Hargrave Funeral Home

1031 Victor Ii Blvd, Morgan City, LA


Paul B. Lousteau I

September 10, 1941October 26, 2019

Paul B. Lousteau I of Morgan City, LA. went home to be with Jesus on October 26,2019 at the age of 78.

Paul was born to Charles J. and Leola Lousteau on September 10,1941 in Addis, LA. He grew up in the Baton Rouge area and was active in the local 4H club, football and basketball teams, band and drama clubs until his graduation from Brusly High in 1959. He then enlisted with the United States Army and after completion of basic training was sent to complete a 6-month course with the Army Security Agency in Fort Devens, MA. for training in classified subjects. He was stationed in Frankfurt, Germany during the Berlin Crisis of 1961 and thereafter was given an honorable discharge.

Paul met his wife, Angela Civello Lousteau of Baton Rouge, LA in 1965. They married in 1966 and went on to have seven children. In 1967, Paul enrolled at Northeast Louisiana State College and graduated with his Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences in 1971. He and Angela moved their family to the Morgan City area in 1972 where he worked for several different chain and independent pharmacies over the span of his career.

In addition to being a dedicated , loving father and grandfather, Paul also loved to play music and sing. Throughout his life, he played the saxophone and sang in various bands but it wasn't until his older sister, Joan Lousteau Henry, introduced him to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ that he began playing and singing for Jesus. He loved playing and singing at all the different churches in the area, which brought great joy to his life, and he made many friends doing the thing he loved.

Paul is preceded in death by his son, Darren Lousteau ; his daughter Nicole Lousteau Alpha ; his parents Charles and Leola Lousteau ; his brother Rodney Lousteau and his sister Joan Henry. He is survived and greatly missed by his loving wife, Angela and his children, Danielle Lousteau Hebert ( Matt ), Paul Lousteau II ( Sedonia ), Aaron Lousteau ( Charito ), Kristopher Lousteau ( Yvette ), Joshua Lousteau , and his grandchildren, Ciara, Alexondra , Isabella , Emily and Katy and his sister Janet Lousteau Bantuelle ( Mickey ).

His memorial service /celebration of life will be held on Sunday , November 17,2019 beginning at 4P.M. at The Crossway Ministry, 113 Lydia St. , Patterson, LA. 70392


  • Memorial Service Sunday, November 17, 2019
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Sister Johnette (Helen) Waguespack

November 15, 2019

I am the niece of Charles and Leola, the parents of Paul. My mother, Haydee Lousteau was Charles' sister. My family lived in Baton Rouge and often visited the Lousteau family in Addis. My parents were Haydee Lousteau and Lezin (known as Noonoon) Waguespack. We also had 7 children - Richard, myself Helen - now Sister Johnette, SSND, Larry, Geraldine, Ray, Dorothy, and Sidney. I don't know if you remember any of us, Janet, but I remember you and your brothers and sister, Joan. I didn't know that Rodney and Joan would be in heaven to welcome Paul.
I received news of Paul's death from Roger Landeche, one of Aunt Pauline's sons. Aunt Pauline was also a sister of your daddy. I did let my other brothers and sisters know of your loss.

On behalf of myself and my family, I express our sympathy and want to let you know of our prayers for Paul, his family, you, and all your family. I know he will be greatly missed and I pray that he is enjoying eternal happiness with God and that you all can feel God's comfort and great love at this difficult time.

Love and prayers,
Sister Johnette Waguespack, SSND

edwin soniat

November 4, 2019

I remember Paul as a caring and deeply religious person who was willing to help others who needed it.