Pauline Coco Knight

March 12, 1956July 18, 2021

Pauline Coco Knight, 65, passed away on July 18, 2021 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She was preceded in death by her parents, Lucille Ducote Coco and Quinn Marshall Coco. She is survived by her sons, David T. Knight, Jr. (Becki) and James Luke Knight; brother, Marshall Quinn Coco (Milissa); grandchildren, Trey Knight, Abigail Knight, and Della Knight; and niece, Remi Coco. Pauline was born on March 12, 1956 in Baton Rouge. She attended LSU and graduated from Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center School of Nursing in December of 1990. She worked as a Registered Nurse for over 25 years specializing in Pediatrics. Pauline loved Zydeco music, QVC shopping, and her Cokes. She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and watching them grow up. A private family service will be held at a later date.


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Dana McBride

July 24, 2021

I loved this woman! She first introduced me to Mestizos restaurant many years ago when they were located on Sherwood Forest. The crawfish queso was our favorite. We shared many many stories and laughs. She was always the life of the party. May her contagious smile and legacy live on forever. Pauline, my friend, you will be missed. Until we meet again “peace out” (as you would always declare)

April Torres

July 21, 2021

Pauline was my very dear friend for many years. She loved our family and our family loved her. She is already missed and could never possibly be forgotten. To know her, was to love her. She had the most contagious smile and laughter. I first met her at Synergy Home Health, where we worked together. There will never be another Pauline!

Jeanine Thibodeaux

July 20, 2021

I worked with Pauline for many years and she was an excellent pediatric nurse. She was also so kind and sweet.

Ann Coco

July 20, 2021

I enjoyed having dinner with Pauline in the Lafayette area a couple of years in a row when I was there for business several years ago, while she was living there. We ate at a restaurant in Abbeville one year. Another time, she drove me through a Lafayette
neighborhood with some very fine houses. We had a couple of good visits. So long, cousin. I am praying for her and her family.