Hixson Moss Bluff

150 Bruce Circle, Moss Bluff, LA


Lynda Sue Cormier

January 7, 1965April 8, 2020

Lynda Sue Cormier, 55, of Ragley, LA passed away on Wednesday, April 8, 2020.

She was born on January 17, 1965 in Lake Charles, LA to Everett and Doris Rogers.

She attended South Beauregard, graduating class of 1983, then attending Stephan F. Austin where she graduated class of 1992 with a degree in Radio and Television.

Lynda was employed in the medical field, training surgeons and field reps on laparoscopic instruments, focusing on SILS and SPA procedures and intracorporal suturing and knot tying. She enjoyed her career, traveling around the United States and other countries to train surgeons. Her family and friends enjoyed the many stories of her adventures, especially the way she would tell them, always keeping them laughing.

Before retiring due to illness she worked in healthcare involving nursing homes and loved working with the residences that were on her route. She would take the time to get to know each and everyone of them, being ever attentive to their needs.

Lynda had many interests and talents, when she was younger she enjoyed skiing, camping and scuba diving. She was a people person, never shying away from cooking a new recipe for friends that she learned while watching one of the many cooking shows she enjoyed.

She was a member of First Baptist Church of Moss Bluff and have a deep love for her faith and family. Her social nature was most known by her family, she showed her love and care by often keeping up with her family whether it was a visit of phone call.

She was welcomed into Heaven by her father E. Scotty Rogers, paternal and maternal grandparents and her beloved Mama Dot.

Those left to cherish her memory are her mother; Doris Yvonne Rogers, two brothers; Joel and Jill Rogers of Ragley, LA and Michael and Dianthe Rogers of St. Francisville, LA, one niece, three nephews, three great-nieces and three great-nephews.

Cremation has been entrusted to Hixson Funeral Home, the family will host a celebration of her life at a later date.

We invite you to share a favorite memory or sentiment of condolences with the family on our website www.hixsonfuneralhomes.com


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Lynda Sue Cormier

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Jack Jacobson

May 19, 2020

i have just learned of Lynda's passing. My condolences to family and friends
Lynda was a special colleague and a wonderful, kind and loyal friend.
Generous, enthusiastic and dedicated she was a valuable member of Cambridge Endo. All us so appreciated having her as part of our team

I will miss her deeply.

Jack Jacobson
Former Cambridge Endo CEO

Gina Smith

April 13, 2020

My deepest sympathies to the family of such a lovely, sweet lady. Although Lynda and I had lost touch in the past 10+ years, I have never forgotten our fun memories when she lived in Austin. She was always so energetic, fun, and accommodating when we would visit for a weekend! So many mimosas, laughs, and memories! Whenever I hear Norah Jones singing Don’t Know Why, or Shelley West singing Jose Cuervo, I always think of Lynda! I am truly saddened that we haven’t been in touch all this time and only hope she is now at peace. I will never forget you, girlfriend!

Mary Lindsey

April 13, 2020

I taught at South Beauregard and remember Lynda as a very sweet young lady. Prayers for her family.

Alma Suarez-Rogan

April 13, 2020

My deepest condolences to Lynda’s family and friends! She will truly be missed! I knew Lynda when she lived in Austin. She was a beautiful person with a sweet soul! Always making sure you were doing okay! I loved hanging out with her and tag myself lucky for being a small part of her life! She means so much to me and the thought that she is gone just pains and saddens me beyond words! I wish I had one more day with her to tell her how much she meant to me! I Love you Lynda! Rest In Peace my dear sweet friend! ❤️

Ellen Maynor

April 13, 2020

My prayers of comfort are with you all always.
Lynda could always bring me up with her jokes and laughter,
she and Roger were so close and they loved each other so very much. I could always expect a call from her once a week. I enjoyed my visits to see her at her home and could leave there with a lighter heart than when I went there. I will miss her beautiful smile and face. I love you so much. REST IN PEACE SWEET BABY GIRL.

Michele Woods

April 13, 2020

My friend ..... the night I spend at your house is the night I met my husband of now 37 years, so me and you go way back sister. I loved our impromptu visits when you would stop in at the shop..... making me laugh and making my day. I love you.

To her family ...... Bruce and I love you all and are praying for the comfort only our Lord can give. I’m so thankful for this Christian family . ❤️

Juaneil McCloud Strickland

April 12, 2020

A sweet Christian lady whom I have known for decades. Lost contact until a few years ago when she was involved with the LIFT program that I attend. I didn’t know of her health problems. She had a vibrant personality and will be missed! My love and sympathy to her family. ❤️

Brett Welch

April 12, 2020

Lynda had a wonderful way of lighting up a room when she entered. She had a wonderful smile and laughter. We will miss her, but we know we will join her in heaven one glorious day.


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