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Glenn Louis Broussard

Galliano, Louisiana

Jun 19, 1944 – Dec 27, 2013


June 19, 1944
December 27, 2013
Galliano, Louisiana


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Hutton & McElwain Funeral Home - Macon Obituary

Glenn Louis Broussard, 69, of Callao, MO, passed away on Friday, December 27, 2013, at the Samaritan Hospital in Macon, MO.
Glenn was born on June 19, 1944, in Thibodaux, LA, the son of Louis and Mari Rose (Gisclair) Broussard. He was united in marriage to Gail Lefort.
Glenn is survived by his wife, children, and other family.
Memorial services will be 2:00 pm, Monday, December 30, 2013, at the Christian Worship Center northwest of Macon. Arrangements are under the direction of the Hutton & McElwain Funeral Home in Macon.

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He will b missed. Must be having a joyous time in Heaven.

Errol and laarni Pitre

We will miss our Brother Glenn greatly. But we also know that he has run the race on earth with compassion for others and love for many. After serving the Lord Jesus Christ faithfully on this earth he is now with his Savior Jesus Christ. He will be missed. Doc and Pat Louviere

Gail, children, and Broussard family. Nothing prepares us for the death of one we love. Know that this separation is temporary and like the old hymn said, "There is going to be a meeting in the air..." Enjoy your sweet memories knowing that Glen is gazing into the eyes of Jesus.

May the Holy Spirit bring comfort and peace to the Broussard family. Cherish the precious memories hold them close to your heart. Dave & Rita Doucet

Miss you already big brother. Seems unfair in mans eyes but God never makes mistakes so we will just praise him for the time we had with you. God has blessed us with you for this short time while here on earth. Till our savior calls, later big brother and thanks.

This sweet man will be missed by all! Our hearts and prayers are with everyone during this stressful time, that God will undergird y'all with His strength. Love and hugs from me and my family...

Gonna miss that sweet brother.... But thank God.... Only for a short while:)

Praying for all of you. That the Jesus Glenn loved and served will comfort you moment by moment. Love, Frank and Glenda