With great sadness, we bid farewell to Elise Breaux, age 99, who passed away on Friday, February 2, 2024, surrounded by her loving family in Franklin, LA.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Tuesday, February 6th, 2024, for Elise. Visitation will begin at 10:00 AM until time of the Holy Rosary to be Prayed at 12:30 PM lead by the Men’s Ultreya Group. Mass will begin at 1:00 PM, Fr. Joel Faulk will officiate.
Those selected as pallbearers will be; Kenneth Breaux, Gary Breaux, Lauren Breaux, Dustin Guillot, Robert Broussard, Dirk Doucet.
Those selected as honorary pallbearers will be; Rhett Broussard, Hudson Broussard and Davis Broussard.
Elise’s heart overflowed with love for her family, particularly her beloved grandchildren, who brought her immeasurable joy. Her unwavering faith was the cornerstone of her life, guiding her steps with grace and compassion.
As a dedicated member of the ladies’ altar society, Elise found solace in service and community, sharing her warmth and kindness with all she met. She treasured the moments spent in laughter and companionship with dear friends, enriching their lives with her presence.
Elise’s life was adorned with countless adventures shared alongside her cherished husband, Dallas. Together, they embarked on a journey marked by wanderlust and boundless love. As Dallas pursued his career as an electrician, they traveled the breadth of the United States, from coast to coast, from bustling cities to tranquil countryside, each new destination offering a new home full of experiences and memories.
She is survived by her loving sons, Kenneth and his wife Connie, Gary and his wife Mary; her grandchildren Lauren, Robert, Broussard and his wife Molly, Kioka and her husband Dustin Gullot; her great-grandchildren, Rhett, Hudson, Davis, Max, Knox, and Phoenix; as well as a host of extended family and friends whom she loved dearly.
In the loving embrace of her heavenly reunion, Elise is welcomed by her beloved husband of 60 years, Dallas, and her dear parents, Louis and Lucy Doucet, who surely greet her with open arms.