Holly Elizabeth Mouton
September 14, 1974 – October 29, 2019
Holly Hagen Mouton age 45, passed peacefully from this world Oct 29. The much loved daughter of John and Mona Hagen.
She is survived by her mother, Mona Burgess and second father, Paul, her sister, Heather Pryor (Terry) and brother, Aaron Hagen, sister, Amie Schultz (Ronnie) and brother, David Burgess. Hosts of aunts and uncles and cousins. She leaves behind a very saddened and some may say dysfunctional family that she was very proud of.
She is preceded in death by her grandparents, Gerald and Blanche Hagen, father, John Hagen, uncle, Frank Mancha, uncle, Bobby Breaux cousin Mikel Mancha and grandparents Emory and Wilda Breaux all whom she missed dearly everyday. Can you imagine the reunion.
To know her was to love her even when you wanted to shake the crap out of her. She was a very compassionate person , who loved to make people laugh and smile. She loved music (you tube), writing amazing short stories. Most importantly she loved people and excepted them as they were... She is at peace with our Lord who she loved and struggles no more.
Remember her and honor her memory with a smile.
A gathering of family and friends to celebrate her life, will be held Saturday November 9th from 10 to 12 at Hixson Funeral Home in Vinton. We welcome you to come and share your happy memories of Holly.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may also be shared at www.hixsonvinton.com for the Mouton family.
She is survived by her mother Mona Burgess and second father Paul, her sister Heather Pryor (Terry) and brother Aaron Hagen, sister Amie Schultz (Ronnie) and brother David Burgess. Hosts of Aunts and Uncles and cousins. She leaves behind a very saddened and some may say dysfunctional family that she was very proud of.
She is preceeded in death by her grandparents, Gerald and Blanche Hagen, father, John Hagen, Uncle, Frank Mancha, Uncle, Bobby Breaux cousin Mikel Mancha and Grandparents Emory and Wilda Breaux
- Gathering of Family and Friends Saturday, November 9, 2019
Holly Elizabeth Mouton
November 2, 2019
Holly was a ray of sunshine. She was definitely one of a kind and will be missed very much! My daughter Kaleigh ( holly called her chocolate thunder ) LOVED going to Holly's and loved playing with her. She was a part of our family also! My heart hurts knowing I will never be able to see her sweet smile again or hear any of her goofy little jokes😭 gone but never forgotten.