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Lucille Keller Ayme, age 86, died March 25. She was a resident of Norco and the wife of the late L.W. Ayme. She is survived by children Richard and Dana Ayme. She is also survived by siblings Delores Geier and Marion Wright Brady.
She was preceded in death by parents Miller and Lucille Keller. She was also preceded in death by siblings Ivan Keller and Gladys Lowery.
Services were held March 30 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Norco with interment in St. Charles Borromeo Mausoleum in Destrehan. Arrangements provided by Alexander Funeral Home in Norco.
Cecile Daigrepont Ducote, age 75, died March 28. She was a resident of Luling and the beloved wife of the late Howard P. Ducote. She is survived by children Norman Ducote, Debra Ducote Thompson, Donna Ducote Harruff and grandchildren Nicholas and Seth Ducote and Austin and Brittney Thompson.
She is also survived by siblings Merlin, Alton, Agnes and Eddie Daigrepont.
She was preceded in death by parents Ferdinand and Josephine Daigrepont. She was also preceded in death by sister Hazel Lachney.
Services were held March 31 at Holy Family Catholic Church in Luling with interment in St. Charles Cemetery. Arrangements provided by Falgout Funeral Homes.
Patricia Jones, 53, died February 22. She was the former wife of Randall Jones.
She is survived by children Melissa Smith and Brandi Jones. She was preceded in death by parents Sidney and Lois Combel.
Services were held February 26 at Holy Rosary Church with interment in the cemetery. Arrangements provided by Westside/Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home.
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