Olivia Mae Pierce
September 13, 1936 – January 7, 2019
Olivia Mae Pierce, 82 died at 9:16 a.m. on Monday, January 7, 2019, in a local care center.
She was born on September 13, 1936 in Jennings, Louisiana and had been a longtime resident of Sulphur.
She is survived by her husband, Raymond J. Pierce of Sulphur; her children, Mattie Thibodeaux Montney and husband, John of San Antonio, Texas, Jean Simmons and husband, Doc of New Iberia, Barry Thibodeaux of Sulphur, and Donald Lee LeBlanc of Pennsyvlania; and two grandchildren, Lee Ann and Ricky. She is preceded in death by her daughter, Thelia Kay Touchet.
- Raymond J. Pierce, Husband
- Mattie Thibodeaux Montney and husband John, Daughter
- Jean Simmons and husband Doc, Daughter
- Barry Thibodeaux, Son
- Donald Lee LeBlanc, Son
- Theila Kay Touchet, Daughter
- Lee Ann Touchet, Granddaughter
- Graveside Service Thursday, January 10, 2019
Olivia Mae Pierce
March 30, 2019
Mrs Mae used to call me about once a week and talk . When she stopped calling I knew something was wrong but I didn't know she had passed . I kept calling her phone and no answer . I was a friend of Thelias and she missed her dearly and she would worry about her grandchildren all the time and if they had the things they needed wondering if they were ok and where they were . Marie the oldest she would worry about her and the boys if they were being taken care of and if they had everything that they needed . I miss her and our little talks on the phone . The last time I had seen her last year she looked really frail . And I had a feeling that would be the last time that I Would get to visit her . She was a very sweet lady and I wanted to take her to lunch again but she kept saying she wasn't feeling well .We had went to lunch twice . Once at Hong Kong then next time at Rosas . I wish I could have done more for her . She is now walking with Jesus and the angels in heaven . You can still talk to her she will hear you . I'm sorry for your loss and look to Jesus. He will see you thru this difficult time . She is with Theleia now smiling .
Mattie "Thibodeaux" Montney
January 12, 2019
I remember my mom as a strong and sometimes stubborn woman. She struggled as a single mom in her early years. She liked to talk to people and never met a stranger. I will miss her so very much. Love you mom.