Deepest sympathy to the East/Theriot/Kelley families, you are in our prayers. Mr. Darrell is one of the most memorable figures from my teen years in Grand Chenier - he taught all of us boys a lot, about mechanics, musician, or just passing a good time! The small place called Grand Chenier has lost another bit of its living history.
YOU ARE ALL IN OUR PRAYES AS WELL AS IN OUR HEARTS MR DARREL WAS A FRIEND TO ALL AND ALWAYS HAD A HAD A KIND WORD TO ALL GOD BLESS YOU ALL
Although no words can really help to ease the loss y'all bear, just know that y'all are very close in every thought and prayer..
Lisa and family - we are so sorry for your loss - I know you have many good memories - hold on to them. You and your family will be in our prayers.
Robert and Jean Primeaux and family
East family, Joel and I are so very sorry for you loss. Your father was a wonderful person and was your mother. They were a part of my growing up and I am a better person for having known them. Your family are in our prayers. Mike and Joel McCall
Please know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers! We love you all
Leola: Heartfelt sympathy to you and all of your family in your loss. I remember fondly of my time in Grand Chenier and having coffee with the East Family. Betty S. Zeigler
Debbie Jo, Lisa, and Brian,
I know you are hurting right now and I am deeply sorry for the loss of your dad. He will be missed, but please know that he is now in the loving arms of God and experiencing the peace that only God can give. I will be praying for your healing and comfort in this very difficult time.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Will miss drinking coffee with him at Kelley Mart.
Terry & Susan Beard
Debbie Jo, Brian and Lisa and families, may God wrap you in the comfort of knowing that your Mom and Dad are together again and watching down on all of you. My prayers are with you guys. He was such a wonderful man and a father to us all.
Debbie Joe, Bryan and Lisa, I truly believe that God has blessed you and your family. You have many wonderful memories of your dad and so do we. We were so fortunate to have the kind of family we all had. What a wonderful neighborhood! The memory that stands out the most about your dad is when he had the service station and every morning we would go in his cash register and get our coke money for the day. He would always make sure we had enough concession money. Your Dad was an awesome Uncle, a great Dad and a loving husband, grandfather and great-grandfather. I will miss not seeing his smile at Kelley's Mart when I stop in! May God comfort you! Love, Terri
May Gods blessings be with you and your family. So sorry for your loss
Mr. Darrell drove the Tarpon Bus to every football game, every Basketball game and every track meet that I participated in High School. I can't remember him ever missing one. He loved the Tarpons and loved driving us. Rest In Peace Mr. Darrell
Charlene and Danny Boudreaux