Evangeline Funeral Home

107 S Corner Street, Delcambre, LA


Mary Helen Faulk Baudoin

March 24, 1924December 23, 2019

Mary Helen Baudoin

A memorial service will be conducted for Helen Baudoin at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday February 15, 2020, at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church in Delcambre with a rosary at 9:30 am. A gathering will begin at 9:00 am. Following the Mass, a reception will be held at the Vanderbilt Hall across from the church.

At the age of 95, following a brief illness, Mary Helen Faulk Baudoin known to all as Helen, Aunt Helen, or Maw-maw slipped peacefully into eternal rest with the Lord on Monday, December 23, 2019. In the days before her passing she was surrounded by her beloved family at The Carpenter House Hospice in Lafayette. Helen born to Alene and Calphe Faulk in Kaplan in 1924 was the youngest and last surviving of thirteen children.

As a young woman, Helen moved to New Iberia where she worked as a telephone operator and met her future husband, Wilmer J. Baudoin, Sr. Married in 1958, the couple settled permanently in Delcambre where they set up a home and raised two children, Will and Jamie.

Helen lived in Delcambre for nearly 60 years. Well situated on Highway 14 her home served as a gathering place for family and friends. Hot coffee, a warm smile and friendly conversation were always a staple. A devoted servant of Christ, she worshipped dutifully at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church, attending mass nearly every day of the week. In addition to daily attendance at mass, Helen volunteered for the 5:00am holy hour time slot when Our Lady of the Lake started an adoration chapel.

Helen was a devoted and loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, niece, cousin, and sibling. She was very proud of and carried an immense love for her family. Nothing brought Helen more joy than spending time with her gathered family. She spent countless hours cooking and preparing for her company.

Helen was known for her sharp, witty, yet kind sense of humor. She touched everyone she met with her joyous spirit. Her wry smile, knowing wink, laugh, and the sound she made when she hugged you with boundless love, will always be remembered and dearly missed.

Helen was the beloved wife of the late Wilmer J. Baudoin, Sr., devoted mother of Jaime Baudoin, Wilmer J. Baudoin, Jr. and his wife Cindi, all of Delcambre, loving "Maw Helen" to her grandchildren: Lindsay Sonnier, her husband Ryan, Kyle Baudoin, his wife Sarah, Britlyn Delahoussaye and Luke Baudoin; and her great-grandson, Franiu Baudoin.

Helen’s family requests that those who wish to celebrate her life do so by donating, in her name, to St. Joseph’s Hospice-The Carpenter House or The American Cancer Society.

To view the obituary and to share memories of Mrs. Baudoin, please visit her memorial page at www.evangelinefuneralhome.com


  • Jaime Baudoin, Daughter
  • Wilmer J. Baudoin, Jr. (Cindi), Son
  • Lindsay Sonnier (Ryan), Granddaughter
  • Kyle Baudoin (Sarah), Grandson
  • Britlyn Delahoussaye, Granddaughter
  • Luke Baudoin, Grandson
  • Franiu Baudoin, Great Grandson
  • Wilmer J. Baudoin, Sr., Husband (deceased)


15 February

Memorial Service

10:30 am

Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church

206 W Church St
Delcambre, Louisiana 70528


Mary Helen Faulk Baudoin

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Glen Viltz

January 11, 2020

Dear Will and Jamie

Garneth and I were so sorry to read about your loss of your Mother.
We were so glad to have known and loved Miss Helen like my Mother. She was such a beautiful person and always had a smile on her face. Our prayers are with you and your family during this sad time.
Glen and Garneth Viltz

Rickey & Wanda Sonnier

January 7, 2020

Oh lots of good memories of this wonderful woman. From all the tales of her youth she shared with us to her last days. We enjoyed every visit from her even if it was just a stop in with Lindsay and Jamie or it was a Holiday spent with us at our home. Always had a beautiful smile. You could look at Maw Helen and know she loved everyone and everyone loved her. She was so full of life. (Joie de vie) May she rest in peace as I know she is. She is probably having a glass (or 2) of red wine with all the angels in Heaven. Prayers for her family to go forward with all she has passed on to them. You will always have her memories. That's her gift to all of us. Until we meet again. Love you forever our Beautiful Maw Helen.

Bob Duplechain

January 2, 2020

Will, Our deepest of sympathies to all of you and your family in the passing of your beautiful mother. You can be sure that there is another angel 😇 in heaven interceding for everyone.

Lucille Colomb

December 31, 2019

Jamie & Will..My deepest sympathy for the loss of your beloved mother. Ms. Helen was one special lady full of joie de vivre!! Our Delcambre faith community has indeed lost a dear, faithful, devoted servant of bygone years. Rest in the loving arms of the Lord Ms. Helen. You have indeed earned your angel wings!

Barbara Esponge

December 30, 2019

She was the sweetest and kindest woman I have had the honor to know. She always had a smile for any one she met. I will miss her dearly. Prayers for her and her family.

Candy Sonnier

December 30, 2019

Ms Helen was such a sweet lady every time I met up with her she would hug me and we would talk about how we’ve been. I’m so sorry Will and Jamie for the loss of y’all mother, I will keep you and your families in my prayers.

Arlene Delcambre Menard

December 30, 2019

What a genuinely kind lady she was. So very sorry for your loss. Keeping all of you in my prayers..

Jill Cashen Muehr

December 30, 2019

Will and Jamie I have fond memories of your mother, a kind gentle woman! My prayers are with you and your families.

Nannette Guidry Turrentine

December 30, 2019

I have never met someone as sweet as her she was always happy so loving fun and energetic nothing stood in her way she loved her boiled crabs and we loved her BBQ shrimp she would make at my mom's. She always made it a point to be at every family function. I was so blessed that she was my daughter's nanny! She will be greatly missed God bless her and her family.


Susan Crofford (Dore’)

December 30, 2019

I Loved Mrs Helen the sweetest
I live out of town so when we visited My grandparents and Uncle Art she always made a pass to see us all. Will miss her visits but we have our memories of her.
Never forgotten
Susan Dore’ Crofford
Earl (Bobby) Dore’ daughter