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Westside/Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home

5101 Westbank Expressway, Marrero, LA

OBITUARY

Lilly Margaret Gisclair

July 23, 1944March 22, 2020

Lilly Margaret Gisclair entered peacefully into heaven on Saturday, March 21, 2020 surrounded by her loving family. She is survived by her devoted husband August Anthony Gisclair of 55 years. Loving mother of Doyle Anthony Gisclair (Heide) and Kip Joseph Gisclair (Monica). A proud grandmother of Annie, Dylan, Abbie, Shelby Gisclair and Justin and Tyler Christen. Great grandmother of Devin Castille Jr and Bryson Clark. Daughter of the late Elta and Hebert Schultz. Sister of Mary Ann Encalade (Edward), Diane Breaux (Virgel), Anthony David Lightell (Karen) and preceded in death by Herbert Schultz, Jr. (Sarah) and Vida Alexie (Martin). She is also survived by her brother-in-law Mike Gisclair, numerous loving nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Lilly loved to cook and attend church at Barataria Baptist Church where she was one of the oldest members of the church. The family would like to thank her nurse Melinda for her compassionate care given to Ms. Lilly. Family and friends of Ms. Lilly will be having a Funeral Service at Barataria Baptist Church, Lafitte, LA on Wednesday, March 24, 2020 at 12:00 pm. Visitation beginning at 11:00 am and you are welcome to attend. Due to our current extenuating circumstances, we ask that those who wish to express condolences do so at www.westsideleitzeagan.com in lieu of your presence at the service. The family thanks you kindly for your understanding and compassion.

Services

  • Lilly Margaret Gisclair Wednesday, March 25, 2020
  • Lilly Margaret Gisclair Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Memories

Lilly Margaret Gisclair

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Michelle Jones

March 23, 2020

My Aunt Lilly was an awesome, loving person. She was always full of life and loved a party. She was always positive about any situation. Last Thursday we received a call regarding her declining health. My mom and I went to visit with her and as soon as the morphine was given to her, she said “I’m ready to party”. Always full of spirit. She was the rock of our family. She will be one of those family members that will be remembered in our lives forever. It’s so hard to see her go, but knowing that she’s not fighting to breath anymore is relieving the pain in our hearts. I love you Aunt Lil and thanks for all you thought me in life.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY