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Westside/Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home

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OBITUARY

Joseph Carroll Sonnier

November 3, 1941May 12, 2020

Joseph Carroll Sonnier passed away on Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at the age of 78. Loving husband of Pearl Castille Sonnier for 55 years. Father of Stephanie Sonnier, Kevin Sonnier (Kelli), and the late Stephen Sonnier. Grandfather of Maximo Imbornone, the late Bella Mouton, Eric Sonnier, Erin Sonnier, Kole Sonnier, Jacob Timothy, Gage Sonnier, and Tatum Sonnier. Predeceased by his parents Clester and Luday Sonnier.Brother of the late Millard, the late Taylor, the late Jenor, the late Terry Dale, Cassie Jane, Marylee, Jeannel "Tiny", and Connie. He is also survived by numerous nephews and nieces. Carroll was an outdoorsman and enjoyed horses, gardening, camping, cooking, trawlin and spending time with his family. He had a dry sense of humor and could at times be considered stubborn. He was a hardworking man always working hard for his family. He lived a very fruitful life and held immense value to the ones he was closest to him and anyone who had the privilege of meeting him. His life will be remembered, celebrated, and his spirit will continue to be present in the lives of those he loved.

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Angie Schott

May 17, 2020

Those we love, don’t go away, they walk beside us everyday. Unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed and always dear.

My deepest heartfelt sympathies to you Mrs, Pearl. Stephanie and Kevin and your entire family, during this difficult time.

Tammy Stanford

May 17, 2020

Every time I go to Rays or now Billy's I think of you! It makes me smile. As a child i remember my momma and dad making that special trip to get my uncle Carroll some boudin and cracklin. Well we definitely know your son Kevin will travel to taste acadiana food! I miss all the old times and i will cherish them forever!! Love you so much!

Grace Tate Rogers

May 16, 2020

Uncle Carrol was a Good man. I know he’s catching up with Jonnier in the bye n bye. RIP Uncle Carrol!

Carmen DeMay

May 16, 2020

The memory I have is the times Carrol would come over with his horse and let me ride him. That was so much fun! Carrol was always so nice, and very funny. He reminded me so much of Uncle Cles. Although I didn't see him often he will be missed by me a lot. Prayers and condolences to all the family. Love y'all.

Jeanette Parker

May 15, 2020

This man was a good man and a hard worker. My most remembered memory of Carrol was: I was visiting Kenneth {my brother} and my (sis) one weekend from Alabama. Kenneth and Carrol were very busy outside working in the field. I think they were mending fences or something like that. Connie and I were inside in the cool enjoying a glass (or two) of wine. Well here comes the guys and it is lunchtime. So they walk over to the stove and then come and look over at Connie and I and mumbled something smart about food. Connie and I look at each other and hold out our glasses and said: we could use a refill please. Oh my YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN THEIR FACES. RIP dear Carrol.

Larry and Glenda Moreau

May 14, 2020

Our sympathies and prayers for the loss of your brother, Jeanelle
and family.
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