Irene Gros Acosta
October 12, 1933 – April 25, 2020
Irene Gros Acosta, 86, a resident of Donaldsonville and native of Labadieville, passed away on Saturday, April 25, 2020 surrounded by her family. Irene was a loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend. She enjoyed doing puzzles, talking about old times, talking in French and going to the casino. She is survived by her two daughters, Gail Phan (Ton) and Sandra Acosta (Shelton Gros); one son, Elvan “Van” Acosta Jr.; seven grandchildren, Shannon, Jason, Andrew, Kim, Amy, April and Shelton Jr.; nine great grandchildren, Emily, Jarod, Sarah, Jayden, Zachary, Mari, Hailey, Payton and MaKailah. She is preceded in death by her husband, Elvan Acosta Sr.; one son, Johnny Acosta; her parents, John and Agnes Gros and one sister, Lorraine Gros Percle. The family would like to thank St. Elizabeth, Sage, Amedisys Health Care and Hospice and all of her nurses and doctors. The family would also like to thank Debbie Demanuelle and Jessica Irene’s special angels whom she adored and who never left her side. Due to current circumstance the service for Irene will be private.
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Irene Gros Acosta
April 29, 2020
I’m so sorry Sandra, Gail and Van Y’all mom was a good person may she RIP sincere sympathy to family and friends
Regina, Tommy and family
April 28, 2020
I have fond memories of Irene she would drive up with her fishing gear. She would sit and fish at the bayou side I walked over to talk to her we would just share a lot of things in life mostly small stuff. She didn’t come nearly as much since the casinos start but it’s okay she was doing what she loved. She will be missed but thanks Irene you for your kind heart being you played a role in keeping me close to family.
April 27, 2020
I will miss my mother n law so much she was like a mother to me. She was the most amazing woman i ever met. I will keep the happy memories in my heart. Like going to bingo ,fishing, casino an bringing her get her groceries. She was a hard worker all her life an loved her family. She will be missed an never forgotten. Love you mother n law. Thank you for all what you done over the years for me,Van,Kim,Andrew,Kim, Shannon, an Jason. R.I.P. sweet lady.