Allen

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July 09, 2010 at 9:36 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Dianne Beadle Navarre Allen, 65, passed away on Sunday, June 27, 2010 at her residence surrounded by her family. She was a loving mother, grandmother and home maker.

She is survived by her husband, Hayes S. Allen, one son, Todd J. Navarre (Rita), and two daughters, Deborah N. Torres (Glynn) and Rachel N. Terry (Lance); one step-daughter, Deanna A. Mouret, and one step-son, Jeffrey T. Allen; four brothers: Frank, Daniel, Dudley and Wayne Beadle; three sisters: Myrtie B. Love, Irene B. Dardis and Agnes B. Lovetro, sister and her best friend; five grandchildren: Candace Navarre, Anna Torres, Blake Phillips, and Hayley and Landon Terry; four step-grandchildren: Joshua Paquet, Corey and Casey Mouret and Alicia Allen.

She was preceded in death by her first husband, Clement “Joe” Navarre, her parents, Frank Beadle and Levie Bergeron, three brothers: Henry, Richard and Milton; one sister, Ruby B. Sellars, and one granddaughter, Shelbi Dianne Phillips.
Visitation was held on June 30 at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church in Norco, with Mass of Christian Burial following. Fr. Terry Becnel was the celebrant. Burial followed at St. Charles Mausoleum in Destrehan.

The family would like to express special appreciation to the doctors at Chabert Hospital in Houma, Dr. P. Prellup of Morgan City and the nurses and caregivers of Guardian Hospice. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her honor to The American Cancer Society, 152 N. Hollywood Road, Houma, LA 70364-2805. Family and friends are invited to send their condolences to www.hcalexanderfuneralhome.com.




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