9/19

My heart is so sad this morning to learn of Dr. Tucker's passing. I worked with her on the Jump$tart Board and always enjoyed spending time with her. She was a class act, passionate and kind. Heaven gained a woman who will contribute to making it a better place like she did here on earth.

 

Lorrie Faucheaux posted on 9/9/19

So sorry to hear about the loss of our dear friend Jeanette. She always had a smile and a hug. She will be greatly missed by the La Jump$tart Community.

 

Deidra Cole posted on 9/9/19

Susie was so sweet. I'm sorry for your loss. You're in my thoughts and prayers. May the Lord give you comfort and peace in your hearts.

 

Marcus’s dad posted on 9/9/19

Marcus You Are A Super Chess Player!!!! ...I Never Would Let You Beat Me You Finally Did Beat Me ....And You Went On To Beat People All Over The World!!!!!

 

 

Catrinel Jordan posted on 9/8/19

Keeping the memory of fun days spent together at the Ag Center close to my heart! ❤️

 

Marcus’s dad posted on 9/8/19

I Am Moving My Funeral Service From ...Rabenhorst To Rose Lynn Funeral Home In Lutcher,La. ....As You Know, God Appeared To Me In Cozumel,Mexico One October Night ... Many Years Ago When We Were Around Around A Bonfire 🔥 ....It Was A Full Moon, No Clouds Just Stars....The Sky Turned White ...Brilliantly White & A Booming Deep Voice Said: “John Get Up Off Your Knees ....And Stop Crying...From This Day Foward Your Name Is Emmanuel Juan And YourJob Is To To Have Other People See God Through Me”

 

Marcus’s dad posted on 9/8/19

Marcus.....I Still Miss You So,So Much...Your ...Family Will Never Get Over Our Loss I Talked With Laura Yesterday & She .....Called Me John...Which Made Me Feel Good ....I Want To Get A Vasectomy Reversal ASAP...I Know You Always Said: Science .....Is Your God & I Now Understand What You Mean .....I Know How To Have You Reincarnated And Bring You Back Home To Everyone ....Thanks For The $80K Insurance Money As You Know Laura Gave Me,Holly ...Leigh Ann , And Your Mom $10K Each I Have Invested My $10K With Leigh Ann ....And I Get $330 Per Month & Still Have My Principal!!!!! .....Thanks Marcus!!!! I Am Running For President Of The United ...States Of America As I Am Certain You Know .....I Need Your Vote & I Need Your Advice I Feel Bad That I Was Not There To Catch ....You When You Fell Out Of That 3rd Story Window In Munich Germany ....Back On July 11th Of Last Year You Are So,So Talented & Loving .....Marcus And I Am So Proud Of You Marcus!!! ......You Are The Best Son God Has Ever Given .....Holly Boo Recently Lost Precious Boo Boo In Marksville As You Know .....You Remind Me So Much Of My Dad “So You Are The Mother Of Those Smith ...Kids” Your Mom Was Often Told Henry Ford & George Patton Believed In .....Reincarnation & I Do To Holly Went To A Wedding In Lafayette,La. .....She Is Writing My Book “It’s Not My Fault” .....I Am Pre Qualifying For A V.A. Loan For Dr. Kenny Oswald’s Home On ....Conestoga In The Back Of Comite Hills....Over 4000 Sqare Feet ....Swimming Pool & It Also Has A Pool Table!!!! .....I Remember Getting Calls Almost Every Day From The Brother In Charge ...Of Discipline At Catholic “Dr. Smith... You Won’t Believe What Your Son Has Done...Please Come Pick Him Up ...ASAP” I Would Come From Work, Get You & Never Say A Word To You...

 

Cora (Lee Perryman) Williams posted on 9/7/19

I went to school in Lafayette, Louisiana, with Gus. I was in the eighth grade and Gus was a graduating senior. What a powerhouse of talent he was. He was tall, good looking,and loaded with personality. Gus was captain of the football team, he could sing opera and sing very well. He could act, debate, draw and was an excellent student. I think I remember that he was president of the student body. He was very kind to me and I adored him. I just knew that he was going places in this life and it was a joy to follow his rising star through the years. The world was truly blessed to have been granted the opportunity of sharing his presence.

 

Johnny, DeeDee, Stephen & Clint Myshrall posted on 9/7/19

Mr. & Mrs. Dobbins were my 2nd parents, and the boys my brothers. They always made me feel at home. When she would make one of her famous pies the boys would have to wait for meal time before having any…unless I came over. Mark would call me, “Mom is making a pie”. My response, “I’m on the way.” As soon as I’d walk in the door, Mrs. Dobbins would say, “Hey Johnny, I just pulled a pie out of the oven, have a seat, I’ll get you and the boys a piece.” It always worked. On December 31, 1972, while at their house she broke the bad news to Mark and I about the passing of Roberto Clemente…we cried. I also remember the summer of 1973, Howell Park, I was pitching against Mark’s team. Mark came up to bat and Mrs. Dobbins was yelling encouragement to him as he strode to the plate, and just before my first pitch she yelled, “Johnny, you better not hit Mark.” As an adult, the Dobbins’ embraced my wife and children and made a lasting impression on them. We all remember her Texas Turtle Brownies (we still have her hand-written recipe card). Mrs. Dobbins, you are highly esteemed in my family, we will always love and remember you. Give Mr. Grover and Sherman a hug for us. “A good name is more desirable than great riches; to be esteemed is better than silver or gold.” (Proverbs 22:1). Mark, Marty and Matt, we love you all and wish we could be with you. Johnny, DeeDee, Stephen & Clint Myshrall

 

Eugene Miller posted on 9/6/19

We will always remember Janie and Grover but especially the three years together working with us in California. They brought Louisiana and LSU to the West Coast. They will be missed but are together again in a wonderful place!

 

Nancy Harrington posted on 9/6/19

A beautiful example of a loving Aunt. We share many memories of life on the farm with my mom Inez and sisters and cousins. Gods blessings to you my cousins. Praying for her soul..

 

A. Patterson posted on 8/31/19

Dr. Hebert has left an imprint within our community that shall not be erased. Truly, he has exemplified True Love for all mankind. I pray that Mrs. Hebert will smile as she remembers his unfailing love and his relationship with Christ. May God's peace reign in your life today, tomorrow, and always.

 

Nita Porta Kees posted on 8/28/19

Clara was so very dear to myself and to all of the Class of '58 at SJA. She will always be remembered as sweet, always smiling Clara. I know she is smiling to her Lord and Saviour this and everyday through eternity. Rest in peace, dear friend.

 

Michael Austing posted on 8/28/19

I was saddened to hear of Colonel St. Amant passing. He was our accountant when we had Austing Claims Service in Baton Rouge in the 1980s. I loved to get him talking about his days with the OSS in WW II. Rest in peace, Soldier, from a former US Army MP Staff Sergeant!

 

Debbie Kranske posted on 8/25/19

To the Buquoi family, My condolences on the death of Mrs. Buquoi. I remember her with fondness from many many years ago when I would come to her home with my grandfather, Edwin Breaux. He and Charlie were carrier pigeon buddies. She always made me feel so welcome , one of the nicest people I had ever met at that time. God bless you all.

 

 

Georgia Michalski posted on 8/23/19

“I loved you then ; I love you now; I’ll love you always “

 

 

Georgia Michalski posted on 8/23/19

shewantsyourstoo@yahoo.com

 

anne james posted on 8/22/19

Dear Carmouche family Dear Ann I am so sorry to hear about George, I have been out of town, and just got back this morning, otherwise I would be there to pay my respects. George was a wonderful man, I cut his hair for many years.... We loved to talk politics, I will miss that, and I always valued his opinion..I know he loved music, and especially golf.. It was not a good day , when he could not be on the golf course. I know he loved his family, and enjoyed family trips, (especially) California and Africa.. He was a good man, Deepest sympathy Anne James

 

Mark Boulanger posted on 8/22/19

Mike was a wonderful colleague and a loyal and trusted friend. He will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. May he Rest In Peace !

 

Sue Herbert Alford posted on 8/21/19

Ann, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this very difficult time.

 

 

Jennifer Easterly posted on 8/21/19

Jimi Wood: truly one of a kind ... great friend, great conversationalist, blazingly unique and authentic individual. I’m so glad I got to meet you and cherish all the times I got to be in your company.

 

Bette Sobel Vidrine posted on 8/21/19

Ann, I am so sorry for your great loss. May the love of our Lord Jesus and the Holy Spirit comfort you in this hard time. Keeping you in my prayers.

 

Gary Mathews posted on 8/21/19

I will miss you, Jimmy! You were always sunshine. R.I.P., my friend.

 

Andy Parrino posted on 8/20/19

Alex, I was saddened to hear that your father passed away. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Fred Drew posted on 8/19/19

This country has lost a great Patriot in Col. St. Amant. He also was a wonderful neighbor and friend to my family. God Bless to you Alex and Phil.

 

 

Cousin Grace Dedon Kennedy posted on 8/17/19

Cousin Edna: I am lighting a candle for you that will burn bright in my memory of you until I will one day join you in our Heavenly Home !! Thank you for always giving me support in every situation concerning my job of taking care of our family cemetery, you always had my back and I will not forget it !!

 

Dan Convery posted on 8/15/19

Jim's brother, Mike, and I were classmates at St. Bernard's and Creighton Prep in Omaha. My condolences to Jim's family and the entire Fisicaro family. Rest in Peace, Jim.

 

Ron Bruno posted on 8/15/19

Very sorry to hear about this. Jim and Mike are my second cousins, from Sara Fisicaro, my grandmother's sister ( Angela Bruno). Jim and I went to the same high school (Prep), and worked together a bit at Fort Calhoun, and we both spent our careers in the nuclear power industry. We discussed family genealogy from time to time over the years, and I always enjoyed our discussions. I am very sorry for your loss. Ron Bruno

 

 

Robert Langlois posted on 8/14/19

so sorry for your loss of a loved one

 

Cousin Grace and Michael Kennedy posted on 8/14/19

Cousin Edna, I will always treasure the times that we shared together in person when you would come down here and for the many times we spent on the telephone talking about the family. You were and always will be special to me and I know that you are enjoying your time now in Heaven being with your family again that you loved very much. I look forward to the time that I will see you again !!

 

 

Mary Tillman posted on 8/14/19

Precious friend

 

Mike Planchard posted on 8/13/19

John. Mark. Todd, and Kathy - so sorry for your loss. Sending condolences to you and loved ones. May Wendy rest in peace. We all grew up on Glenda Dr in the mid-late 60s into early 70s before we moved away. We are cousins. Sorry we've lost touch over the years. I wish you all comfort in your time of loss.

 

 

Dana Hebert (DiBenedetto) posted on 8/11/19

May Wendy's sweet soul rest in peace.

 

Jessica Johnson Davis posted on 8/8/19

My prayer for God's peace and comfort as you treasure the memories. Our families had some fun ones together on the Gulf Coast. I still use the lamp that I filled with shells that we "cleaned" out the creatures!

 

Rose marie browning steele posted on 8/7/19

I am the daughter of donalds uncle eddie and aunt rosalie browning. We were close when we were young as we went on vacations together and visited a lot. He was a fun cousin and we had some good times. There are such good memories of those times.

 

Vannie Marlin Browning posted on 8/7/19

Donald was my first cousin and a great one he was. I always saw him a funerals of his first cousins . I always admired him of being able to touch all seven continents. He always had such a kind and pleasant disposition and showed interest of what was going on in my family. He was a good Christian and good public servant. I now live in Utah but have pleasant memories of my dear cousin.

 

Bill Johnson posted on 8/6/19

I have great memories of the Browning family... the love they had for each other and for friends. Mr. Browning was a shining example me. Peace and love to all the family.

 

Kitty Courts posted on 8/3/19

Miss Sue, the Alllain and Boudreaux Families, My deepest sympathy and condolences to Everyone. I have wonderful Memories of growing up with Virginia, our dance recital held on Easter Sunday at the Jeanerette High School auditorium, our play dates, attending Birthday parties, especially the joint Birthday party hive by Virginia and Msrgaret Brown on a cold January day, and our visits at Cypremort point. Remembering Everyone in my thoughts and prayers

 

Kitty Courts posted on 8/3/19

I remember Virginia and I with our daughters on a play date at her home on the banks of Bayou Teche in Jeanerette

 

Kitty Courts posted on 8/3/19

Miss Sue. My deepest sympathy and condolences to you and the Allain and Boudreaux families, i.have wonderful memories of growing up with Virginia, our dance recital had on Easter Sunday, our play dates and Birthday parties, especially the joint Birthday party given with Margaret Brown, and visiting at our camps at Cypremort Point. Rembering Evrryone on my thoughts and prayers

 

“Oggie” Olga Simoneaux posted on 8/3/19

Virginia was a true friend to everyone she crossed paths with. She was strong and a fighter throughout her battle ALS. We will always remember Virginia and have some great memories with our dear friend. Our luncheons and Pokeno play dates won’t be the same without her. To her daughters and their families, I send much love and prayers as you heal from your loss! Just know that she was a special lady and we will all miss her smile and love🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

 

Jeff Curtis posted on 8/3/19

Hey, big guy. While cleaning up some old files I found the letter I received from your CO telling me about your death. I still mourn for you bro and wish we had gotten that opportunity to go fishin. Rest well proud warrior, until we meet again.

 

Lynn Thune posted on 8/3/19

Thank you Virginia for your love of life, family and friendship. I will hold you in my heart forever.

 

Lynn Thune posted on 8/3/19

Thank you Virginia for your love of life, family and friendship. You are a special lady. I will hold you in my heart forever.

 

Keith and Maria Horcasitas posted on 8/3/19

Prayers and condolences for the Family ....

 

Keith and Maria Horcasitas posted on 8/3/19

Prayers and condolences for the Family ....

 

Steve Windham posted on 8/2/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Ray and I know how hard it is to accept and still miss Tod every day. We try to remember all the good times we had together. What I remember about Scott is he was always so kind and polite. His smile would light up a room and he was a joy to be with. Your family is in our prayers. Love, Steve & Ray Windham

 

Claude and Linda McGinnis posted on 8/1/19

We are so sad at the passing of our "Patti". We love her and will miss her. Ed and Family, our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

dad posted on 8/1/19

Marcus....I Have Not Seen Arianna Since I ......Asked Her To Marry Marry Me!!!!

 

dad posted on 7/31/19

Last Monday Was My 72nd Birthday...Thanks For The Birthday 🎂 Wish ......I Asked Ariannaush If She Would Marry Me And She Said Yes!!! Decon Robert Kush .....Will Officiate Arianna Is

 

dad posted on 7/31/19

Marcus Figured Out How To Find The Correct Combination To The Combination ....Locks On The Lockers Of The Other Students And He Would Take The Locks ......Off And Sell Them Back To The Original Owners !!!!

 

dad posted on 7/30/19

Marcus Ran Through The House One Day ....A Pack Of Prophylactics When He Was Dating Amanda!!!

 

dad posted on 7/29/19

Marcus Was Dating A Girl By The Nane ......Of Amanda....She Was Blonde, Short And Had Biig Breast’s.... .......Today Is My Birthday 72 Years Young....

 

John L. Pearce posted on 7/29/19

Requiem æternam dona ei, Domine, et lux perpetua luceat ei. Requiescat Linas Joseph Sanchez, Jr., in pace.

 

dad posted on 7/28/19

Marcus Could Play The Electric Guitar 🎸 ....And The Acustic Guitar

 

 

Angie posted on 7/28/19

You are ALWAYS in my heart....I will Always love you!!!

