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Doyle's Funeral Home

2430 4th Street
Slidell, LA 70458
(985) 643-5475
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Forest Lawn Cemetery and Mausoleum

1751 Gause Boulevard West
Slidell, LA 70460
(985) 643-5722
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Honaker Funeral Homes and Cemeteries Inc

1751 Gause Boulevard West
Slidell, LA 70460
(985) 641-1900
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Schoen Funeral Home of Slidell

3808 Pontchartrain Drive
Slidell, LA 70458
(985) 643-2111
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Mt. Friendship welcomes Byron Acklin - Arkadelphia Siftings Herald - Siftings Herald

Monday, February 06, 2017

Hill Missionary Baptist Church in North Little Rock, Arkansas under the great leadership of his father, Pastor Bobby Acklin. He graduated from North Little Rock High School and is currently attending Slidell Baptist Seminary.Acklin is the visionary of “Churchin with the First Ladies” that will be hosting their second annually concert service and community outreach event in raising the awareness for Sickle Cell Anemia on May 7th in the city of Little Rock, Arkansas.Pastor Byron Acklin invites the community, surrounding cities, inactive members and college students to worship with them on Sundays beginning at 9:30 a.m. for Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. Morning Glory Service and Midweek Service every 1st & 3rd Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. as we together “Reach for Greater”.For more information call the Church (870) 246-2042; Pastor Acklin (501) 265-9330 or follow us on Facebook at Mt. Friendship Baptist Church. The address is 70 Mt Friendship Rd. Curtis AR 71728.

Marie Aguillard

Monday, November 07, 2016

Ronald Breaux of Sulphur, Katherine and husband, Buddy Churchill of Enid, OK. and Patricia and husband, George Reed of Youngsville; eight grandchildren, Ronald, Jr. and wife, Anne Breaux of Slidell, Randall and wife, Connie Breaux of Centerville, Adrienne Nicole Breaux of New Orleans, Larry, Jr. and wife, Wendy Aguillard of Baton Rouge, Justin Churchill of Prairie Grove, AR., Erica and husband, David Fields of Woodstock, GA., Maranda and husband, Randall McElwee of Eunice, and Lindsay and husband, Joshua Regan of Youngsville. She was blessed with 17 great-grandchildren. She is also survived by two sisters, Lilly Higginbotham of Church Point and Rita Marks of Opelousas.Pallbearers for the services will be Larry Aguillard, Jr., Randall Breaux, Ronald Breaux, Jr., Joshua Regan, Randall McElwee and Ian McElwee.Mrs. Marie was preceded in death by her husband of 69 years, Leit Aguillard; her grandson, Christopher Burzynski and her great-grandson, Carson Aguillard and her parents, Leo and Hermina Doucet.You may view the obituary, sign the guest registry and express condolences online to Mrs. Aguillard’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 the arrangements.

Slidell man's passion for iris flowers blossoms into garden on Bayou Liberty Road: Military Road - The Times-Picayune

Monday, September 19, 2016

Louisiana and he has examples of each in his iris garden located on Bayou Liberty Road. He and Kathleen purchased the property in 2004 after moving to Oak Harbor in Slidell. He needed the lot to have enough space to accommodate his growing collection. To date, the iris garden located behind an inconspicuous fence has more than 5,000 plants encompassing 150 different varieties.Walking through the property, the eye skips from bloom to colorful bloom of every imaginable hue. You can understand then how the work iris comes from the Greek for rainbow. Trahan's garden includes Iris fulva, or the Copper Iris, sporting their brick red flowers and examples of Iris nelsonii, the Abbeville Iris, a rare plant known to live in the wild only in a small area about six miles south of Abbeville, Louisiana. He is especially excited that a few of this specific type have sported a rare yellow bloom."At one time, this particular plant was thought to be extinct. It is now just considered very rare," Trahan said.Each plant is tagged with a hand-made metal marker featuring the plant's official name. Benny is at the Bayou Liberty garden each day. Kathleen visits to help with the weeding and to bring lunch that they share at an umbrella shaded table among the flowers.Since iris thrive in marsh and swamp environs, Trahan has created artificial swamps using plastic tarps, pots and an extensive watering system he installed by hand. Frogs sing from between the plants when you walk by the constructed paddies."These plants need a lot of water. We have some planted in the ground, but they really do well in these water paddies," he said.The garden has been a family project many times since its creation. Hurricane Katrina took out more than a dozen pine trees on the property and caused iris plants in pots to float down the road and into the neighbor's yards. One saving grace from that time is the brackish water did little to actually harm the plants themselves.After an extensive illness, Trahan said the weeds in the garden were higher than the plants themselves. It was then that their children and their spouses and their grandchildren pitched in to make things right."We had all 20 of them out here for three Sundays in a row, weeding and cleaning it up," Kathleen said. "They know what it means...

