Llewellyn Gene Broussard
June 10, 1942 – May 2, 2020
Sulphur- Llewellyn Gene Broussard, 77, died Saturday, May 2, 2020, in a local hospital. He was a native and lifelong resident of Choupique. Gene was a member of Choupique Baptist Church where he had served as Minister of Music and he had also served as a Deacon. He enjoyed spending time with his family.
Survivors include his children, Laurie Perrin and husband, David of Athens, Texas, Kelly Allen and husband, Colonel Thomas Allen of Carson, Virginia, and Dan Broussard and wife, Itasca of Sulphur; his sister, Ducky Prather of Sulphur; nine grandchildren, Jason Perrin, Katie Taylor, Ashley Broussard, Alyson Broussard, Chance Broussard, Hayley Allen Desmarais, Heidi Allen, Jana Bauer, and Nathan Allen; and great-grandchildren, Leighton Perrin, Ellis Quinn Perrin, Deacon Taylor. He is preceded in death by his wife of 51 years, Easter Mae Thistrup Broussard; and his parents, Rev. Eugene and Mae Broussard.
A memorial service will be held at a later date. Burial was in Mimosa Pines Cemetery South in Carlyss under the direction of Hixson-Sulphur Memorial Funeral Home. Words of comfort may be shared with the family at www.hixsonfuneralhomes.com.
- Laurie Perrin and husband David, Daughter
- Kelly Allen and husband Colonel Thomas Allen, Daughter
- Dan Broussard and wife Itasca, Son
- Ducky Prather, Sister
- Jason Perrin, Grandchild
- Katie Taylor, Grandchild
- Ashley Broussard, Grandchild
- Alyson Broussard, Grandchild
- Chance Broussard, Grandchild
- Hayley Allen Desmarais, Grandchild
- Heidi Allen, Grandchild
- Jana Bauer, Grandchild
- Nathan Allen, Grandchild
- Leighton Perrin, Great Grandchild
- Ellis Quinn Perrin, Great Grandchild
- Deacon Taylor, Great Grandchild
- Easter Mae Thistrup Broussard, Wife of 51 years (deceased)
- Rev. Eugene and Mae Broussard, Parents (deceased)
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Llewellyn Gene Broussard
May 7, 2020
Mr Gene was my FAVORITE resident when he was at Brookdale,
He will be greatly missed!!!!
My thoughts and Prayer to the family!!!
May 3, 2020
One Sunday during song service, your dad said we will sing All The Way With Jesus. Then he held up his numb finger and said for him it was half way. We all laughed so hard.
Your dad was a special person. I will always remember him and your mom very fondly. The way they once were.
God bless you little brother and sister.
Love, Cynthia 💕
May 2, 2020
My memories involve my dad and mother, Wallace and Mildred Lee (W.P. Lee) going to Choupique to visit Aunt Mae and her children. Most of the girls had their own families, but Gene and Mae lived close, so we always got to see them. Gene loved a practical joke as much as my daddy did. When we left, Dad always got out of the car, on the road in front of Aunt Mae's house, and bowed to his "audience". The Broussard family would be howling with laughter. My memories are of the laughter in that home. And Gene was a part of that laughter. My prayers are with his children, but my heart rejoices in heaven's joy!