BROUSSARD – Services were Saturday for former ULL math and statistics professor Dr. Thomas Boullion. He died May 10 at age 71.
He was a professor for more than 40 years and was also on faculties at Texas Tech University and the University of Texas.
Survivors include his wife Nancy, a son and four daughters.
Arrangements were by Martin and Castille.
Educator, former police juror
EUNICE – Services were Saturday for retired educator and former Acadia Police Jury President Claude “Jimmy” Courville. He died May 9 at age 65.
He was U.S. Army veteran and retired assistant principal of Eunice Junior High. He was an Acadia police juror for eight years and president for four. He was instrumental in creating Fire District No. 4.
Survivors include his wife Carolyn, a son and a daughter.
Arrangements were by Ardoin’s.
ST. FRANCISVILLE – Services for restaurant owner Ella Hughes will be Tuesday. She died May 9 at age 71.
She operated Elm Park Restaurant & Catering for more than 20 years.
Survivors include her husband John, a son and two daughters.
Arrangements are by Charlet.
NEW ROADS – Services for architect Glenn Morgan are Monday. He died May 9 at age 70.
He practiced with several firms and for the state before opening his own firm and participated in a number of Point Coupee projects.
Survivors include two sisters.
Arrangements were by Niland’s.
BUNKIE – Services for businesswoman Barbara Steele will be Monday. She died May 12 at age 81.
She and her husband Sidney, who survives her, operated Steele’s Florist and Jewelry for 50 years.
She is also survived by four sons and two daughters.
Arrangements were by Melancon.
MONROE – Services for long-time law enforcement officer H. Earl Breaux will be Monday. He died May 10.
He was retired from the state as a Probation and Parole Officer, as director of the ULM Police Academy and as warden of Ouachita Parish Correction Center.
Survivors include his wife, Barbara and two sons.
Arrangements were by Mulhearn.
NATCHITOCHES – Services were Saturday for educator and coach James LaRoue. He died May 10 at age 88.
A U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he was an educator in Sabine and Natchitoches Parishes for 32 years and a member of the St. Mary’s High School Hall of Fame. He was also one-time recreation director for the City of Natchitoches, where the youth baseball field is named in his honor.
Survivors include his wife Florence and a daughter.
Arrangements were by Blanchard-St. Denis.