 

Macus’s dad posted on 7/27/19

Marcus Got A Unicycle As A Gift And He .....And He Rode It In The Christmas Parade In The City Of Central And He Also Bounced ......A Basket Ball As He Rode Behind My Office Float That His Sister Leigh Ann & ....A Friend Were In...They Were Singing Christmas Carols....,

 

Damon Bamburg posted on 7/27/19

Childhood friend/neighbor

 

Gayle and Ike Boudreaux posted on 7/27/19

Tim, we are so sorry for your terrible, tragic loss. Know that your Farm Bureau family is grieving for and with you and your daughter

 

Marcus’s dad posted on 7/26/19

......One Time Marcus And I Were Riding Motorcycles With Scott Salinas...Marcus’s Motorcycle Fell Down And Was Going Around In Circles on The Ground....Van Gurineo Picked Up Marcus’s YZ-250 (Very Fast & Marcus Was A Very Good Rider),.,,Marcus Later Asked Me Why I Didn’t Pick Him Up.....I Told Him That I Knew He Was OK ....And It Was A Good ....,Leson For Him To Learn How To Take Care Of Himself.....

 

John McHugh Smith,DDS posted on 7/26/19

.Laura .... Please Call Me 225-954-6313..Thanks

 

John McHugh Smith,DDS posted on 7/25/19

Laura ..If You Are Reading This ...Please Call ....Me 225-954-6313 .....225

 

Marcus’s dad posted on 7/25/19

When Marcus was a Pre-Teen Our Family .....Had Gone On A Camping Trip And We We’re All Riding Our Bikes Through The Woods And There Was A Big Ravine That I Had Edged My Bike Down To About 40 .....Feet From The Top And When I Looked Up Marcus Had Started Down And He Was .....Headed Down And Was Building Up Speed....I Leaned Over And Tackeled Him .....If He Had Hit A Tree...It Would Probably Have Killed Him.....

 

Marcus’s dad... posted on 7/24/19

Marcus was point Guard on his Basketball .....and He Did the High Jump & Pole Vault For Catholic High...He was Good and He Was Following in His Great Uncle’s Footsteps...,Pfc John Anthony McHugh...who was killed by a Sniper in The Phillapeans the day before WW II Ended.... Somewhat of a Parallel.....My Great Uncle’s Mother (Helen) Never got Over Her Son’s Death and I can empathize With her After Loosing My Marcus. My Grandma wanted my Mother to give me To Her and My Grandma ended up basicly Being My Mother......

 

Marcus’s dad posted on 7/24/19

Marcus I look you up on the WEB ...Kiss your picture and say:my precious SON...and Read YOUR Obituary and Cry...Every Morning & Night ....,and then I add to His Time Line....I will always do this...even after I die....

 

Marcus’dad... posted on 7/24/19

eWhen Marcus was in grade school at St. Alphonse’s..,He read every book in in the Library and then read some college books... He always was an amazing Person!!!!

 

Marcus’dad... posted on 7/24/19

Marcus always flipped His “Plug” around as ......as soon as it was put in his mouth it was comical....and we would all laugh. .....once Marcus and I were racing Scott, Sherry,and Kristian Jesson. We were in Our .....green Subaru...We passed them...and Marcus turned around and Yelled: Go dad!!! .....Sherry Richard told me frequently that Marcus was a Special Kid!!!!

 

Jo Mango posted on 7/23/19

He sounds like an amazing human being. A kind, wise and gentile man. I wish I would have known him.

 

Marcus’s dad posted on 7/22/19

Marcus was always into mischief...He once hit His friend with a spit ball...Taylor Scrantz yelled: “you Bitch” and got in trouble and the teacher thought Taylor was callin her s Bitch!!!! The Bother in charge of Discipline yourwould call me almost every day and say Doctor Smith “you won’t believe what your Son has done now!!! Please come pick him Him up!!! ASAP

 

Dr, John McHugh Smith posted on 7/22/19

Marcus had so many friends his funeral was ....packed with people from all over....

 

Dr, John McHugh Smith posted on 7/22/19

Macy’s Had a great sense of humor...he was ......Always into mischief...he...0nce hit his lifetime friend Taylor Scranton in the head with a spitball at school ....Taylor yelled: “You Bitch” and Taylor got in trouble because the teacher thought Taylor was Calling her a Bitch!!! I would get a call from Catholic High almost every day and the Brother in charge of charge of Discipline Would say: “Doctor Smith you won’t believe what your Son has done now...please come pick him up...,I would .....go and pick him up and I never said a word to Marcus about what Marcus had done.,,,,,He didn’t try to hurt anyone....just Mischief......

 

Emmanuel Juan posted on 7/21/19

I will get a Vasectomy Reversal soon....I know how to get Marcus out of the time Warp!!!!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

 

Emmanuel Juan posted on 7/21/19

Marcus was always climbing....if he could a toe hold anywhere on his bed he was out and gone....He once climbed a ladder I had against my parent’s home and He was about 15 feet up when I saw him... I said: don’t move Marcus and I went up and got Him....

 

Juanita McKay posted on 7/21/19

I am so sorry to hear about Mrs. Cathy. She will truly be missed she was such a sweet person . I am glad that I got a chance to know and love her. I wish I could have came to the service to show how much she ment to me. but I did not find out until today after 12. You will truly be missed.

 

Tonya Watts posted on 7/20/19

I am so sorry to hear of Mrs. Cathy's passing. I truly enjoyed working with her & cried when she retired this past January because she helped me in so many ways. Heaven gained a beautiful angel! Prayers for comfort for the entire family.

 

Heather Salpietra posted on 7/20/19

I sure miss sitting on the patio with you when I was young, watching the humming birds. Eating breakfast with you and maw maw on Sundays, these memories always bring a smile to my face, miss and love you paw paw.

 

Dr. John McHugh Smith posted on 7/20/19

Marcus was born on December 15th 1992..He was the Largest Baby in the Nursery..... His Pediatrician Dr. Pierces Told us at once that did we realize that he was extremely Intelligent ....I named him Marcus Gray Smith.,.,,His paw paw Gray came and Looked at him and said Marcus ..,,No he Did not have the “PUNKIN” shaped head That Paw Paw Gray had.......Marcus peeded All over Dr. Piers face & cheats at his 1st Check up....He was born at Woman’s Hospital ...Dr. Brown was the OB....I was in the Operating Room when he was Born... Dr. Brown and I were the first Ones to see Marcus❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ Via C-Section.......H

 

Jackie Munson posted on 7/19/19

Cathy’s albino haired friends needed a frosting touch-up in high school so we talked her into letting us frost hers too! Never forget that Cathy’s hair was so black it was blue and down to her waist! When we peeled that plastic cap off her head, “Sunset Orange” was the color! We raved about how great it looked lying through our teeth! Mrs. Santos grounded Cathy and Cathy fired us! Cathy and I share the same birthday which is probably why I had any hair left at all the next day! We laughed about this 2 months ago! She was the best!

 

 

suzi cook sylvester posted on 7/19/19

Mirs. JoAnn Our hearts go out to you from Atlanta---please know we are always here for you.

 

Jerry Fertitta posted on 7/19/19

I remember attending Tristan's wedding. We were in the next room when an Elvis tune was being played and sung. To our great astonishment Tristan was singing it to Becky. Wow what a voice. Our hearts and our prayers go out to your family Clint and Jo Ann.

 

Dr. John McHugh Smith posted on 7/18/19

Laura is a Beautiful Lady Marcus...You Have . ... Great Taste!!!

 

Dr. John McHugh Smith posted on 7/18/19

Science is your God and I now know how to ..,get YOU out of the Time Warp!!!’❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

 

Dr. John McHugh Smith posted on 7/18/19

Thanks for the $80K life insurance policy . ....,Laura gave me $10K...I will invest it with Leigh Ann and I will get $300 a month!!

 

Dr. John McHugh Smith posted on 7/18/19

This is close to the one year anniversary of your death..,I now understand what you mean when you say: Science is Your God.,, You are so intelligent Marcus...and I now Know how to get you back for everyone that Loves You...and I will bring You Home....

 

 

Nicole Spell posted on 7/17/19

Rest in peace

 

Anne Johnston posted on 7/17/19

Tony, I am so sorry for your loss. You neighbor Anne Johnston

 

Natchez Housing Authority Board of Commissioners and Employees posted on 7/16/19

Mr. Morgan, sorry for you loss. We know that you was very close to your sister. You have been a member of the Board Of Commissioners for over 20 years and we would like to express our heartfelt sympathy to you and your family during your loss of your loved one. Natchez Housing Authority Board of Commissioners & Employees

 

Larry Meek posted on 7/16/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Comfort and peace to you and your family. Larry Meek. (Friend of Eric Sleigh)

 

Gary S Mertz posted on 7/16/19

John was a great friend of the Istrouma Area Council, Boy Scouts of America. John will be missed greatly.

 

Jim Brown posted on 7/16/19

John was a dear friend for many years, and always gave me sound advise when I was Insurance Commissioner. I so enjoyed our regular lunches right up to the past few months. He was such a committed church and civic leader. I will miss him dearly as will so many friends and people that he reached out to. God Bless you John.

 

Larry Bankston posted on 7/16/19

To Johnny and Tatsy-- your dad was good man. To this day I remember him taking a group of small boys to the LSU football games. He put up with all of us growing up. Please express my thoughts to your mother and the rest of the family.

 

Nadine Tullier posted on 7/15/19

Myrna and family, I am so sorry to read about Marlene's passing. My prayers and thoughts are with you. Nadine Tullier

 

Joe Leavines posted on 7/15/19

I worked with Jim at River Bend and remember him as a man of integrity whose actions were guided by his faith in Christ. I am sorry to hear of his passing and pray you find peace.

 

Bill Jones posted on 7/15/19

Jim and I worked together on the operation of the Fort Calhoun nuclear station He was always helpful with his insights

 

Anne and John McGaha posted on 7/14/19

Dear Lucia, We were distraught when Brian responded to a recent email where we hoped to visit with Jim and you on an upcoming trip to Baton Rouge. We are truly saddened by the passing of Jim, and our heart goes out to you. We think of the two of you as two of our true friends in this world. We prayed for both Jim, you and family during mass today at our parish church. Feel free to call on us at any time. We hope to see you soon. Anne and John McGaha

 

Dr. John McHugh Smith posted on 7/14/19

Very handsome.... just like his dad....

 

Dr. John McHugh Smith posted on 7/14/19

I will always miss him...and never forget him even when I die and my funeral ⚰️ is done....

 

Dr. John McHugh Smith posted on 7/14/19

Probably one of the most intelligent and nicest people I have ever known....the most Talented Bipolar Alchoholic,and the most the Most Loving person to have graced this Earth....”Science is His God”...Amen

 

Henry & Marianne Hebert posted on 7/14/19

Dear Brian, Sam and family, Our prayers and thoughts are with you and we are only a phone call away if you need us for anything. You were there when we needed you and embraced us with your love and kindness. I know that you have a deep faith and that will help you get through the hard times, and your memories will keep you close to your father and father in law. You were blessed to have him in your life and he was blessed to have ya'll!

 

John Dutcher posted on 7/13/19

Sorry Tanya

 

Mr. & Mrs. Ray Williams posted on 7/13/19

Words fall short of expressing our sorrow for your loss. It was an honor to have known such a great person. Our sincere condolences.

 

 

Barry Trahan posted on 7/13/19

Thank you for all your positive contributions in life. You will be greatly missed.

 

Francis and Lynette Arceneaux posted on 7/12/19

So sorry to hear about Bernadette. We went to high school together, both Air Force wives. We camped and traveled with Jerry and Bernadette through the SMART group. Long time friends - the family and friends will miss her. Prayers for all. Due to the storm, we will not be going to Baton Rouge from Lafayette.

 

Laurie Metoyer posted on 7/12/19

So sorry for your loss. When I first became a member of St. George when I moved to Baton Rouge in 1997, Mr. Doughty was the first person to ask my name and welcome me to St. George. I admired the way he took care of his wife until her death and he was always a pleasant person to have a conversation with. My prayers are with you all.

 

Brenda an Danny Owens posted on 7/3/19

Our prayers are with all the Langridge an Donaldson family 🙏🏻♥️

 

Sharon Melancon posted on 7/2/19

So sorry for your loss. Glen and I worked together at Stanton’s

 

Sharon Melancon posted on 7/2/19

So sorry for your loss. I worked with Glen at Stanton’s

 

 

Karen Morton posted on 7/2/19

I am sorry for your loss.

 

Robert D Keller posted on 7/2/19

Larry was a great friend for 50 years and I will miss his friendship in the future.

 

hannah voyles posted on 6/28/19

I miss you every day Daddy! You were the best dad ever. I love you.

 

Bo Rodriguez posted on 6/23/19

Mom, I love and miss you every day, I miss your phone calls every morning, I still look at my phone every day waiting for you to call

 

Joe Cormier posted on 6/21/19

Rest in peace, my friend. God Bless you and your entire family.

 

Joe Cormier posted on 6/21/19

May you rest in peace. God Bless you and all family members.

 

Doug Jerome posted on 6/18/19

Thomas, Perry, So sorry to hear about Kimball. He was much too young.

 

 

Michael j. Nolan posted on 6/18/19

Great guy who I had the pleasure of working with at Ascension Hospital. He will be remembered for his great gift of gab, his sincere interest to help others, and his wisdom.

 

Patsy Poché posted on 6/17/19

Danny, Donna, Sam, Amelia, and Libby, I am so sorry for your loss. What a character Pete was! I feel fortunate to have known him through all of you. He was always so very kind when we spoke and was so proud of all you! Sending you love and prayers.

 

Lorraine Prejean Landry posted on 6/15/19

My condolences and prayers are with Mr. Kidd's family. I was a libarian for several years with Mr. Kidd while we were at Lukeville Elemenary School. He had a pleasant out-look on life and I enjoyed the years I was there at Lukeville.

 

Lorraine Prejean Landry posted on 6/15/19

I was a librarian at Lukeville Elementary School for several years when Mr. Kidd was principal. He was kind to everyone and had a pleasant way around people. He was one of the best "over-all" principals I ever worked with. Rest in peace,Mr.Kidd.

 

Michael Kissman posted on 6/14/19

I am a dealer at Wynn Las Vegas. Bo was probably one of my favorite customers to interact with. He was a great person. I miss him. Sorry for the late recognition.

 

 

Rachel posted on 6/14/19

Lillian was my friend on Facebook. She always had something special to say about me and my family. One year she blessed me with the money for a pair of sneakers I wanted for Christmas. She seemed to be a very thoughtful, giving, person. I appreciated her so much and was blessed by her friendship on Facebook. My heart goes out to her family and friends. May the Lord comfort y'all at this time.

 

Dickey and Kathy Myer posted on 6/14/19

Marion was a very good friend and business associate. Our condolences to his family...Dickey and Kathy Myer

 

 

Somer posted on 6/10/19

I am so very sorry for you and your family's loss Eric, prayers for peace and comfort during this difficult time.

 

Mark Hopkins posted on 6/10/19

What a great life. I always admired Book, I am Joe's son.

 

Greg and Irene Hale posted on 6/10/19

We will greatly miss your kindness, sense of humor, and ability to tell the best stories of our youth. You have had a large impact on our lives and you will always be remembered in our hearts and thoughts. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Rea family. Rest In Peace, Mark and God Bless you.

 

Linda Lott Dawsey posted on 6/9/19

So very sorry for the loss of Frank to the Ancona family. I am the granddaughter of Mary Ancona Rizzuto and grew up on North 29th st. I spent all of my life going to the store . I have great memories of all of the Ancona men. Prayers to all the family.

 

 

Catherine Hoffman posted on 6/8/19

Your always in our hearts.

 

Lydia Haile Follis posted on 6/7/19

Curtis, So sorry to learn of the passing of your father. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Lisa Hawkins posted on 6/6/19

My warmest heartfelt wishes for comfort to you all. I remember Amy vividly meeting her at Levee Gallery once when she came to see Ed’s show. When you met her you remembered her. My thoughts & prayers to you, Ed & Dawn

 

 

Marc Duerr posted on 6/6/19

I was saddened to learn of your passing and remember the short visits we had while at his home. Like your brother Randy...you were always fun to be around. I hope you and your family will reunite on the “other side”. God Bless You!

 

 

Mary Morse posted on 6/5/19

What a beautiful, brave woman... You are all in my thoughts and my heart. Much Love. MKM

 

 

Glenn & Claire Rivette posted on 6/4/19

Amy's beautiful smile and spirit will be missed but not be forgotten. We continue to lift you all up in love and prayer so that you may find comfort and peace.

