Albert  'Jay Joseph Patrick Baudier, Jr.

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“Thinking of you in your time of sorrow and though words cannot ease the loss you bear may it bring comfort to know that we care one of his bowling...Read More »
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“The entire staff of Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home would like to extend their sincere condolences to the family. ”
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“Jay&Family, Please accept my sorrow on the passing of your son &brother Jay. He was so special in so many ways. Donna,Cindy and I will pray for...Read More »
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“We are very sorry for your loss and we will keep your family in our prayers. ”
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“Please except my deepest sympathy. Iam sorry I can not be with you at this time. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Ann Lark ”
5 of 6 | Posted by: Ann Lark

“Doug and Family, We are sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. We hope that all your wonderful memories of Jay will give you strength in your...Read More »
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Albert Jay Joseph Patrick Baudier Jr. passed away on March 11, 2008. He was 52 years old. He was the most special son of Albert J. Baudier, Sr. and the late Charline C. Baudier. He was the cherished brother of Deborah B. Armstrong, Denise M. Baudier, Gregory J. Baudier and Douglas M. Baudier. He was fondly loved by his in-laws; Chris J. Bode, Henry McCoy, Millie Baudier and Angel Baudier. Jay was the adored uncle of Erin Armstrong, Bradley Baudier, Brandon Baudier, James McCoy, Justin McCoy, Caitlin Baudier and Corinne Baudier. He is also survived by numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Jay was the epitome of Sr. Lillians very special Blue Rose. Jay will always be remembered for his loving disposition and wonderful smile. He was an inspiration to all who knew him especially Sr. Mary Brian at St. Michaels Special School. He attended St. Michaels Special School and The Arc of Greater New Orleans. His personality was undoubtedly a spark of joy. Jay was a participant in Special Olympics since its inception. He was an avid bowler in various special bowling leagues in which he won an incredible amount of awards. He was a member of a very special carnival club of which this year he reigned as King. He will always be the King of hearts to all.