Paul Dauphine Jr.

February 27, 1937December 13, 2020

ST. MARTINVILLE – A Memorial Service will be held privately at a later date for Paul Dauphine, Jr., age 83.

A native of St. Martinville and resident of Parks, Mr. Dauphine passed away on Sunday, December 13, 2020 at Landmark of Acadiana.

Mr. Dauphine was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed fishing and hunting and watching sports. He was employed at Martin Mills for many years. He will be missed dearly by his family and all who loved him.

He is survived children, Morris “Yogi” Dauphine and wife Kerry; Kenneth Dauphine and wife Kimberly and Tina Laviolette and husband Carroll all of Parks and Paulette Buford and husband David of Catahoula, thirteen grandchildren; numerous great grandchildren and nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Eula Blanchard Dauphine; two sons, Dennis Paul Dauphine and Tony Dauphine; one daughter, Donna Dauphine Talley; his parents, Paul Dauphine, Sr. and Louise Theriot Dauphine; one sister, Edith D. Douet and six brothers, Henry, Aurilein, Lawrence, Dennis, Avon and Roy Dauphine.

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Evangeline Funeral Home of St. Martinville is in charge of arrangements.


  • Morris "Yogi" Dauphine (Kerry), Son
  • Kenneth Dauphine (Kimberly), Son
  • Paulette Buford (David), Daughter
  • Tina Laviolette (Carroll), Daughter
  • Eula Blanchard Dauphine, Wife (deceased)
  • Dennis Paul Dauphine, Son (deceased)
  • Tony Dauphine, Son (deceased)
  • Donna Dauphine Talley, Daughter (deceased)
  • Paul Dauphine, Sr. & Louise Theriot Dauphine, Parents (deceased)
  • Edith D. Douet, Sister (deceased)
  • Henry Dauphine, Brother (deceased)
  • Aurelien Dauphine, Brother (deceased)
  • Lawrence Dauphine, Brother (deceased)
  • Dennis Dauphine, Brother (deceased)
  • Avon Dauphine, Brother (deceased)
  • Roy Dauphine, Brother (deceased)
  • Mr. Dauphine is also survived by thirteen grandchildren; numerous great grandchildren and nieces and nephews.


Paul Dauphine Jr.

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