Stranded I-12 motorists finally reached, rescued, governor says - Monroe News Star

Monday, August 15, 2016

There are cars and trucks as far as the eye can see," Dugas said in a phone interview with USA Today Network of Louisiana. She and her family were on their way to a funeral in Slidell when they became stranded at 11:30 a.m. Saturday.This image from Google Maps shows a 70-mile stretch of Interstate 12 that is closed due to flooding. (Photo: Google Maps)Dugas said her family and others, who are stranded near Albany, walked about three miles to a convenience store for supplies, but those shelves were emptied by Saturday evening. She said her father ran out of his heart medicine."We're among the lucky ones," Dugas said. "There is a mother who is nursing and some older people who are really struggling. It's breaking my heart to see everyone suffering."Dugas said a driver of an 18-wheeler carrying produce opened his truck and made fruit available to all. "There are a lot of good Samaritans out here," she said.Dugas and her family finally abandoned their car before noon after walking about two miles to a convenience store, where they and others were picked up by a school bus and carried to a shelter in Slidell."We saw the helicopters landing just as we got on the bus," she said. "We have family in Slidell, so we thought it was the best thing to do after someone said it could be a week before traffic was back to normal."Dugas said despite the ordeal, she was thankful."It wasn't as bad a birthday as you might think," she said. "I had my family and we were able to help some people."State Police Superintendent Mike Edmonson said troopers were rescuing those with medical conditions first, something Dugas confirmed. "We saw a couple of people who were ill taken away," she said."We have to address life and death situations first before quality of life," Edmonson said Sunday morning.Greg Hilburn covers state politics for the USA TODAY Network of Louisiana. Follow him on Twitter @GregHilburn1Read or Share this story: http://tnsne.ws/2bhdHpi...

Chad Keel

Monday, August 01, 2016

LA; brothers, Stoney Keel, Jr. and his wife, Shawntrece of Rayne, LA, Kevin Keel and his fiance, Marisa of Rayne, LA; sisters, Danielle Young and her husband, John of Rayne, LA and LaDonna Eaglin of Slidell, LA; mother-in-law and father-in-law, Clarence LeDay, Jr. and Iris LeDay of Basil, LA; brother-in-law, Clarence LeDay, III and his wife, Daphne of Lake Charles, LA as well as a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.Pallbearers will be Kevin Keel, Neil Charles, Clarence LeDay, Jr., Clarence LeDay, III, Cedric Nero and Percy Malone. Honorary pallbearers will be, Stoney Keel, Jr., Elijah Young, Joshua Bazile, Randy Blanchet, Josh Boudreaux and the Rayne High School Class of 1995.You may view the obituary, sign the guest registry and express condolences online to Mr. Keel’s family at www.duhonfuneralhome.com.Duhon Funeral Home-Rayne, LLC, (337) 334-3600, 900 E. Texas Ave., Rayne, LA 70578 is in charge of all of the arrangements.

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Mt. Friendship welcomes Byron Acklin - Arkadelphia Siftings Herald - Siftings Herald

Monday, February 06, 2017

Hill Missionary Baptist Church in North Little Rock, Arkansas under the great leadership of his father, Pastor Bobby Acklin. He graduated from North Little Rock High School and is currently attending Slidell Baptist Seminary.Acklin is the visionary of “Churchin with the First Ladies” that will be hosting their second annually concert service and community outreach event in raising the awareness for Sickle Cell Anemia on May 7th in the city of Little Rock, Arkansas.Pastor Byron Acklin invites the community, surrounding cities, inactive members and college students to worship with them on Sundays beginning at 9:30 a.m. for Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. Morning Glory Service and Midweek Service every 1st & 3rd Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. as we together “Reach for Greater”.For more information call the Church (870) 246-2042; Pastor Acklin (501) 265-9330 or follow us on Facebook at Mt. Friendship Baptist Church. The address is 70 Mt Friendship Rd. Curtis AR 71728.

Marie Aguillard

Monday, November 07, 2016

Ronald Breaux of Sulphur, Katherine and husband, Buddy Churchill of Enid, OK. and Patricia and husband, George Reed of Youngsville; eight grandchildren, Ronald, Jr. and wife, Anne Breaux of Slidell, Randall and wife, Connie Breaux of Centerville, Adrienne Nicole Breaux of New Orleans, Larry, Jr. and wife, Wendy Aguillard of Baton Rouge, Justin Churchill of Prairie Grove, AR., Erica and husband, David Fields of Woodstock, GA., Maranda and husband, Randall McElwee of Eunice, and Lindsay and husband, Joshua Regan of Youngsville. She was blessed with 17 great-grandchildren. She is also survived by two sisters, Lilly Higginbotham of Church Point and Rita Marks of Opelousas.Pallbearers for the services will be Larry Aguillard, Jr., Randall Breaux, Ronald Breaux, Jr., Joshua Regan, Randall McElwee and Ian McElwee.Mrs. Marie was preceded in death by her husband of 69 years, Leit Aguillard; her grandson, Christopher Burzynski and her great-grandson, Carson Aguillard and her parents, Leo and Hermina Doucet.You may view the obituary, sign the guest registry and express condolences online to Mrs. Aguillard’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 the arrangements.

