Visitation and mass were held on Saturday, July 12 in St. Gertrude Church in Des Allemands. Burial was at St. Gertrude Cemetery near the bayou in Des Allemands.
She is survived by daughter, Jamie Flood; mother, Hilda Folse O’Brien and sisters Amanda, Maxine and Elaine Folse of New Iberia.
She is also survived by four nephews; Jack and Aaron Louviere and Brodey and Jordy Mouton and one niece Johanna Tregre and two great-nieces, Layla and Oliver Grace Louviere.
She was preceded in death by father, Stanley Folse of Des Allemands; maternal grandparents, Otto Sr. and Amanda Vicknair of Killona and paternal grandparents, Alexie and Pauline Folse of Des Allemands.
She was a mother, daughter, sister and friend to all hearts she has touched throughout her lifetime.
Janet will be greatly missed by everyone.
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