Shelley H. Gaudin
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Shelley H. Gaudin, 76, a resident of St. Amant, LA, passed away on Monday, July 27, 2020. Mr. Gaudin worked 30 years for Borden Chemical as an operator. He was also gifted in working with his hands. He enjoyed working on old cars, upholstering furniture, and crocheting which he learned from his mother. Shelley H. will be remembered as a loving husband, devoted father, and caring grandfather. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, DeLoise R. Gaudin, daughters Kelly Gaudin; Rene' Denham, (Randy); Amy Gauthier, (Barry); Debbie Gaudin, son Eric Gaudin, (Amy). Also survived by his grandchildren: Raley, Ryann, Regan, Sheldon, Alaina, Cody, Adam, Eric, Jacob and Bryce. As well as his great-grandchildren: Reese, Dawson, George Jr., Julie, Addison, Marleigh, Brailen, and James. His siblings: Greg, Rene', Rod, and Dewana. He is preceded in death by his parents Earline and Gene Stephens and Shelley S. and Anita Gaudin.

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Published in The Advocate from Aug. 1 to Aug. 3, 2020.
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September 5, 2020
Daddy was the smartest man I knew. He could do anything. He was creative, curious and fierce all at the same time. And he had such a great sense of humor. I laughed like a little girl when he said something funny. He was my hero and I will miss you Daddy.
Kelly J Gaudin
August 6, 2020
I was saddened to read of Shelley's passing. His and my own 30 years at Borden Chemical overlapped. Though we were never shift-mates, I liked and respected him. I never heard an ill word about or from Shelley.
Eldon Ledoux
August 2, 2020
Amy q Gaudin
August 1, 2020
David Carubba
August 1, 2020
Sending my condolences and prayers to the family of Mr. Shelly. May the God of comfort surround you during your times of sadness. So sorry for your loss.
Carla Bercegeay Hill
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