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Maggio Jr., Joseph Andrew 'Joe'  
Joseph "Joe" Andrew Maggio, Jr., 76, died on Saturday, May 23, 2015. He was a native and resident of White Castle. Joe was an avid fan of LSU Tiger football and baseball, the New York Yankees and loved traveling with family and friends. He is survived by his loving wife of 50 years, Joyce Clement Maggio; four daughters, Milan Maggio Artigue (Dean), Gina A. Maggio, Deanna Maggio, and Maria L. Maggio; one son, Joseph Andrew Maggio, III; two grandchildren, Christopher Artigue and Ryan Artigue; two sisters, Virginia Simmers and Mary Beth Maggio; and numerous nieces, nephews, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law and cousins. Preceded in death by his parents, Antonina Latino Maggio and Joseph Andrew Maggio, Sr.; maternal grandparents, Peter and Francesca Latino; paternal grandparents, Salvatore and Vincenza Maggio; one nephew, Mitchell Simmers; mother-in-law, Ruth Clement; and father-in-law, Bert Clement. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Ourso Funeral Home in White Castle and at Our Lady of Prompt Succor Catholic Church in White Castle, Thursday, May 28, 2015 8:30 a.m. until Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30 a.m. Entombment to follow in church mausoleum. In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Joseph A. Maggio, Jr. to the Southeast Louisiana War Veterans Home Activity Fund, 4080 W. Airline Highway, Reserve, La 70084. Family would like to give a special thank you for the wonderful care he received for the last three years at the SELWVA home in Reserve, the doctors, nurses, and staff at St. James Parish Hospital in Lutcher, and St. Joseph Hospice. To offer condolences to the family, please visit www.oursowhitecastle.com.
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Published in TheAdvocate.com from May 25 to May 27, 2015
Maggio Jr., Joseph Andrew "Joe" (Funeral Notice)  
Joseph "Joe" Andrew Maggio, Jr., 76, died on Saturday, May 23, 2015. Arrangements by Ourso Funeral Home in White Castle.
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Published in TheAdvocate.com from May 24 to May 25, 2015
Marien, Lorene Feuling "Lori"  
A Mass celebrating the life of Lorene "Lori" Feuling Marien will be held at St. Felix Church, Wabasha, MN on Friday, May 29, 2015 at 11 AM with the Reverend Joseph LaPlante officiating. Lorene Feuling was born November 2, 1932 in Trempeleau County, WI. She was the eldest child of Leonard and Armilla (Doelle) Feuling. While in high school, her family moved to Kellogg, MN where she met and later married Duane "Dewey" Marien. Lori was an accomplished seamstress, upholsterer, gardener, cook and baker. Her cookies were legendary and were shared generously with family and friends. She also had a life-long love of music, having taught music at St. Felix School, and continued with piano lessons until a few weeks before her death. Lori is survived by 6 children: Leann (Steve) Kindom, Hudson, WI; Kathy (Robert) Abbott, Baton Rouge; Julie (Peter) Ketchum, St. Paul, MN; Niles (Mary Hanson) Marien, Woodville, WI; Blane Marien, Wabasha, MN; and Elise (John) Steger, Shakopee, MN. 11 grandchildren, including James Marien Abbott, Baton Rouge. A brother Lenus (Lavonne) Feuling and sister Romelle Feuling Vincek. Memorials may be sent to St. Felix School, 130 3rd St. E, Wabasha, MN 55981.
