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Susan Campbell Daigle

June 26, 1950January 28, 2021

Susan Campbell Daigle, 70, a native of New Orleans and resident of Paincourtville, LA, passed away on Thursday, January 28, 2021. Susan was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, and friend. She was an outstanding listener who never passed judgement and gave the greatest advice. Susan had a passion for her family, fashion, traveling, and decorating for every holiday. She leaves behind to cherish her memory her husband of fifty one and a half years, Raymond Joseph Savoie Daigle; three daughters, Stephanie Simmons (Robert III), Stacie Bourgeois (Michael), and Scottie Brister (Shane); eleven grandchildren, Eris Simmons, Robert IV “Bobby” Simmons (Kimmy), William Simmons (Alex), Collin Rowland, Analise Rowland, Campbell Rowland, Caleb Bourgeois (Kristin), Celeste Bourgeois, Carter Bourgeois, Hannah Brister, and Ethan Brister; two great grandchildren, Porter Mitchell and Robert V “RJ” Simmons; two sisters, Vickie Lirette and Tammie Gaubert; two brothers, Robert Campbell and James Gaubert, and her animals, Moose and Tiger. She is preceded in death by her parents, Robert Sr. and Clothilde Webre Campbell; one sister, Barbara Hebert and one brother, Joseph Campbell. Services for Susan will be private. Interment will be held in the St. Elizabeth Catholic Mausoleum in Paincourtville. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the St. Elizabeth Catholic Church or the Legacy of Faith Brick Campaign at St. Elizabeth School.

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Vicky LIRETTE

February 6, 2021

WITH GOD,OUR FATHER. FOREVER IN MY HEART. SEE YOU ALL SOON.

Judy & Rol Donie

February 2, 2021

Dearest Ray, Scottie, Stephanie, Stacie, Hannah and all of the family,
My heart aches for you and I pray that your wonderful memories will give you strength during these tough days. My memories will keep me smiling as I grieve for Sue. God has an amazing new angel by his side.
Love, Judy & Rol

Peggy B. Guillot

February 2, 2021

Sue and Ray were just fun to be around. So much so, we did three (3) cruises with them in one year! Whether decorating the condo, shopping at her favorite boutique, late night entertainment, or simply sitting across the table for a quiet meal/coffee, we were very comfortable with each other's company. I can't help but tear up when thinking she is no longer with us. Sue will certainly be missed by all who knew her, including the little ones. I can still see the smile on her face, when telling of our Grandson going up for a big hug, every time he saw her in church. I can only imagine that Sue beams in Heaven! We hold close fond memories of our time together ... Don and Peggy B. Guillot

Lydia Economides

February 1, 2021

George and I are so sorry to hear of Susan’s passing 🙏We did EFL together and enjoyed her so much she will be much missed❤️ Love George and Lydia

DAWN & JERRY ADAMS

January 31, 2021

Deepest Sympathy to Ray & the whole Daigle family. Jerry & I have such fond memories of good times at our beloved Inn by the Sea. It won't be the same without Sue. May God hold you close at this dark time.
Love & Prayers,
Jerr and Dawn

Constance Watkins

January 31, 2021

Our prayers and thoughts are for the family. We shared many visits with Sue and Raymond (Ray) Daigle over the years. Jimmy Pearley / Diane

Buster and Mary Chatman

January 31, 2021

Prayers and sympathy to family and friends.
Buster and I were not ready to say goodbye
to our dear friend Susan. She is gone but not forgotten. We will always remember happy
times we spent at the beach condo, going to
dinner and church together .Sue had a heart
of love for taking care of her husband Ray, her
Children and grandchildren. I know she is in heaven with her Heavenly Father. She is at peace now. Her presence here on earth ,
will be greatly missed.
Buster & Mary Ann Chatman
Pass Christian, Ms.

Michele Dupont

January 31, 2021

My most prominent memory of nanny Susie is her kindness and her smile. I love you all and am praying for you.

Bob & Ivy Landry

January 31, 2021

Our prayers and deepest sympathy goes out to all her family for the loss of such a wonderful person.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY