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Evergreen Memorial Park and Mausoleum

1710 South Range Avenue
Denham Springs, LA 70726
(225) 665-9020
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Seale Funeral Service

1720 South Range Avenue
Denham Springs, LA 70726
(225) 664-4143
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Denham Springs LA Obituaries and Death Notices

Raymond Cormier

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Chapel in Crowley.Survivors include five daughters, Margaret Olinde of Baton Rouge, Gloria and husband, Tom Mott of Jonesville, Vanessa Mitchell of Youngsville, Susan and husband, Charles Stephens of Denham Springs, Amanda Cormier of Broussard; seven sons, Percy and wife, Barbara Cormier of Livonia, Glenn and wife Barbara Cormier of Baton Rouge, Ronald Cormier of Church Point, Charles Cormier of Church Point, Chad and wife, Stephanie Cormier of Rayne, Raymond Lester Cormier, Jr. of Church Point and Albert Cormier of Abbeville; Two sister, Ruby Romero of Denham Springs and Marie Matson of Paradise, CA; thirty five grandchildren and seventy three great-grandchildren.Mr. Lester was preceded in death by his wife, Stella Cormier; one son, Hilton Louis “Butch” Cormier, and five infant children; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; his parents, Louis and Mildred C. Cormier; one sister, Theresa Suire.You may view the obituary, sign the guest registry and express condolences online to Mr. Cormier’s family at www.duhonfuneralhome.com.Duhon Funeral Home, LLC-Crowley, (337)783-1395, 1529 Crowley-Rayne Hwy., Crowley, LA 70526 is in charge of all of the arrangements.

Assistance/Relief for flood victims - KFDA

Monday, August 29, 2016

France Catholic Church, 2121 North Sherwood Forest DriveBreaux Bridge: Veterans Home, 800 Veterans DriveCentral: Central City Hall, 13421 Hooper RoadClinton: Early Learning Center Gym, 9414 Plank RoadDenham Springs: North Park Recreation Center, 30372 Eden Church RoadEunice: Word Ministries, 1960 West Laurel AvenueGonzales: Lamar Dixon Expo, 9039 South St. Landry Ave.Greensburg: St. Helena Environmental Health Unit, 53 N. 2nd St.Hammond: Former Parish Tourism Building, 42271 S. Morrison Blvd.Lafayette: 301 W. University Ave.New Iberia: The Iberia Parish Fire Protection District Training Center, 2417 Darnell RoadNew Roads: False River Parking Lot, 1200 Major ParkwaySpringfield: American Legion Hall, 26200 Highway 43St. Francisville: Independence Community Center, 10494 State Highway 965St. Gabriel: East Iberville Gym, 3265 Highway 75Zachary: Zachary Men's Club, 5746 Rollins Rd.If you were displaced in the storm, have registered with FEMA, and are living in one of these four categories of places after the storm, you are eligible for help from the TSA program:Living in a carLiving in a hotel/motelLiving in a mass shelterLiving at your place of employmentOther important information about eligibilityYou may also be eligible for short-term lodging assistance if your home is damaged, destroyed, inaccessible or lacking power as a result of the severe storms and floods in the following parishes: Acadia, Ascension, Avoyelles, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Evangeline, Iberia, Iberville, Jefferson Davis, Lafayette, Livingston, Point Coupee, St. Helena, St. Landry, St. Martin, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, Vermilion, Washington, and West Feliciana.FEMA will contact you to inquire about your current housing situation and provide instructions on how to receive short-term lodging. You don’t need to wait for a FEMA housing inspector visit for to be considered for short-term lodging.STATE SALES TAX RETURNS: Louisiana residents in presidential declared disaster areas impacted by the March and August floods can file for a refund of state sales tax they paid on personal property destroyed by the floods. Claims should be filed with the Louisiana Department of Revenue. To learn more, visit www.latreasury.com and click on "Sales Tax Disaster Relief."TEMPORARY HOUSING:FEMA assistance will be in two parts: Part 1 - FEMA will issue 30 day housing vouchers for eligible people. You need to go to the website www.DisasterAssistance.gov to register for housing vouchers or other transitional housing funds. Applicants for housing vouchers must be able to prove they are living in a hotel, shelter or at their place of employment. If you are already registered, they will call you very soon. If you are staying at your home with friends or family, you are not eligible.Part 2 - FEMA is calling on all privately owned rental properties to get more properties on the market. **They are working on longer term options** a...

