Gerald Boudreaux
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Gerald Boudreaux, age 80, passed away on Wednesday, July 22, 2020, at 11:00 a.m. at Baton Rouge General Medical Center - Bluebonnet. A resident of Watson, LA and native of Lawtell, LA. He was retired from Borden Dairy and Dairy Fresh. Visiting at Live Oak United Methodist Church, 34890 Hwy. 16, Denham Springs, LA on Saturday, August 1, 2020 from 2:00 p.m. until memorial service at 3:00 p.m. conducted by Pastor Mark Crosby. Survived by his wife of 58 years, Cinder Boudreaux; daughter, Kristi Boudreaux; sons, Steve Boudreaux and wife, Rachel, and Trent Boudreaux and wife, Maria; and grandchildren, Dr. Tyler Boudreaux and wife, Bri, Danielle Boudreaux, Shelby Boudreaux, Gabrielle Hollier, and Joshua Hollier. Preceded in death by his parents, James and Veota Boudreaux. He was a member of Live Oak United Methodist Church. Arrangements under the care of Ascension Funeral Home. Please visit the online guestbook at

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Published in The Advocate from Jul. 25 to Aug. 1, 2020.
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August 1, 2020
The world has lost another of it’s good people. Our condolences to Cindy & her family. Just like all good people, he will be missed. God bless your family.
Jay & Verina Weaver
July 30, 2020
Steve...So sorry to hear about your Fathers passing. Praying for your family for comfort and strength. May the lord wrap his arms around you and your family and guide you. Your Dad was/is a great guy that we were blessed to meet. May he Rest In Peace.
Brenda & David Brown
July 28, 2020
I met Gerald about 15 years ago at a hardware store. We started chatting about RVs and realizes we lived just down the street from one another and also we had a kindred spirit about us and became like brothers. Gerald became just as close to me as a brother, we got along very well most of the time but we had our differences like brothers and would hug and apologize and everything would be fine. I’ll miss our once or twice weekly phone conversations which covered about everything from Motorhome, grandkids, religion, politics and everything in between. He was more than a great friend and more like a brother. This street will never be the same my friend, and I will miss you greatly. Grief can be so hard when we loose a special friend and Gerald was a great friend to me. May God bless your family and loved ones.
Curles McGee
July 27, 2020
He was a very kind man.Easy to talk to and always treated me with kindness and respect. We ways had good conversation. RIP Mr. Gerald.
Travis T Boudreaux
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