Barbara Kay Broussard
2 March, 1946 – 24 January, 2020
Barbara Kay Broussard, 73, of Holland, Texas passed away on January 24, 2020 in Temple, Texas. Visitation will be 6 PM to 8PM on Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home, 3220 S. 31st Street, Temple, TX. Funeral services will be held 10 AM on Thursday, January 30, 2020 at Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Greathouse Cemetery. Barbara was born in Taylor, Texas to Jonnie David and Hannah Elizabeth Robbins on March 2, 1946. She went to school at Academy ISD. She married Ronald L. Broussard on June 10, 2000 in Houston, TX. She worked as a Director of Operations with Cosmetology Services for 47 years. Barbara is survived by spouse, Ronald Broussard; daughters, Sarena Bruce and Teresa Popp; sons, Doug Moon, Ronald Broussard Jr. and spouses; fourteen grandchildren; six great grandchildren; and three living sisters. Pallbearers will be William Craik, James Woodall, Joshua Stuart, Kirby Fiebig, Dillion Popp, John Greene, Kyler Popp, and Tyler Tubbs. The family of Barbara wishes to extend our sincere thanks to all of our friends and family for your love and support in celebrating the life of a wonderful and beautiful wife, sister, mother, and grandmother. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.crawfordbowerstemple.com for the Broussard family.
- William Craik, Active Pallbearer
- James Woodall, Active Pallbearer
- Joshua Stuart, Active Pallbearer
- Kirby Fiebig, Active Pallbearer
- Dillion Popp, Active Pallbearer
- John Greene, Active Pallbearer
- Kyler Popp, Active Pallbearer
- Tyler Tubbs, Active Pallbearer
- Visitation Wednesday, 29 January , 2020
- Funeral Service Thursday, 30 January , 2020
- Burial Thursday, 30 January , 2020
Barbara Kay Broussard
29 January 2020
Barbara was a good and faithful friend: unselfish, helpful, generous, thoughtful and caring. All who knew her will miss her . Let’s remember these words from Peter Marshall “We know that those we love are with the Lord, and the Lord has promised to be with us. If they are with him and he is with us, they cannot be far away.” Peace to all who loved Barbara.
28 January 2020
One of my favorite memories of my aunt, Barbara, is the times we spent as children in her grandfathers (my great -grandfathers) Henry J automobile pretending to travel the world. Since she was only two years older than me, we had many good times playing at the farm in Holland.
26 January 2020
I have fond memories of 'Aunt Kay' (as I grew up calling her) and family spending time with us at our home in Gary. Ronnie, I have never had the pleasure of meeting you, but please know that you and the rest of the family are in my prayers. Much love and so sorry I cannot be there, Robin Thomas Hoffman.
26 January 2020
Got home last night and this morning, it hit me. I cried for the first time in many years. Then I smiled, as I thought about all of the fun things that we did together over the years. Barbarakay taught me a lot in my life. But mainly we had fun together! I want to share a few of the many times that we had fun together. And some of them includes Ronnie and my cousins that I love.
How about the time that your parents took us to Disney World in the RV when Darrel was with us. And the many summer vacations that I spend in Texas as a kid.
That one year cooking Thanksgiving Dinner together, with too much wine.
Those numerous times that Barbarakay tried to teach me how to Country and Western Dance. But even, Barbarakay couldn't do that one. She did give it a good try though. lol
On, one of my birthday's, we went to my first Major League Baseball Game. It was Great Birthday.
All of those incredible and wonderful Crab and Shrimp Boils together.
But that's just a few because there is way to many to list.
I am grateful for everything that Barbarakay did for me in my life. And all of the many times that we had together. I will miss her. I do wish that I could be there now to try to help comfort my family. I know y'all are hurting. I love y'all.
Mom said she loves y'all too.
25 January 2020
We will miss her. Mom especially. Please know our prayers are with all of you. Love Aunt Louise and Paula
24 January 2020
Barbara Kay was only 3 years older than me so she was more like a cousin than an aunt. I remember spending time at Granny and Papa's house on the gravel road and "Kay" as we called her would help us to feed the chickens and pigs and to pick cotton (until we got tired).