Gaubert

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May 16, 2013 at 12:14 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Richard Anthony Gaubert
Richard Anthony Gaubert
Richard Anthony Gaubert, 78, a native and resident of Luling, passed away peacefully with his loving wife of 52 years, Dianne Poche’, by his side.

He is also survived by his sister, Mabel Gaubert; brother-in-law, Keith (Duenna); sisters-in-law, Sherril Phillips, Lisa Tobin and Lillie Gaubert and a host of nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by parents, Sylvester and Veronica Naquin Gaubert; brothers, Wallace, Edward, Sylvester (S.J.), Ernest, Carroll and Raymond; sisters, Elis Falgout, Vivian Gaubert, Alma Gaubert and Enid Holibaugh. In addition, he leaves behind many family and friends who will miss him for his generous, loving and selfless ways.

Richard served as Assistant Director of St. Charles Parish Hospital for 30 years. He was a faithful parishioner of the Church of our Lady of the Rosary where a Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Monday, May 13. A visitation was also held where all who knew and loved him were invited to attend. Reverend Bernard C. Francis, his "brother" in Christ, officiated. Burial followed at the St. Charles Cemetery in Luling.

In lieu of flowers, Mass offerings are preferred.

Falgout Funeral Home of Raceland is in charge of arrangements.

The family would like to thank the physicians, nurse practitioners and staff of Ochsner-Kenner for their loving care and support during the past weeks.




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