Betty and I will miss Frances and her beautiful smile. We served with her at St. Rita Church and will remember her devotion to God and service to the Church. God called home a beautiful person whose spirit will live with us for ever.
Deacon Gary J. and Elizabeth B. Borne (Harahan, La.)
To the family of Frances Arceneaux, I give my deepest sympathy. I served with Frances on Sacred Heart High Alumni Board for years. Frances was a very loving and dedicated lady to everything she put her heart and soul into. She could always be counted on to do her part in whatever task was at hand. I tried for years to get her to ride in Chris Owens Easter Parade with me, but she always told me that Easter was to b spent with her family. She was quite the lady, and I would have been proud to have her with me on Easter at the Gourmet dinner with all of the pretty ladies in their finest Easter clothes. I am so sorry that it will never be. I will think of her often, and I won't pass an Easter without thinking of what a beautiful sight Frances would have been in the Easter Parade. I'm sure God will keep her busy helping him in heaven.
I am sorry about your mom. You are in my prayers and thoughts. You are my wonderful cousin and best friend. I love you with all my heart.
I am so sorry to hear from Laura about the death of your Mom. The words from Matthew 25:21 come to mind about your mother: "well done my good and faithful servant". Blessings to you all. Leslie Kilgore Alexander
I first met Frances in 1996 when we traveled to the Holy Land together. Her sense of humor, her love for God, and the Church were evident. She has touched the lives of many, her children and grandchildren, friends, and students. May you find comfort in cherishing such fond memories and may her legacy live on through you.
Father Tim Goodly, pastor of Sacred Heart in Creole and Our Lady Star of the Sea in Cameron