Terry S. Louque

Published 12:43 pm Friday, September 8, 2017

Terry S. Louque, born on May 16, 1933, entered into eternal rest with his Heavenly Father on Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017.

He was 84.

Terry S. Louque

He is survived by his loving wife of 59 years, Elaine Pizzuto; seven children, Delaine (Kent) Becnel, Terrie (Kenneth) Hymel, Suzanne (Jerry) Schexnayder, Adrien (Cindy), Brian (Ginger), Dean (Michele), Charles, (Jeannie) Louque; grandchildren Mia, Marc (Kristy) Becnel, Jonathon (Michelle) Hymel, Maria (Walter) Lambert, Hope & Tori Hymel, Kimberly (Bradley) Hebert, Neil Schexnayder, D.J. Draughon, Teralyn, Brison, Baylen, Tamryn, Connor & Carter Louque; and great grandchildren Taylor, Tatum, Layla, Myla, Colton, Madelyn, Ethan and Grayson.

He is also survived by his brother, Willie (Lorna) and a host of nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Neila and Steven Louque; sisters Ruby Pollard and Ruth Herbert; brothers Johnny and James Louque; gandchildren Derek and Michael Hymel; nieces Lorna Louque and Camilla Louque; and nephews Peter Pollard and James Louque Jr.

Terry was born and lived his entire life in Grand Point.

He is most known for his famous cooking at various functions around the community, livestock shows and traveling to many conventions bringing a taste of St. James Parish to everyone.

He was a lifetime farmer, retired from St. James Parish Government, a member of the Farm Bureau State Board, the Amite River Basin Commission, the Lions Club and the Knights of Columbus.

Terry was most proud of his children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and his beautiful vegetable gardens, which he shared with all.

Relatives and friends of the family attended a Funeral Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, Sept. 2 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Gramercy. Interment was at St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Paulina. Pallbearers were his eight grandsons. Condolences may be expressed at www.HCAlexander.com.