OBITUARY

Lena Theresa Breaux

July 14, 1941September 28, 2020
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Lena Theresa Breaux 79, of Killeen was born July 14, 1941 in Maurice, Louisiana to Robert and Georgiana Mouton St Julien. She passed away in Killeen, Texas on September 28, 2020. Lena was married on June 18, 1963 to Kenneth Breaux. Lena was a very successful Realtor in the greater Killeen area for over thirty years. She touched many lives with her love, kindness and her words of wisdom, she never met a stranger. Lena was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers Joseph and John St Julien, two sisters Melba and Cecile St Julien and her daughter Denice Marie Breaux. She is survived by her husband of 57 years, Kenneth Breaux of Killeen, three sons Dwayne (Deeann) Breaux of Killeen, Michael (Carmen) Breaux of Killeen and Marcus (Natalie) Breaux of San Antonio. Also serviving are seven grandchildren, soon to be eight and her first great grandchild who is on the way, along with loving nieces, nephews, cousins and many loving extended family and friends.

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  • Funeral Service

    Friday, October 23, 2020

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Shana Delavallade

October 23, 2020

I will always remember Aunt Lena for making the best cowboy stew I have ever had in my 33 years of life. She was a real force to be reckoned with. She stood her ground and meant what she said, always! Her smile, her heart and her love i will carry with me forever.

Ron Randle

October 22, 2020

She was a very caring, loving, and approachable person. Full of energy and kindness. She will be missed by me and my family..

Tony Breaux

October 22, 2020

Rest easy aunt Lena God has got you now , when you came to see us in Boston you were the most kind and loving auntie, I did not want y’all to leave, you are in paradise now , Rest In Peace

Patricia Sinegal

October 19, 2020

All her family here in Louisiana have been devastated by her loss! Her sisters Mable, Jane and Linda, along with their children, her nieces and nephews, have been praying for our family in Killeen. Aunt Lena meant so much to all of us and her memories are in our hearts forever.

Richard Arnold

October 19, 2020

The world will not be the same without Lena. She was a wonderful, loving and sharing person. She was a devout Catholic and practiced and lived her faith everyday. She always had a kind word and a smile
for everyone. Anna and I will miss her very much.

Our sincere condolences to the Breaux family.

Raye Mayhorn

October 19, 2020

Oh my dear friend so loved to talk. We would spend hours talking about our families, our real estate business and our food. She unofficially adopted me as her baby sister and always said I needed to slow down and smell the gumbo. (LOL) She will forever live in my heart and loved always.

Jennifer Chargois

October 19, 2020

Thank you for the love, the advice and the laughter; most of all thank you for being such a beautiful and giving person, Lena.
Sending my most sincere condolences to Lena’s family; may your memories console and sustain you.

Pauletta Francis

October 19, 2020

I will miss my nanny, we would talk every month, she would call me Fema 1 and she would be Fema 2, cause we would let the family know if anything would be going on. Sometimes she we call and we would laugh and laugh and half the time I don't know what we're laughing about but she would always make me laugh. I will miss you aunt Lena . I will see you on the other side. I'm sure you will be making Jesus laugh.

Lenora Smith Sinegal

October 5, 2020

My sympathy to the family.

Gloria Robinson

October 4, 2020

I know words cannot express your deep sorrow at this time. But please know that your family is in my prayers.

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