 

Lea Anne Schroeder posted on 6/4/19

I'm so sorry our family is just learning of Mr. Meade's passing. Our sincere condolences and prayers for you as you grieve your loss. Up until recently, our Mama was in the same nursing facility. We enjoyed visiting with him and hearing his stories and silly humor. With his interest in history and music, he always had something to share. One day, he requested a musician play a song that none of us seemed to know. I was able to find it on YouTube for him to hear. He thanked me for that every time I saw him. We will miss seeing him when we go visit the other residents from time to time. In his memory, I leave you with the 1940's song our friend enjoyed so much. Sincerely, Patricia Schroeder and Family https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEyDNTLlRgU

 

Bonita Wheeler posted on 6/4/19

Mrs. Dawn Pinkston, I am so sorry to learn of the loss of your daughter. You may not remember me but I will never forget you. You went out of your way to help me at LA Tech by teaching me a class that I needed to get certified in Library Science. I will always remember your doing this for me when I was having a difficult time. I am praying for you and your family during this time. May God give you comfort. Bonita Wheeler

 

Phyllis Gammill Moore posted on 6/4/19

So sorry for your loss, Mrs. Pinkston. Robert and I are praying for your family during this sorrowful time.

 

Mary T & Jim deBrueys posted on 6/1/19

Dear Ann, Carol, Susan, Scott, & Paul, We are sending our prayers and love to all of you. Jim and I had some sweet visits with your mom over recent years at St. James. Knowing that all of our parents are together again is Awesome, and we will always treasure growing up with your parents and y’all as kids. Thanksgiving dinners and kick-the-can are special memories. You all are the cousins we never had ... so special!

 

Kirk Pareti posted on 5/31/19

So sorry to hear of Aunt Betty’s passing. She was such a kindhearted person, always willing to help others. She will always be remembered. My deepest condolences to all of my cousins and their children. Love, Kirk, Jennifer, Ben & Sully.

 

Juanita Coutee posted on 5/31/19

Susan, our heart goes out to you and your family in your loss. Betty became a very special friend to us when we moved to our new home and we are thankful that we had her as a part of our life during the last couple years. Juanita & Ellis Coutee

 

Mrs Lynn Gan posted on 5/31/19

All of my prayers are with the family. I lost my sweet angel Betty, who I loved dearly. She is with Mel and Jesus. She went right in heaven. She was so good. My love to the family Mrs Lynn Gan and Family

 

 

Miriam Finley ( United Healthcare) posted on 5/30/19

My condolences to the family. May you Rise in Glory and Rest in Peace! Praying for comfort for the family.

 

Richard and Betty morales posted on 5/29/19

Sorry we could not be at the service, but you are in our prayers and hearts.

 

 

Audrey Jackson posted on 5/28/19

Sitting with her at the hospital was a pleasure, she may have been sick but she still had her sense of humor. I asked her what kind of nurse was she, as a nurse was giving her some meds and she very quickly responded “ a damned good one”. The nurse and myself got tickled over that answer. We certainly weren’t expecting that. I may not have known her that long, just since the end of last summer, but it seems like so much longer. She grew close to my heart so quickly. She was a special lady. You will be missed Mom, love you always!,,,,

 

 

Susan Mahaffey posted on 5/27/19

Momma I miss you so so much but am thankful you are with Daddy!

 

BC Lawson posted on 5/25/19

On behalf of the men and women of the 926th Fighter Wing Alumni Association, we offer our condolences. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. We wish rich memories in the days ahead. Cajuns Always Better Than The Best. Chiefs BC & Judy Lawson.

 

James F. Phillpott TSGT (ret) acting 1ST SGT during Desert Storm posted on 5/25/19

ken McMillan was a great personal friend and co worker. He was invaluable in the mission during . Desert Storm. I will miss a good guy that the world had only a short time.

 

Anthony J Molero (Tony) posted on 5/23/19

I had been looking for Ken but could never find anything on him....until today. I was shocked to learn of his passing. Prayers and Condolences for the McMillan Family and Friends. Ken was a real Trooper and was very amiable. Everyone loved him. Ken will be Remembered in our 926th Fighter Wing's "Final Fly By" aka CAJUN MEMORIAM.

 

Nanette Lamothe posted on 5/23/19

Cyndy, I am praying for you and your family. Your Mama was so young! I hope your memories of her will make you smile again. Love, Nanette

 

Diane LeBlanc posted on 5/22/19

Farewell my sweet little Aunt Cindy. We used to have such wonderful times hanging out. You were a cool Aunt. I had a blast camping out at thunderbird beach with you. I'm sorry I wasn't around you for so long. I have some beautiful and funny memories of you and I. You will be missed tremendously. I love you and don't forget to hug everyone in heaven. Watch over your family and send them strength to go on without you. Rest In Peace

 

Sue & Andy Colitzas, family posted on 5/21/19

She was a good wfe,mother,grandmother, RIP

 

 

Elizabeth Lee (Lele) posted on 5/19/19

My prayers are with the family love y’all Beautiful soul 😘🙏🏻🤗

 

Jennifer Hudgens posted on 5/18/19

Lauren, your mom was always so incredibly sweet. She made the best pink lemonade! I'll always remember coming to your house when we were young and how sweet and welcoming she was. My deepest sympathy to your family. I'm so sorry I can't make it to the services. I'm working both days but sending all my love your way!

 

Fred Madison Sr. posted on 5/18/19

Sorry for everyone's loss including her's. She was still young.

 

Stephen Hymel posted on 5/18/19

Lynette: May you rest in Eternal Light and Peace😔💖‼️ Praying for your family and all of us who mourn your passing 😔🌹‼️

 

Chuck Randle posted on 5/16/19

Was so sorry to her of the recent death of Helen. She was such a classy woman, very friendly, and interested in others. I was impressed with her background of which I was unaware She came to our Pensacola Beach Church when I was the pastor and am very pleased I had the opportunity to meet and get to know her. Helen and I send our condolences and love to the family.

 

Yolanda Perrilloux posted on 5/16/19

Mrs. Linda and John, please know I share your sorrow. My heart is heavy for you. Mr. Bob was a very kind man. I will miss seeing him.....Rest in peace Bob, Rest In peace.

 

Gilda Guillot posted on 5/16/19

Dear Erline and Family, So sorry for your loss. He and Jim will meet together in heaven and will wait for us to be together.

 

 

Rita , Nelson & Familia De La Torre posted on 5/16/19

Gracias Maravillosa y Grandiosa Mujer . Vuela, vuela tan alto como puedas , siempre estarás en Nuestros Corazones, Gracias por ser quien fuistes siempre y por amar a todos como lo hiciste , Jamás me olvidaré del ser amoroso y de todo lo que hicisteis por nosotros y muchos más.. Te amaremos siempre "Dulce Mujer " Que en Paz Descanse ... 💕💕💕💕💕

 

 

Warren Hannula posted on 5/16/19

Thoughts and Prayers are with your family during this difficult time.

 

Renee' Chrite posted on 5/15/19

Condolences to my sister Wendy and my lovely niece Leslie from your sister Renee' and the families Chrite, Bell, Sanders and Morrison.

 

Webb McGehee posted on 5/15/19

My condolences to the Arnold family.

 

John White posted on 5/15/19

Lynn, so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. It's good she had such a long and full life. My condolences to you and Little Lynn..

 

Lydia posted on 5/15/19

Debby, Chris and I are so sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family.

 

Bonnye Lambert posted on 5/15/19

Janet, Lynn & Debbie, I am so sorry for your loss. Your mom was one of a kind and I’m sure y’all will miss her. I won’t be able to attend the service, but please know she & her family will be in my prayers. Love to all, Bonnye

 

Vanessa Ward posted on 5/13/19

My deepest condolences to Wendy and the entire Arnold family. On behalf of the Ward (Clarence) family, we send our deepest sympathy.

 

Tove Foss Ford posted on 5/13/19

Mr. Capps was my sixth grade teacher, one of the best. He was inspiring and inspired as a teacher. He encouraged me as a writer - I only wish I had been able to let him know I finally became one. My deepest sympathies to his family, particularly his wife, Judy, who taught me math in the ninth grade (and succeeded, the only teacher who ever did!) I know this condolence is late, but it is heartfelt.

 

John Bateman posted on 5/13/19

I knew and respected Bob for many years. He was always a gentleman who was eager to help. We worked on many downtown projects throughout his career. May fond memories sustain his family and friends during these difficult times. He was a good man.

 

John Bateman posted on 5/13/19

Elsie was one of those rare employees who made life more pleasant every time anyone spoke with her. I had the pleasure of working with her at LNB/Premier/maybe Bank One for many years. She was a problem solver and she always made me smile and I appreciate her gift of a R.A. salve to help when things went bad. Old employees who knew Elsie know what I'm talking about. May fond memories be with the family and friends. She was the greatest!

 

John Bateman posted on 5/13/19

sisjohn@icloud.com

 

Juanice Bacon posted on 5/10/19

I am so sorry for y'all's loss I am just now seeing this. He was a very good friend to my father and to many others. The family continues to be in my thoughts and prayers now and in the time to come

 

L.E. Michael Johnson WRVP posted on 5/10/19

National Montford Point Marine Association Inc. Los Angeles Chapter#8

 

Bob Wascom posted on 5/9/19

My condolences to the family. Played many enjoyable rounds of golf with Melvin and other Chem Plant employees. Since retirement, I have lost track of many old friends. Sorry for your loss.

 

 

Rhondi Orgeron posted on 5/8/19

Steve - my thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family as you celebrate your father's long life. God needed his special talent in heaven but he will forever live on in your hearts.

 

Patricia Gonzalez posted on 5/3/19

All my love and sympathy to the Pierce family. Katie was a force of nature. Her kindness and sweet nature belied a spine of steel. Her perseverance in successfully raising (with never a complaint) five wonderful children on her own was astonishing. I have often thought of Katie and taken inspiration from her fortitude and grace. May she rest in peace.

 

Pat and Jeanne Beatty posted on 4/19/19

We send our sincere condolence to the family. Helen was a lovely lady, and always had a beautiful smileand was a special friend to many.

 

 

Jancie & James posted on 4/19/19

Sorry for your loss

 

Karen Lofton posted on 4/18/19

We were so saddened to hear of Helen’s passing. She sat behind us for many years at Tiger stadium and we always enjoyed talking with her and catching up with her family news. She was a beautiful lady, both inside and out. May she Rest In Peace. Blessings to her family, Karen and Dewey Lofton

 

Jeff and Mistie McNary - Pensacola Beach FL posted on 4/18/19

So sorry to hear about Miss Helen. She was a lovely person and a great neighbor. We will miss her dearly.

 

Vincent Giaccone posted on 4/16/19

Robert, our condolences to you and the McNaylor Family in the passing of Bruce. May the moments you shared grant you comfort and peace. Our thanks for his service in the U.S. Air Force in defense of our Nation. May you all find peace and comfort now and in the days ahead. God Bless, Vince and Rhenda Giaccone

 

Kirstie Watkins, EJ and Miracle Thibodeaux posted on 4/15/19

May condolences is with the family. May God give you strength and guidance through your days of sorrow.

 

David Norwood posted on 4/13/19

Phil and family sorry for your loss. The contact I had with Miss Emily thru years of working with you she was a sweet person. Please keep in touch.

 

Cheryl Engels Rioux and family posted on 4/11/19

To the family of Emily, I was a classmate of Emily's at Baker High School and always thought Emily was a jewel. She was a really sweet and kind person. Praying that God will give you peace and healing at this time.

 

Lisa & Larry Peacock posted on 4/11/19

Condolences to the brown family. Pat had a nice smile and a kind heart. Enjoyed knowing her from our neighborhood Lake Sherwood Acres and the Club.

 

Melvin and Gussie Clause posted on 4/11/19

Claire, Our thoughts and prayers are you, Megan and Joe’s family during this very difficult time.

 

Dot Morris posted on 4/10/19

To the Kling family, sorry to hear about Emily. Have known her for a numbers of years, please know God will take care of all of you. Prayers are being said!

 

Renate and Floyd Shinsky posted on 4/9/19

Frenchy, you may be gone but the memories and stories will live on forever!

 

 

Jensen Holliday posted on 4/8/19

Happy Birthday Baby James. I still think about you every day

 

Bill Hunt posted on 4/8/19

Almost family after DeVane married Margie on July 12, 1944.

 

 

Bob wilis posted on 4/7/19

God bless you

 

 

JOHN M. HATHORN posted on 4/6/19

RIP MAX.

 

Phyllis Hood posted on 4/5/19

Oh Margaret I'm so sorry. You truly were the sweetest woman and I will cherish our friendship. our long bike rides, sitting on your porch drinking sweet tea will always be with me. R.I.P. Always in my heart. Prayers to your girls.

 

 

Matthew boylan posted on 4/4/19

God Bless!

 

Gisela Prinz posted on 4/1/19

Ich habe Frenchy nach über 30 Jahren zur Reunion von Hahn AFB im Jahr 2000 wiedergesehen. Nach all den Jahren war aĺles wieder wie zu der Zeit hier in Germany. Danach haben wir uns fast alle 2 Jahre zu einer Reunion getroffen und er war mit seinen Freunden auch mal wieder auf Erinnerungstour in Germany. Ich werde seine offene Art, sein markantes Lachen vermissen. Seiner Familie wünsche ich viel Kraft. Mach's gut Frenchy Gisela

 

Dolores Sanders posted on 4/1/19

I was grateful to Roland LeBlanc for sending an angel to work for me while i was a manager at Louisiana One Call. Dawn you were a breathe of fresh air. Someone I needed at times I thought I would smother, you would come into my office and talk to me and brighten my day. Same with Roland, come in to do support for us and start with ribbing me, then of course a joke. That laugh, that giggle, was the first thing I thought of when I learned of his death. And of course him traveling 40 miles to dedication for my daughter in krotz springs. Big hug, big, big hug when I saw him there. I love you Dawn and Roland.

 

Kay Harrison posted on 3/30/19

I visited Zoe during Mardi Gras & she was so cheerful, so alert that despite her fragility, I was deceived into thinking her better off. We were tour guides together & shared responsibility for a Lagniappe trip to San Francisco & Napa. A highpoint was when there was a strike at one of the vineyards. Zoe & I got off bus & huge striker asked us to go to Beringer, I think. I looked at Zoe, my expert, & she said, "Kay, too much walking for our ladies." So I negotiated. Do you have material I can pass out? I'll urge group not to shop. The strikers sort of escorted us & when one young man's sign actually came no where near a lady, Boss moved him out of the way, admonishing him "Be Careful!" I told them we were from Deep South & they could do more for Labor Movement helping us out. I think it was a high point for the ladies. Certainly for Zoe & me. A wonderful friend!

 

dennis kraus ,and patricia posted on 3/30/19

life of the party at the reunions rest in peace

 

Jim and Helen Kilgore posted on 3/30/19

Will remember the good times everyone had at the reunions. He will be fondly remembered and very missed

 

David and Nancy Jappinen posted on 3/30/19

Our sympathies to Frenchy's family. David has many "fond" memories of time at Hahn Air Force Base as well as the times when all had a reunion in later years. He was certainly a special person!

 

Jack and Barb Cox posted on 3/30/19

We are so sorry for your loss. We cherish the memories of the Air Force reunions we were lucky enough to attend. Frenchie always made our side trips so enjoyable with his sense of humor. May he rest in peace.

 

Thomas M. Linski posted on 3/30/19

Hahn AB Germany, it was cold and weather beaten but with Roland (Frenchy) around it was warm & cuddly. RIP my friend you earned your STAR!.

