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Margaret Louise Turnbow Deville, 87, of Lake Charles, LA, died at 7:16 PM on Sunday, July 15, 2018 in her residence.
Mrs. Deville was born January 10, 1931 in Kingsville, TX. As a military wife, she traveled the world and always stood by her family with love. We will never forget her and the happiness she gave to others. She served as a Justice of the Peace in Longville, LA. She would talk about the Bible to almost everyone she met. Mrs. Deville was a member of the Church of Christ. Along with her husband, she established a number of churches around the country and the world. She loved living on her farm in Longville and loved her animals. She also enjoyed quilting and was a proud American, as well as a proud Trump supporter.

Mrs. Deville is survived by her husband of sixty-seven years, Jesse Howard Deville; daughters, Claudette Deville Varnon and husband John of Bandera, TX, Roxanne Barrilleaux and husband Bernie of Lake Charles, Alice Bergeron and husband Terry of Lake Charles, and Pattie Deville, also of Lake Charles; son, Jesse Richard Deville of Longville, LA; sisters, Doris Turnbow of San Angelo, TX, Nonnie Turnbow Maffett of Conroe, TX and Velma Turnbow Garner of Hurst, TX; grandchildren, Brandy Fontenot, Michelle Ortego, Deuce Bergeron, Melissa Varnon, André Nicolas Moreau, Jessie Moore, Jonathan Deville, Heather Ieyoub, Alice Ann Benham, Laurie Ann Wills; great-grandchildren, Kierston Ortego, Drayton Ortego, Holland Bergeron, Kodi Stewart, Amarye Moreau, Cory Farrell, Gambrelle Ieyoub, Hunter Ieyoub, Anderson Ieyoub, Georgia Ieyoub, Joshua Barrilleaux; and great-great-grandchild, Brighton Stewart and one on-the-way.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Johnnie Jackson and Mable Nettie Moore Turnbow; sister, Dorothy Turnbow Tyler; and brother, Dearmon Turnbow.

Her private graveside service will be held at the Central Louisiana Veteran Cemetery in Leesville, LA, under the direction of Johnson Funeral Home.

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Published in Deridder Daily News from July 19 to July 25, 2018