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H.C. Alexander Funeral Home

821 Fourth Street, Norco, LA

OBITUARY

Lucien Frank Coniglio

May 31, 1935July 19, 2020

Lucien Frank Coniglio passed away peacefully into the arms of Jesus on July 19, 2020 at the age of 85. He is survived by his loving wife of 65 years, Ann Krohn Coniglio, his 5 children, 17 grandchildren, and 13 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Frances Coniglio and his sister Carmella Hilderbrand. Lucien retired from General Motors Corporation after 30 years of dedicated service. He enjoyed playing baseball in his youth and golf in his senior years. He was a longtime parishioner of St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church. Services are private. To share a memory with the family please visit www.HCAlexander.com.

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Paul whalen

July 30, 2020

IT IS WITH A SADENED AND HEAVY HEART THAT I WRITE THESES LAST WORDS. LOU WAS MY OLDEST, DEAREST, CLOSES FRIEND WHOM I LOVED LIKE A BROTHER. WE ASSOCISTED AN PLAYED GOLF TOGETHER FOR 20+ YEARS. WE SPENT HUNDREDS OF WONDERFUL HOURS TOGETHER. GOING TO, RIDING AND PLAYING GOLF TOGETHER. LOU WAS A GREAT PERSONAL FRIEND. I WILL MISS HIM VERY VERY MUCH. ANN AN LOU SHARED HELEN AND OUR 60TH ANNIVERSY TOGETHER MANY YEARS AGO. PRECIOUS TIMES FOR HELEN AN I TO REMEMBER. REST IN PEACE LOU IN THAT WONDERFULL LAND CALLED HEAVEN THAT OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST HAS PROVIDED FOR US. I WILL BE SEEING YOU THERE SOON.

Hedy Hebert

July 26, 2020

To Ann, Kim, Roy, Kay, AJ & Chris,
Our families shared many memories so long ago, but they were wonderful memories that we still cherish today. Lucien was always a bright spot in those memories. He was such a caring man and fun loving person, and I know he will be missed deeply.
I am so sorry to hear of his passing and pray that God Blesses each of you with peace, comfort and strength.
God Bless each of you and your families....

Bryen Hoffmann

July 26, 2020

Lou was always a joy to be around. Even though he was hampered by a bad back, he would be out on the Golf course with the group and enjoy playing golf with us. He was always in good spirits and was a decent golfer even these last few years. He will be greatly missed and will be remembered by all of his friends in our golf club.

Lucien Coniglio

July 26, 2020

Mr. Lou was a nice guy and a real gentleman. He always had positive comment and a great smile. We lost one of the good guys. Paul said absent from the body is present with the Lord. My prayers are with the family at this time.

Jim Koehler

July 26, 2020

I enjoyed playing golf with Lou very much. He always seemed happy as he whistled his way around the course. He’ll be greatly missed by all of us in Greencrest.

Gary Schlotterer

July 25, 2020

Too Ann and fly. I am so sorry to hear of Lou's passing. He was a man of deep faith and I am sure that same faith will help the family through this difficult time. You may not remember me but my father and your aunt Loretta worked together at Gulf Oil for many years. I can remember the many fun times I had when I was a litter fellow at the camp in Little Woods. I pray the the Lord will continue to comfort the family in the coming months and years God Bless
Gary Schlotterer.

Joel Schmidt

July 25, 2020

Really enjoyed getting to know you and play golf with you. You were always kind and had a quick joke. Some of my best rounds came while playing with you.
Today, Greencrest said a prayer and had a moment of silence for our friend, you will be missed by many Lou!
Take care of those greens in the heavens, and no, you still can’t have birds on every hole. Until we meet again, thanks for being our friend, and watch over us!

Lisa Trigo

July 20, 2020

Dear Ann and family you are all in our prayers. We were blessed to have Lucien as our friend and neighbor for the passed 25 years. He had a heart of gold, and a great sense of humor. It was always fun to call the house and see what crazy message he would leave on the answering machine. These pass few months we were blessed to have spent so much time with him and Ann as we gathered outside and kept each other company. We will miss Lucien so much.
It is a comfort to know he was able to be home and spend time with all of you who he loved so much. We pray that the many wonderful memories you have of him will bring smiles to your faces and joy to your hearts. His journey has not ended, it has just begun. May the peace of Christ be with all of you.
Love, Lisa and Bruce

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