 

Armando Limon posted on 3/29/19

We will see each other in the next Parallel or Demension. Adios my friend, “Limon”

 

Armando Limon posted on 3/29/19

The stories we could share. “Roland J.” and I join the Air Force In 1962.we both went through basic training,Tech school. Then we were shipped off to Germany! Good times! We were also sent to Turkey, then back to Germany.We live the Life! Great memories. I will miss you “Roland J.” My crazy friend. I’ll see in the next Parelle the other demension. Adios my friend, “Limon”. (Armando Limon Mesilla NM)

 

Wanda & Glynn Huff posted on 3/29/19

R.J. And Mallie, we are truly sorry for your loss. Glad we got to meet your Dad at your wedding, very, very nice man. May God send comfort to all the family and friends. Our condolences to all.

 

C J Broussard posted on 3/29/19

Years ago I met Roland when we installed a new phone system. He serviced our account. We renewed acquaintances at St Patrick Church which we were original parishioners and he always had a smile. We will miss him and extend condolences to the family.

 

Janie Stokes posted on 3/29/19

Roland, you and Jesse talking, laughing, drinking a beer together, always fun. Sharing a grandson was the topping on the cake. You will forever be a part of our family. Rest In Peace, dear friend.

 

Rick Holmberg posted on 3/29/19

I met Frenchy 56 years ago while in the Air Force. We go through life knowing many people, some are friends, but few are special friends. Frenchy was and will always one of those special people in my life. Bless you Friend, RIP

 

 

Jay and Lourdes Pecot posted on 3/29/19

Rest in peace now with Mrs. Kaiser Big John.

 

James McDaniel III posted on 3/28/19

I will never forget all the things uncle John and au t Carol did for me and all the good memories I had with them my entire life.

 

R W Richardson posted on 3/27/19

I offer my sincere condolences to the entire family.

 

Stephanie Reddoch posted on 3/25/19

With our deepest sympathy and love. Maxine and Stephanie Reddoch

 

Louis Gary posted on 3/21/19

Linda, Eric and family, Condolences to all of you your Mom's passing. She was a wonderful lady and all of you took such great care of her. We will miss her and keep all of you in our prayers.

 

Cindy Saale Wilson posted on 3/21/19

We are so sorry for the loss of your Dad, Mark and Joanne, and our Uncle Maurice. We all have such memories of growing up and being with he and Aunt Mary. Our prayers are with you and all your family. All our love, Cindy Saale Wilson and Jim Wilson and all our family.

 

 

Kathy Webster posted on 3/21/19

Sharon was my cousin. I saw more of her when we were children. She was always fun to be with and consistently kind to me. As an adult, I admired her strength and courage. She fought her disease without complaining and her faith never wavered. An example for all of us!

 

Larry & Wanda Caillier posted on 3/20/19

Sending our deepest heartfelt condolences to the family.

 

Larry & Wanda Caillier posted on 3/20/19

Sending our deepest heartfelt condolences to the family. Larry & Wanda Caillier

 

Joel Hilbun and Lurline posted on 3/20/19

Allen and Breena and Family,

 

Frances Locker posted on 3/20/19

My condolences to all in your family, especially Jane, Merilyn, Ava, and Kelly. I was his dad's caregiver years ago but still very much remember the family and how caring you all were. My prayers are with you. I remember the care and help he gave his dad. God bless you all and comfort you in your time of loss. Frances

 

Joe Comaty & Claire Advokat posted on 3/19/19

Our sincere condolences to Paul & Ginger and their family during this difficult time.

 

 

John Brooks posted on 3/18/19

Praying for the Dammers family

 

Paul A Melton posted on 3/16/19

Don, we are thinking about you and your family.God Bless.

 

Cobb Rogers posted on 3/16/19

Having just looked at pictures of "Aunt Dolly" taken at my parents' wedding in Vredenburgh, Alabama, in 1943, I looked her up on Google and learned with great sadness of her passing. Even as a young boy in Mobile I was enchanted by her and still remember visits to her house near Springhill College. Postcards she sent me from her travels were cherished items. She was truly a great Southern lady. My sincere, belated condolences to all her family. Would be grateful to hear from any of her family who may read this (rcrogers70@hotmail.com).

 

Liz and Reba Fussell posted on 3/15/19

Sharon was a joy. No matter what she always managed a smile. Our condolences to all the family. Love to all.

 

Onalise posted on 3/14/19

What a joy Mrs. Sharon was to know. She will truly be missed. May God's surround the family with His supernatural peace and comfort during this time. Blessings,

 

Gaby Ollendike posted on 3/14/19

Sending love, thoughts, and prayers to the entire Culotta family.

 

Dawn A Battistella posted on 3/13/19

My deepest sypathies go out too Dee Dee and the entire family. Ya'll are always in my thoughts and prayers. Dawn Battistella

 

Thelma Hughes posted on 3/12/19

May God bring the family peace and comfort. I am a first cousin to Bobbie Sue.

 

Morris Wright posted on 3/10/19

Wanted to say how sorry I am on the loss of your father/brother. He taught me many important lessons on how to be a good father, and a good role model at home and the community. I have had to use these lessons learned many times in my life. At home, work and in the community. While this is a sad time for the family, I hope you can get joy out of having such a great person in your life. I regret, that because of business reasons, I will not be able to attend any services. But know, I will be there in sprit and prayer. Feel free to call, email, or text me at anytime if I can be of help. Office: +1.225.642.4225 | Mobile: +1.225.210.6229| Fax+1.225.642.2080 morriswright@eastman.com

 

 

Cindy posted on 3/9/19

I’m going to miss u so much miss connie 😢😢😢

 

Elisabeth McKowrn posted on 3/6/19

Heaven has a brighter star with a gift of humor. Surly, great hunting and visiting with Dad and Wade . Love you forever and always, Elisabeth

 

Kathy DeTello Culpepper posted on 3/2/19

So sorry to read of Sue’s passing. Having recently moved back to Natchez, I drove through “the trees” neighborhood. It brought back memories of growing up there. I tried to remember who lived where & seeing your house reminded me of making salads with the olive, catsup & mayo dressing. Sue will live on in our memories. Sincere Condolences .

 

 

Julie Kennison posted on 3/1/19

Biggest LSU fan , loved all our children, great memories, We loved Aunt Ann

 

Ronnie Blackwell posted on 3/1/19

So sorry to hear about Sue. We didn’t know. We love and miss you all. You are in our prayers.

 

Peggy Irwin, Mary Reich, Judy Hillhouse posted on 3/1/19

We will remember Sue with fond memories from child hood until now. We love and appreciate this family so much. Love and prayers to all.

 

DeShannon Monique McGhee posted on 2/27/19

Wasn't ready for this phone call, but time has taught me, that if it were left up to us, we'd all live forever and a day, but all things done in God's time is what's best, I know that you are in good hands, you stayed true and endured your journey, and because you did it so well, you have received the ultimate reward, Get Your Rest Ma, we'll miss you, and you'll forever be remembered in our hearts!

 

 

Melissa Sanche posted on 2/27/19

I love you aunt Connie. I will miss you till we meet again on the other side.❤💔

 

Kiasha Nelson posted on 2/27/19

I miss u soooo much 😥😭

 

Patrick Foley posted on 2/26/19

As much as we will miss our sweet Mama, thankfully her pain is now over and her forever joy has begun. She gave each of us so much in life with her love, humor and kindness. I am so thankful we were able to tell her what she meant to us before she departed. Love you Mama.

 

 

John Marks posted on 2/26/19

In the short time that I had the pleasure of knowing Mrs. Rose, I learned that she was a beautiful, caring lady and she will be greatly missed. I would like to extend my deepest condolences to all of her family.

 

 

Angela frost posted on 2/26/19

My condolences for the whole family.

 

Diana Terrance posted on 2/26/19

Karen you and your family are in my prayers.

 

Jason and Lori Genovese posted on 2/26/19

Ms Karen and Famliy, Jason and I are so very sorry for your loss. We were so blessed to have had the privilege of knowing and loving Ms. Rose. May God give you peace and comfort in the days ahead.

 

Audrea Weimer posted on 2/13/19

I'm grateful for the many memories I hold of Fred during the 25 years or so that I knew him. I will remember Fred most for his vitality and energy. He always amazed me with his agility especially in his latter years. He seemed to always be happy and smiling or cutting up. He always had a good story to tell, and I enjoyed being around him because he made me laugh. He was something else. One of the things that stands out most in my mind was seeing him on top of a tall ladder when he was in his mid to late 80s!! Lol. Also, the last time I went fishing with him, he sat in the boat on top of an upside down bucket all day and fished from it. I couldn't believe a man his age could withstand sitting in that position without complaining or hurting! He was blessed with good health most of his life! I'm glad he was my father-in-law. My dad Johnny passed away a few months ago, but my dad and Fred always had a good time together. Hopefully they've reunited in heaven and are sharing stories and laughs once again. Rest in peace Fred. I've always loved you.

 

Debbie Nolan posted on 2/12/19

I will cherish the memories of hearing his service experiences and sharing with Clyde those my father shared with me. It was our connection. He was one of the sweetest people I have ever had he privilege to know. He and Flo lit up my life. Godspeed Clyde!

 

Martin "Marty" Audiffred posted on 2/12/19

I was very sorry to read the passing of Lillian. It has been many years back when my family -Sidney(Kaiser) and Rita Audiffred would travel from Reserve to Baton Rouge to visit the Audiffred's there. My memory of those visits are vague but I do remember what a very kind person cousin Lillian was. My prayers for the family.

 

 

Karen Mitchell posted on 2/10/19

My Sympathy goes out to the Lee Family and Relatives. May Jehovah’s Strength Love be your Strength always. Karen Mitchell and Family

 

JoAnn and Aurbin Dickey. posted on 2/8/19

Our deepest condolences to Kenneth's family . He has been our neighor and friend for many years and will be missed. May he rest in peace.

 

Tim High posted on 2/7/19

My wife and I have known the Suttons for over 50 years so we saw Rob grow up . I want to share a story about Rob. He was cutting lawns to make extra spending money. He finished a job and rather than money in his pocket , he surprised His parents with Jay. Jay was a ferret. What an unusual addition to the Sutton family and my first and only exposure to a ferret made possible by a boy with a carefree and independent nature. Rob will be missed by many for various reasons but Jay the ferret will remain my favorite. RIP Rob.

 

Rhonda Palmer posted on 2/6/19

Our hearts hurt since you are gone. You were a great mom and mother in law. You were always kind and sweet. We love you and will miss you very much. Thank you for sharing your son with me the last 28 years that I have known you. God has his loving arms wrapped around you now. Rest in paradise with your other angels. Love you Granny Pat.

 

Rhonda Palmer posted on 2/6/19

Our hearts hurt since you are gone. You were a great mom and mother in law. You were always kind and sweet. We love you and will miss you very much. Thank you for sharing your son with me the last 28 years that I have known you. God has his loving arms wrapped around you now. Rest in paradise with you other angels. Love you Granny Pat.

 

Rhonda & Jim Palmer posted on 2/6/19

Our hearts hurt since you are gone. You were a great mom and mother in law. You were always kind and sweet. We love you and will miss you very much. Thank you for sharing your son with me the last 28 years that I have known you. God has his loving arms wrapped around you now. Rest in paradise with you other angels. Love you Granny Pat.

 

Jenny Creel posted on 2/4/19

Burk, to you and your entire family I pray God's comfort and peace.

 

Faye T Toussand posted on 2/4/19

Burke...please know that you and your family are in my prayers at this difficult time.

 

Pat Clark posted on 2/3/19

I was deeply sorry to learn of Ken's passing. He was always a favorite cousin-in-law of mine. My late husband, Raymond Clark, Ken and I had some really fun and happy times together. I especially remember a fabulous cruise we took. What an awesome experiences. I recently spoke with Ken on the phone and was happy to hear from him. He will be sorely missed.

 

Melissa Barber posted on 2/1/19

Dan was a wonderful man. he was one of a kind, had the warmest heart. would crack a joke and make you feel better all the time. I looked up to him and was fortunate enough to meet him and work with him. May his sole rest in peace.

 

Darryl Foreman posted on 2/1/19

I send my sincerest condolences to the family of Dan. I've worked with him and for him over the years going back to the '60's. He was a true friend that you could always count on for a laugh with his endless jokes and stories. He will truly be missed.

 

Susan Pryor Hodges posted on 1/31/19

Sending my love and prayers to the whole Ramsey clan. Floyce was a beautiful force of nature filled with love for all she touched. I’m thankful that our lives intersected. She will never be forgotten! Precious woman!

 

Crystal Bellow posted on 1/30/19

To the Burkhalter Family: Mr. Dan worked part time at the St. Landry DA's office with us. We really loved talking to Mr. Dan. He was such a character. He came by the office just before Christmas at our Annual Gumbo. So glad I was able to all to I'm. We will miss him dearly and remember him fondly. Our condolences to his entire family.

 

Charlotte Hunter posted on 1/30/19

Dear Sweet Dot, Heaven is a whole lot brighter with her there and it’s a little less bright here without her. Doug, Cade, Brian and families you all have so much of her in you. She impacted everyone around her. I have such sweet memories of the many great times I had with her and Bill. Enjoyed her frequent stays with us while working in Houston and Dallas. She taught me so many tricks of the trade in the South Louisiana kitchen. She could spread a feast in a snap. She always amazed me with her energy and fun loving ways. Spunky little Dot. So thankful for our last visit last year and how we picked up where we last left off. Love her dearly even as life’s journey separated us. We shall meet again some sunny day. Charlotte Hunter

 

conni samaha posted on 1/30/19

John and my husband were long time friends. They shared there love for golf and sports. John was a people person he and Blanch loved entertaining,he loved cooking and food. He always had a smile,even when Bobby was cursing him LOL. Blanch I am so sorry. The Gang has lost another Member....

 

 

KelVin LeDoux posted on 1/30/19

I am so sorry for your loss. I want to extend my sincerest condolences to you and your family. I will keep you and your family in my daily thoughts and prayers. May GOD bless ALL.

 

Joey Diesi posted on 1/30/19

To The Burkhalter Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I enjoyed being on the same course with him and his boys. Thanks for the memories. Joey Diesi

 

 

Susan LeBeau Seybt posted on 1/28/19

Pat's flock was everywhere in Baton Rouge, and not just in the pews of the churches he served. He checked a proposed CATS route into an underserved part of the city both by driving and walking it both day and night to check for safety concerns, shade, and benches.

 

Randy Watkins posted on 1/28/19

So sorry for Barry's passing, he and family have been in my thoughts often lately. Prayers for Bettye, Lori, Lesli and Jeff and warm memories of Barry and family.

 

Bri Ozanne posted on 1/27/19

Students were even more impressed by Father Pat's sculptures and pots after they spent a class working blindfolded. He was an inspiration to us all.

 

Bri Ozanne posted on 1/27/19

This is Father Pat's sculpture of Pace. We were both so proud of it!

 

Bri Ozanne posted on 1/27/19

Father Pat brought so much to our ceramics class. His unique perspective and sense of humor were both a surprise and inspiration to his classmates. I am a better teacher because of Father Pat and I will be forever grateful for the experience of working with him.

 

Bruce and Pam Falgoust posted on 1/27/19

Robert we are truly deeply sorry for your Loss. We will keep you and the family in our thoughts and prayers. Irene was sure a beautiful person inside and out. Infectious Smile and a great classmate. She was loved by so many and will be missed dearly. Bruce and Pam Falgoust Prairieville Louisiana

 

Aisha Stewart posted on 1/26/19

Bless the family Momma got her wings now she lived a good long life love everyone

 

Aisha Stewart posted on 1/26/19

My god bless the family Momma got her wings now she much better praying for everyone

 

 

Lisa and Nathaniel Millican posted on 1/25/19

Lynn, Keeping you and your family in prayer. Always cherish the memories of your mom, it will help you through this journey.

 

Macedonia SDA Church posted on 1/25/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and family. May the Lord comfort you during this time. Macedonia SDA Church

 

Macedonia SDA Church posted on 1/25/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and family. May the Lord comfort you during this time. Macedonia SDA Church

 

Mark A. Delphin posted on 1/22/19

Love Ms. Jackie! Love her family as well. My deepest condolences to you all.

 

Aimee Haynes posted on 1/21/19

I am so sorry for your loss and will have you all in my prayers. Scott was a good guy!

 

James Rabalais posted on 1/21/19

I'm so sorry for the loss of a good man and father. Your family will be in our prayers.

 

Tom Angers posted on 1/21/19

To the Frazier family: Scott was a fine man and a good Christian and was my firiend. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you at this sad time. Tom Angers

 

 

Sally Long Babineaux posted on 1/19/19

RIP Scott

 

Paul McClinton posted on 1/19/19

We will all miss "Frenchie" He as one of my classmate at Silsbee High School back in 1957. He was a very dear member of our class and loved by everyone. I appreciate my friendship and enjoyed our communication through out the years. You will be greatly missed by all of the old gang at SH class of "57.

 

EDDIE Doggett posted on 1/19/19

LOVE; PRAYERS AND BLESSINGS TO FRENCHY AND HIS FAMILY. LOVED AND STILL LOVE THIS GUY. HE WAS A WONDERFUL DAD; HUSBAND; GRANDPA, ETC. AND YOU NAME IT HE WAS THAT GUY. ENJOYED HIS MOM AND DAD; MOTHER AND FATHER IN LAW; HIS WIFE DORIS AND HER FAMILY... LAVERN AND CAROLYN....WENT TO SILSBEE SCHOOLS WITH ALL OF THEM. WAS A CHEER LEADER WITH DORIS AND LAVERN WAS A FOOTBALL MAID. MANY BLESSINGS TO ALL.....MISS EDDIE HICKS DOGGETT-CLASSMATE OF FRENCHY'S....CLASS OF 57

 

 

Hope Pace posted on 1/17/19

Karen, sorry to hear about your mother. I am praying for you and your family during this trying time. Look to the Lord he will comfort you. Hope Pace

 

Lisa Traylor posted on 1/17/19

Lynda taught my momma and I how to make roux for gumbo during Christmas one year and it was the best gumbo. Mom and I have never been able to reproduce it like Lynda's. She was a kind and loving person and always enjoyed talking with her. She will be greatly missed.

 

L.P. Bordelon lll posted on 1/17/19

My sincere sympathy and condolences to the entire Coco family. Not sure if I can make it to the funeral. My thoughts are with you all. L.P.

 

Stacy Coco posted on 1/16/19

Mr Reggie had the biggest heart I ever have known. He was the best grandfather to my girls. Love and prayers to Ms. Harriet and the whole Coco family. All our love Stacy Victoria Natalie and Madeline

 

Deborah Long posted on 1/16/19

I am so sorry for your loss, May God comfort your family in the is time of sorrow. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers

 

Alfred Fontenot posted on 1/15/19

Lionel, sorry to hear about Lynda. Our prayers are with you and your family. Will have masses said for her. Al and Gadric Fontenot

 

Geneva Mae Michael Anderman posted on 1/15/19

She was the best grandmother you could have. The house was beautiful and we would always play with each other.

 

 

Shirley Wayne posted on 1/15/19

I moved to Baton Rouge in 2009 to live with my brother, Mr.& Mrs. Jardell lived across the street from him. She and I became good friends from the moment we met. She was a lovely person, a kind person, a ray of sunshine, always looking on the bright side of things. The last time with had a moment together was Dec 5th, she took me to pick up my car from the shop. I had no clue that would be the last time she and I would have a conversation. When I open my bedroom curtains I'm looking at her front door. I'm going to miss chatting with her on our lawns, looking out and seeing her bringing the garbage can in, picking up the newspaper, checking the mailbox, sitting outside waiting for her grand kids to come from school. I'm truly going to miss her gentle sweet voice. May she "Rest In Peace".

 

Louis and Sally Gary posted on 1/14/19

Jeff and family, My condolences to you and your entire family on your Dad's passing. I never met him but heard you speak about him frequently and know you took great care of him. We will keep you and your family in our prayers.

 

 

Linley and Michael Vanacore posted on 1/13/19

With sadden and heavy hearts you will be so missed. Prayers and Comfort to you all during this time of sorrow.

 

Linley and Michael Vanacore posted on 1/13/19

Kelly,Jeff and Brooks, You all have our sincerest condolences in the loss of your sweet and caring Father. Our prayers are with you all in this time of grief and hope the great memories in the days ahead will help comfort you. Much love to you all.

 

Beatrice White posted on 1/12/19

May the "God of all comfort" comfort you as you go through this very sad time of your life. Please keep leaning on him. Extending sincere sympathy to the entire Roy family. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

Michelle McGee Perry posted on 1/12/19

Dear Kelly, Jeff, and Brooks, I am saddened to hear of the loss of your dad. I had the great pleasure to work for Mr. Roy at State Farm in the 1980’s. Mr. Roy was like a second dad to we younger generation at State Farm; tough but caring, always teaching us to be the best in our jobs. I always thought of Mr. Roy like Ward Cleaver in the Leave it to Beaver television show. We all knew that Mr. Roy was a family man and that your mother and all of you, came first in his life. He spoke of each one of you with great pride. I admired both of your parents. Especially their devotion to one another. Now they are together again. I know you miss them terribly. But what a wonderful legacy they both left in each one of you. You are in my thoughts and prayers. With Sincere Sympathy,

 

sandy long posted on 1/12/19

i am so sorry for the loss of your special angel, may god be with u through this terrible event

 

Barb nalian posted on 1/11/19

Tara, I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers to you and your family

 

Paul A Melton posted on 1/11/19

I will miss Jim as we shared phone calls for the past year on our illness and treatment. He was attacking his with all his energy. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

 

Linda & Jerry Wilson posted on 1/9/19

Go Rest High On That Mountain Aunt Dot 💕Your Work On earth is done❤️❤️

 

 

Linda & Jerry Wilson posted on 1/9/19

Go Rest High On That Mountain Aunt Dot 😍Your Work on earth is done😍

 

Mindy Stuart posted on 1/9/19

Brenda and John, so sorry about your loss. We have good memories of Jim from the camp neighborhood. Will certainly miss seeing him around SC. With kindest regards, John and Mindy Stuart

 

Denise Sharon posted on 1/7/19

My thoughts are with you all. Grover was a very close friend and confidant of mine. He could always make you laugh and had a true and kind heart. He is sorely missed.

 

Bill Crow posted on 1/6/19

Marianne and family, we all want to offer our condolences at this trying time. From the first time Chris and I came down to BR, your family made this Yankee Boy feel at home. You and Madalyn were small so you may not remember that crab boil at you parents place, but I have very fond memories of those days. We all will miss Madalyn very much. Be strong, Bill, Scott, Elen, Megan and Eli

 

Julie Jones posted on 1/6/19

So sorry for your loss.... Eddy was one of the happiest people I knew. He was always smiling ... through all the ups and downs at BellSouth/ATT/YP. He always kept us laughing and loved life. I saw him before Thanksgiving and he looked great ... told him God had something special for him since he had beat brain cancer. Praying for his precious family.

 

Sherri Wharton Hadskey posted on 1/5/19

This beautiful lady taught me to be a lady. I am so grateful for the time she put into teaching me to dance but also the kindness and generosity she showed us all. My thoughts and prayers go out to Mrs. Marianne and all of the family. Sincerely, Sherri Wharton Hadskey

 

 

Becky O Brien posted on 1/4/19

Marianne...so many memories of you, Madalyn, Chris and I during our trips to Baton Rouge when we were kids. So sorry for your loss.. Love you all.

 

SONNY AND PATSY CARONA posted on 1/4/19

DEAR MYRTIS AND FAMILY, SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT ROBBIE'S PASSING. MAY YOU FIND COMFORT IN YOUR MEMORIES AND IN THE CARING OF FRIENDS...

 

K of C Council 10574 posted on 1/4/19

The Knights of Colubus Council 10574 (Deer Park, Texas) are sorry for your loss and will keep Steven and the entire family in our prayers.

 

William And Geri Rose posted on 1/3/19

With our deepest sympathy

 

Dianne Green posted on 1/3/19

Sending love and prayers to all of you. Lots of wonderful memories of watching baseball & football games which Grover played in from LIttle League to High School. My daddy always enjoyed picking at "Goober". He will always have a special place in my heart.

 

Keenan JUNE Mcguire posted on 1/3/19

Grover and I lived across the street from each other during Neville and Northeast years. His smile was contagious!so sorry for his family’s loss. Love seeing all the Football boys standing with him on his last journey! Class of 73. Grover is smiling!!

 

DeEtte Quinn posted on 1/2/19

Prayers for comfort and all the precious memories.

 

DeEtte Quinn posted on 1/2/19

Prayers for comfort and precious memories...

 

Janelle Simoneaux posted on 1/1/19

Brenda I am Bill Caballeo's sister, we meet Mark at Bill's house helping him cook jambalaya. Mark was such a nice and sweet man. We will always remember him. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Judy Davidson posted on 12/29/18

I worked with Bob back in the 70's at the State Purchasing Office. He was always fun to be around and work with. Sorry to read about his unexpected passing. May God give you peace and comfort now and in the days ahead.

 

Nancy Ellerbe posted on 12/28/18

Jeff was part of a group of very tight friends that hung out at my house over the years. He was a friend, brother and roommate to my son. Through the years Jeff became a friend to me too. I was touched by his support & helpfulness over the years. He will be missed by many. Peace to Jeff and all those that loved him. ❤️

 

Lynn Hamilton Gray posted on 12/28/18

Robert was a wonderful cousin & friend of mine. I will always remember his generous, fun-loving nature...and I will miss him forever.

 

Kris Fortner posted on 12/28/18

A beautiful lady in both personality and spirit. I only knew her briefly but the impact on her family and friends was apparent. Condolences to all who knew and loved this wonderful lady. Godspeed sweet Liz.

 

Kris Fortner posted on 12/28/18

A beautiful lady in spirit and personality. I only knew her briefly but it was obvious the impact she had on friends and family. God bless her and take comfort in knowing that she is in the arms of the Lord. Godspeed dear Liz.

 

Becky Raborn posted on 12/22/18

We always had this pact that who ever died first we wold make contact some how. She always loved to gently rub her hand across.my check. The day she died I was laying in bed and lord thank you I felt that warm little hand rub my cheek. It's a beauties tory I call let me knw.

 

Alesha Bergeron posted on 12/22/18

Although it’s been over a year since I heard your voice in person, I can hear it now. I’ll always remember the long conversations about your plans for the future. Though your plans may have changed, the fond memories in our hearts will forever remain. May peace be with you and all who love you.

 

 

Dawn Ostenberg posted on 12/22/18

May your light shine eternal forever in the hearts of family, friends and all the lives you touched.

 

Bingham Stewart posted on 12/18/18

Mrs. Barbara Wilson and family: I just wanted to let you all know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. Mr. Jewell was one of the nicest and best men that I have had the pleasure of knowing. Yours truly, Bing Stewart

 

 

Nanette Couvillion Patin and Brian Patin posted on 12/17/18

To Irene's family, I went to school with Irene for 12 years. I have only the fondest memory of Irene as being a kind, happy and helpful friend. Irene and her family will be in my heart and in my prayers as you work through your loss.

 

Landon Lavigne Abshire posted on 12/17/18

I love you PawPaw!! I can't believe it's been 7 years. I think about you every single day. When I close my eyes & remember sitting next to you on the couch with my head on your shoulder, I can still hear the sound of your voice. I miss you so much it hurts.

 

Jaime Lewis posted on 12/16/18

So very sorry for your loss Robert. Keeping your family in my prayers.

 

Deborah Bond posted on 12/16/18

So sorry for the loss of this truly sweet lady. She always brought a smile wherever she went. Prayers for Robert and the family.

 

 

Debra Dorsey posted on 12/16/18

Praying for your family.

 

Rachel Bailey Beebe posted on 12/16/18

Robert so sorry for your loss. She was a beautiful woman

 

Tammy Landry posted on 12/16/18

We will sure miss this sweet lady in Fairfield Bay. We will be praying for BJ and Robert and the rest of her family during this time. She is not sick anymore and celebrating in Heaven. We will see you again some day.

 

Tim Widener posted on 12/16/18

Dear sweet friend you will be missed, I loved the time we got to spend with you and Robert. You impacted our community in so many way's and will for ever be remembered.

 

Lori Uemura posted on 12/16/18

Irene, thank you for all the joy and light you brought into my life. I will miss you terribly.

 

James Leroy Brown posted on 12/15/18

Rest in peace, Gretchen. You'll be sorely missed by all of us who were lucky enough to have you in our lives. Love you and miss you already...

 

James Leroy Brown posted on 12/15/18

Our deepest sympathies to all of Gretchen's family and friends. She was a beautiful soul who will be missed by all who were fortunate enough to have her in their lives. When I think of good times from my childhood, Gretchen is the first person who comes to mind. She always made sure the children were having fun and she loved her family members dearly. Rest in peace, Gretchen, we love you and miss you already.

 

Barbara Jo Stewart posted on 12/14/18

Some years back, I was Roy's legal secretary. He is one of the nicest individuals I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. And his beautiful wife, Iris, and the entire Maughan Family are just wonderful. To me, the world just isn't quite as bright as it was when Roy was still with us ... such a vibrant spirit he is ...

 

Kathy Newey posted on 12/14/18

Cathy,Mike,Victoria Angus & Mitchell, We are deeply sad for all of you. I can't imagine what your going through. I'm praying for the Lord to give you peace, comfort and strength to help you through each minute of every day..I pray you lean on him and lean on each other . My memories of Ian are of a strong confidence young man , loving the Lord. And always being so smart. I sure could see him being a lawyer. I'm glad he was working towards it.🙂. The kids and I always had fun times spending time together. I also remember telling Andrew that his colic ( in his hair) gave him character. ( i could hear him saying it still) It made me smile each time and it was so sweet of him to say it. We Love all of you so much . Love Steve,Kathy, Kyle Andrew & Joseph 😢😢😢

 

Jimmy Culp posted on 12/14/18

Iris: So very sorry to get this news.

 

Jimmy Culp posted on 12/14/18

Iris: So very sorry to get this news.

 

Margaret Sharp posted on 12/14/18

So thankful that Brother Maughan shared his deep testimony of Jesus Christ in this month's Fast & Testimony Sacrament Meeting. Also, that he took the time to talk with me after the meeting...will always remember his kindness. Wishing love & peace for all his family.

 

Donnie and Cherie Bozeman posted on 12/13/18

Roy was a much loved man who we will always remember with fondness. Our prayers and sympathy are with his family.

 

Denise Landry Purdue posted on 12/13/18

I am heartbroken that my father has passed away....I wish I could have been there..My love and prayers are with you Dad....Brandon David Landry ...Clayton, Clayton California..

 

Betty McCleskey Harris posted on 12/13/18

We are sorry for your loss.I met Gerry in 1961, That was a long time ago.

 

Dawn Gressette posted on 12/12/18

Almost 20 years ago I traveled with Beth to her hometown. Some of my fondest memories of that week were talking gardening/bird watching topics with her father in the back den and sharing all things Southern while chatting with her mother in the sitting area of her parent’s bedroom. Although I was in my 30’s, I felt like a teenager making sure to think before I spoke and remembering to use all the manners my mother had instilled in me. Miss Harriet’s knowledge of the world and the English language entertained me for hours. Before I left to go back to South Carolina she plundered through cabinets she said she hadn’t thought of for eons and brought out the prettiest crystal shrimp cocktail bowls to give me. She explained that if I was living in my husband’s grandparents house I must have parties that would need such elegance. I’m happy to say I used them at my brother’s rehearsal dinner and it did just that ... make those puny shrimp the stars of the table. I think it is time to make another memory that would make Miss Harriet smile from heaven! And this time I will say with each bite, “here’s to Miss Harriet, one southern lady I will never forget”!

