Lucien Albert Branch, Jr.
It is with sadness that I learned of the passing of Lucien. Mac, Lucien, and Winston were the closest thing to brothers that I ever had while I was growing up. I used to spend the weekends with Mac(we were the same age)on the Atteberry Farm at Mowata from the time I was about 7 until 13 or so. I can still see the picture that Mrs. Atteberry had hanging up in Mr. Atteberry's office of Lucien in his Neville uniform from the state championship year. He was my hero!
May the Lord of us all comfort you in this sad time.
Lucien will surely be missed! He was such a wonderful & caring man. I got to know him over the years through our E.G. Edwards & Sons office in Shreveport, where Clyde French was the manager. Your family will certainly be in our prayers as you move toward the celebration of his life. Lucien was well respected throughout the A.
G. Edwards family & will be missed!
I am proud to call Lucien my Friend. Having worked with him 20+ years, I knew him to be an honest and loyal man who I always enjoyed spending time with. We had a lot of fun together and went through tough times together, and I don't remember him speaking ill of anyone. We will all miss him and my Prayers will be with his Family.
My heart goes out to all the family of Lucien Branch. He was a dear friend, and I know we will meet again soon in Heaven. His time on this earth was one of blessings to those who knew him and whom he befriended. My prayers go out to his family, in particular, my precious friend, Roxanne. He will be greatly missed but so alive in all of our thoughts and prayers. I will always smile thinking of Lucien! GOD BLESS YOU, ROXANNE. My heart is so filled for you and the family at this time.