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Published in TheAdvocate.com from May 24 to May 29, 2015
Melancon, James Lee  
James Lee Melancon, a native of Lafayette, LA, and longtime resident of Baton Rouge, LA, passed away on Saturday, May 23, 2015. He was 81 years old, born on June 28, 1933. James graduated from Lafayette High School in 1951, then enlisted in the United States Navy. After a tour of duty in the Navy, he graduated from Southwestern Louisiana Institute (ULL) in 1957 with a degree in Geology. James later retired from LA DOTD, after nearly 30 years of service as a Senior Research Geologist. He was an active member of the Knights of Columbus Council 9692, St. Jude Altar Society, St. Jude DMA, and other groups at St. Jude the Apostle Catholic Church. James was a weekly volunteer at St. Agnes Missionaries of Charity "Soup Kitchen". He is survived by his loving wife of 59 years, Jeanette; daughters, Deborah Larkin, and husband Ken of Richardson, TX; Gina Maciasz, and husband Emil Joseph (Sonny) of Baton Rouge, LA; son, Kenneth Melancon, and wife Kaye of Baton Rouge, LA; grandchildren; Jason Larkin, and wife Sara, Eric Larkin, Emil Joseph (Joey), and Alex Maciasz, Alison and Paige Melancon; great-grandchildren; Hannah and Wesley Larkin; and sister, Margaret Atkins (Peggy) of Lafayette, LA. James is preceded in death by his parents, Hughes and Blanche Champagne Melancon; brother, Roy Melancon; and sister, Eula Olivier. The family requests that visitation hours be observed on Tuesday, May 26, 2015, at Resthaven Gardens of Memory Funeral Home, 11817 Jefferson Highways, Baton Rouge, LA 70816, from 5:00 PM until 9:00 PM. A rosary will be recited at 7:00 PM by the Knights of Columbus. A second visitation will be held on Wednesday, May 27, 2015, at St. Jude the Apostle Catholic Church, 9150 Highland Road, Baton Rouge, LA 70810, from 1:00 PM until a Mass of Christian Burial at 2:00 PM, officiated by Father Trey Nelson. Pallbearers will include Ken and Jason Larkin, Alex, Sonny, and Joey Maciasz. Interment will take place at Greenoaks Memorial Park, 9595 Florida Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70815. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Agnes Missionaries of Charity, 715 East Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70802. The family would like to thank the caregivers at Fidelis for their efforts to comfort their father, along with their love and compassion. Family and friends may sign the online guestbook or leave a personal note to the family at www.resthavenbatonrouge.com.
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Published in TheAdvocate.com from May 25 to May 28, 2015

Obituaries from Two Days Ago

Marino, Lynne G. Piglia  
Lynne G. Piglia Marino lost her courageous battle against pancreatic cancer at home surrounded by her family on Monday, May 18, 2015, at the age of 78. She was born and raised in New Orleans and attended Redemptorist High School, Loyola University and St. Mary's Dominican College. Lynne was an administrative assistant at Pelican Printing and the Pontchartrain Hotel and an office manager for Pan American Life. She was past president for both the New Orleans' Secretary's Association and the National Secretary's Association and was the accountant for Ed White and Associates for over 31 years. In 2002, after the abduction and murder of her daughter, Pam Piglia Kinamore, Lynne was the driving force in the investigation which lead to the arrest and conviction of the Baton Rouge serial killer. Lynne organized rallies on the State Capitol steps and galvanized family members of past victims who, until then, had no advocate and no voice. During the investigation, Lynne uncovered a lack of funds appropriated for DNA testing in Louisiana. She made this part of her platform and successfully campaigned to get additional funding. She traveled across the country to do interviews with Phil Donahue, John Walsh of America's Most Wanted and had several appearances on The Today Show and CNN. She also appeared on The View and gave interviews to newspapers and magazines including People Magazine. She was an invited speaker at the FBI Headquarters in Quantico, VA and became the spokesperson for Victims and Citizens against Crime. A testament to her compassion and strength, Lynne wanted the investigation to be about all the victims and coined the phrase, "Justice for Pam, Justice for All." Lynne raised her four children as a single mother while holding down two jobs and attending night school, a further testament to her character and strength. Following Hurricane Katrina, she relocated to Gonzales and lived in The Greens, where she was involved in the Civic Association and served on various committees. Lynne loved working in her garden, traveling around the world and was an avid collector of fine antiques and true friends. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Pam Piglia Kinamore and her parents, Irma and Noah Gautreaux. Left behind to cherish her memory are her beloved sister, Carol Gautreaux LeBlance (Jesse); her three children: Edward Piglia, Jr. (Kathleen), Nancy Piglia Thomas (Gerard) and Ellen Piglia White (Ed). She also leaves behind twelve loving grandchildren: Justin, Joshua, James and Jesse Thomas, Jessica Piglia, Jacob Kinamore, Natalie and Rebecca White, Dana Diaz and Rechelle Diaz Brooks, Kerri W. Booker and Brent White. She is also survived by five great-grandchildren. The family would like to express their sincere appreciation to St. Joseph Hospice for their compassionate care.Funeral Services will be held on Friday, May 22, 2015 at 1:00 pm at Garden of Memories Funeral Home, 4900 Airline Drive in Metairie. Visitation will begin at 10:00 am. Interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Pam Kinamore Memorial Scholarship Fund, 2637 Edenborn Avenue, Suite 100, Metairie, LA 70002 are preferred. The online guestbook is available at www.gardenofmemoriesmetairie.com.
