H.C. Alexander Funeral Home

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Theresa Agnes Aucoin

August 9, 1949June 9, 2020

Theresa Agnes Aucoin, passed away June 9, 2020 at the age of 70. She was born in New Orleans on August 9, 1949 to parents Lindsey Anthony Aucoin and Lilly Frances Cummings Aucoin. Theresa was a lifelong resident of New Orleans and a resident of LaPlace for the past 7 months. She was a graduate of Sacred Heart of Jesus High School and attended Loyola University and went on to work various retail jobs including Leonard Krower and A&P, but her greatest joy was teaching and coaching boys and girls sports teams at St. Henry Elementary School where her teams won many city championships Theresa loved riding in Mardi Gras Parades and was an avid bowler including several perfect 300 games! Theresa never met a stranger and could always tell stories to make you laugh. Preceded in death by her parents and her sister, Linda Draut. Survived by her sister Florence Morrison (Douglas), nephews Richard Draut (Jennifer), Douglas Draut (Angela), Kirk Draut (Patricia), Joelyn Wilkosz (Jason), and Peter J Cuadrado III (Babette). Theresa is also survived by 10 grand nieces and nephews. She will be missed by all who knew her especially "her kids" that she coached. Due to the current circumstances of Covid-19, a private service will be held at a later date. The family wishes donations to be made to your youth sports programs or to a Sports Scholarship fund in her memory, in lieu of flowers. To view and sign the online guestbook please visit www.HCAlexander.com.


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Theresa Agnes Aucoin

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June 12, 2020

Words cannot express the how thankful and privileged I was to have know Theresa. She not only did an amazing job having so many different teams at St. Henry's as competitive as any school in the city, she was also there for us as a friend growing up. She watched over us like a big sister and kept us in line on and off the field. The world is a little less brighter today without her in it. Glad I was able to talk to her from time to time in the past year or so. Rest in peace till we meet again and God bless your family.
Tommy Berggren