Michael Borgstrom

Monday, July 25, 2016

Aimee Hicks and husband Nelson of Columbia, Missouri, Shannon Grissom of Miami; a sister, Nancy Borgstrom and her companion, Jennifer Kay of Broken Arrow; uncle Bennie Clark, Jr. and wife Lynette of Denham Springs, LA, aunt Barbara Lee Lay and husband Leroy of Verdigris; four grandchildren, Autumn Russell, Brittany Fleming, Kaitlyn Hicks and Shawna Hicks.The family will receive friends from 5-7 PM on Thursday, July 21, 2016 at the Luginbuel Funeral Home in Vinita.The funeral service will be held on Friday, July 22, 2016 at 2:00 PM in the Luginbuel Funeral Home Chapel, with Pastor Justin Turner officiating. Interment will follow at the Big Cabin Cemetery. Online condolences may be made at www.honoringmemories.com. Arrangements are by the Luginbuel Funeral Home of Vinita.

3 police officers fatally shot in Baton Rouge; dead suspect identified - WUSA9.com

Monday, July 18, 2016

Edwards called the attack "unspeakable" and "unjustified."“The violence, the hatred just has to stop," Edwards said at his news conference flanked by law-enforcement officials.Brady Vancel, 22, of Denham Springs, was working a flooring job at a home near the shooting scene when he heard dozens of popping sounds."I didn't  think it was gunshots, because there was no pattern or anything," he said. "But after about the 28th pop, I wanted to check it out."Vancel walked outside the home and went toward a Party City store when he saw a man lying still in an empty parking lot. He couldn't tell if the man, who was wearing civilian clothes, was injured or staying out of the way of gunfire.About 40 yards away, Vancel said he saw a man running toward him carrying a rifle. Police were not on the scene yet, Vancel said, but sirens could be heard approaching the area.The man was wearing all black and had a black mask over his face, like a ski mask, Vancel said. The man stopped and looked toward Vancel before running the opposite way toward Airline Highway. Vancel said he also turned and ran back to the house where he was working."The only thing my eyes kind of locked on was the rifle he was carrying," said Vancel, who couldn't determine the race of the gunman.From inside the home, Vancel said he heard dozens more gunshots.Avery Hall, a 17-year-old worker at Benny’s Carwash directly behind the B-Quik convenience store on Airline Highway where the shooting began, said he was about to pull into work at about 8:45 a.m. when he was “caught in the crossfire.”“I thought it was a protest, that’s why I thought we could go around,” said Hall, a recent graduate from a Baton Rouge high school.Gunshots continued as police ducked and aimed toward the fire. Hall scrambled to the Salbury’s Chrysler Dodge and hid behind his car.Police told Hall and a coworker who was with him to take cover in the dealership, but the doors were locked. So they went to the Hammond Aire Auto Spa, which is directly across the highway from the shooting scene, where they stayed for hours with about 20 other people until police allowed them to leave.A recording of police-scanner traffic on Broadcastify.com offered a glimpse of the confusion about the number of shooters and where they were located when the incident began.“Supposed...

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Raymond Cormier

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Chapel in Crowley.Survivors include five daughters, Margaret Olinde of Baton Rouge, Gloria and husband, Tom Mott of Jonesville, Vanessa Mitchell of Youngsville, Susan and husband, Charles Stephens of Denham Springs, Amanda Cormier of Broussard; seven sons, Percy and wife, Barbara Cormier of Livonia, Glenn and wife Barbara Cormier of Baton Rouge, Ronald Cormier of Church Point, Charles Cormier of Church Point, Chad and wife, Stephanie Cormier of Rayne, Raymond Lester Cormier, Jr. of Church Point and Albert Cormier of Abbeville; Two sister, Ruby Romero of Denham Springs and Marie Matson of Paradise, CA; thirty five grandchildren and seventy three great-grandchildren.Mr. Lester was preceded in death by his wife, Stella Cormier; one son, Hilton Louis “Butch” Cormier, and five infant children; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; his parents, Louis and Mildred C. Cormier; one sister, Theresa Suire.You may view the obituary, sign the guest registry and express condolences online to Mr. Cormier’s family at www.duhonfuneralhome.com.Duhon Funeral Home, LLC-Crowley, (337)783-1395, 1529 Crowley-Rayne Hwy., Crowley, LA 70526 is in charge of all of the arrangements.