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Published in TheAdvocate.com from May 20 to May 23, 2015
McHale Jr., Charles Edmund  
Charles Edmund McHale, Jr. died on May 18, 2015 surrounded by loved ones at his home. He was 89 years of age, and the beloved husband of Betty Woodward McHale for 62 years. Charles was the son of the late Charles Edmund McHale, Sr. and the late Mrs. Lillian Berniard McHale. He is survived by his four daughters: Ginger McHale Tobey of Westport, CT; Cindy McHale Starling (Philip) of Hopkinsville, KY; Lisa McHale Creed (Curtis) of Baton Rouge, LA; and Willow Hale of Los Angeles, CA. He was grandfather to nine: Caroline Tobey, Charlie Starling, Peter Starling, Elizabeth Starling, Margot Starling, Camille Creed, Elise Creed, Charles Creed, and John Curtis Creed, Jr. Charles also has four great-grandchildren. Born and raised in New Orleans, Charlie received a B.S. from Tulane University in geology. He received two law degrees, one from the University of Texas, Austin, and a second from Loyola University of New Orleans. He practiced law in New Orleans for 64 years until his very last days. He was admitted to practice in United States district courts and the U.S. Supreme Court. In 2012 he was chosen to help revise the tax sales statutes for the State of Louisiana. He was the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award presented by the Louisiana Land Title Association. In 1968, he held the position of vice president of the Urban League of Greater New Orleans and announced the mayoral campaign of Ernest "Dutch" Morial in 1977. He was named "Churchman of the Year" by the Greater New Orleans Council of Churches in 1978. He was a member of the Executive Committee of the New Orleans Bar Association. Charles dedicated himself to service in the United Methodist Church in New Orleans. He was chairman of the board and founding legal counsel of Methodist Hospital New Orleans, and general counsel from1965-1990. He also served as chairman of the board of the Methodist Home Hospital. He served as a legal advisor to numerous Methodist institutions and churches in the New Orleans District. He served as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Louisiana Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church and served as a lay leader for the First United Methodist Church, and as Chairman of the administrative board of Carrollton Methodist Church. He was devoted to Rayne Memorial United Methodist church and to his friends in the Wilderness Sunday School class. He received the Outstanding Service Award from the New Orleans YMCA, and was an active board member of the Salvation Army. He served as Board Chairman for the Southern Eye Bank and received the organization's Distinguished Service award. Charlie was one of the founders of the Audubon Tennis Club in 1948 and was the club singles and mixed doubles champion for several years. He was a member of The Tulane Associates and on the Board of Directors of Tulane Summer Lyric Theatre. Charlie loved anything Tulane and attended many games in all sports. Charlie was an avid bridge player and Life Master several times over. He read a book of bridge strategy every night. If Charlie were not planning a trip to France, he was reminiscing about recent travels with Betty and family. He loved French food, wine, history, and language. He delighted in practicing his French. A regular at Frank "Blackie" Campo's and later Breton Sound Marina, Charlie was catching redfish and speckled trout until he was almost 90 years old. Funeral services and visitation will be held at Rayne Memorial United Methodist Church on Friday, May 22. Visitation will begin at 11:00 a.m. and funeral services at 12:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial contribution to Rayne Memorial United Methodist Church, 3900 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA, 70115. Arrangements entrusted to Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home.
