March 20, 1938 – May 27, 2019
Jerry Theriot, a native and lifelong resident of Catahoula, will be dearly missed and remembered for his love for life and for the best homemade biscuits around. Many family and friends were treated to his biscuits and coffee at his home. Jerry was a commercial fisherman and true outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing, the beauty of nature, and the simple things in life. But his greatest love was for his family and his grandchildren whom he adored.
Those surviving him are his children, Chad Theriot and wife Maddie, Shyra Holcomb and husband Michael and Josh Theriot and wife Wendy all of Catahoula; his grandchildren, Beau, Aja, Cutler, Sierra, Damion, Mackenzie and Kelsey; five great grandchildren; and his sister Peggy Verret.
He was preceded by his wife, Doris Olivier Theriot; and his brothers and sisters, Russell, Antoine and Jimmy Theriot, Betty Mason and Jan Olivier.
A memorial mass will be announced at a later date for all to celebrate his life.
To view the online obituary and to share memories, please visit his memorial page at www.evangelinestmartin.com
Evangeline Funeral Home of St. Martinville is in charge of arrangements.
- Chad Theriot, Son
- Josh Theriot, Son
- Shyra Holcomb, Daughter
- Maddie Theriot, Daughter-in-law
- Michael Holcomb, Son-in-law
- Wendy Theriot, Daughter-in-law
- Beau Theriot, Grandchild
- Aja Holcomb, Grandchild
- Cutler Theriot, Grandchild
- Sierra Holcomb, Grandchild
- Damion Theriot, Grandchild
- Mackenzie Theriot, Grandchild
- Kelsey Theriot, Grandchild
- five (5), Great Grandchildren
- Peggy Verret, Sister
- Doris Olivier Theriot, Wife (deceased)
- John & Pauline Theriot, Parents (deceased)
- Russell, Antoine & Jimmy Theriot, Brothers (deceased)
- Betty Mason & Jan Olivier, Sisters (deceased)
Hope Health care and Hospice Hope Healthcare and Hospice
July 22, 2019
We would like to express our sincere condolences on the passing of Mr. Jerry. We send our thoughts and prayers to family and friends during this difficult time.We hope that the passage of time to help ease your sadness and leave you with happy memories, in the meantimeWe send healing thoughts and support your way sincerely Hope Healthcare and Hospice
May 29, 2019
No matter whether in the basin or on land he always had a smile and a joke,
Never heard a harsh word from him
He Loved fishing and hunting and always willing to give advice to help your adventures
Awesome Man and friend