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Hixson Moss Bluff

150 Bruce Circle, Moss Bluff, LA

OBITUARY

Adrienne Daigle

November 12, 1946March 9, 2020
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Adrienne Portier Daigle, age 73, of Moss Bluff, Louisiana passed away on Monday March 9, 2020. Adrienne was born November 12, 1946 in New Orleans, LA to Adrian Israel Portier and Elma Grey Bates Portier, both of whom preceded her in death.

Adrienne met her husband Henry while they were both living in New Orleans, where they were married, later moving to Moss Bluff, where they have resided for the last 46 years. Adrienne was a faithful member of the Moss Bluff United Methodist Church. She was a dedicated member of both the choir and the United Methodist Women’s group and was also the secretary there for several years. She enjoyed line dancing weekly with all her friends at the Moss Bluff Senior Center.

An avid sports fan, Adrienne loved watching sports of all kinds, particularly when her children or grand-children were involved. She also enthusiastically followed both LSU (Geaux Tigers!) and the New Orleans Saints. She loved playing word games of all kinds with friends and family.

She is survived by her husband of 51 years, Henry Daigle; two sons, Andrew Daigle of Moss Bluff, LA and Mark Daigle (wife Jaime and daughter Anna) of San Antonio, TX; and daughter Becky Richard (husband Tate and sons Mason and Tyce) of Deridder, LA. She was welcomed into heaven by her parents.

The family will welcome friends at Moss Bluff United Methodist Church at 735 Sam Houston Pkwy Lake Charles, LA 70611 on Thursday, March 12, 2020 starting at 9:00am with a memorial service following at 10:00am.

In Lieu of flowers, the family would like donations to be made to the "United Methodist Committee on Relief" at https://advance.umcor.org/

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.hixsonmossbluff.com for the Daigle family.

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  • She is survived by her husband of 51 years, Henry Daigle; two sons, Andrew Daigle of Moss Bluff, LA and Mark Daigle (wife Jaime and daughter Anna) of San Antonio, TX; and daughter Becky Richard (husband Tate and sons Mason and Tyce) of Deridder, LA.


    She was welcomed into heaven by her parents.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, March 12, 2020
  • Memorial Service Thursday, March 12, 2020

Memories

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Adele Cantavespri

March 13, 2020

I've known Adrienne most of my life as we were in grade school, middle and high school together. We kept in touch thru friends and reunions and because Adrienne's friend was the recipient of my Sons Heart when he passed away.Adrienne became my lifeline thru her friend and never failed to send on his messages of thanks and hope. Adrienne gave me strength and encouragement not only after losing my son but then shortly after when losing my brother. She spent many hours on the phone with me and giving me constant consolation. She was definitely a warrior of God. My heart aches for the family but I'm positive not only is Adrienne singing with the angels but for certain Anita is at her side. Our prayers of Riverdale friends were as a group, were constant ,and our Lassie love surrounded her. I know that Adrienne is shining in that heavenly light , fields of wildflowers and basking in the everlasting joys of heaven. The family will walk in sadness for lack of her physical presence but her spirit will surely be present . Our prayers are with you and those grandchildren she loved an adored....We will all miss her!

Becki Cormier

March 12, 2020

What a pleasure and an honor to have known Mrs. Adrienne. I sang right next to her in the UMC Choir for a couple of years. She was such a blessing! Prayer Warrior!!!! She will be missed greatly!

Bruce Rudd

March 11, 2020

To Henry & Family: Heartfelt condolences to you and your family from me and my 2 sons, Colton Rudd and Casey Rudd. Adrienne was a wonderful woman, full of spirit and caring and love. Tina always enjoyed receiving her cards in the mail from her to give her the uplift she needed! I know this is a most difficult time. Seek God's Word to bring comfort through the sorrow...

