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Ronald Lewis Gauthier Sr.

March 12, 1943May 16, 2020

Ronald L. Gauthier Sr., of Moreauville, LA and a resident of Baton Rouge, passed away on Saturday, May 16, 2020 at the age of 76. Mr. Gauthier enjoyed hunting, fishing, LSU sports and spending time with his family. Member of St. Thomas More Catholic Church and retired from Sid Richardson Carbon Company. He is preceded in death by his parents, Ruffin and Lillian Gauthier; and sister, Beverly Bohrer. He is survived by his wife, Geraldine “Jerrie” Ortego Gauthier; daughter, Sharon (Tom) Gauthier Mann; son, Ronald (Lana) Gauthier Jr, Donnie (Mindy) Gauthier; six grandchildren, Blake Mann, Mason Mann, Cody Gauthier, Katelyn Gauthier, Brantley James, and Charlie James; and siblings, Judy Gauthier Rundell and Havard Gauthier. Family and friends are invited to visit www.greenoaksfunerals.com to sign an online guest book. Special thanks to Father Michael Alello and St. Thomas More Catholic Church family, OLOL, St. James Place and Baton Rouge General for loving care given to him. In lieu of flowers send plants, offer masses or donations to St. Thomas More Catholic Church Baton Rouge, LA in his honor.


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Ronald Lewis Gauthier Sr.

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Aaron daigle

May 21, 2020

My condolence go out to Jerrie & her family. I worked with Ronald for over 20 years & today we still tell stories about Ronald. He always keep us entertained with his humor especially when we would listen to LSU football & basketball games while working the night shifts. He always remined us that he was the supervisor & we were his dummies (lol). He will be missed but always remembered by myself & his former co-workers.

Doug Buras

May 19, 2020

My condolences to the family, especially my classmate Donnie. Mr Ronnie was great with kids & coached us to the little league City Championship in the summer of 1979. Thanks for the memories Coach

Brenda Fryoux

May 18, 2020

Both Raymond and I used to love running into “Mr. Ronnie” at the mailbox when we would get our mail at the same time. Of course, when Raymond did it, a lot of conversation ensued 😊. We would also always wave at each other when I was sitting on my front porch and he was sitting under his carport. We will both miss him; but don’t worry, Ms. Jerrie, we’re here if you need us.


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