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Betty & Douglas Arceneaux Obituary
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March 29, 2017

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March 25, 2007
dear mr. doug and mrs. betty , i sure wish i could have met you'll . i hear so much about you'll and you'll are so special to your son . there isn't a day goe's by that your not sadly missed by him . he made sure that you both were put to rest together per your request. thank you both for raising a great son and i promise to you that i will be there for him and love him forever ! and we will together both see you in heaven . love , lisa
March 19, 2007
God bless ya'll.
January 24, 2007
Ruth Morales Michele,s mom nextdoor at D&D printing, I think of Betty most every day, someone will say something about what they lost.thay just dont know.
November 6, 2006
To the family and friends,
Even though a stranger, I feel compelled to share my feelings with you about the comfort that I received from the Bible when I lost my father, brother, and husband, in the hope that it may bring you some comfort, too. I still feel sad about what has happened to ones lost in death due to natural disasters, such as Katrina, and other unforeseen events. I do not want to deepen your sorrow, but just to offer some comforting thoughts from a wise ancient lawyer, more famously known as the apostle Paul of the Holy writings, that helped me in my time of sorrow. He said to remember "the God of comfort" who comforts us in all our sorrow. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4.) This has been my source of peace and can be yours, too. God will comfort. This has helped me and I hope this little seed of comfort will sprout for you. Just know that many people do care and have not forgotten. When things like this happen, all of our hearts are broken. We care, too. If you want to share comfort, contact me.
Sincerely yours,