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Kenneth Granier

March 28, 1952October 5, 2020
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Kenneth Paul Granier, born in Gonzales, LA, and a resident of Prairieville, passed to eternal life on Monday, October 5, 2020, at the age of 68. Kenny graduated from East Ascension High School in 1970 and married the love of his life, Patricia Babin Granier, in 1974. He was a great husband, father, grandfather, and friend. Kenny was a member of the Boilermaker’s Union and a supervisor for Turner Industries. He was also a past board member of the East Ascension Rider’s Club and a current member of the Louisiana and Mississippi Cattlemen’s Associations. The most important focus in his life was his immediate family. Kenny loved spending time with Patricia at their farm in Mississippi. He also loved following and supporting Kristy, Kylie, Allie, and Chad as they participated in equestrian events throughout the years. Raising cattle, hunting, and working on his land at home and in Mississippi also brought happiness to his life. Kenny is survived by his wife, Patricia Babin Granier; daughter, Kristy Granier Cliburn; son-in-law, Chad Cliburn; grandchildren, Kylie Cliburn and Allie Cliburn; sister, Sheila Perrault (Louis);brothers, Brent Granier (Nancy); Keith Granier(Sherry); and Todd Granier. Sisters-in-law, Joanie Basso (Mike), Lena Babin, Rachel Babin; Brothers-in-law, Byron “Tut” Babin (Julie); Ricky Babin (Phyllis). He is preceded in death by his daughter, Shannon Granier; father, Henry Granier, mother, Shirley Gautreau Granier; sisters, Brenda Granier and Vanessa Pretelt; father-in-law, Shelton Babin, Sr.; mother-in-law, Helen Berteau Babin; brothers-in-law, Shelton Babin, Jr. and Mike Babin. Visitation will be held Ourso Funeral Home on Monday, October 19th, from 8:30 to 11:00 am with a Mass of Christian burial being held at 11:30 at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Prairieville. Interment will follow at Serenity Oaks. Chad Cliburn, Michael Basso, Jr., Jordan Babin, Ricky Babin, Jim Bullion, Blaine Petite, Brian Lalonde, and Mike Gonzales will serve as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be Michael Basso, Sr.; Sydney “Snookie” Ballard; Robert Cope; Uncle Milton Granier; Jeffrey Martin; David Callais; and Ronald Braud. Kenny’s family would especially like to thank Dr. Zelinsky, Dr. Lieux, Dr. McCarthy, Dr. Shows, and Dr. Cassidy. A special thank you also goes to Robin Marrow, Shelley Bourgeois, Dr. Kevin Babin, Renique Spears, Tiffany Richardson, and Valencia Cotton. Ourso Funeral Home of Gonzales (www.oursofh.com) is in charge of arrangements.

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  • Kenny is survived by his wife, Patricia Babin Granier; daughter, Kristy Granier Cliburn; son-in-law, Chad Cliburn; grandchildren, Kylie Cliburn and Allie Cliburn; sister, Sheila Perrault (Louis);brothers, Brent Granier (Nancy); Keith Granier(Sherry); and Todd Granier. Sisters-in-law, Joanie Basso (Mike), Lena Babin, Rachel Babin; Brothers-in-law, Byron “Tut” Babin (Julie); Ricky Babin (Phyllis). He is preceded in death by his daughter, Shannon Granier; father, Henry Granier, mother, Shirley Gautreau Granier; sisters, Brenda Granier and Vanessa Pretelt; father-in-law, Shelton Babin, Sr.; mother-in-law, Helen Berteau Babin; brothers-in-law, Shelton Babin, Jr. and Mike Babin.

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Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, October 19, 2020

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Monday, October 19, 2020

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Kamron Prettelt

October 14, 2020

Rest easy Uncle Boo. Give my mom and everyone else a big hug for me.

LLOYD & SHARON HEBERT

October 14, 2020

We are so very sorry for your loss. Prayers to all of the family.

Kippyy Sheets

October 14, 2020

Went to high school with Kenny, also worked with him on some jobs! I was out of local 198 Pipefitters! Was always Pleasent to be around! Rest In Peace my Friend Kippy Sheets!

Sheryl Perrien

October 14, 2020

Kenny Boo, that was what we called Kenneth. My mom, Tiny was his eldest Aunt and Dad, Lloyd was so very fond of Kenny.Our families were close growing up
and I loved his laugh and that twinkle in his eye when he smiled. He was kind and generous and I will miss him so much.Love ya, Sheryl Braud Perrien

Robert and Jeanette Cope

October 13, 2020

Such a wonderful man taken to soon. So many memories. It won't be the same around the Mississippi farm. Kenny enjoyed puttin' around in his tractor. (Course sometimes we had to fix a fence post cause he clipped it with the bush hog.) You meant so much to us Kenno. You are greatly missed. Robert and I send our prayers and love to Patricia, Kristy, Chad, Kylie and Allie.

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Kenny loved supporting Kristy at the AQHA World Championship Show.

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Pops & Allie

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Pops helps Kylie & Allie plant a garden.

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