Tregre

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October 21, 2011 at 9:34 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Geraldine B. Tregre, 82, entered into enteral rest on Oct. 10, 2011. She was a native of Hahnville. She was the beloved wife of the late Percy J. Tregre Sr. for 62 years, loving mother of Glenn Tregre (wife Gina), Wade Tregre (companion Donna), Kent Tregre, Jill Tregre Tassin (husband Bryant), Chris Tregre (wife Pati), Tammy Tregre Sassin (husband James), Percy Tregre Jr. (companion Lori), Sara Tregre Richmond (husband C.J.) and Gerald Tregre (wife Carol); daughter of the late Wilson Brady and Nellie Troxler, sister of Josepha Hymel, the late Wilson Brady and the late Hazel Deroche; devoted grandmother of Brock Tregre, Drenda, Kent Michael and Maddie Tregre, Nicole Tassin Cedotal, Kristy Tassin Austin, Rebecca Medina, Michael and Brandy Tregre, Brandon, Ryan and Lindsay Sassin, Lee Tregre, Donna Tregre Breaux, Clinton and Rachel Richmond, Cory, Layne and Lakynn Tregre; great-grandmother of Dakota and Braxden Tregre, Lily Troxler, Alex and Claire Worth, Collin and Aidan Cedotal, Kirsten Tassin, Lucas Austin, Abigail Medina, Kaylyn and Peyton Sassin, Sean Jarzmekowski, and Kynlee Tregre.

Funeral Services were held at Holy Rosary Catholic Church of Hahnville on Oct. 13 with burial following at Holy Rosary Cemetery in Taft. The family would like to send a special thanks to the staff members of River Region Hospice, St. Charles Parish Hospital and Caretaker Denene Thomas for all the loving care during her illness. Condolences may be offered online at www.westsideleitzeagan.com.




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