Lisa Boudreaux Comeaux

17 April, 196816 September, 2020
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Lisa Boudreaux Comeaux peacefully passed away in her home with her family at her side on Wednesday, September 16, 2020. She was 52 years young and courageously battled cancer for the last year and a half. Lisa lived her entire life in the New Orleans area, graduating from Chapelle High School and LSU. This year she celebrated 25 years of marriage with her husband, Robert J. Comeaux, Jr. "Bobby". She is survived by Bobby and their two sons, Robert J. Comeaux, III "Bobby" and Luke J. Comeaux. She was predeceased by a daughter, Virginia A. Comeaux. Lisa is also survived by her parents, Michael Boudreaux, Sr. "Mike" and Joan Daniel Boudreaux, siblings Bonnie (Bryon) Hatrel, Deanne "DeeDee" (Jody) Riviere, Michael "Mikey" (Stephanie) Boudreaux, Jr. and Daniel "Danny" (Hillary) Boudreaux. In-Laws, Robert J.Comeaux, Sr. "Bobby" and Sylvia Beshel Comeaux, sister-in-law, Lisa (Edwin "Chip") Schmidt. Nieces and nephews, Tyler, Evan, Davis Hatrel, Beaux and Evangeline Riviere, Michael III and Madison Boudreaux, Camille, Walker, Porter Boudreaux, Kirby (Alex) Six, Jordan, Hayden, Brennan Schmidt. Lisa loved her fresh cup of coffee every morning and an olive or two in a fancy glass on occasional evenings. An avid tennis player and runner, Lisa enjoyed spending time outdoors with family and friends. She truly treasured all of the wonderful times spent with her dear Chipmunks and Bunnies. Lisa was also blessed with the friendships of many others along the way. Always thinking of others, Lisa gave back to her community in many ways. In recent years, she could be found volunteering her time at the Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos Center. Lisa also was past chair of the Boys Hope/Girls Hope Gala and served on committees for the St. Michael Special School's Blue Rose Ball. But to Lisa, her most important job was raising her two boys. A devoted mother, in her eyes, this was her greatest accomplishment. She loved those boys more than anything else in her life. The family would like to thank Dr. Margaret Pelitere and Dr. Jacob Estes for the love and care they provided during her journey. They gave her the confidence needed to fight for as long as she could against her disease. The spirtitual guidance provided by Fr. Gilbert Enderle of the Seelos Center was also an important part of her comfort and peace. Visitation will be held Friday, September 18, 2020 from 7:00 - 10:00PM at Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home in Metairie, LA. Due to COVID restrictions, a private Mass and burial service will be held on Saturday, September 19, 2020. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be sent to The National Shrine of Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos at 919 Josephine St., New Orleans, LA 70130. An online guestbook is available at


  • Robert J. "Bobby" Comeaux Jr., Spouse
  • Robert J. "Bobby" Comeaux III, Son
  • Luke J. Comeaux, Son
  • Virginia A. Comeaux, Daughter (deceased)
  • Michael "Mike" Boudreaux Sr., Father
  • Joan Daniel Boudreaux, Mother
  • Bonnie Hatrel (Bryon), Sister
  • Deanne "DeeDee" Rivere (Jody), Sister
  • Michael "Mikey" Boudreaux (Stephanie), Brother
  • Daniel "Danny" Boudreaux (Hillary), Brother
  • Robert J. "Bobby" Comeaux, Father-in-law
  • Sylvia Beshel Comeaux, Mother-in-law
  • Lisa Schmidt (Edwin "Chip"), Sister-in-law
  • Tyler Hatrel, Nephew
  • Evan Hatrel, Nephew
  • Davis Hatrel, Nephew
  • Beaux Riviere, Nephew
  • Evangeline Riviere, Niece
  • Michael Boudreaux III, Nephew
  • Madison Boudreaux, Niece
  • Camille Boudreaux, Niece
  • Porter Boudreaux, Nephew
  • Kirby Six (Alex), Nephew
  • Jordan Schmidt, Nephew
  • Hayden Schmidt, Nephew
  • Brennan Schmidt, Nephew

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Rafael Bragagnini

23 September 2020

We are deeply sorry for your loss. Our heartfelt condolences go out to the Comeaux and Boudreaux families. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Rafael & Mary Bragagnini and Family

Lee Prange

20 September 2020

Sending prayers to the Comeaux family. Be strong Bobby! 🙏

Laura sumich Hines

19 September 2020

Bobby, boys, Family and friends,
My friend, Lisa, you will be missed by so many! Such a beautiful person inside and out!. I will forever remember All the fun times We had. XOXO

Stacy Blanchard

18 September 2020

Sending sympathy and deepest condolences to the Boudreaux and Comeaux Families. Lisa was such a beautiful person both inside and out. She was such a kind soul; always had a glowing smile. May God grant peace and comfort to her family and friends. She is gone way too soon. Stacy Martin Blanchard SPN Class of '82 and ACHS Class of '86.

Nora Bilbro

18 September 2020

Bonnie and Dee Dee,
It is with a heavy heart that I write with condolences on the loss of your beloved sister Lisa. She was truly a beautiful person, on the inside and out, and she had an amazing and infectious smile. She will be deeply missed. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family and with Bobby and her boys.
Nora Bolling Bilbro

Mimi Suffern Murphy

17 September 2020

I am so sorry to hear of Lisa's passing. She was always a positive person and was rarely seen without a smile. Many prayers to both the Boudreaux and Comeaux families. God chooses the most beautiful flowers to be in His garden.

Cindy Stumpf

17 September 2020

My prayers are with Lisa who I am feel quite sure is resting in Peace with our Lord and Savior.
Thoughts and prayers are also offered to her family members, especially Mike and Joan who are feeling the loss of a wonderful daughter and friend.
Lisa was so kind and always brought joy and happiness where ever she went.
She will be greatly missed by all who met her.

Love and Prayers to all

Cindy Stumpf

Eileen Ansel Conery

17 September 2020

I am so very sorry to hear of Lisa's passing. I have very fond memories of her as a dear young friend when we lived across the street on Transcontinental. Beautiful, fun, sweet friend. I've no doubt she will be greatly missed forever by her dear family. Sending many prayers to the Comeaux and Boudreaux families. May she rest in peace and may all her family and friends find comfort in their beautiful memories of time spent together. With much love, Eileen and family

Kelley Abbott

17 September 2020

Lisa will be very missed by me and all our tennis friends at MCC. She was on almost every team I had and was always willing to take one for the team and play singles when we were short. She loved tennis and all the girls at the club. We loved going out of town even if it was just Baton Rouge for state. This picture was taken the night before we won state !! I will continue to keep her and all of you in my prayers. She will be truly missed by me.

Mark Vath

17 September 2020

Thoughts and prayers for the entire Comeaux family from the Vath family. Godspeed, Lisa.


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