Slidell man's passion for iris flowers blossoms into garden on Bayou Liberty Road: Military Road - The Times-Picayune

Monday, September 19, 2016

Louisiana and he has examples of each in his iris garden located on Bayou Liberty Road. He and Kathleen purchased the property in 2004 after moving to Oak Harbor in Slidell. He needed the lot to have enough space to accommodate his growing collection. To date, the iris garden located behind an inconspicuous fence has more than 5,000 plants encompassing 150 different varieties.Walking through the property, the eye skips from bloom to colorful bloom of every imaginable hue. You can understand then how the work iris comes from the Greek for rainbow. Trahan's garden includes Iris fulva, or the Copper Iris, sporting their brick red flowers and examples of Iris nelsonii, the Abbeville Iris, a rare plant known to live in the wild only in a small area about six miles south of Abbeville, Louisiana. He is especially excited that a few of this specific type have sported a rare yellow bloom."At one time, this particular plant was thought to be extinct. It is now just considered very rare," Trahan said.Each plant is tagged with a hand-made metal marker featuring the plant's official name. Benny is at the Bayou Liberty garden each day. Kathleen visits to help with the weeding and to bring lunch that they share at an umbrella shaded table among the flowers.Since iris thrive in marsh and swamp environs, Trahan has created artificial swamps using plastic tarps, pots and an extensive watering system he installed by hand. Frogs sing from between the plants when you walk by the constructed paddies."These plants need a lot of water. We have some planted in the ground, but they really do well in these water paddies," he said.The garden has been a family project many times since its creation. Hurricane Katrina took out more than a dozen pine trees on the property and caused iris plants in pots to float down the road and into the neighbor's yards. One saving grace from that time is the brackish water did little to actually harm the plants themselves.After an extensive illness, Trahan said the weeds in the garden were higher than the plants themselves. It was then that their children and their spouses and their grandchildren pitched in to make things right."We had all 20 of them out here for three Sundays in a row, weeding and cleaning it up," Kathleen said. "They know what it means...

Stranded I-12 motorists finally reached, rescued, governor says - Monroe News Star

Monday, August 15, 2016

There are cars and trucks as far as the eye can see," Dugas said in a phone interview with USA Today Network of Louisiana. She and her family were on their way to a funeral in Slidell when they became stranded at 11:30 a.m. Saturday.This image from Google Maps shows a 70-mile stretch of Interstate 12 that is closed due to flooding. (Photo: Google Maps)Dugas said her family and others, who are stranded near Albany, walked about three miles to a convenience store for supplies, but those shelves were emptied by Saturday evening. She said her father ran out of his heart medicine."We're among the lucky ones," Dugas said. "There is a mother who is nursing and some older people who are really struggling. It's breaking my heart to see everyone suffering."Dugas said a driver of an 18-wheeler carrying produce opened his truck and made fruit available to all. "There are a lot of good Samaritans out here," she said.Dugas and her family finally abandoned their car before noon after walking about two miles to a convenience store, where they and others were picked up by a school bus and carried to a shelter in Slidell."We saw the helicopters landing just as we got on the bus," she said. "We have family in Slidell, so we thought it was the best thing to do after someone said it could be a week before traffic was back to normal."Dugas said despite the ordeal, she was thankful."It wasn't as bad a birthday as you might think," she said. "I had my family and we were able to help some people."State Police Superintendent Mike Edmonson said troopers were rescuing those with medical conditions first, something Dugas confirmed. "We saw a couple of people who were ill taken away," she said."We have to address life and death situations first before quality of life," Edmonson said Sunday morning.Greg Hilburn covers state politics for the USA TODAY Network of Louisiana. Follow him on Twitter @GregHilburn1Read or Share this story: http://tnsne.ws/2bhdHpi...

Chad Keel

Monday, August 01, 2016

LA; brothers, Stoney Keel, Jr. and his wife, Shawntrece of Rayne, LA, Kevin Keel and his fiance, Marisa of Rayne, LA; sisters, Danielle Young and her husband, John of Rayne, LA and LaDonna Eaglin of Slidell, LA; mother-in-law and father-in-law, Clarence LeDay, Jr. and Iris LeDay of Basil, LA; brother-in-law, Clarence LeDay, III and his wife, Daphne of Lake Charles, LA as well as a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.Pallbearers will be Kevin Keel, Neil Charles, Clarence LeDay, Jr., Clarence LeDay, III, Cedric Nero and Percy Malone. Honorary pallbearers will be, Stoney Keel, Jr., Elijah Young, Joshua Bazile, Randy Blanchet, Josh Boudreaux and the Rayne High School Class of 1995.You may view the obituary, sign the guest registry and express condolences online to Mr. Keel’s family at www.duhonfuneralhome.com.Duhon Funeral Home-Rayne, LLC, (337) 334-3600, 900 E. Texas Ave., Rayne, LA 70578 is in charge of all of the arrangements.