Ourso Funeral Home

13533 Airline Highway, Gonzales, LA


Joseph "Reggie" Robert

January 28, 1945February 12, 2020

“Reggie Robert”

Joseph Reginald Robert (Reggie, Gee-Gee, GG), 75, a resident of Gonzales, Louisiana, owner of “Reggie’s Glass Works,” passed away Wednesday, February 12, 2020, comfortably at his residence, surrounded by loved ones. He was born on January 28, 1945 in Donaldsonville, Louisiana of Joseph “Jo-Jo” and Annie Bellish Robert. Reggie was a loving, providing husband, father, grandfather and friend to many. He was preceded in death by his father, mother, and sister Francis Robert Sheets. He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Rosalind Braud Robert; three children Rachel, Russell and Randall Robert; two daughter-in-laws, Brittni Robert and Carly Spaulding; and five grandchildren, Addison, Cohen, Slade, Marshall and Preston. Also survived by family members Joe Anne & G.L. Cox, Fay Babin, Terry & Brenda Robert along with numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial gathering will begin at 9AM on Saturday, February 15, 2020 at St. Theresa of Avila Catholic Church, Gonzales until funeral mass at 11AM. Reception to follow at Ourso Funeral Home, 13533 Airline Highway, Gonzales, LA 70737. He enjoyed family, cooking, gardening, sharing the fruits of his gardening labor, and conversation. But, most of all Reggie enjoyed working in his shop. A heartfelt appreciation is extended to Stephanie Hutchinson of Servant’s Heart Services, Kari Sheets Bercegeay, Bridgeway Hospice, and Pinnacle Health. Reggie succumbed to complications from cancer, and his body is being donated to LSU School of Medicine in NOLA. Ourso Funeral Home of Gonzales (www.oursofh.com) in charge of arrangements. “10-4 backdoor, bruh-bruh!”


  • Memorial Gathering Saturday, February 15, 2020
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, February 15, 2020
  • Reception Saturday, February 15, 2020


Joseph "Reggie" Robert

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Kay Robert

February 16, 2020

Our prayers and love are with all of you. Roland looked forward to your visits when he was recovering from surgery. Our sons loved to share family stores, tall tales and jokes Uncle Reggie told them.
God’s Blessings
Ro and Kay

Teresa Jackson

February 16, 2020

My Condolences to His Family.
Mr.Reggie was an adorned friend and neighbor. I will miss waking up early on my days off to him mowing the lane next to the house. Ha!! But you can bet that as I grabbed my coffee and headed to the front porch that if he was not too busy, he was going to stop and talk..if he was too busy, he throwed up a hand and waved. I admired his courage because he was not going to let that cancer get him down, even if it meant him waking me up to mow the lawn. He kept fighting.. One of the VERY FIRST things He mentioned to me after his treatments was that God Had Blessed Him!! He Loved God Very Much!! I was glad to see him back on the mower...I tease about waking me up, because I knew he was trying to keep on going, and that I wanted him to do. For Time is short and I know that I had much to learn from him, I always enjoyed his stories he would tell to me and my husband.I admired him and his courage and Love for God.I will never forget that Sweet Lil Fellow!!

G.W. Anderson

February 15, 2020

Sending my deepest condolences

Rogers/Pauline Albarado

February 14, 2020

Sorry for your loss. Praying

Kari Bercegeay

February 13, 2020

GeeGee, you are loved more than you could have imagined. Thank you for the memories, playing kick the can at Robert gatherings, BBQ's, Crawfish boils, eating watermelon, riding on the tractor, as well as big family gatherings were all made more special because of you. We love you so much. Give JoJo, Tino, Momma, Daria, and Tucker big ole smooches for me, and save one for yourself.
Aunt Roz, Rachel, Russell, Randall... I love you all bunches 😘