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In Loving Memory of our Angels

John Paul Gibson


Jennifer Lynn Navarro


"Jen" was a member of Acadiana Bowling Lanes, Perfect World Bowling League.  

She loved life, but more than anything, she loved to worship; "Give Praise to God".  

Survivors include her parents, Raymond and Gwendolyn L. Navarro of Arnaudville; Three brothers, Christopher LeBlanc and his wife, Krystal, Raymond Navarro, IV, and Joshua Navarro, all of Arnaudville; Her maternal grandparents, Emma Goodin of Marrero and Prophet Landry of Thibodaux; Her paternal grandparents, Raymond and Saundra Navarro, Jr. of Marrero; Her nieces and nephews, Eryn Percle, Karissa LeBlanc and Christian LeBlanc; Many loving aunts and uncles, and friends.


Nicolas Tate Courville


Nicolas Tate Courville, 13 Months old, passed away on Friday, January 26, 2007.
Survivors include his parents, David Courville and Mary Frances Deshotels Courville; One sister, Olivia Courville; one brother, Jackson Courville; His maternal grandparents, Beverly G. Deshotels and S.J. Deshotels, Sr.; His paternal grandparents, Franklin and Verona Courville; Nine aunts; five uncles; fifteen cousins; and his beloved canine buddies, "Max" and "Scout". 

Nicolas Tate Courville was born on December 19, 2005 to David and Mary Courville. He loved spending special time playing with his brother, Jackson and his sister, Olivia. Nicolas was a happy baby, who loved life, loved attention, and always wanted to be held close by those he loved. He was always very affectionate and loved to give special kisses. He enjoyed listening to his music and spending time with his family. He will be dearly missed not only by family and friends, but by all of those who knew and loved him.

Heather Gardner



Brittlyn Willis







Claire Goudeau


Brittlyn Claire Willis, 7, passed away on October 28, 2008.

She is survived by her parents, Hector Willis, Jr. of Kaplan and Natasha Willis of Erath. She also leaves behind her sister, Alexis Desormeaux of Erath; her maternal grandmother, Ruth Desormeaux; her paternal grandparents, Hector Willis, Sr. and his wife, Roxanne and Polly Eddington and her husband, Rodney; and her aunts and uncles, Ramona Broussard, Rhonda and Todd Mitchell, Jennifer and Jimmy Broussard, Gardy Desormeaux, Joseph Eddington, Bryan Eddington, Harley Willis and Rhesa Vincent. She is also survived by Natasha’s companion, Jeramie LeBlanc and his daughter, Jaylee LeBlanc, and Hector Jr.’s companion, Desiree Dartez.

Brit-Brit enjoyed eating, playing outside, being at school, laughing, being at church, dancing, playing with her dog, Baby Girl, and spending time with Mom and Dad. She was in Special Olympics and the Buddy Walk. She will be greatly missed by her family, friends and everyone that met her. 


 

 

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