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Karan Lynn (Crader) Bellard

17 janvier , 19668 février , 2020

Karan Lynn “Crader” Bellard, 54, of Moss Bluff passed away on February 8, 2020 at her home peacefully surround by her family.

Karan was born on January 17, 1966 in Sunset, LA to Voncile and Clarence Crader. She was a huge fan of the New Orleans Saints, and was always the life of the party. She loved her granddaughter Railey. Her companion, Dolly (standard Poodle), was her most prized Possession. She loved her family and friends dearly. Karan was the strongest person you would ever meet and she always had to have the last word, regardless of what her sisters said. Her favorite words were Les bon ton roulette.

Those left to cherish her memories are daughter Amanda Thomas and husband Cory of Moss Bluff, son Tylor Bellard of Moss Bluff, granddaughter Railey Thomas, 3 sisters of Mary Francis Breaux and Fiancé John of Pride, LA, Sheila Natalie and husband Ed of Moss Bluff, LA, Tina Koble and husband Tom of Richardson, TX, Pam Gardner and husband Stan Gardner of Moss bluff, LA, and numerous nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews, great-great nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by parents Clarence (Shawee) and Voncile Crader, sister Jane Roofner, two brothers Ronnie Crader and Roland, and nephew Mark Roofner.

Visitation will be held on Tuesday February 11, 2020 at Hixson Funeral Home of Lake Charles from 5pm to 9pm and will resume Wednesday morning from 8am till the time of service. A Rosary will be held by Rev. Guilbeau on Tuesday February 11, 2020 at 6pm. Funeral Services will be on Wednesday February 12, 2020 at 11am at St. Theodore Catholic Church of Moss Bluff. Rev. Aubrey Guilbeau will officiate. Burial will follow at New Ritchie Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be son-in-law Cory Thomas, nephews Russel Crader, Austin Koble, Cody Crader, Chris Roofner, and great nephew Gage Haig. Tylor Bellard will be an honorary pall bearer.

The family would like to think Amedysis Hospice. The family would also like to ask that friends and family wear Saints shirts or jerseys or colors to represent the Saints for the service.

Words of comfort may be shared with the family at www.hixsonfuneralhomes.com

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  • Those left to cherish her memories are daughter Amanda Thomas and husband Cory of Moss Bluff, son Tylor Bellard of Moss Bluff, granddaughter Railey Thomas, 3 sisters of Mary Francis Breaux and Fiance John of Pride, LA, Sheila Natalie and husband Ed of Moss Bluff, LA, Tina Koble and husband Tom of Richardson, TX, Pam Gardner and husband Stan Gardner of Moss bluff, LA, and numerous nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews, great-great nieces and nephews.


    She is preceded in death by parents Clarence (Shawee) and Voncile Crader, sister Jane Roofner, two brothers Ronnie Crader and Roland, and nephew Mark Roofner.

Services

  • Visitation mardi, 11 février , 2020
  • Rosary mardi, 11 février , 2020
  • Visitation Resumes mercredi, 12 février , 2020
  • Funeral Service mercredi, 12 février , 2020

Souvenirs

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Sheila Natalie

29 février , 2020

It’s taking me a minute to finally grip you are gone! Those few weeks we had together was a sad time but also a bless time. I felt like we walk you home! We were not gloating as some tried to make others believe it was love from the heart. I’m sorry they don’t understand that. You are setting high on that mountain with many of the other biggest part of our family. “SHAWEE AND VONCILE’S family. We have been and always will be their 3 musketeers! You left us all such wonderful special memories! We have had our ups and downs. But at the end of the day. We were family! And had each other’s back! I’ll cherish our last words together. Because I know you were speaking from the heart not words others wanted you to say! I can say I know your truth! I love you little sister. You will always own that special piece of my heart!❤️

Sheorie (ReeRee) Haig

13 février , 2020

She loved her kids and grand-daughter so much. My memories go way back and I will cherish them always the love she had for all her family was unmeasurable. She is up there right now smiling down on all of us with all the loved ones who have since gone on too. I know we will see her and them again I hope she knows how loved she really was. Love u Aunt Karan (nanny) until we meet again thank u for all the love and good times we have had

Marti Pierce

12 février , 2020

Karan was my wonderful next door neighbor for the past three years and one of the things I always loved about her was her beautiful smile and love of life. Even in the midst of the pain and the challenges she faced, her positive upbeat attitude always showed that smile that went all the way to her dancing eyes. It was such a delight to watch her drive off in her ragtop with the music blasting and scream and dance on Sunday afternoons when the Saints were playing and scoring touchdowns. She loved being outside, breathing the fresh air, enjoying the sunshine and tending to all her beautiful plants. She was a wonderful neighbor and a delightful, funny friend that I will miss terribly. I pray that memories of her will bring comfort to her family Amanda, Corey, Railey, Tylor and others. You can be assured that she will not be forgotten.

Kevin REED

11 février , 2020

I have known Karan for 9 yrs our life together was different than most we had a understanding that we would never love another till the end there wasn't a week gone by that we didn't speak we knew our love would go the distance
She loved New Orleans
And the Sanits can't tell you how many parties we have gone too
She loved family time share a pot of crawfish or crabs her favorite
She was not selfish by no means and never met a stranger she was very proud of her son and loved her grand daugther Ray Ray to death when I met Karan I knew I had my hands full but she loved me to the end like promised
My name is Kevin Reed I lwas in love with her for all nine years and I will continue to love her until we meet again sha baby I love you

Kevin REED

11 février , 2020

I have known Karan for 9 yrs our life together was different than most we had a understanding that we would never love another till the end there wasn't a week gone by that we didn't speak we knew our love would go the distance
She loved New Orleans
And the Sanits can't tell you how many parties we have gone too
She loved family time share a pot of crawfish or crabs her favorite
She was not selfish by no means and never met a stranger she was very proud of her son and loved her grand daugther Ray Ray to death when I met Karan I knew I had my hands full but she loved me to the end like promised
My name is Kevin Reed I lwas in love with her for all nine years and I will continue to love her until we meet again sha baby I love you

Dalan Breaux Savage

10 février , 2020

We will forever hold you in our hearts, hold that rose and dance in the sky . I know you’re pain free now and with out worry of this awful word cancer. One day we will all rejoice and our family will be whole again . I love you Aunt Karan !!

Pam Goos

10 février , 2020

Karen was one of the strongest woman I knew!!! She was a warrior! I watched in awe as this warrior took her diagnosis and from that moment never took one minute of her life for granted, SHE LIVED!!!! Even feeling bad she was ready to get up and go!! I loved her with all my heart and will miss her terribly. I have full Confidence she went straight to heaven. That’s the other thing I admired in Karan she has a beautiful relationship with the Lord!!! She Got It Right!! Have no fear!! I really believe Karan had no fear of where she was going; sure leaving her loved ones but I know she knew JESUS would bring her home!!
My heart goes out to Amanda, Tylor, Railey and all of her family !!!
RIP Karan you can rest now, no
More pain!!!!
Love you always and forever ♥️

Pam Goos

Joy Harrington

10 février , 2020

Karen was the strongest woman I’ve ever known fighting these years of cancer but living life to the fullest. She was Witty smart and don’t get that little thing mad LOL. My condolences for Tylor and Amanda and the rest of her family now you can rest in peace Karen.
Joy.

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