Assistance/Relief for flood victims - KFDA

Monday, August 29, 2016

France Catholic Church, 2121 North Sherwood Forest DriveBreaux Bridge: Veterans Home, 800 Veterans DriveCentral: Central City Hall, 13421 Hooper RoadClinton: Early Learning Center Gym, 9414 Plank RoadDenham Springs: North Park Recreation Center, 30372 Eden Church RoadEunice: Word Ministries, 1960 West Laurel AvenueGonzales: Lamar Dixon Expo, 9039 South St. Landry Ave.Greensburg: St. Helena Environmental Health Unit, 53 N. 2nd St.Hammond: Former Parish Tourism Building, 42271 S. Morrison Blvd.Lafayette: 301 W. University Ave.New Iberia: The Iberia Parish Fire Protection District Training Center, 2417 Darnell RoadNew Roads: False River Parking Lot, 1200 Major ParkwaySpringfield: American Legion Hall, 26200 Highway 43St. Francisville: Independence Community Center, 10494 State Highway 965St. Gabriel: East Iberville Gym, 3265 Highway 75Zachary: Zachary Men's Club, 5746 Rollins Rd.If you were displaced in the storm, have registered with FEMA, and are living in one of these four categories of places after the storm, you are eligible for help from the TSA program:Living in a carLiving in a hotel/motelLiving in a mass shelterLiving at your place of employmentOther important information about eligibilityYou may also be eligible for short-term lodging assistance if your home is damaged, destroyed, inaccessible or lacking power as a result of the severe storms and floods in the following parishes: Acadia, Ascension, Avoyelles, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Evangeline, Iberia, Iberville, Jefferson Davis, Lafayette, Livingston, Point Coupee, St. Helena, St. Landry, St. Martin, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, Vermilion, Washington, and West Feliciana.FEMA will contact you to inquire about your current housing situation and provide instructions on how to receive short-term lodging. You don’t need to wait for a FEMA housing inspector visit for to be considered for short-term lodging.STATE SALES TAX RETURNS: Louisiana residents in presidential declared disaster areas impacted by the March and August floods can file for a refund of state sales tax they paid on personal property destroyed by the floods. Claims should be filed with the Louisiana Department of Revenue. To learn more, visit www.latreasury.com and click on "Sales Tax Disaster Relief."TEMPORARY HOUSING:FEMA assistance will be in two parts: Part 1 - FEMA will issue 30 day housing vouchers for eligible people. You need to go to the website www.DisasterAssistance.gov to register for housing vouchers or other transitional housing funds. Applicants for housing vouchers must be able to prove they are living in a hotel, shelter or at their place of employment. If you are already registered, they will call you very soon. If you are staying at your home with friends or family, you are not eligible.Part 2 - FEMA is calling on all privately owned rental properties to get more properties on the market. **They are working on longer term options** a...

Michael Borgstrom

Monday, July 25, 2016

Aimee Hicks and husband Nelson of Columbia, Missouri, Shannon Grissom of Miami; a sister, Nancy Borgstrom and her companion, Jennifer Kay of Broken Arrow; uncle Bennie Clark, Jr. and wife Lynette of Denham Springs, LA, aunt Barbara Lee Lay and husband Leroy of Verdigris; four grandchildren, Autumn Russell, Brittany Fleming, Kaitlyn Hicks and Shawna Hicks.The family will receive friends from 5-7 PM on Thursday, July 21, 2016 at the Luginbuel Funeral Home in Vinita.The funeral service will be held on Friday, July 22, 2016 at 2:00 PM in the Luginbuel Funeral Home Chapel, with Pastor Justin Turner officiating. Interment will follow at the Big Cabin Cemetery. Online condolences may be made at www.honoringmemories.com. Arrangements are by the Luginbuel Funeral Home of Vinita.

3 police officers fatally shot in Baton Rouge; dead suspect identified - WUSA9.com

Monday, July 18, 2016

Edwards called the attack "unspeakable" and "unjustified."“The violence, the hatred just has to stop," Edwards said at his news conference flanked by law-enforcement officials.Brady Vancel, 22, of Denham Springs, was working a flooring job at a home near the shooting scene when he heard dozens of popping sounds."I didn't  think it was gunshots, because there was no pattern or anything," he said. "But after about the 28th pop, I wanted to check it out."Vancel walked outside the home and went toward a Party City store when he saw a man lying still in an empty parking lot. He couldn't tell if the man, who was wearing civilian clothes, was injured or staying out of the way of gunfire.About 40 yards away, Vancel said he saw a man running toward him carrying a rifle. Police were not on the scene yet, Vancel said, but sirens could be heard approaching the area.The man was wearing all black and had a black mask over his face, like a ski mask, Vancel said. The man stopped and looked toward Vancel before running the opposite way toward Airline Highway. Vancel said he also turned and ran back to the house where he was working."The only thing my eyes kind of locked on was the rifle he was carrying," said Vancel, who couldn't determine the race of the gunman.From inside the home, Vancel said he heard dozens more gunshots.Avery Hall, a 17-year-old worker at Benny’s Carwash directly behind the B-Quik convenience store on Airline Highway where the shooting began, said he was about to pull into work at about 8:45 a.m. when he was “caught in the crossfire.”“I thought it was a protest, that’s why I thought we could go around,” said Hall, a recent graduate from a Baton Rouge high school.Gunshots continued as police ducked and aimed toward the fire. Hall scrambled to the Salbury’s Chrysler Dodge and hid behind his car.Police told Hall and a coworker who was with him to take cover in the dealership, but the doors were locked. So they went to the Hammond Aire Auto Spa, which is directly across the highway from the shooting scene, where they stayed for hours with about 20 other people until police allowed them to leave.A recording of police-scanner traffic on Broadcastify.com offered a glimpse of the confusion about the number of shooters and where they were located when the incident began.“Supposed...