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Blake Matthew Delahoussaye

June 25, 1986March 14, 2020
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Blake Matthew Delahoussaye, 33, of Alvin, Texas passed away on March 14, 2020. He was born to Chrystel Smith and Joseph Delahoussaye (Del) on June 25, 1986 in New Iberia, LA. He was married to Abagail Mae Delahoussaye since September 30, 2017.

Blake worked for his mother’s company, S&H Manufacturing, where he helped his family grow the business and continue a legacy.

Some people come into your life to love you for simply being you. That was Blake, and his capacity to love was limitless. Blake’s son, Michael Delahoussaye (Mikey) was his pride and joy and his greatest accomplishment. He married Abby Mae Delahoussaye because she was the one who loved him as a whole and he knew that she could love him even when he was in pieces. He loved his family who were friends, and his friends who became family. Blake’s passion was helping others.

Through his struggles he stumbled across his strengths; making a fundamental difference in someone’s life. His passion and presence was the most beautiful thing about him. He served the purpose of the season that he was called for, just walk the earth a while to lend a hand and leave a smile. His spirit was larger than life, he was imperfectly perfect, never politically correct or ever on the beaten path, but his rugged ways and pure heart made him one of kind. He was a rambling man with a wild side, but he loved hard. His life was a blessing to anyone who knew him and now his memory a treasure.

For his sake and his name, Blake would want us to live on to do all things the same. He left us for just a little while, as we know that we will be with him again.

He will be impatiently waiting for us to join his “Heavenly Crawfish Festival” where crawfish will be served, zydeco music playing loud, and the sound of senseless chatter fills the air. We rest assure that God and the most beautiful woman that ever lived, Gale Soileau (grandmother, mentor, and biggest fan) greeted him with the warmest welcome, and that Jason Smith (uncle) grabbed his hand and led him to the nearest levee where a jon boat, six pack, and radio stood. Until we meet again we will fill your void by remembering the joy that you brought to our lives; a friendship shared, the twinkle in your eyes when you smiled, the silliness that made us belly laugh, the man who picked us up when we fell, sincerely listened, the loyal man who protected and loved generously, the heart that gave unselfishly. Rest easy---He has set you free. Blake will be dearly missed and never forgotten.

Preceded in death by: Grandmothers, Gale Louviere Soileau and Hattie Margarette Zagar; and uncle, Jason Raye Smith.

Survived by: his wife, Abagail Mae Acord Delahoussaye; son, Michael Delahoussaye (Mikey); mother, Chrystel Kaye Smith; father, Joseph Huey Delahoussaye (Del); sisters, Callie Renee’ Perez, Margan Claire Nixon, Brittanie Gale Messer; brother in laws, Michael Perez, Eddy Nixon, Matthew Messer; nieces, Mackenzie Louise Messer, Anastin Gale Nixon, Marlie Rae Messer; nephews, Aidan Hunt Nixon, Brooks Michael Perez, Bennet Joseph Perez, Jack David Nixon, Mason Matthew Messer; grandparents, David E. Soileau, Joseph Huey Delahoussaye, and Rowena Thibodeaux Delahoussaye; aunts, uncles, cousins, and countless friends.

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LISA VENDEIRO

March 31, 2020

Blake you are certainly missed. You were my daughters best friend and she misses you more than words can describe. I know the kind of man you were and I know why you and my daughter were such good friends - y'all made some great memories.

I came to know you when I visited and I'm glad I got to share a little piece of your life. Watch over my Beth as she struggles to accept this, but know that you are in our hearts and memories. Save us all a seat; we'll see you when we get there. Love Memaw

Jaden Louviere

March 30, 2020

the last time i went to texas to visit him , abby , and mikey he took me and mikey to look for sea turtles so that they could be saved. his heart was so pure and he wanted nothing but good for this world that we live in. truly an amazing soul , he will never be forgotten.

Judy Boren

March 21, 2020

He was the sweetest, most caring true southern gentleman that I've ever known. You had to be careful if you wished for something or thought something was adorable because you'd end up with it. I made the comment one night that a puppy he showed me was adorable, he had it at my house in two days and went to Louisiana to get him. He rescued me and my whole family in the middle of a hurricane and never said a word that his own home was going under water. He made me laugh, he truly loved me and wanted the best for me, he loved his son above all else and I will miss him terribly. My heart is truly broken for his family and the world won't be the same without this gentle soul.

Cindy Moran

March 21, 2020

Mikey, I am so sorry you lost your Daddy. I only met your Dad once, at a celebratory afterparty for a Rotary gathering. I had never been to this venue before and I didn’t know many of the people there. Your Dad made me feel so welcome, he made me laugh and told me all about you. He was a good man, and he loved you very much. I know you will be just like him. Remember, you are never alone, he will be by your side always. Now, I do know your Grandmother Chrystel and your Aunt Callie, you are so lucky to have such a loving and caring family, they, and your Momma, will be your Father’s hands right here on Earth. Your Dad wants the best for you, be happy and make him proud. Your friend, Cindy Moran

Cliff Helmcamp

March 21, 2020

Peace and healing in the days ahead as you all mourn the loss of your blessed Blake. God's blessings

Becky Boutte

March 21, 2020

Blake, spent the evening looking through all the photos of your Memorial Tribute. You lived your life to the fullest as it is meant to be. The photos showed the loved you had for your family and friends and especially the love for Mikey. I will miss you.
Love, Aunt Becky

Everardo Chavez

March 19, 2020

We were coworkers/friends for 6 years mann them years flew, gona miss the joking around the crawfish boils the times we'll drink it up good times. Were gona keep on trucking at work & keep your memory alive rest in peace bro were going to miss you !

Rita Wardlaw

March 19, 2020

Lord, I don't even know where to start, Blake and I go way back 15 years. I am having a really hard time with this. I just want to say my heart goes out to his family. I love all of you. No matter the situation we were always there for one another and our friendship always remained. Rest easy my friend. Love and miss you. Until we meet again watch over us all.

Christina Cripe

March 18, 2020

Definitely a man we’ll never forget!! Blake put a smile on someone’s face no matter where he went. Met him back in middle school and never forgot him!! He will truly be missed.

Brooke Rushing

March 18, 2020

He was the sweetest gentleman I’ve ever met. He always looked out for my best interests. Was a true friend; telling me when my priorities weren’t straight. But he helped me get things in order. He always opened my door for me. He beat me at every pool game we ever played. Except the night we met. He will hold a spot in my heart forever. And when I ride on the beach cruiser bicycle he bought me, I’ll always look above and smile, with tears in my eyes.
I love you Blake.

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