Ricky Tate

March 11, 2020

Henry and Family,
It was my honor and privilege to get to know Adrienne when I started working with Henry. She was a great Christian, Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Daughter and Friend. I got to see her in all these roles and will always have fond memories of her compassion. I always looked forward to her Christmas "Newsletter" to catch up on the family. I know that the tears of sorrow that flow from you at this difficult time of seeing her go are only matched by the tears of joy that flowed when her Mom and Dad and those who have gone before saw her come Home. Heaven got a "Special" Angel when she got there. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Ricky & Lanette Tate

Gayle Keegan Weber Savoie

March 10, 2020

Dear Henry and family,
I’m so very sorry for your loss. Adrienne and I grew up, neighbors and friends on Vinet Street. She has always been a kind, generous, and loving child of God. She modeled her parents, “Miss Alma “ and Mr. Adrian ‘s example of generosity in word and deed. No doubt this trio is looking down at the entire Daigle family, surrounded by Heavenly host and praying for all of us. Their journey is finished; three
Christian lives, well- lived.
May your sorrow and grief be soon replaced with cherished memories. God bless you all.
Childhood pal Gayle Keegan Weber Savoie

The pic below is at my daughter Jayne’s recent wedding.

Roger Burns

March 10, 2020

We are so sad and very sorry to hear of this heartbreak and loss. Even though life has gotten in the way of us being more close and staying closer in touch, we’ve always valued our friendship and connection to our youth and the many memories of the “Dodge Street Terrors”. May God bless your family during this difficult time.

The Burns Family

Wendy Bates Farmer

March 10, 2020

I am so saddened to hear of your passing. I’ll be keeping the family in my prayers. I enjoyed working with you at MBE Extended Daycare Mrs. Adrienne. We had some fun times there. You will be so missed but always so loved. Fly high my sweet friend.

Winona "Nona" Cross

March 10, 2020

I can't begin to tell you how much this news saddens me. I loved Adrienne so much. I miss all of my Moss Bluff church family. Adrienne and I shared so many thoughts about faith and many other things.

Dell Ann Bergeron

March 10, 2020

My thoughts and prayers go out to all of you. You all are like second family to me. All my love.

Carolyn & Robert Langley

March 10, 2020

We will miss Adrianne, our MBUMC family friend of 42 years.. We shared so many activities & celebrations together. Rest In Peace faithful Friend in Christ. We send our love to Henry, Andy , Mark, Becky , and their families.

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Biography

Adrienne Portier Daigle, age 73, of Moss Bluff, Louisiana passed away on Monday March 9, 2020. Adrienne was born November 12, 1946 in New Orleans, LA to Adrian Israel Portier and Elma Grey Bates Portier, both of whom preceded her in death.

Adrienne met her husband Henry while they were both living in New Orleans, where they were married, later moving to Moss Bluff, where they have resided for the last 46 years. Adrienne was a faithful member of the Moss Bluff United Methodist Church. She was a dedicated member of both the choir and the United Methodist Women’s group and was also the secretary there for several years. She enjoyed line dancing weekly with all her friends at the Moss Bluff Senior Center.

An avid sports fan, Adrienne loved watching sports of all kinds, particularly when her children or grand-children were involved. She also enthusiastically followed both LSU (Geaux Tigers!) and the New Orleans Saints. She loved playing word games of all kinds with friends and family.

She is survived by her husband of 51 years, Henry Daigle; two sons, Andrew Daigle of Moss Bluff, LA and Mark Daigle (wife Jaime and daughter Anna) of San Antonio, TX; and daughter Becky Richard (husband Tate and sons Mason and Tyce) of Deridder, LA. She was welcomed into heaven by her parents.

The family will welcome friends at Moss Bluff United Methodist Church at 735 Sam Houston Pkwy Lake Charles, LA 70611 on Thursday, March 12, 2020 starting at 9:00am with a memorial service following at 10:00am.

In Lieu of flowers, the family would like donations to be made to the "United Methodist Committee on Relief" at https://advance.umcor.org/

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.hixsonmossbluff.com for the Daigle family.