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|38251||Xavier "Black" Levron, of Marrero, LA on Saturday, December 28, 1985 at 10 30 AM; beloved husband of the late Edna Henry Levron; father of Mrs. Dussie L. Ockman and Wilbert J. Levron and the late Elizabeth "Bessie" Vicknair; son ofthe late Josephine LeBoeuf Levron and Fredrick Levron; brother of Mrs. Bernice Peterson, Mrs. Leona Breaux, Mrs. Ovelia Hotard, Ralph and Joseph Levron and the late Dewey Levron; also survived by 8 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren. Age 85 years, a native of Montegut, LA and a resident of Marrero, LA for the past 51 years.|
Relatives and friends of the family, also employees of Billiot Industries, Jefferson Parish School Board, and Celotex Corporation, are invited to attend the funeral. Services from Mothe Funeral Home Inc., 2100 Westbank Expressway, Harvey, LA on Monday, December 30, 1985 at 9 o'clock AM Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in the funeral Chapel. Interment in Bisland Cemetery, Bourg, Louisiana Parlors will be open on Sunday, December 29, 1985 6 PM until 11 PM
|Levron, Joseph Xavier Frederic (I62)
|38252||yler Elizabeth Andrus and William Robert Wied exchanged wedding vows on Friday, April 17, 2015 during an evening Nuptial Mass at the Cathedral of Saint John the Evangelist in Lafayette. Father Howard J. Blessing served as celebrant.|
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Whitcomb Andrus of Lafayette. Her mother is the former Michelle Jane Broadhurst of Lafayette, Louisiana. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Edward Wied of Pearland, Texas. His mother is the former Noel Teresita Blakely of New Orleans, Louisiana. Mr. William Charles Broadhurst and the late Mary Jane Gates Romero and Mr. Dwight Wilbur Andrus, junior and the late Nedra Ferne Reed Andrus are the grandparents of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Noel Quentin Blakely and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fred Wied are the grandparents of the groom.
In the vestibule of the Cathedral, Laura Laine Ahrens and Mary Drew Ahrens, cousins of the bride, greeted guests with programs. Matthew John Laborde and Andreau Philip Trepagnier, close friends of the groom, served as ushers.
Accompanied by Bach's "Brandenburg Concerto No. 1" as a prelude, the bride's mother was escorted by her uncle, Stanley Osterland Gates, while the groom escorted his mother to their respective family pews.
The procession of the wedding party began with "Passacaile" by Handel and "Romanza" by Mozart as bridesmaids Whitney Kathryn Andrus Ashy, Layne Whitcomb Andrus, Heidi Ingrid Wied Bunyan, Heather Kristin Wied, sisters of the bride and groom, and Kaci Nicole Misita and Kelly Lynn Carbo, close friends of the bride, entered the Cathedral. They joined groomsmen Steven Mitchell Ashy, junior, brother-in-law of the bride, and Christopher Blake Hagen, Blake Allen Hampton, Michael Roy Ashy, Edward Donovan Gutierrez and Sean Nicholas Vannoy, friends of the groom. Taylor Beaullieu Sadler, friend of the groom, served as Best Man. Avery Elise Andrus, sister of the bride, served as Maid of Honor and followed in procession. Flower girls were Grace Kathryn Ashy, Olivia Louise Babin, Elizabeth Kay Braniff and Meryl Elizabeth Jones. Ring bearer was Steven Mitchell Ashy III.
The bridal attendants wore floor length dresses in mist gray, made of the finest, lightest tulle, customized in wear by each attendant. They carried satin ribbon tied bouquets of pink ranunculus, garden roses and anemones. The flower girls wore ivory organza tea length dresses with blush pink sashes. They held wedding pomanders made of pink flowers tied with satin ribbon and suspended by a strand of pearls. The ring bearer wore a cream linen short set and carried a petit point pillow handworked by his maternal grandmother.
The gentlemen of the wedding party wore black peak-lapelled tailcoats with matching formal trousers and boutonnieres of stephanotis.
"Fireworks Overture" by Handel heralded the bride's entrance on the arm of her father. The bride wore a custom gown of her own design. The sleeveless, high-necked bodice featured an illusion yoke of fine tulle above a sweetheart silhouette detailed with Alencon lace and was fastened in back by a row of small silk-covered buttons. From the natural waist, accented with a crystal embellished satin belt, fell a full skirt composed of multiple tissue-thin layers of tulle and silk organza of various lengths. She wore her Andrus great-grandmother's aquamarine and diamond ring as her something blue. A cathedral length veil completed her look. In her shoe was an antique sixpence, a gift from her maternal grandmother. She carried a bouquet of tightly arranged peonies in various shades of pink and white secured with satin ribbon. Entwined in the flowers was a strand of pearls, a gift from her paternal grandmother.
Following the celebrant's welcome and opening prayers, readings were offered by Meredith Jane Domengeaux and Kayli Jane Robichaux, close friends of the bride.
