Lynn R. F. "Tony" Louviere Sr.

June 4, 1925December 14, 2018

Lynn R.F. “Tony” Louviere Sr. entered into eternal rest on December 14, 2018 at the age of 93. Born June 4, 1925 in Union, LA and a resident of Norco, LA. He is the loving husband of 39 years to Bernice M. Louviere. He leaves behind his children, Lynn Louviere Jr. (Fenie), John Louviere (Debbie), Karen Migliore, and Keith Fremin. He is also survived by 8 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren, 1 great-great grandchild, and his first wife, Shirley Dupepe. He is preceded in death by his son, Roger Louviere, step-daughter, Jody Fremin, daughter-in-law Daneel Louviere, and son-in-law, John “Totsy” Migliore. He is also preceded by his parents, Robert and Amelia Bourgeois Louviere. Tony served in WWII in the 101st Airborne, he went on to retire from Shell Refinery in Norco, and was a former Greyhound bus driver. He was a member of the Norco Lions Club, a founding member of the Norco Civic Association, honorary member of the Norco KC council, a parishioner and usher of Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church, a member of the American Legion in Norco, and a professional Bingo and Penny Slot player. Tony was the greatest dad and a best friend to all who knew him. He will be greatly missed by many. The family would like to thank the Southeast War Veterans Home and Ochsner Main Campus for their excellent care and compassion for Tony in his time of need. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a visitation at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church, 401 Spruce St. Norco, LA, on Thursday, December 20, 2018 beginning at 10:30 AM. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 12 PM. Interment with Military Honors to follow at St. Peter’s Cemetery, 1550 LA-44 Reserve, LA. To view and sign the online guestbook please visit


  • Visitation Thursday, December 20, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, December 20, 2018

Lynn R. F. "Tony" Louviere Sr.

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Kim giglio

December 21, 2018

Kim Giglio

December 21, 2018

Melanie Templet

December 20, 2018

Met Lynn through Freddie and Louise, my mom. Good man. Mrs Bernice, and family, praying for your comfort during this difficult time. Remember all your good times!

cecil dufrene

December 20, 2018

I have fond memories of working with Tony at OP-1 at Shell for several years. His dry wit and upbeat made your day a little bit easier. Always glad to see you and share a laugh. Our prayers and condolences go out to all family members, Cecil and Jean Dufrene.

Frank Abbate

December 18, 2018

We will all miss "jocko" from Norco; as he would call himself. I had the privilege of knowing and working with him for many years at Shell. He lived a good long life. May he rest in peace. Lynn and family, I am sorry for you loss.

Deanna Weber

December 18, 2018

Although not blood related he was "Uncle Tony" to me. Some of my best memories way back then was Marilyn and I running to the Greyhound Bus station after work where Uncle Tony always saved us two seats right behind him.
I loved Uncle Tony and love his children.
RIP my adopted Uncle.

Kim giglio

December 17, 2018

What moves through us is a silence, a quiet sadness, a longing for one more day, one more word, one more touch. We may not understand why you left this earth so soon, or why you left before we were ready to say good-bye, but little by little, we begin to remember not just that you died, but that you lived. And that your life gave us memories too beautiful to forget"

Death leaves a heartache no one can heal,
love leaves a memory no one can steal."

Eternal rest, grant unto him O Lord
and let perpetual light shine upon him.

May he rest in peace, Amen.

May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed,
through the mercy of God, rest in peace.

"I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die." John 11:25,26

The Casler and Giglio Families

Elizabeth & Ferol Simoneaux

December 17, 2018

What a man! My Uncle Tony was always so sweet to his nieces, Marilyn, Phyllis and me. He would call to check up on us faithfully. I remember as a child we all went fishing together, and our family seafood & barbecue parties were awesome. He was a kind man... a very sweet man. There will never be another 'Jocko', and we were blessed to know him.

Kelly Harmon

December 17, 2018

There'll never be another "Jocko". He was one of the first of many folks I worked with at Shell. We worked together during the early days of Shell Norco's first "Ethylene Plant" in 1968, later called OP-1.

Jocko was always the one who kept us going when things got dull, he was full of fun and stories.
He is often remembered.

God Bless

Reenie Logreco

December 16, 2018

I am so sorry for your loss. Love