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Lawrence Joseph "LJ" Breaux

Lawrence Joseph “ LJ” Breaux, born in Baton Rouge and a resident of Denham Springs, passed away on Sunday, October 18, 2020 at the age of 72. LJ was a faithful member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. He retired as an electrician for Parish Electric and belonged to IBEW Union #995. LJ is survived by his loving wife, Linda Breaux; children, Shawn Grimball and Shannon G. Sons; grandchildren, Cody Grimball ( Hannah), Caleigh G. Gaubert (Gage), Hunter Sampson, Hannah S. Schmid (Dennis), Nicholas Mayeaux, Trey Sons; great grandchildren, Raelyn Gaubert, Ainsley Grimball; sister, Claire Breaux Bryant (Ronald); niece, Amanda Bryant Martin (Paul) and their children, Nora, Peter, and Julia; his beloved dogs, Cammie and Lucy as well as numerous relatives and friends. LJ is preceded in death by former wife, Donna J. Breaux; son, John Randal “Randy” Breaux; parents, Joseph D. Breaux and Gladys Broussard Breaux. A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, October 21, 2020 at 10am with a brief visitation starting at 9:30am at Broussard Family Cemetery located at the end of Guidry St. in Prairieville. Shawn Grimball, Nicholas Mayeaux, and Trey Sons will serve as pallbearers. To offer condolences to the family, please visit www.oursofh.com . Arrangements entrusted with Ourso Funeral Home of Gonzales.

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Melissa Perkins

20 October 2020

So hard to believe you are gone. Miss you so much already. We have had some of the best laughs over the last few years. Thank you for being so good to me and my family. You are one of the best men I've ever known. Miss you forever. 💔

Michelle Gonzalez

20 October 2020

It seems silly to most for me to be sad about the passing of a man I "barely knew", but Mr. LJ was more than just a customer to us at the Starbucks on Range Avenue; he and Mrs. Linda are part of our family. We were all just talking the other day about how now that our lobby was back open that we couldn't wait to start seeing Mrs. Linda + Mr. LJ back in their seats, sipping on coffee and hanging out with the other regulars they'd made friends with here over the years.

Mrs. Linda - know that are hearts break with yours. We are so sorry for this great loss. We've grown to love you both and will miss Mr. LJ tremendously. We send you all of our love and prayers for comfort.

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