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Published in TheAdvocate.com from May 22 to May 23, 2015
McKnight, Patricia Travis  
A resident of Clinton died at 6:00 AM on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at Baton Rouge General Medical Center - Bluebonnet. She was born July 21, 1949 in McComb, MS and was 65 years of age. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, great grandmother, friend and a true southern lady to all who knew her. She was a member of Halimah Chapter, National Association of Daughters of the American Revolution, Chapter Regent 2001-2003, State Librarian during the Brown Administration and at the time of her death, she was Chapter Treasurer. She is survived by her husband, Isaac McKnight, Jr.; daughter, D'Anna Kemp Lawton; 2 sons, Lenord Wayne "Sonny" Kilcrease and Michael Wayne Kilcrease and wife, Alex; sister, Beverly McCormick; 6 grandchildren, Sarah Elizabeth and John Patrick Lawton, III, Jenna and Jody Kilcrease and Travis and William Kilcrease; great grandson, Wyatt Lane Lawton. Preceded in death by her parents, E.C. and Rose Travis and 3 brothers. Pallbearers will be John Patrick Lawton, Bryan Maggio, Scott McKnight, Shannon Travis, Tommy Strickland, Darold Williams and Brad McCormick. Honorary pallbearers will be Louis McKnight, Mike Beauchamp, Johnny Beauchamp, Judge Hal Ware and Steve Bonnette. Visitation at Clinton United Methodist Church, 11321 Old South Drive, Clinton, LA from 5 PM until 8 PM on Friday and from 9 AM until religious services at 11 AM on Saturday, May 23, 2015. Services conducted by Rev. Ken Graham. Private interment will follow in Jackson-Travis Cemetery, Easleyville. McKneely Funeral Home, Kentwood, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.
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Published in TheAdvocate.com from May 20 to May 23, 2015

Obituaries from the Past Three Days

McCord, V. Lynn  
Born in Frederick, Oklahoma on May 3, 1929, Dr. Vernon Lynn McCord died on Sunday, May 17, 2015. Dr. McCord, a retired anesthesiologist, moved to Baton Rouge in 1963 and he and his medical partner, Dr. Charles D. Belleau, were among the first board certified anesthesiologists in the city. His undergraduate degree was from Louisiana College in Pineville, La. and he graduated in 1957 from LSU Medical School in New Orleans. After his intern year with the U.S. Public Health Service Hospital in Staten Island, New York, he served a year in the Indian Hospital in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He completed his anesthesia residency in Staten Island, New York and then was transferred to Seattle, Washington, where he was chief of The Anesthesiology Department of the U.S. Public Health Hospital for two years before he and his young family moved to Baton Rouge in 1963. Although, Dr. Lynn spent most of his childhood in Oklahoma and Texas, in 1942 his family moved to New Orleans where he attended Fortier High School. He played football at Fortier and also played football at La. College in Pineville, La. where he met his future wife, Frances Sumrall. With his ADHD personality, Dr. Lynn had many hobbies through the years. Besides golfing and fishing, the hobby which outlasted all others and was enjoyed most by others was his hobby of Orchid growing. Many of his sons' friends had an orchid corsage to present to their date because of Dr. Lynn's hobby. The personnel at the hospitals always appreciated the blooming orchid plants he would put out on display, so as to share their beauty with others. Having grown up in his dad's bakery business, he enjoyed baking pies and cookies and became known as the "Cookie Man" because of his families Christmas cookie parties, where the groups nurses', doctors', and children were allowed to have as many of his cookies as they wanted. Dr. McCord served as Chief of Medical Staff for 2 years at the Baton Rouge General Hospital and was one of the founding partners of BRASS, the first day surgery unit in Baton Rouge. He then served as its first medical director; Dr. Lynn had been an active member of Baton Rouge First Baptist Church since 1963. One of his greatest pleasures was participating in mission trips to many parts of the world; including an untold number of trips to Mexico, twelve trips to India with the Hopegivers International Organization, and nine trips to Romania with RAM- Romanian American Missions. Dr. Lynn, the oldest of five sons was preceded in death by his