OBITUARY

Louis "Benny" Abadie

December 15, 1956October 13, 2011

Louis “Benny” Benoit Abadie, an employee of Cytec, a native of Ama and resident of Boutte, died at his home on Thursday, October 13, 2011. He was 54 years old.

He is survived by his wife Bonnie Roussel Abadie, his son Jesse Abadie of Luling and daughter Chelsea Abadie of New Orleans. Step-sons Lowell and Lance Roussel of Boutte and step-daughters Lacie Roussel of Gonzales and Lauren Roussel of Belle Chasse. Step-grandchildren; Gabrielle Keller, Chloe and Cambrie Roussel and Logan Roussel. The son of Dolores Oubre Abadie of LaPlace and Curtis Abadie of Florida. Brother of Michele (husband Michael) Bahry of Morgan City, David (wife Donna) and Wayne (wife Tammy) Abadie of Luling, niece Ashley Bahry, nephews Jordan, Nicholas and Seth Abadie.

He was preceded in death by brother Charles “Chucky” Abadie, Maternal Grandparents Edgar and Lucy Haydel Oubre of Vacherie and Paternal Grandparents Louis Benoit Abadie and Philomene Roussel Abadie of Edgard.

Visitation will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2011 from 9:30 am until 11:45 am at St. Anthony of Padua Church of Luling. Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday at 12 noon from the church with Fr. David Rabe officiant. Burial will follow at St. Charles Cemetery in Luling.

The family would like to express thanks to St. Joseph Hospice and the many friends who have made his life more enjoyable for the past two years.

In lieu of flowers, the family request donations be made to St. Joseph Hospice, 824 Elmwood Park Blvd., #155, New Orleans, La 70123.

Arrangements under the direction of H.C. Alexander Funeral Home, Norco, LA.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, October 15, 2011
  • Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, October 15, 2011
  • Graveside Service Saturday, October 15, 2011
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Louis "Benny" Abadie

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Pam & Dales

November 2, 2011

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

October 22, 2011

Mr Benny was one of a kind. He will be missed.

Christina Reed

"Lil" Wade Abadie

October 20, 2011

Aunt Delores and Family, You have our deepest condolences for your loss, we pray that the pain your family is experiencing will transform into beautiful memories of all the happy times with Benny. I wish I had known him as an adult. May God be with your Family. “Lil” Wade Abadie & Family

October 19, 2011

Chelsea, it was good of to stand in for your dad and give me my “Happy Birthday, goody two shoes” call today. I appreciated it more than I can say. Love, Aunt Meme

Barbree Duhe

October 18, 2011

My friend Bonnie , I am so sorry for your lost. Heaven has gained a loving, caring , giving soul. I am glad to have had a chance to know him. And Benny, rest in peace- and don't cause no trouble up there. Love you! Barbree

Curtis Abadie

October 16, 2011

Bonnie, in my lifetime I have known many, many men; but, only two who when passing left a void that was almost impossible to fill and both were named Louis Benoit Abadie. Benny I will see you soon. Love daddy

Mac Farrell Sr.

October 16, 2011

I met my best friend Benny at the age of sixteen years old back in the fall of 1983. I had just move down here from Alaska to live with my uncle after my father’s death via helicopter crash during an Army training exercise. I stayed close to my uncle’s house because I did not know anyone. I saw Benny tinkering in his back yard across the way with a back yard full of creations and interesting things. I decided to walk over and meet him and we have been best friends ever since. We were always kindred of spirits with gifts of being able to see and do things using our imagination. He taught me confidence to apply these gifts and to share this with other people. Benny was a very good teacher with everyone. He knew how to teach at different levels with some he would back up and make people think and figure out things for themselves while others he would explain. He was a good judge with this. Benny would regularly call me just to hear about the new projects I had going on as well as to share with his. Benny also helped me through my time of great need during my divorce. He called regularly to see how I was doing and to listen and give good coaching with sound advice. He has always been an inspiration and true friend through good as well as bad times during my life. I figured out why he kept me busy designing and constructing things for him during his last couple of weeks before his passing. He did not want me to focus on his failing condition but to focus on his heart and my memories of him. He was a true friend all the way up to his last breath on this earth. Benny, I will always have fond memories of you every time I walk into my shop and turn on a piece of equipment to design and to build something. I miss you dearly and pray that you are at peace and happy.
Your Best Friend,
Mac

October 16, 2011

Benny was a part of our family. We had many good memories as children growing up together. Family get togethers were good times. I wished I could have known Benny in his later years. From all I have been hearing he was a fine young man. I pray for him and his greiving family. May he rest in peace.
Love,
Carrie Chauvin Becnel, Vacherie, La.

chloe roussel

October 16, 2011

Benny wasn't just a grandpa to me he was much more than that! we had our great times and and we had some bad times!! i loved him so much! i wanted to have more time with him, we didnt see this time coming! i loved him and still do very very much! he's in the best place that he can be! i cant wait to see you one day again! take care of all of them up there!

Haley Rosser

October 16, 2011

I haven't been knowing you for that long but I known you long enough to say that you were so nice and wanted whats best for your family and friends.I always enjoyed going to the boat to spend time with you and
Mrs.Bonnie.I remember going down the canal by the boat to look for alligators.I remember you joking around with me,Chloe,Cambrie,Brooke,Logan,and Gabby about their being ghosts that would stack pennies in the corners.I always use to feel bad when I would tangle fishing poles up in a bunch of knots and you would have to untangle them. hahaha I miss you Benny!!!R.I.P.WE LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU!!!!!!