 

Willa Richardson posted on 12/12/18

You have blessed my life for many years! I can't beleive you have gone to heaven before I go. It was such a joy when you came by my apt. with Kathy and a grandchild to visit me! I 'll see you soon for my cancer is back and I look forward to seeing Jim and you; along with a host of family and friends! Willa

 

Henry Weilbacher posted on 12/12/18

Steve, I will always have good memories of us growing up in a loving family and the fun we had together. You will always be my brother! I pray for your family and God is all about love. Love, Bubba

 

Narayne M Rougeau posted on 12/11/18

Stacy, sending sweet thoughts and prayers your way in the loss of your mother. It's so hard to lose our parents. Both of mine are now gone. I think of you often and what a good friend you were when I worked for Brad Calvit at the Provosty firm. Sending love and prayers your way during your time of loss.

 

David Breidenbach posted on 12/10/18

I knew Butch from our working days at Ethyl and Albemarle. He was so accomplished in his work areas, and was a delight to know. His sense of humor and goodwill were always there, and he was knowledgeable on so many things. After his retirement I learned of his amazing talents as a photographer and had chances to visit with him from time to time at exhibits. I will miss him.

 

Dr. Robert Lima, OIC, IOHCV posted on 12/9/18

Colleague and friend, Joe was a scholar in the fields of Golden Age Spanish literature and in various areas of Italian; as well, he was a creative writer. I was privileged to have nominated him for admission to the Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Espanola, into which he was received as a Numerario. Caro amico, you will be missed.

 

BRIJ Mohan posted on 12/8/18

Professor Joe Ricapito was a dear friend and colleague of mine. He graciously wrote a stupendous Foreword to my novel Death of an Elephant (2013). His literary attributes, recognition and awards van be the envy of the most learned. Though we taught in two different departments, our commonality of academic issues forged a special dialogical friendship. LSU Faculty Club was our 'discourse arena'. Joe was a trusted friend, helpful colleague, brilliant scholar, and a kind human being. He will be remembered and missed by all those who knew him. It's my privilege that I came to k now him. May his soul rest in eternal peace. Our sincerest sympathies to the bereaved family.

 

BRIJ MOHAN, LSU posted on 12/8/18

Professor Joe Ricapito was a dear friend and colleague of mine. He graciously wrote a stupendous Foreword to my novel Death of an Elephant (2013). His literary attributes, recognition and awards van be the envy of the most learned. Though we taught in two different departments, our commonality of academic issues forged a special dialogical friendship. LSU Faculty Club was our 'discourse arena'. Joe was a trusted friend, helpful colleague, brilliant scholar, and a kind human being. He will be remembered and missed by all those who knew him. It's my privilege that I came to k now him. May his soul rest in eternal peace. Our sincerest sympathies to the bereaved family.

 

 

Cheyenne posted on 12/8/18

I miss you so much. I hope I have made you proud. Happy early birthday!

 

Donny Spears posted on 12/8/18

For the two years that Fran and I lived in Baton Rouge area Bob and Pat were very good friends and church family members. We enjoyed the best gumbo we've ever had at their home as well as a nice visit with the Pounders, Jim Woodruff, and the Raines. Sunday lunch at Piccadilly with them and the Easleys was the norm. Those will always be special memories. After moving to Dallas, when I was back in town I would attend worship or bible study at South and would go out to eat with Bob and Pat. Our conversations were normally about the church and Camp Smiling Acres because they were two of the Raines' biggest loves followed by their family.

 

Bettie Skains Sonnier posted on 12/8/18

I was sad to read of the passing of Butch Spielman in today's Acadiana Advocate. I knew Butch when I worked for Ethyl Corporation as Don Mays' secretary for 13 years. Mr. Mays was Division Patent Counsel for Ethyl's Plastics Division, and Butch was one of the attorneys who worked under Mr. Mays. I have fond memories of Butch and would like to extend my sincere sympathies to his family.

 

Lynn Golda posted on 12/7/18

Dear Tammy, I was shocked and saddened to learn of Homer’s death and his struggle with Alzheimer’s disease. My mom suffered with that, as well. It is a difficult path for everyone. When my husband, Tom, died from cancer 12 years ago I was devastated. I struggled for quite a while trying to discern my “new normal”. I would love to meet you for lunch one day when you feel you are up to getting together. I have some thoughts I would like to share with you. The memories I remember are all the fun times we shared at the Exxon luncheons. We always enjoyed those times together. Please email me at djadlog@aol.com or by phone at 225-810-0667. I will look forward to hearing from you. So very sorry for your loss. Please know you and the family will be in my prayers. Again, I would really like to take you to lunch whenever the timing is right for you. With prayers and friendship, Lynn Golda

 

Lynn Golda posted on 12/7/18

Dear Tammy, I was shocked and saddened to learn of Homer’s death and his struggle with Alzheimer’s disease. My mom suffered with that, as well. It is a difficult path for everyone. When my husband, Tom, died from cancer 12 years ago I was devastated. I struggled for quite a while trying to discern my “new normal”. I would love to meet you for lunch one day when you feel you are up to getting together. I have some thoughts I would like to share with you. The memories I remember are all the fun times we shared at the Exxon luncheons. We always enjoyed those times together. Please email me at djadlog@aol.com or by phone at 225-810-0667. I will look forward to hearing from you. So very sorry for your loss. Please know you and the family will be in my prayers. Again, I would really like to take you to lunch whenever the timing is right for you. With prayers and friendship, Lynn Golda

 

Lynn Guidry posted on 12/7/18

Tammy, I was just this morning reading about Homer's passing. He was such a great guy. I will always treasure the memory of Bonnie and I accidently meeting you and Homer at the Cumberland Gap on vacation. Our sincere condolences to you and your family. Lynn and Bonnie Guidry

 

Shan Campbell posted on 12/6/18

I am so sorry to learn of this. He was a very special person. Love and hugs and God bless all of you.

 

Peggy Sharkey posted on 12/6/18

Dearest Susan, I am so sorry to learn of the loss of your mother. I pray that your precious memories will give you comfort. You are in my prayers.

 

Donna Doucet posted on 12/3/18

I only have fond memories of my time with Mrs Betty. Such a beautiful person inside and out. I will love you forever.

 

Donna Doucet posted on 12/3/18

I only learned to your passing today (December 3, 2018. I am so sorry to lose such a loving friend. I will love you forever. Rest In Peace my dear sweet friend! ❤️😢

 

David Breidenbach posted on 12/3/18

I remember Mrs. Beste with great fondness. She and her husband, Dr. Beste, were so very kind to me over many years. I can recall so many good times at their home on Knollwood in Baton Rouge over many years long ago. She always seemed to encourage my attempts at humor and foolishness, and I delighted when I got her to laugh. My wife, Madeline, and I extend our heartfelt condolences to Jeanie, Jim and our good friend David on the loss of their mother. We will miss her. She was a great lady.

 

Bharat Parekh posted on 12/2/18

I am very shocked to hear this sad news. Melanie played an important role in my life during my graduate school in LSU (Biochemistry Dept). We both were in Ron Montelaro's laboratory. She not only helped me in my work but invited number of times to her house with lab staff. With Ron and Janet, she organized my elaborate wedding with Pushpa which was to be a simple registration ceremony. I will always remember Melanie with fond memories. She was a wonderful soul. My deepest condolences to Winston and extended family.

 

Glenn Seguin Anderson posted on 11/30/18

Dave & I will loved Celia and will miss her so but know she is so happy to be home where she is with so many other family members and good friends and with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We know that Celia lived each day looking forward to when her name was called to come home. I have so many wonderful memories of time shared with Celia both when I was a child and as an adult. Rest well with the angels my sweet cousin Celia and love to Robert, Nita and Lindon.

 

Cindy Badon posted on 11/29/18

I am sure all the George’s and Correens will greatly miss Celie

 

Cindy Badon posted on 11/29/18

I am sorry for your loss and that I could not come. Thoughts and prayers

 

Eddie R. Lee posted on 11/29/18

Wonderful memories of bygone days.

 

Vincent Giaccone posted on 11/29/18

Ms. Anne, Dave, and Matt, my condolences to you in your loss. May the moments you shared grant you comfort and peace. I thank Mr. Ben for his service in the U.S. Navy. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and the Byland Family as you grieve. God Bless, Vince Giaccone

 

Jay Smith posted on 11/28/18

Bill Mollere became my DeMolay brother and my friend in 1965. And through all of these decades since, I have not met a more dedicated, driven member. He loved the Order, and it loved him. Year after year he worked tirelessly to make it the best it could be. And Bill was funny!! He loved words and used them well! Bill may have left us, but he left behind a valuable legacy that will benefit countless people for many years to come. I am honored to call him my friend.

 

John Winn posted on 11/27/18

I cannot imagine a world without Ben Byland, one of the finest people I have ever known. I was privileged to be his family’s pastor when they were faithful members at St. Paul’s UMC in Bston Rouge almost 60 years ago. We have tried to keep up with each other through the years. I salute both Ben and Anne, two of the very BEST! 💜❤️💕

 

T.J. Henwood posted on 11/27/18

I extend me deepest sympathy to the Mollere family, and Bill's freinds and Brothers. I met Bill when I was appointed to serve as Executive Officer for DeMolay in Arkansas. He was my "mentor" from the Supreme Council. His wisdom and knowledge made my tenure better, He always made anything he was associated with better. This past Saturday, I was privileged to confer the DeMolay Legion of Honor in Arkansas for 2018. I dedicated our conferral to Bill's memory.

 

 

J Lane posted on 11/26/18

2018: Just saw Gary's obit. Knew him when we worked in same bldg on UNO East Campus. Nice guy, always positive, big smile on his face. Sorry for his illness. I know he is resting in peace with our Loving Father in Heaven.

 

Mia Townsel posted on 11/26/18

Bill, your smile, your hugs, your humor, your intelligence, your peaceful demeanor, your loving and caring heart will be truly missed. Rest in peace, my friend.

 

Phillip E. Faller posted on 11/25/18

Rest in peace Brother Mollere

 

Don R. Beard posted on 11/25/18

Bill has been an important part of my life for over 50 years. The support, encouragement, tolerance and friendship can never be replaced. Bill, Gary, Ralph and Nettie all welcomed me into their family. Bill's accomplishments are many, but his greatest accomplishment was the love and devotion to young people, which continued through life. I am a better person for having known him. He will be profoundly missed.

 

Robert Hagen posted on 11/24/18

My heart and my prayers go out to Bills family, Ms Lydia, his many friends and to the Masons of Louisiana. Bill sat the example for all of us to follow, as a man and as a Mason.

 

Beth Scardina posted on 11/24/18

I enjoyed working with Bill in the Solid Waste Division in the Department of Environmental Quality. I learned all about solid waste and more. It was very good experience. Bill was always a good boss and manager. I will always remember working on the solid waste regulations and the presentations. Bill will be missed by all. Thank you for all your hard work at DEQ. You were truly a role model.

 

Macon Callicott posted on 11/23/18

I am honored to have known all three Sevario girls, but spent most of my life taking care of Yvonne. David Butler was a prince of a man; but after his passing, Bettye put her big girl pants on and said life is for the living, and live she did. Just about the time we could look up and enjoy old friends and family, we couldn’t find Bettye, and when we did, we couldn’t keep up with her. She didn’t waste our greatest gift: Life.

 

 

Becky Pence posted on 11/21/18

The light in our lives is gone! We will forever miss that warm and sweet smile!

 

Catherine Lockwood Duhon posted on 11/21/18

I’m so sorry to hear of your Mother’s passing. She was an amazing lady.

 

Cathy Cline posted on 11/20/18

Birchey, so sorry to hear of the loss of your sweet mother. You and your family are in my prayers.

 

Felicia Terral posted on 11/20/18

I know Mr Mackie will be missed. He was such a sweet man. I will be praying for the family.

 

Roxie posted on 11/18/18

I will always love you, Denny. Hug mom and daddy for me. I will see you again. I believe that. Meanwhile, I will always be there for your family. Everytime I see a Z or I hear a Bob Dylan song or see a yellow butterfly or Blue Jay, I will think of you. I love you bigastheworldandunclelinas and I always will. Your big sister...

 

Lettie goforth posted on 11/18/18

Brother Marvin will be greatly missed. He had married me and my husband January 1, 1972 at his home in Springfield. He was the best My name is Lettie Bowman goforth

 

 

RAY, TILLIE AND LEE DEMPSTER posted on 11/17/18

Our deepest sympathy to Michaux, Allison and Camille's family. She was a gracious and lovely lady and was loved by all who knew her.

 

Janis Causey Winters posted on 11/17/18

I am so sorry about Jay passing. We graduated together and I know he was loved by all that knew him. He will be missed prayers for his family.

 

Kaye Harris posted on 11/17/18

I know my words cannot express how much Jay will be missed nor can they give you the comfort you need at this time and in the foreseeable future. God can offer that comfort and I pray that you feel His loving arms around you as you go through these difficult days. Love to all.

 

 

Diane posted on 11/17/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

 

 

Diane posted on 11/17/18

Lee Ann, Kevin, and Family

 

Bernie and Edna Wheeler posted on 11/17/18

We have wonderful memories of Ronnie in the years we spent in Baton Rouge.

 

Bernie and Edna Wheeler posted on 11/17/18

We have so many good memories of Ronnie and you, Barbara, and remember them often.

 

Bernie and Edna Wheeler posted on 11/17/18

Bernie and I were very sorry to hear of Ronnie's death. Our prayers are with you and the family.

 

Don Lemoine and Lori posted on 11/17/18

I remember "Denny" as we were growing up. I was his uncle, but only 3 years difference in age. We had good times when visiting Baton Rouge at my sister Nanny and brother-in-law Jay's house. Always playing and getting into trouble was our MO. As Denny and I grew into teen agers we got interested in cars. Speed was the game back in the late 60's and early 70's. I remember Denny's hot Mustang, which was one of the fastest machines in Baton Rouge. Always taking chances hot rodding with his Mustang and always with a grin and a smile on his face. That was our good old days. I will miss you Denny and you will always be in my heart and on my mind. Lori and I offer our condolences to Debi, Collin, Lauren, Madeline, and family.

 

Lola Hill posted on 11/17/18

Such wonderful memories working with Jay. He was a great PE teacher and role model who was always so kind and had a big smile. I'm so sorry to hear of his passing and I know that his family will miss him greatly. He loved his family and the children that he taught and he was such a pleasure to work with.

 

 

Joe and Debbie Thompson posted on 11/15/18

You will be missed by many. Till we all are together again.

 

 

Lyn and Clyde Owens posted on 11/15/18

Mendy and Family our deepest condolences, praying for comfort and peace during this most difficult time.

 

Stefanie Anderson posted on 11/15/18

My condolences to you and your family, Rachael Wales

 

 

Carolyn Harper posted on 11/13/18

Jeanine and family, I'm very sorry for your loss. God bless.

 

Deborah Gallagher posted on 11/13/18

I worked for Dr. Standifer when I attended LSU, 1980-1981, 3 semesters. He was professional, gentlemanly, and taught me about tissue culture. Once we had candid conversation about his service in WW1. I was humbled and honored to listen to him (and learn from him as well), and am to this day affected by his impact on my life. I am sorry for his loss, grateful for his service, and hope I never forget him.

 

Trini Williams posted on 11/11/18

I have fond memories of working together closely with Kevin. He talked about his family all the time. He was so proud of them. I will definitely miss him and I look forward to the time when we will meet again according to God's promise at Rev 21:3,4. I send my most heartfelt condolences to Kevin's family. May the God of comfort be with you during this difficult time.

 

Brian Borek posted on 11/10/18

The world has indeed lost another beautiful soul. I have never known another human to be so kind, loving and accepting of everyone she knew. Together again with Donald and Christopher. May you rest in peace and may Eternal Rest be grated unto you and may perpetual light shine upon you. We will miss you Miss Betty.

 

 

beverly ainsworth posted on 11/10/18

a very beautiful loving mother god bless and welcome her into your loving arms

 

Steve, Pat, and Rebecca Price posted on 11/9/18

So sorry for you loss...praying for you all.

 

Michele Williams posted on 11/7/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Please remember that you will always have an angel on your shoulder. She was such a brave, strong and loving woman. She will be missed.

 

Carole Wingo posted on 11/6/18

Marg and Diane and Winston, My prayers and thoughts are with you. May your memories comfort you and Diane, and may our prayers lift you up during this time!