parents, Leonard W. and Mayme Lynn McCord, his four brothers, James W. McCord and his wife, Lorine Busby McCord, Clarence W. McCord, PhD., S. Joe McCord, PhD. and Jessie S. McCord. He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Frances Sumrall McCord; two daughters, Rhonda Johnson and husband, Percy of Montreal, Québec, Canada, Monica Eskine of Baton Rouge; two sons, Tracy McCord and wife Karen of Baton Rouge, and Kody McCord and wife Glenda of Kentwood, La.; eight grandchildren, James and David Johnson, Lauren Eskine Southerland, Allison McCord, Dakota McCord, Kaleigh McCord Pedersen, Carley McCord and Carson McCord; four great grandchildren, Ava and Carter Southerland, Bella Johnson-LeBlanc, and Parker Pedersen; and a special cousin, Carolyn Krumanocker of Midwest City, Oklahoma. The family will receive visitors at Greenoaks Funeral Home, 9595 Florida Blvd. Baton Rouge, La. 70815, on Thursday, May 21, 2015 from 6pm until 9pm. Visitation will resume on Friday, May 22, 2015 at 10am until funeral service at 11am at First Baptist Church. Burial will be at Greenoaks Memorial Park. Friends and family may consider memorial gifts to be sent to RAM, Romanian American Mission, 2801 Hwy. 31 S. Decatur, Alabama 35603 or to Hopegivers International, P.O. Box 8808 Columbus, Georgia 31908 or to Baton Rouge First Baptist Church, P.O. Box 1309 Baton Rouge, La. 70821.
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Published in TheAdvocate.com from May 18 to May 22, 2015
Minor, Terry  
A resident of Baton Rouge, he passed away Wednesday May 13, 2015, at OLOL Regional Medical Center. He was 51 and a native of Port Allen. Visitation will be at Interdenominational Faith Assembly, 5045 Greenwell St., Baton Rouge Friday, May 22 from 8 a.m. until religious service at 10 a.m., conducted by Dr. Guevara and Dr. Shannon Johnson. Terry is survived by his wife Valerie Minor; three sons, Terry Jackson (Jolene), of Erie, PA., Terrell Minor (JhaStevia) and Tevez Minor. Six grandchildren, six brothers and five sisters. Preceded in death by his parents Doretha and Harrison Minor., one brother Isiah Lang Jr. Hall Davis Mortuary in charge of arrangements. Interment in Southern Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Guest Book www.hallsinc.net.
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Published in TheAdvocate.com from May 20 to May 22, 2015
Moran, Thomas J. "T.J."  
Thomas J. ("T.J.") Moran passed away at his home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Monday, May 18, 2015, age 84. He was born Sept. 30, 1930, in Chicago, Illinois, and was the first college graduate in his family. T.J. graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, where he made lifetime friendships. He was a proud Korean War veteran and served as a first lieutenant in the Armed Forces and was a member of the military police, stationed at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. At the age of 9 he began caddying and developed his enduring passion for golf. His last outing was at the 2013 CCLA Highlander Tournament (of which he was a founding member) where he and his son-in-law Rob Thrash won their flight. T.J. was a lifelong entrepreneur with many business ventures, including appliance and furniture stores, auto dealerships, construction and real estate developments, advertising agencies and radio stations to name a few. In the early 1970s, a business opportunity took him to New Orleans where he discovered Ruth's Chris Steak House and met founder Ruth Fertel. A few years later he moved his family to Baton Rouge and true to his entrepreneurial spirit, he convinced Ruth to allow him to open the first franchise of the steak house in 1975 on Airline Highway in Prairieville, the outskirts of Baton Rouge. He eventually moved the restaurant to its current location on Constitution Avenue in Baton Rouge in 1978. Once the largest franchisee of Ruth's Chris Steak House, T.J. also held franchises in 11 other cities. He went on to successfully found TJ Ribs and Ninfa's Mexican Restaurant and later opened Ruffino's Italian Restaurant, all in Baton Rouge. T.J.'s business philosophy can be simply stated as – "Try to find a way to make it better every day." A 26-year cancer survivor, T.J. felt particularly indebted to his radiation oncologist Robert Fields, M.D. and the staff at Mary Bird Perkins – Our Lady of the Lake Cancer Center in Baton Rouge for his recovery from esophageal cancer, which inspired him to become a longtime