H.C. Alexander Funeral Home

821 Fourth Street, Norco, LA


Brenda Gayle Mouton

December 3, 1947March 22, 2020

Brenda grew up a “baby-boomer” in Abbeville La. during the 1950’s and 60’s surrounded by loving family, neighbors and friends. Brenda graduated from Mount Carmel High School in Abbeville where a deep belief in god and self were instilled in her through the sisters there. She was a strong athlete and loved the sports of basketball and softball. After high school she attended and graduated from McNeese State University in Lake Charles and embarked on a decades long career of teaching athletics beginning at Pecan Island High School and ending at Live Oak Manor Elementary. She was truly one of a kind and a positive influence on all those around her. Brenda will be missed by all those luckily enough to have known her. She is survived by her life partner Gail Stewart and guardian Caleb Babin, she is also survived by her brother Keith Mouton and sister Nell Dean Roberts. Brenda is preceded in death by her parents Leo and Nellie Trahan Mouton, and two brothers Don and Ronnie Mouton. Due to these uncertain times services for Brenda are pending and will be communicated later. Memorials are planned for Bayou Gauche and Abbeville. We ask that those who wish to express condolences do so at www.HCAlexander.com. The family thanks you kindly for your understanding and compassion.


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Kaleb Babin

April 3, 2020

Brenda was the mother I never had and gave me so much I would have never had or experienced in my life I knew here for 19 years and envy those who knew her for more she changed my life and I wouldn’t be half the man I am today without her part of me is lost and I don’t think I’d ever heal from this fully she played a huge role in my life and I know she will watch down on me as I accomplish and do the best I can to become the person she raised me to be I never knew unconditional love until she came into my life and never Turned her back on me even in my worst of times I could always count on her to be there she was the best of us I just wish I could’ve told you I loved you one more time and I will take care of Gail I promise you bren we miss you more then this paragraph could ever prove, forever in loving memory I will honor you until I join you in heaven myself

Jodie Lege Bertrand

March 29, 2020

Great memories of Coach Brenda at Vermilion Catholic...lots of fun and laughter both on and off the court!

Steve Vincent

March 26, 2020

So sorry to hear of her passing. Condolences and sincere sympathies to the family.

Michelle McLin

March 25, 2020

I’m so sorry to hear this sad news. Pine Street has lost some great people this year! Praying for Gail🙏❤️

Victoria McLin

March 25, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss, Gale! I always enjoyed stopping at the house and talking with both of you in the afternoons. Sending prayers

Linda Lassalle

March 24, 2020

Brenda and I played basketball against each other. I was a guard for New Iberia Mt. Carmel and she was a forward for Abbeville. We hated each other because we were both very good and very competitive. We became friends off of the court at a tournament one year. From then on we were best friends. She taught me how to whistle with my two fingers under my tongue. We lost touch when we went to college. So sorry to hear about her death. God bless her soul. RIP Brenda Mouton❤️🙏🏼

Mary Wheatley

March 24, 2020

I worked with Brenda at Live Oak. She was always supportive. When I was transferred to Ford, she asked Gail to keep an eye on me.

Peggy Mowen

March 24, 2020

Mouton loved life to the fullest. We had great times on and off the softball field. She was a great athlete and person. RIP Moo. Prayers for Gail and family.

Bessie Thibodeaux

March 24, 2020

A wonderful teacher of all time. I am really going to to miss her. Love and always Bessie

Baby Girl Krohn

March 24, 2020

So many wonderful memories I share with Brenda. Lost touch for a few years but when we reunited it was like there was no time lost. My heart is heavy knowing I won't be able to see or talk to you anymore, but I am so grateful you are not suffering any longer. You can now Live, Laugh, Love again.

Heavenly Father, watch over all of the friends and family who mourn this loss. Strengthen them in the knowledge that she is with you and that you are there with them. In Jesus' name I pray. Amen.