Dennis James Daugereaux

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Dear Tangee,
I am so sorry to learn that Dennis passed away. He was such a dear man and a kind and gentle soul. I know you will dearly miss him.
Sending prayers and blessings to you and Sadie,
Martha Tennison


Posted by: Martha Tennison - Mandeville, LA - Friend   Nov 21, 2020

I am thinking of you and your family, and sending caring thoughts your way to support you through this time.


Posted by: Ms. Teresa Floyd - HAMMOND, LA - Coworker   Nov 21, 2020

Tangee and Sadie, Dennis will be missed, he was a very special person to everyone. Sending prayers


Posted by: Lisa Camelo - Tickfaw, LA - Friend   Nov 20, 2020

Sadie and Mrs. Tangee,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you both as well as the rest of the family during this difficult time. May the Lord Jesus Christ comfort you and carry you through the days ahead. We love you and are continuing to pray for peace, comfort, and strength. Much love from the Phillips Family. Hazlehurst, Georgia


Posted by: Cindy & Michael Lee Phillips - Hazlehurst, GA - Friend   Nov 20, 2020

May God comfort you during this time. You are in my prayers.


Posted by: Cecilia Lanier - Amite, LA   Nov 20, 2020

My deepest condolences to you and your family during this dark time. Please know that our family is keeping you and yours in our prayers and thoughts.


Posted by: Wanda Davis - Hammond, LA - Acquaintance   Nov 20, 2020

Thank you Dennis for your prayers as you walked our neighbor and prayed the Rosary. You will be missed. Condolences to the family.


Posted by: Sandra Josey - Hammond, LA - Friend   Nov 20, 2020

I will always remember Dennis as being one of the guys that played tennis at SLU and we were all very good players. He was funny and fun loving the best story teller and had a long list of experiences to draw from. I will always remember him as being allergic to seafood and from Mamou and I asked him what he ate as a young man and he replied meat and rice.

He will remain a young man in

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Posted by: Chuck Pulliam - Foley, AL - Friend   Nov 20, 2020