supporter of the non-profit cancer care organization. In 1990, T.J. was a founding member of the Cancer Center's annual Charity Golf Classic, as it was then called. Today, the tournament is one of the Cancer Center's largest fundraising events, which generates funds to help save countless lives and allow for the creation of many new patient programs and services. Just two years after the golf tournament began, T.J. envisioned and assumed leadership for the highly successful "Brick by Brick" capital campaign for the construction of the six-story addition to the Cancer Center. In 2010, in addition to his sustained support , T.J. made an extraordinary $1 million gift to the endowment of the Cancer Center's Foundation to ensure patients and their families have access to all the services they need now and in the future. His overwhelming generosity, born of his desire to thank his caregivers for the excellent care he received, brought the Heart of a Hero grateful giving program to life. Gifts to this program will further his vision for high-quality community-based cancer care. Most recently, as part of the renovation and expansion project at the Cancer Center, the Thomas J. Moran Imaging Center, named in his honor, was unveiled, offering the latest in diagnostic technologies, which is important for treatment planning and follow-up care. As a dedicated community volunteer T.J.'s non-profit service has significantly improved the quality of life for many residents in Baton Rouge and throughout Louisiana. His humanitarian impact on the community, often from behind the scenes and away from public view, has touched the lives of young people, the disadvantaged and the ill. T.J. used his popular culinary venues to support hundreds of fundraisers benefiting many charitable organizations. A longtime fan of LSU basketball and friend of Coach Dale Brown, T.J. was founding director of the Dale Brown Foundation, which promotes educational opportunities for students from underprivileged backgrounds. He brought his expert business experience to the boards of the Pennington Biomedical Research Foundation, Girls and Boys Town and the Baton Rouge River Center. In addition to his board service, T.J. shared his business acumen and generous support with Boy Scouts of America – Istrouma Area Council; The Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes; St. Jude Research Foundation; Cystic Fibrosis Foundation; Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation; Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital; LSU; University of Wisconsin and Emerge Center. T.J. is survived by his loving companion Judy Byers. He is also survived by his wife, Lois Burke Moran, and his five children and their spouses: Erin Thrash & husband Rob; Elizabeth Vance & husband John; Megan Moran & fiancé Paul McFall; Kathleen Jensen & husband Peter and Burke Moran & wife Melissa. T.J. was a loving grandfather, "Papa," to nine grandchildren: Leigh Vance Banaszak & husband John; Mallory Thrash Kridler & husband David; Brent Thrash; Cullen Vance; Sam Thrash; Katherine and Samantha Jensen and Thomas and Michael Moran. He is survived by his sister Rita Moran Kiebach and his grandnephew Robert "Bo" Kiebach & wife Ashley and his great grandnephew Hank Kiebach. He was preceded in death by his much-loved nephew and best friend Thomas J. Kiebach, D.D.S. The family wishes to thank all of the caregivers and friends who made T.J.'s last days so comfortable. In addition, the family recognizes the contributions of Robert Glim, George Brown, Pamela Delatorre, Vincent Tumminello, M.D., Carl Luikhart, M.D. and Robert Fields, M.D. who worked tirelessly to keep T.J. healthy and happy for so many years. Visitation will be held at Rabenhorst Funeral Home East, 11000 Florida Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA. on Friday, May 22, from 5:30 – 9:30 p.m. A celebration of his life and Mass of Christian Burial, officiated by Fr. Mike Schatzle, will be held Saturday, May 23, at 10:30 a.m. at St. George Catholic Church, 7808 St. George Catholic Drive, Baton Rouge. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Mary Bird Perkins – Our Lady of the Lake Cancer Center's Heart of a Hero grateful giving program – mbpolol.org/hero. An online guest registry is available at www.rabenhorst.com.
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Published in TheAdvocate.com from May 19 to May 22, 2015
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