Stacey Eve Schaubhut Dantin
Services were Sunday Feb. 16 at Life Fellowship Church in Bayou Gauche.
She is survived by husband, Alvin “Al” P. Dantin III; parents, Steve D. Schaubhut and Beverly Foret Schaubhut; daughters, Jamie Lynn (Bernard” Dave”) Mayeux III, Jerri Lynn (Alben ”Peadie” Cooper III and Jodie Dantin; brother, Keith D. (Shanna) Schaubhut; sisters, Dawn S. (Roddy) Theriot, Denise Schaubhut, Trisha Schaubhut and Becky S. (Jeff) Parks; five grandchildren, Alben (PJ), Sebastian and Abram Cooper, Bernard (Ben) IV and Cason Mayeux and many nieces, nephews, friends and family.
She is preceded in death by grandparents, Mikey and Mabel C. Schaubhut and nephew, Philip Theriot.
She enjoyed supporting her girls playing softball and going to tournaments with them, taking vacation trips with family, friends and her grandsons.
She was a loving daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother and friend.
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