 

 

Jeff and Julie Cunningham posted on 11/6/18

Paul, May the care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace. Our most sincere condolences go out to you and your family.

 

Brandon Reid posted on 11/4/18

She was my grandmother and a great one at that she helped me to be the man I am today I could not have asked for a better grandmother to be in my life besides the one on my dad's side I love you Nonie

 

Carol Fairchild posted on 11/2/18

It was with great sadness that I heard that Iris had passed. I first met her in Lafayette thru Mary Kay and have spoken to her a couple times each year. I always felt a deep connection and our conversations were like we had just spoken a few days before. She was a terrific lady and I will miss her dearly. Please relay my condolences to all.

 

Jimmy Dykes posted on 11/1/18

I was two years behind Gene at rival St. Paul's. He was the "real deal" on the football field! I was fortunate to get to know Gene well later in life. He was a man who cared for others and will be missed by all who knew him.

 

Gary Sumrall, Clinucal Chaplain Iv posted on 11/1/18

On behalf of the Chaplain's Department and Offenders of L.S.P., I want to express our condolences to the family of Brother George. He touched many lives and will be greatly missed by all.

 

Jerry and Tanya Hollingsworth posted on 10/31/18

So sorry to of George’s passing ! Praying for your family in this time of morning . I can’t remember a time when George wasn’t smiling .

 

Diana Shipes Horne posted on 10/31/18

Genie was a cousin on my mother's side of the family, and many happy weekends were spent in Covington visiting Aunt El and Uncle Bill and playing with Gene. Our dad's greatest pleasure was watching him play football for LSU and later pro ball; and, my brothers both wanted to be just like Genie when they grew up! Gene will truly be missed by all who knew and loved him.

 

Glen Shoultz posted on 10/31/18

We grew up together and graduated from Covington High together. I always admired Gene and was always a good friend.

 

Chuck Harrington posted on 10/30/18

Classmate since kindergarten and friends throughout. Condolences

 

Chuck Harrington posted on 10/30/18

Classmate in kindergarten and friends throughout. Condolences

 

 

Suellen Armitage Eyre posted on 10/29/18

Gene will always have a special place in my heart...a true friend. Love you, Genie.

 

Marvin Kahl posted on 10/29/18

Mark was a great drummer and a great guy. Everyone in the group loved him.

 

Celestin Family posted on 10/29/18

Our sincere condolences to the family for the loss of your dear loved one. May the family find true peace and comfort from God’s promise to reunite us with our family and friends who have passed by means of an earthly resurrection (John 5:28,29). We are eagerly await the fulfillment of this wonderful promise from our Heavenly Father.

 

Celestin Family posted on 10/29/18

Our sincere condolences to the family for the loss of your dear loved one. May your family find true peace and comfort from God’s promise to reunite us with our family and friends who have passed by means of an earthly resurrection (John5:28,29). We all eagerly await the fulfillment of this wonderful promise from our Heavenly Father.

 

Celestin Family posted on 10/29/18

Our sincere condolences to the family for the loss of your dear John. May you all find comfort and hope in God’s promise to reunite us with our family and friends who have passed by means of an earthly resurrection (John 5:28,29). We all eagerly await the fulfillment of this wonderful promise from our Heavenly Father.

 

The Prevot’s posted on 10/26/18

Prayers are with the Murrell family. God bless

 

Pat Moreau posted on 10/26/18

Our sympathy and prayers are with all the family. We have very fond memories of being backyard neighbors. Sorry we will not be able to visit with Y'all tomorrow as we both have doctors appointments. ❤️ The Moreaus

 

Bj Triay posted on 10/25/18

We first met David st a band performance at a casino in Baton Rouge several years ago and we knew we had a friend for life . He was a beautiful soul and he will be missed . His passion for life and music was an inspiration to us all. Your NS family will miss you !

 

Donna Billingsley posted on 10/25/18

Dear Barbara, Debbie,Sue, Luc, and all family and friends we never had a chance to speak with or meet, We loved George just like he was the dearest of uncles and were very grateful when we got the chance to speak with him a couple of weeks ago and say our "Good byes". The fact that he initiated this was such a testament to his strength And touched us deeply. He was a wonderful man and we will miss him dearly, but are grateful he is no longer suffering. All are love, Donna Billingsley and David Billingsley

 

Lea Anne Schroeder posted on 10/25/18

Scott & Jerri and Family... I'm so sorry to hear of your Mom and Dad's passing. I've missed the interaction with your Mom on facebook...she was always so kind and interesting. Praying you find comfort in your memories and knowing they are together for all eternity. May the Lord bless you with His Loving Goodness in the days ahead.

 

Michelle Bourgeois posted on 10/25/18

Aunt Shirley and Uncle Peewee will be dearly missed. I will always cherish getting to spend time with them whenever I visited home, and always loved listening to Aunt Shirley's memories. Much love to you all!

 

Cheri Olver posted on 10/20/18

Dear seenje, Carrie and family of Jay. I haven’t stopped thinking about all of you since the day of Jay’s accident as I was with Parizad and found out when she heard. I know what you go through as I lost my brother in an accident when he was 25. It will never going to be easy I know that but you will always will keep his memories and will always remember him in your hearts. I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with all of you.

 

Sally (Forbes) Ginsberg posted on 10/19/18

Jimmy's passing has brought back a flood of good memories from the '70s and early '80s, paramount among them that unbelievable, fantastic weekend in Canton, Ohio when he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Although our lives took different directions and we moved on, I shall always remember Jimmy very fondly and am grateful and delighted that our paths crossed. My sincerest condolences to JoBeth and Chip, whom I remember well and affectionately, and to the remainder of Jimmy's family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this most difficult time.

 

Celestin Family posted on 10/16/18

Our condolences to the family for the loss of your dear loved one. May your family find true peace and comfort from God’s promise to reunite us with our family and friends who have passed by means of an earthly resurrection (John 5:28,29). We all eagerly await the fulfillment of this wonderful promise from our Heavenly Father.

 

Chris A Weber posted on 10/14/18

Like so many others I was blessed with a close friendship with Kathy. I too can testify of her faith, intelligence, consideration of others and humor. Kathy was one of those people that I walked with when my faith was young and growing incrementally. The Lord Christ Jesus be glorified.

 

Brenda Bowman posted on 10/14/18

Tom, I love Kathy and you so much and though it is heartbreaking for all of us to not have her near and present, she is still very much alive, with the Lord, and now doubt laughing! I’m praying for your days ahead. Love, Brenda

 

Mark & Kimberly Taylor posted on 10/14/18

Tom, Mark & I are praying for you. We rejoice for the nearly 30 years God gave you knowing Kathy. We are grateful that He led you to one another and for the many years of laughter and hijinx, love & companionship you enjoyed with one another. I can only imagine how deep your grief is with the void that remains. We will continue to lift you up in prayer and hope that we will get to see you soon. We love you. ~~Mark & Kimberly Taylor

 

 

Launo and John Moore posted on 10/14/18

Our prayers are with the entire family

 

 

Launo and John Moore posted on 10/14/18

Our prayers are with all of family

 

 

Jeff Masters posted on 10/13/18

To be absent from the body is to be present with the lord. We have no doubt you are in the arms of Jesus! Our thoughts and prayers for comfort are with the family!

 

Robert "Bobby" Trahan posted on 10/12/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Sherry posted on 10/12/18

Deepest condolences for your loss. May your family find comfort in the scriptural hope found at Revelation 21:4:"..death will be no more.., the former things have passed away."

 

John Krause posted on 10/11/18

Heard of his passing yesterday. We met on Nottingham Rd, Detroit, when we were 5-6. He moved later near Detroit Airport on Connor Rd during HS years. Then we attended Notre Dame, he in Business, I in Science. Class of 58. Lost track after he was in military but later heard he was with FBI in Baton Rouge. Possibly through my mother who stayed in touch with his mother for years. I remember Gary with arm in cast chasing Dick and I on Nottingham. Great times. Great guys. Sorry to hear.

 

Wade Hill posted on 10/11/18

Mrs. Kathy It was truly a blessing knowing you the short time that I did. You were truly heaven sent.

 

 

Susan Violette Brown (1st cousin) posted on 10/10/18

A bright candle for a bright and beautiful soul, our Kathy. Love to our family and friends.

 

Susan Violette Brown (1st cousin) posted on 10/9/18

I send heartfelt sympathy to Kathy's husband Tom, her dad Ashton Violette, brothers John, Stuart, and David Violette. I will miss her loving soul. This angel now has her wings. God Bless.

 

Roger Griffiths posted on 10/9/18

Sorry to see you leave us. We had some great discussions on Churchill when you came down to the old FNBC. I hope you had a happy life.

 

Marvin Borgmeyer posted on 10/8/18

I am so sorry. I was out of town from 9/20 to 10/4, and just saw the obituary. Barbara was a wonderful person, with whom I had the pleasure of working with in the Eucharistic Ministry program at St. George. She was a model Catholic woman and will be missed by all.

 

Bill & Paula Coburn posted on 10/7/18

We would like to extend our deepest sympathy to Bud, Debbie, Robert and their families. We have such fond memories of Aunt Margie. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. May Aunt Margie Rest In Peace. Love Bill & Paula Coburn & Family.

 

 

Gina Hoffmann & Family posted on 10/7/18

With deepest sympathy, may you feel God's comforting presence during this time of sorrow.

 

Uncle Wayne & Aunt Claudia posted on 10/6/18

Deepest sympathy to you and your family Valerie! Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Tandra Schwamberg posted on 10/5/18

Rest in peace Uncle. You will be missed. Tandra

 

Tandra Schwamberg posted on 10/5/18

tandraschwamberg@outlook.com

 

 

Dirk Boehmer posted on 10/3/18

Dear Gary, Alison and Christina, We are very sorry to hear about your mom and grandmother. Sending you good thoughts and prayers during this time and wishing you much peace and comfort. From the SYS Team in Jupiter

 

 

Erricka Jefferson posted on 10/2/18

In memory of Cleo Tullos Smith. You will be missed. I love you Jackie.

 

Mary Juneau posted on 10/2/18

Thinking of you all. Much love, Mary, Tom, Stephen and Max Juneau

 

Martinez family posted on 10/1/18

Our deepest condolences with your loss. May the God of comfort continue to strengthen you all during this difficult period.(2 Corinthians 1:3)

 

Mike Dean posted on 9/29/18

Our Prayers are with the family. May God give you comfort and strength. Johnny, Jerry, Brenda and Mike Dean

 

Jenna posted on 9/28/18

Dear Family, I'm sorry for the loss of this dear woman. Edna will be missed. Pray to God for comfort. He will help because God cares for you. I hope your sweet and loving memories of Edna will also provide comfort for you during this trying time. 1Peter 5:7

 

Charlotte Petty posted on 9/28/18

I am so sorry to hear of Dr. Kestler passing. Having worked for him I know how king and considerate he was and will be truly missed. God bless the family at this difficult time.

 

Charlotte Petty posted on 9/28/18

I am so sorry to hear of Dr. Kestler's passing. Having worked for him I know how kind and considerate he was. God bless the family at this sad and difficult time.

 

Rene Dumas posted on 9/27/18

I have been caring for Mrs. Colleen’s granddaughter Erin for a little over five years. When Erin would have coffee with grandma, and it was time to go. She (Mrs.Colleen) would always tell me take good care of my girl. I will continue to do just that! We are all going to miss you Mrs. Colleen. Rest In Peace

 

Bruce McCoy posted on 9/27/18

Colleen has long been the Matriarch of our family. Since my mother died, she has been a reminder of my childhood, the glue that has kept family ties, and a beacon of light for shared philosophies in this crazy world. I will miss our conversations.

 

Jack Nelson and Germaine posted on 9/27/18

Carolyn and family: Jack and I will always remember Fred. Before we even left California, we would bug Bill and Elly to set up a lunch, a dinner, a drink.... a whatever..... with you guys. So much craziness. So much fun. You will have a life time of wonderful memories to keep you company. May God bless you and your family.

 

Lonnie Tolbert posted on 9/26/18

REST IN PEACE MOMA D Michael,Donna and Liz, I loved her as much as yall did it was wounderful to see everyone again.

 

Patty King posted on 9/26/18

Ms. Colleen was always a happy and loving woman. I have only known her for a few short years. Always welcoming and very respectful. I help to take care of her daughter Linda and her granddaughter Erin. She sure will be missed by alot of people. Rest In Peace Ms. Colleen!!!

 

Donner posted on 9/26/18

My deepest condolences to the family. Remember you are not alone at this difficult time. “God is our refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress.” Psalm 46:1

 

Bill Harper posted on 9/26/18

Can't believe he is gone, one of the most genuine people i have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Elly and i had great times with Fred and Carolyn and Steve and Suzanne Crow. You will be sadly missed, my friend. God Bless Carolyn and the family and may God's Grace help you through this most terrible time. Bill and Elly Harper

 

Donner posted on 9/26/18

My deepest condolences to the family. Remember you are not alone at this difficult time. “God is our refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress.” Psalm 46:1

 

Donner posted on 9/26/18

My deepest condolences to the family. Remember you are not alone at this difficult time. “God is our refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress.” Psalm 46:1

 

Angie Hidalgo posted on 9/26/18

Ms.Colleen was always so kind and welcoming to myself and to my family when we would visit her home in Madisonville. My brother is married to Katie, Ms. Colleen’s granddaughter. My children knew her and referred to her as ‘Nana’ affectionately. She was really a very nice person, and I personally see how much she meant to Katie, to her life, as I recognize that it was the love she shared with Katie throughout her life that fostered in Katie also a loving and kind and welcoming spirit. Ms. Colleen did good and hence now may she receive the fruits of her labor, and be granted eternal Rest In Peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with Katie and Cliff and all of their family. Blessings, Angie Hidalgo

 

Lynwood Driskill posted on 9/26/18

Condolences to the Family, Sorry For Your Loss: Classmates of Bruce Kestler DDS from Class of1966 Charity Hospital school of Radiologic Technology New Orleans,La...

 

Ravi Rau posted on 9/25/18

Yasuo Namba was a graduate student of our LSU Physics & Astronomy department many decades ago, and a good friend. In the years since when he taught physics at McKinley High, he was the most loyal attendee of a monthly series of lectures in our department called Saturday Science at LSU, aimed at area high school juniors and seniors interested in science, and the range of those activities at LSU. Not only was he about the only teacher who attended but he missed almost no lecture in over twenty years. It was always a pleasure to see him there, and exchange a few words before and after each lecture, and to see his enthusiasm about all science. We will miss him. May he be in peace, and our sympathies to his immediate family.

 

Meggie Dobson Collier posted on 9/25/18

So sorry to hear of Mr. Martin’s passing. What a great and kind-hearted father and husband and friend to so many. I will surely miss his smile and his laughter and will always remember him fondly.

 

Paul Hamra posted on 9/24/18

I am shocked to have just learned of Allen's death. Allen was a great friend all through college and professional school. We carpooled to LSU together and took genetics at the Life Sciences Building - man what a hike from south campus! I'll always remember going to The Keg on Nicholson Drive and also Zachary's and Fap's after the LSU football games! He encouraged me to go to a party once where I met my wife of 38 years! I remember standing in each other's wedding's thinking "Man, you were right! I did meet my wife at that party"! Man what good times! RIP Old Friend!

 

Jennifer Smith Culotta posted on 9/24/18

I am so very sorry over the loss of Dyke. He was truly a great man, and I know he will be sorely missed by all those who were privileged enough to know him. Much Love and prayers, Jennifer Smith Culotta

 

Mary Sharp Wark posted on 9/24/18

Much love to you, and I'm so sorry.

 

Joanna Mayer posted on 9/24/18

Lanie, I'll never forget your dad's sweet, kind heart. I always felt welcome in your home during our college years. Prayers for you all, love to your mom.

