Samuel Joseph Breaux
May 12, 1956 – July 21, 2020
Samuel ''Sammy'' Joseph Breaux, (64), born May 12, 1956 to Morris J. and Virginia Toups Breaux in Galliano Louisiana. Sammy was a resident Morgan City, LA for 32 years. Sammy grew up on the ''bayou'' enjoying hunting and fishing. In his adult life, he was part of the proud Louisiana Oil and Gas tradition through his career as a Production Operator. He loved LSU and New Orleans Saints football. Sammy had an incredible sense of humor with a contagious laugh. Sammy thoroughly enjoyed spending nights watching television shows and having conversations with his wife. Above all Sammy's greatest passion has been for his family and friends. On July 21st, 2020, Sammy was called to hold his daughter, Chelsey Ann Breaux's hand in Heaven. He is also preceded in death by his mother Virginia Toups Breaux, Father Morris Joseph Breaux, Doris Vizier, and an infant daughter. Sammy will be sadly missed by his wife and best friend of 33 years, Lisa Breaux; sons Brandon Breaux (Joyce), Bradley Breaux (Melissa). He was the proud Papa of Kylie, Eian, Milee, Reid, Grace and Keira Breaux. He is also survived by his sister Janelle Robinson (Bennie) and one nephew Joey Ipock. A private service will be held at Sacred Heart of Morgan City, LA.
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Samuel Joseph Breaux
July 25, 2020
There are so many memories. Senior prom the gang with to grand isle. Sammy made 18 that night. We got nasty bar pizza and beer to celebrate. Then we through him in the gulf, he still had his tux on.
But the best is June 8, 1974 at about 2:45 p.m. He was best man at my wedding. He passed out at the altar; unknowning to me that he had an appendix that was about to rupture. Didnt take long for him to be rushed from reception to emergency surgery. He knew the night before but would not tell me cause he didnt want to disappoint me. I love that man. Sure gonna miss you Breaux!
Love you, always Pete
July 24, 2020
I loved Sammy very much, one of the cousins we were close to growing up. I’ll always remember his bright blue eyes and sense of humor. Rest easy, cousin.