Ourso Funeral Home

3305 Hwy 70 South, Pierre Part, LA


Roland Alexander Comeaux

August 16, 1926August 15, 2020

Roland Alexander Comeaux, 93, a native and resident of Pierre Part, LA, passed away on Saturday, August 15, 2020. Roland was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend. He had a passion for people, sharing memories from the olden days and talking to others about their family history. Roland worked as a barber in Pierre Part for 67 years. He was well known for giving bubble gum to all his customers which they truly enjoyed. He leaves behind to cherish his memory his wife of 74 years, Mercedes LeBlanc Comeaux; four children, Rhonda Comeaux, Merwin Comeaux (Faye), Nelson Comeaux and Eric Comeaux (Loretta); four grandchildren, Betsey LeBlanc (Kevin), Steven Comeaux (Jennifer), Ginger Bryan (Timmy) and Garrett Comeaux (Macy); six great grandchildren, Jacob and Reed LeBlanc, Gabrielle and Eli Vaughn and Hailey and Kaitlyn Comeaux. He is preceded in death by his parents, Uylsse and Clemence Giroir Comeaux and his three siblings, Howard Comeaux, Ronald Comeaux and Alice Alleman. Due to current circumstance with COVID19 the service for Roland will be private.


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Roland Alexander Comeaux

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Judy Leonard

August 19, 2020

Sorry to hear of Mr.Roland's passing. Prayers and hugs for the family.
Loved to hear his stories and he knew so many people. Everyone loved him!
The bubble gum was always a treat. When he couldn't drive anymore, I'd see him walking towards the barber shop when I was in Pierre Part. I would
pray he would make it there safely. We will miss him!❤

Cheryl & Buddy Harrison

August 19, 2020

Our sincere condolences to the family. Mr.Roland will truly be missed. He was such a sweet and happy man and always made you feel like family. Nelson, and family, we are so sorry for your loss.

Karen Istre

August 18, 2020

He was the nicest, gentlest man I ever met. He did love to talk too!! His bubble gum was legendary!

BrucenGloria Landry

August 18, 2020

As a child we'd go about once a month, always concentrating on cutting the hair of the person in his chair and giving a history lesson on family ties while never forgetting everyone else in his Barbershop. And yes, the bubblegum made every experience even greater.
Great man, great husband, great father, great teacher, great friend.
He was Pierre Part's Ancestery.com, and it's still a place of reconnecting.
Nelson, Rhonda, your loving family, we pray God's peace, comfort and abiding presence over you all in this difficult time.

Clara Leonard

August 17, 2020

So sorry for your loss. Mr. Roland always remembered who people were and their story. He never forgot a face . He will be missed .

Sylvia Coupel

August 17, 2020

Me. Roland was such a sweet man, always taking time to talk to everyone. He was always full of funny stories and he loved his wife and family.

Kim & David Sanchez

August 17, 2020

So sorry to hear of Mr. Roland's passing.
It was always a fun time to visit and talk with him at the barber shop.

Marinda (Landry) Castete

August 17, 2020

Ah,Mr. Roland. He will certainly be missed by many. My dad and brother got haircuts from him. Great memories from my time in the shop. . What a nice man! Sorry for your loss.

Faith Bourg

August 17, 2020

Deeply saddened to hear about the passing of Mr. Roland. Growing up, I’d always look forward to getting my hair cut because I knew I’d get to talk to Mr. Roland and he’d have some bubble gum for me. Even as an adult, it was always a treat to see him walk in while we were at the barber shop. This town won’t be the same without him. RIP Mr. Roland. Thank you for bringing so much joy to so many people. Prayers and love for his family. 🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻

Debbie (Verrette) Klotzbach

August 17, 2020

I am saddened to learn of the passing of Mr. Roland. I have such fond memories of him when visiting my grandparents in Pierre Part. I know your family is experiencing a great loss, but Heaven has received a new angel who will be watching over all of you! My love to all, Debbie Verrette Klotzbach.


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