 

Brandon posted on 9/24/18

I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. Losing a loved one in death is such a difficult thing to cope with. My heart goes out to the family and friends of Alice during this time. Cherish the memories together. Please find comfort in knowing that God views death as an "enemy" and will act to end it forever (1st Cor 15:26). God's Word also promises a time in the future where we can all have a hope of seeing our dead loved ones again (John 5:28,29). A beautiful hope. Take care.

 

Brandon posted on 9/24/18

I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. Losing a loved one in death is such a difficult thing to cope with. My heart goes out to the family and friends of Lou during this time. Cherish the memories together. Please find comfort in knowing that God views death as an "enemy" and will act to end it forever (1st Cor 15:26). God's Word also promises a time in the future where we can all have a hope of seeing our dead loved ones again (John 5:28,29). A beautiful hope. Take care.

 

Marlene Patin posted on 9/24/18

Jeff and Katy, So sorry to hear of your loss. Praying for you and your family. Deepest sympathy,

 

Leona and Lauren Elizabeth posted on 9/24/18

We will always remember his sweet smile and kind words.

 

Judy Alonso posted on 9/19/18

Mimi I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers are with you and your family at this time.

 

Kee posted on 9/19/18

To the family, Please accept my condolences on the loss of your loved one. I hope that the words at Psalms 34:18 and 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 can bring you comfort in your time of sorrow.

 

Janeth McCarron Moresi posted on 9/19/18

I am so sorry to hear of Ditty’s passing. I will always remember her as my neighbor on Wisteria Street with the very fondest of memories. God bless you all.

 

Kristy Virgets Landry posted on 9/19/18

Such a beautiful lady inside and out. I will always remember her laughing at us. We were kids being kids and she understood that with no judgement. Godspeed Aunt Ditty! I love you. Hugs to all of my cousins missing her.❤️

 

Karen Lindsey posted on 9/19/18

Sending love and prayers of peace to all.

 

 

Jan Gaines posted on 9/18/18

She was my gentle daughter. I raised her ...she had no step father. She had a father. The fact that i was excluded would have offended her. I have seen her since...she is happy. I love her every moment...and she knows it. Thank you!

 

mark claflin posted on 9/16/18

Ruedell was one of the nicest and most loving people I ever met. She will be sorely missed by all who knew her.

 

Lanette E posted on 9/15/18

Dear Family, You have my deepest sympathy for your loss. May God provide you with comfort during this grievous time and he promises a better future. Revelation 21:3, 4

 

Mary Ann Garidel Hammons posted on 9/14/18

Sorry to hear that Mrs. Morrell has passed away. I have always thought of her often and will never forget the great family she has and how much she loved them. I'm not sure if I can make the service but will try. My condolences to the family.

 

Jennifer "Kootchy" Bordelon Primeaux posted on 9/14/18

I am so sorry about Aunt Lou. I am sorry we couldn't make it to pay our respects and see all of you. It has been way too long. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. I have so many fond memories of days and nights spent with all of you. My love to all .

 

Bobby & Valerie Neal posted on 9/14/18

You and your family have our deepest condolences for your loss. Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot healed. Lifting you'll up in prayer.

 

 

Ken and Sheila Richardson posted on 9/13/18

I'm praying for the family, may the Lord encompass you with his peace and comfort that surpasses all understanding.

 

Nancy Bordelon Easterling posted on 9/13/18

So sorry about Aunt Lou... I wish I could see all of my cousins. I will be thinking of you all.

 

Jonathan Warner posted on 9/13/18

So sad to hear of "Aunt" Vonnie's passing. She will be sorely missed by anyone who had the good fortune to know her. I will especially miss our birthday telephone calls--she always brought a smile.

 

Leon Owens, Clifford Byrd and the Polk City Family Reunion Committee posted on 9/12/18

The Polk City Community family is saddened by the passing of Mrs. Mae E. Grayes-Belton. Mae was an integral part in making our Polk City Family Reunions a huge success. We pray God's arms will hold her loved ones and bring them comfort in the days ahead. You will be greatly missed; peace be with you our Sister.

 

Nolan Ducote posted on 9/12/18

My deepest condolences to all of the family members.

 

Jerry and Sara Jordan posted on 9/11/18

Prayers with you and your family,

 

Brenda McMahon-Fife posted on 9/11/18

So very saddened to hear of Ms. Mae's passing. She was an awesome lady and an asset to Our Lady of the Lake Elderly Housing's Board. My prayers & thoughts go out to her family and friends. May her love forever shine down on her loved ones to bring them peace.

 

ron woloszyk posted on 9/11/18

one of my best high school buddies. sorry didn't know about this until now. always will be thinking about him and the great times together.

 

Celestin Family posted on 9/10/18

We are so sorry for the passing of your loved one. May your family find true peace and comfort from God’s promise to reunite us with our family and friends who have passed by means of an earthly resurrection (John 5:28,29). We all eagerly await the fulfillment of this wonderful promise from our Heavenly Father.

 

Celestin Family posted on 9/10/18

We are so sorry for the passing of your dear loved one. May the family find true peace and comfort from God’s promise to reunite us with our family and friends who have died by means of an earthly resurrection (John 5:28,29). We all eagerly await the fulfillment of this wonderful promise from our Heavenly Father. Until that glorious day arrives, please lean on the God of all comfort for strength during this difficult time.

 

Celestin Family posted on 9/10/18

We are so sorry for the loss of your loved one. May your family find true peace and comfort from God’s promise to reunite us with our family and friends who have passed by means of an earthly resurrection (John 5:28,29). We all eagerly await the fulfillment of this wonderful promise from our Heavenly Father.

 

Leslie Jensen Hines posted on 9/10/18

Tara and I went to Biloxi MS in her white car, I knew her mother and grandmother when they lived around Park Forest off Greenwell Springs Road. I went to her graduation from BelAire High School and she went to mine in 1975.

 

 

Leslie Jensen Hines posted on 9/10/18

in lovin memory

 

Leslie Jensen Hines posted on 9/10/18

Tara and I went to Bioloxi MS in her white car. year 1974 or so

 

Leslie Jensen Hines posted on 9/10/18

I went to school with Tara Blanchard at BelAire High in 1975.

 

TRUDIE MONTZ BARRACO posted on 9/9/18

My sympathy to all the family of Aunt Glory.

 

Nancy McNemar, SSND posted on 9/8/18

So sorry to learn this morning that (Ms. Montz) passed on....Glad you have had her for such a long time. Will never forget her soft talk and kind ways. Mother loved her very much. We were grateful for all the sewing she did for all of us.

 

Terry Landry posted on 9/8/18

John was a mentor and like a second father to me. He was instrumental in my personal, career and spiritual development. He was a man of great character and as a friend said "someone to look up to." I look forward to seeing him again in that place where God "will wipe away every tear from our eyes, and there will be no more death or sorrow or crying or pain. All these things will be gone forever."

 

Erica Madden posted on 9/8/18

Yasuo Namba was a dignified, humble, and endlessly accepting human being. He acted as a second father since I spent countless hours growing up in the Namba household. Erica has been my longest friend, and the Namba family and mine have merged in my mind. In Yasuo’s presence I always felt nurtured and accepted. I never spent much time chatting with Yasuo, I was focused on playing with my friend. But Yasuo was always a comforting presence. I know now I missed a great opportunity to learn from a great man. For all the years that I knew the Namba family, I always knew that Yasuo stood out as a great and much loved teacher. The man I knew was amused by our obsessions as children and teenagers but never judgmental, only ever curious and nurturing. I remember Yasuo sitting reading in the living room. He made the most delicious bean soup that I loved to eat. Once I remember Erica told me about him teaching her to sketch a raccoon, how he was meticulous down to each strand of fur. He had many skills he could share, but never pushed or flaunted these. I just wish I had more time to spend with him as an adult. Thank you Yasuo for being such a great human being. I’ll do my best to follow your example in my life. All my love to Maria, Erica and Toshi.

 

Brandi posted on 9/7/18

She and my daughter designed her dress for first communion many years ago. It was passed down to my youngest daughter and she wore it as well. She was an amazing neighbor. We would walk to visit her often.

 

Mary Speer posted on 9/7/18

She was my mother's neighbor. My sympathy to the family

 

Mary Speer posted on 9/7/18

She was my mother's neighbor. My sympathy to the family.

 

Keenan Kelly posted on 9/7/18

Dear Mrs. Leah: From myself, my firm and our entire family we are very sorry for your loss. You have always been very special to our family. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Keenan K Kelly Donald G. Kelly William L. Townsend, III

 

krista harman posted on 9/7/18

Dear Cancienne Family, We are truly sorry to hear of the loss of your father. Our hearts and thoughts are with you during this difficult time. Krista and Scott Harman

 

krista harman posted on 9/7/18

Dear Cancienne Family, We are truly sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. Our hearts and thoughts are with you during this difficult time. Krista and Scott Harman

 

Leila and Masamichi Inoue posted on 9/7/18

Yasuo and his family have been our friends since we moved to Baton Rouge more than 2 decades ago and participated in BR Japan Club activities including Bonodori. His passing away saddened and shocked us. In recent years we had enjoyed sipping coffee with him in a neighborhood café chatting about good old days, current issues on a wide range of topics in science, research, politics, education and life in general. As an educator he has expressed deep concern about current trends in education with that characteristic philosopher-like wisdom, cynicism and optimism. To Maria, Eric, and Toshi. . . for Yasuo to devote 25 years in a classroom with teen-agers was not the easiest task . . . certainly fellow teachers and educators appreciate and thank him for job well done!

 

Thomas knorwalski posted on 9/7/18

We are so sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort, Jehovah, look after you during this most difficult time. In the book of Revelation 21:3,4 there is a beautiful promise he gives where he says that soon will come a time when death, mourning, and tears will be no more. May thoughts and scriptures like this be of comfort to you during this most difficult time.

 

Laurie Petty posted on 9/7/18

Keeping this family in my prayers. It was always a pleasure to visit with Mrs. Montz, always a smile on her face and a peaceful voice to talk with. I met her through my sister Phyllis Neyland.

 

Charlotte Hart posted on 9/5/18

Mr. Namba, you left an indelible mark on my teen years. I have countless memories from your class, many of which continue to help me understand physics to this day. Your words and funny monkey pictures helped me laugh through graduate classes in exercise science. I can still hear your voice 20 years later, both in how you called us to attention and how you made jokes. Thank you for your work and your kindnesses. My condolences to your family. You will be missed.

 

Leor Pantilat posted on 9/5/18

You have left us too soon, but I am grateful to have met you. Your thirst for knowledge seemed unquenchable and your wisdom and intelligence provided many opportunities for me to learn. You kindness and integrity allowed me to feel comfortable and accepted as a new member of your family immediately. I thank you for that. You raised two beautiful children and you were immensely proud of their accomplishments. I know they will continue to make you proud. I was so happy to see you so joyous at the wedding; I treasure the memory of your amazing speech and dancing the night away. Your physical presence will be missed greatly, but your spirit continues to be felt.

 

Louise posted on 9/4/18

God hates death; he views it as an enemy. (1 Corinthians 15:26) He has a longing to conquer that enemy, to undo death by means of the resurrection. He yearns to bring back those who are in his memory and to see them live on earth again.​—Job 14:14, 15.

 

Eizi and Atsuko Morikawa posted on 9/4/18

We would like to express our sincere condolences to Namba-san’s family. I remember well that occasionally we had pleasant conversations when we met at various places in the city. He was always sincere and polite. Gomeifuku wo Oinori Moshiagemasu.

 

Yoshinori and Akiko Kamo posted on 9/4/18

We send our utmost condolences to Yasuo's family. We remember him as a great father for Erica and Toshi in Japanese School and loving husband for Maria. RIP, Namba-san.

 

Yoshinori and Akiko Kamo posted on 9/4/18

We send our utmost condolences to Yasuo's family. We remember him a good father for Erica and Toshi in Japanese School and great husband for Maria. RIP, Namba-san.

 

Susie Jackson (Dillard's Customer) posted on 9/1/18

Praying for your strength in the loss of your husband

 

Amber Micka posted on 9/1/18

My condolences to the family for your loss of Mr. Juneau. May God strengthen and comfort you with his promise of the resurrection. Acts 24:15

 

 

Monica Ann posted on 9/1/18

So sorry for the loss ,sending prayers! My heart is heavy for you guys,in hopes you will heal from hurting in time.

 

Anotinette Wright posted on 9/1/18

Carla I am So Sorry for the loss of your son. Your family are in my prayers

 

Zoe & Rick Stigler posted on 8/31/18

Our heart goes out to you, Loreal, and the rest of LJ's family. May God grant you all peace.

 

The Murakami’s posted on 8/31/18

You were such a gentle man and you will be missed by so many.

 

Tasha Aunt Mimmy Buras posted on 8/30/18

So young & so sad. Rest In Peace L.J. & give my brother Gavin Buras a big hug for me.🙂❤🙏 A very nice obituary L'ore'al, you made your Daddy very proud & now he along with your Uncle Gavin will be looking over you from above.🙂❤🙏👍

 

Joey Wheeler posted on 8/30/18

RIP. Prayers to his family and friends.

 

 

Pepsi Briggs Pepper posted on 8/30/18

Fly high L.J. you will be missed by many my friend ..Gone too soon...sit along my brother and watch over us in the name of Jesus be at Peace...My Prayers are with the FAMILY

 

 

Christina walters posted on 8/30/18

May he forever rest in peace

 

Frances Casborn posted on 8/30/18

My Deepest Heartfelt Sympathy To Carla and His Children So Sorry For Your Loss, May He Now Rest In Paradise.

 

Denise Cousin posted on 8/30/18

Condolences to the family

 

 

Maureen S. Fuzy posted on 8/29/18

I am so sorry. Roy, Loreal, and Carla you all and the entire family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Pat Chidester posted on 8/29/18

I am so very sorry to hear about Dr. H. I was his Nurse for 12 years a long time ago. He was such a part of our family from my husband's CHS football days, the adoption of our children. He was an integral part of our son's diagnosis of Diabetes at age 4 and was by our side at his funeral. We were unaware of his death until today. May God be with each of you during this sorrow but know that Dr H was a very remarkable man and he touched many lives with his faith, love and neverending care. Much love to all of the Hannie Family Gerry and Pat Chidester

 

Mary Miller posted on 8/28/18

I will always be grateful for the loving care given to my nicu miracle. Every time I went to see my baby, knowing Julie was taking care of her...gave me so much peace ! She was a special and exceptional human being❤️ Much love and prayers for you all, The Millers

 

Dr. Don Deems posted on 8/27/18

I am sorry to hear of the loss of Mr. Harelson; I have lost touch with your entire family but happened to run across the announcement in the Little Rock paper. My condolences to Mrs. Harelson, Paula, Keith, and Amy. I hope you are all doing well. Mr. Harelson alwasy greeted me with a smile and put up with the racket of Keith and I playing guitars either in the house or in "the hole". Such great memories! Warmly, Dr. Don Deems

 

Katharine Bennett posted on 8/27/18

Carla, Jackie, Sean and families, Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and that I share in your grief. "May God uplift you gently, Take the sorrow that you bear, And comfort you with healing In the safety of His care."

 

Katharine Bennett posted on 8/27/18

Rev. Marvin Collins

 

Elaine Barnum posted on 8/24/18

Carla - sorry for your loss - Praying for you and your family

 

Gloria Kirby Schilling posted on 8/24/18

Thank you Marvin and Carla for being the greatest friends anyone could have ever had. Carla, I still love you and think of you frequently. Years and miles may have separated us but I will always love you my friend. Thoughts and prayers for you and your family.

 

Gloria Kirby Schilling posted on 8/24/18

Thank you Marvin and Carla for being the greatest friends anyone could have ever had. Carla, I still love you and think of you frequently. Years and miles may have separated us but I will always love you my friend. Thoughts and prayers for you and your family.

 

Pam Norred posted on 8/24/18

Brother Marvin. I have thought of you so often over the years. Being raised in a hard core religious church, being taught that you had to be perfect to get to Heaven, I had given up hope of ever being good enough. Therefore, leaving religion behind at the age of 18 and feelin