Musicians for the service were Andrea Mouton, soprano; Will Green and Scotty Walker, trumpets; Thomas Niel, organ; and from the Vermilion Strings Quartet, Lauren Baker and Yang Yang Li, violins; Emil Ivanov, viola and Emma Guidry, cello. The recessional, "Hornpipe" by Handel, followed the final nuptial blessings.
A reception immediately followed at the Alumni House at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
The evening preceding the ceremony, a rehearsal dinner, hosted by the groom's parents, was held at Café Vermilionville.
Following a honeymoon in Bora Bora in the French Polynesian Islands, the bride and groom will be at home in Houston, Texas.
|38253||Yvette Marie Begnaud and Justin Cain Anzalone exchanged marriage vows during a 7 p.m. nuptial mass on April 11th, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Broussard. Reverend Louis Richard officiated the ceremony, and was assisted by Reverend Monsignor Charles Mallet.|
The bride is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Glenn David Begnaud. She is the granddaughter of the late Mr. & Mrs. Paul Trahan of Scott, and the late Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Calvin Begnaud of Carencro. She is a graduate of Teurlings Catholic High School and the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, where she graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting.
The groom is the son of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Charles Anzalone, Jr. He is the grandson of Ms. Peggy Morgan and the late Mr. Edwin Earl Morgan, and Ms. Dolores Anzalone and the late Mr. Joseph Charles Anzalone, Sr. He is a graduate of Teurlings Catholic High School and the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, where he obtained the degree of Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology - Exercise Science.
Escorted by her father, the bride wore a full length A-line gown of Ivory satin covered in point-espriand lace appliqués. The entire gown was re-embroidered with pearls and swarofski crystals. The sweetheart neckline of the bodice was fastened by a corset closure. The full A-line skirt flowed into a cathedral train. Scalloped beaded lace appliqués edged the hem of the gown. The bride also wore a two tier veil of silk illusion with fine edge trim.
Matron of honor was Victoria Smith and Maid of honor was Nicole Bergeron, friends of the bride. Bridesmaids were Jenci Anzalone, sister of the groom; Danette Snider and Harlee Wilson, cousins of the bride; Macki Nevils and Madeline Dugas, friends of the bride. Flower girls were Lily & Grace Anzalone, cousins of the groom, and Lola Sullivan, friend of the bride and groom.
Best man was Joseph Anzalone, III, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were David Begnaud and Matthew Begnaud, brothers of the bride; Jonathon Morgan, cousin of the groom; and Steven Griffith, Matthew Kennedy, and Josh Moseley, friends of the groom. Ring bearers were Zack Snider and Emory Stewart, godchildren of the bride; and Chapin Stewart, cousin of the bride. Ushers were Josh Morgan and Paul Trahan, cousins of the bride and groom; and Jeffery Vidacovich and Aaron Hargrave, friends of the bride and groom.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at River Oaks.
After a honeymoon trip to Playa del Carmen, Mexico, the couple will reside in Lafayette.
|38254||Yvette Marie Latiolais and Cedric Wade Lavergne were united in marriage on November 14, 2009 during a 1 p.m. ceremony held at St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church in Carencro. Father Bill Melancon officiated the ceremony.|
The bride is the daughter of Paul Latiolais and Myra Vallot Latiolais, of Carencro. She is a graduate of Carencro High School. She is employed as a sales representative at Gulf South Printing and Specialties.
The groom is the son of Bradley Lavergne and Rita Mire Lavergne, of Lafayette. He is a graduate of Comeaux High School. He is owner of C & J Enterprises of Louisiana.
The bride wore an ivory strapless satin wedding dress. The bodice was draped at the side and was beaded with crystals and lace appliqué. The neckline was beaded with the same crystal and lace appliqué. The beading of the bodice was also carried along the back of the bodice and down the chapel train. Her headpiece was an ivory fingertip veil. She carried a bouquet of rust orange hydrangeas.
Maid of Honor was Jaci Meche, friend of the bride, of Carencro and Matron of Honor was Rhyana Reese, cousin of the bride, of Youngsville. Bridesmaids were Renee Stelly, cousin of the bride, of Carencro, Jill Coleman, cousin of the bride, of Youngsville and Lisa Chachere, friend of the bride, of Lafayette. Flower girls were Allie Lavergne, daughter of the couple, of Lafayette and Mattie Stelly, Godchild of the bride, of Carencro.
Best Man was Gary Nezat, friend of the groom, of Scott. Groomsmen were Travis Mire, cousin of the groom, of Lafayette, Derrik Lavergne, cousin of the groom, of Lafayette, Brannon Mire, cousin of the groom, of Lafayette and Josh Mire, cousin of the groom, of Lafayette. Ring bearers were Kodie Stelly, cousin of the bride, of Carencro and Evan Reese, Godchild of the bride of Youngsville.
Ushers were Matthew Wiltz, friend of the bride, of Carencro and Brent Reese, cousin in law of the bride, of Youngsville.
Following the wedding, a reception was held at Youngsville Center in Youngsville.
