AUDREY BOUDREAUX LANDRY
July 12, 1947 — May 15, 2012
Memorial services will be held Thursday, May 17, 2012, at 2 p.m., at Ibert’s Mortuary in Franklin for Mrs. Audrey Boudreaux Landry, 64, a native and former longtime resident of Franklin, and a resident of Jeanerette for the past three years, who went to meet her Lord on Tuesday, May 15, 2012, at 10:47 a.m., with her family at her side. Bro. Dore’ Langley will officiate the services.
Survivors include her husband, Kerry Landry of Jeanerette; three daughters, Monique Guillotte of New Iberia, Deidra Guillotte of Franklin, and Colleen G. Phillips and her husband, Brandon, of Franklin; her mother, Gloria Gauthier Boudreaux of Franklin; one brother, Ken Boudreaux and his wife, Botella, of New Iberia; one step daughter, Cassie Landry of Jeanerette; one step son, Slade Landry and his wife, Ashley, of Jeanerette; eight grandchildren, Lainey Pellerin, Matthew Landry, Aprylle Choate, Braeden Boutte, Madison Phillips, Addi Landry, Luke Phillips and Zane Giroir; two great grandchildren, Aiden Bobbitt and Aleigh Pellerin; her beloved dogs, Beau and Grizz; her former husband, Alvin Guillotte and his wife Martha, her friend, of Franklin; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and close friends who held her dear to their hearts.
She was preceded in death by her father, Lannace Joseph Boudreaux.
Audrey retired three years ago after being employed with The Port of West St. Mary for 30 years, alongside a dear and close friend, Rebecca Pellerin. She was her family’s rock ... the glue that always seemed to put the broken pieces together again. She was there for every hardship and trial, as well as every joyous occasion, to help create precious memories we will all cherish forever. Cooking for her family and close friends was her most rewarding gift, to her and also to those who got the chance to enjoy delicious meals. As her daughter-in-law, Ashley, has stated, “We are all going to starve!” Her favorite pass times included gardening, arts and crafts, and camping with large groups of close friends. Audrey was a giver. Her happiness came by the ability to make those closest to her happy. She had a heart of gold, and will truly be missed by all of those who had the wonderful opportunity of knowing her.
A gathering of family and friends will be held Thursday at Ibert’s Mortuary from 10 a.m. until time of the memorial service at 2 p.m.
In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made in Audrey’s memory to the Ronald McDonald House by mail, Attention: Charitable Accounting, One Kroc Drive, Oak Brook, IL 60523; by phone, 630-623-7048; or online at www.rmhc.org.
To view the online obituary and memory book, please visitwww.iberts.com .
Arrangements have been entrusted to Ibert’s Mortuary, Inc., of Franklin.