James Anthony Alleman Sr.
November 24, 1929 – February 17, 2020
James Alleman, Sr., a resident of White Castle, passed away on Monday, February 17, 2020. He was 90. James was a sugar cane farmer and a distributor of the Morning Advocate Newspaper. He was a proud member of the Teamsters, and he served as an usher at Our Lady of Prompt Succor Church. James served in the Louisiana National Guard and the US Army where he served in Europe during the Korean War. James also played football and baseball for Donaldsonville High School, and the Semi Pro Baseball Team Donaldsonville Grays. He was an avid fan of LSU baseball and football. He is survived by his four children, James Alleman, Jr. (Denise), Nancy Christensen (Richard), Terry Black (Raymond), and Scott Alleman (Monica); 12 grandchildren, Ashley King, Bryan Alleman, Amber Grumbles, Kevin, Daniel, Matthew, and Kristen Black, Mike Urdiales, Allison Allred, Emily Lester, and Scott Jackson Alleman; and 6 great grandchildren, Izzy Rae Aguirre, Lucille Black, Abigail King, Tyler and Logan Jackson, and Skylar Cedotal. He was preceded in death by his wife, Yvonne Cavet Alleman; parents, Ledave and Mathile Ramagos Alleman; and 7 siblings, Herbert, Lloyd, Alge, and Lucille Alleman, Vernon A. Gomez, Rosemary A. Smith, and Helen A. Cross. Visitation will be on Friday, February 21, 2020 at Our Lady of Prompt Succor Church, White Castle from 9 am until Mass of Christian Burial at 11 am. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. To offer condolences to the family please visit, www.oursoWhiteCastle.com.
- Visitation Friday, February 21, 2020
- Mass of Christian Burial Friday, February 21, 2020
James Anthony Alleman Sr.
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February 23, 2020
Terry, I am so sorry for the loss of your father. He seemed like he was a wonderful man and father. Your whole family is in my thoughts and prayers. May God wrap his loving arms around you and your family during this time.
Maria and Mark Jolly.
February 19, 2020
I have never met this wonderful man. I have heard wonderful stories from Terry my friend. His daughter. What a great and happy life he had. Look at his grandchildren and great grands. What a history and life becomes from him.
God bless him for ever may he be in peace and enjoy the glory of heaven. I’m sure he is. Just knowing Terry and the stories I know he is. What a wonderful dad !!!!
God Bless your family.
February 18, 2020
One of the things I will remember most about Uncle Jim is what my
daughter Mandy always said every time we saw him. He would always remind me that he was 20 years old when I was born. Mandy would always ask, "are you sure you were 20 years old?"
She could not understand why he looked so young. So go with God Uncle Jim, you will look just as good in heaven as you did on earth.