After the wedding Cedric, Yvette and Allie will reside in Lafayette.
|38255||Yvette Monique Gerard and James Ashley Lormand exchanged wedding vows on Saturday, January 21, 2012, during an afternoon ceremony at St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church in Abbeville. Father William Blanda served as officiant.|
The bride is the daughter of Shirley Gerard and the late Aldes J. Gerard of Duson. She is a graduate of Acadiana High School and UL Lafayette. She is a registered nurse at Heart Hospital of Lafayette.
The groom is the son of Percy Lormand, Jr. and the late Marie Istre Lormand of Kaplan. He is the grandson of Velma Lormand and the late Percy Lormand, Sr. of Kaplan and the late Eddie and Eda Istre of Gueydan. He is a graduate of Kaplan High School and LSU. He is a medical technologist at Abbeville General Hospital.
Escorted by her brother, Rene' Gerard, the bride wore an ivory Bordeaux taffeta Maggie Sottero gown. A matching bolero and handmade chapel-length veil accompanied the gown for the ceremony.
Rhea Doucet, cousin of the bride, served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Aimee Abshire and Nicole Gerard, sisters of the bride, and Katy Ancelet, friend of the bride. Flower girls were Meridith and Caitlyn Abshire, nieces of the bride.
Best Man was Jake Hebert, friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Brett Abshire, brother-in-law of the bride, Seth Vincent and Shane Vincent, friends of the groom. Geoffrey Broussard and Trevor Ryland, nephews of the bride, and Spencer Lormand and Chip Lormand, nephews of the groom, served as ushers.
After returning from a honeymoon in Kauai, the couple will reside in Lafayette.
|38256||Yvonne Kerne Benoit, 91, a native and resident of Thibodaux, died at 3:50 AM Wednesday, April 23, 2008.|
Visitation will be from 8:30 AM to funeral time Friday at Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church in Thibodaux. Mass will be at 11 AM Friday at the church, with burial in St. Joseph Cemetery.
She is survived by two sons, Wayne J. Benoit and wife, Amy Mire Benoit, and Tim J. Benoit and wife, Judy Gaudet Benoit; three daughters, Bonnie B. Daigle and husband, Del, Rae B. Banta and husband, Charles, and Donna B. Fremin and husband, Jode; 10 grandchildren, Bruce, Denise, Joey and Jennifer Benoit, Chuck and Blaine Banta, Alysha B. Bonvillain, Brittanie Benoit and Stevie and Keri Fremin; three great-grandchildren and one on the way.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Clifton C. Benoit; her parents, Philip A. Kerne and Cecil Bourgeois Kerne; and two brothers, Leufroid J. Kerne and Philip A. Kerne Jr.
She was a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.
Landry's Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
|Kerne, Yvonne (I258397)
|38257||Yvonne Marie Authement, 55, a native and resident of Chauvin, died at 8:29 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010.|
Visitation will be from 9:30 a.m. to funeral time Friday at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Chauvin. Mass will be held at 11:30 a.m. Friday at the church, with burial in the church cemetery.
She is survived by two brothers, Reggy Sr. and Wilfred Jr. Authement; and six sisters, Justilia Dupre, Theresa LeBouef, Mercedes Brunet, Lois Domangue, Joyce Sevin and Brenda White.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Wilfred Sr. and Cecilia Trahan Authement; four brothers, Raymond, Edmond, William and Edward Authement; and two sisters, Merdias Authement and Rosalie Guy.
Samart Funeral Home of Houma is in charge of arrangements.
|Authement, Yvonne Marie (I339664)
|38258||Yvonne Nicole Goodyear and Andrew Thomas Bienvenu were united in holy matrimony at 7pm May 13th 2011. Father Robichaux and Father Arceneaux officiated the ceremony that took place at St. John's Cathedral in Lafayette, LA.|
The bride is the daughter of Mark and Ellen Goodyear. She is the granddaughter of James and Elsie Judice, Gayle Goodyear, and Sandy Billeaud. She is a graduate of Saint Thomas More High School and the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
The groom is the son of Stephen and Penny Bienvenu. He is the grandson of Dr. Zerben and Gertrude Bienvenu and Doris Robichaux. He is a graduate from Saint Thomas More High School and the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
Escorted by her father, the bride wore a beautiful unique lace gown. Her bridesmaids all wore neutral eclectic dresses. Her maid of honor was life-long friend, Sarah Bernard. Her bridesmaids were Camille Bernard, Sarah Delahoussaye, Ali Angers, Ashley Blackstone, Jeanelle Guidry, Elise Hebert, and Mary Margaret Lavin. The flower girl and ring bearer were Kate Guidry and Noah Guidry, cousins of the bride.
The groom's best man was life-long friend Nick Cart. His groomsmen were John Bienvenu, Scott, Bienvenu, Mark Allen Goodyear, Mitchell Goodyear, Jason Goodyear, Patrick Judice, and Fred Sonnier.
The happy couple will reside in Lafayette, LA where the groom is a project engineer at COMM Engineering and the bride is the art director at the Children's Museum of Acadiana.