Alton C. "A.C./Chief" Duhe Sr.
Alton C. “A.C./Chief” Duhe Sr., 76, passed away peacefully at his home on Aug. 1, 2011.
He was a retired desk sergeant with the New Orleans Police Department and owner of River Parish Polygraph and River Parish Locksmith; he also worked at Bayou Steel as an EMT and served in the USMC.
He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Gloria Duhe, and sons, Alton “Butch” Duhe Jr., Steven Duhe (wife Terri), Timothy Duhe (wife Trudy) and Evans “Buddy” Duhe (wife Dawn); eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
He was the son of the late Sidney and Leoda Duhe, brother of Dottie LaBranche, Yvonne Richoux, Catherine Weber and the late Lloyd Duhe and Lorraine LaBranche.
Services were held on Aug. 3 and 4 at H.C. Alexander Funeral Home in Norco with Fr. Terry Becnel officiating. Family and friends are invited to send their condolences to www.hcalexanderfuneralhome.com.
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