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Reginald Williams Jr

Nov 01, 2007 - Nov 16, 2023

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New Orleans, LA

"New Orleans Funeral and Cremation Service Pauses at This Time to Pay Tribute to Reginald Scott Williams Jr. and The Williams Family. May Memories of Reginald Scott Williams Jr. and The Love of Family Surround You and Give You Strength in The Days Ahead. We Will Continue to Wish You Peace, Comfort, and Courage to Face the Days Ahead. Lean on Your Friends and Family for Strength, and Always Remember How Much You Are Loved. Today and Always, Our Thoughts and Prayers Are with You. In lieu of flower...Read More

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Yvonne DeGreat Washington

Jun 29, 1957 - Feb 07, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

"Yvonne DeGreat Washington was born on June 29, 1957, to the late Edgar Herbert and Octavia Phillips. She transitioned peacefully into eternal rest on Wednesday February 7, 2024, at Touro Infirmary at the age of 66. To cherish her memories Yvonne leaves behind her husband - Wilbert Washington, Sr. She was a devoted mother to Nikea Washington (Cole), Wilbert Washington, Jr. (Rene’), LaTrell W. Boutte (Todd), and Tre’ Washington (Kali). She was preceded in death by her brothers Adam and Raymond, sister, Juanita, and survived by sister Octavia. She was also survived by her dearest friend, Cheryl Moore. Grandmother of Keith, Joseph, Christopher, Jordis, Taylin. She is also survived by a godson, Darryl, host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. Yvonne was educated in the New Orleans Public School system and was a graduate of Walter L. Cohen Senior High School. Her last years of employment were with the University of New Orleans. She was also a proud member of Corpus Christi-Epiphany church. Relatives, friends of the family, fellow parishioners, and priests are all invited to attend a Funeral Mass of Christian Burial on Monday, February 19, 2024, at 10:00 am at Corpus Christi-Epiphany Catholic Church, 2022 St. Bernard Ave. Visitation will begin at 09:00 am. Burial will be private. Professional arrangements are entrusted to Duplain W. Rhodes Funeral Home. Please visit www.rhodesfuneral.com to sign the online guestbook."

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Evelyn J.S. Wilson

Sep 25, 1928 - Feb 04, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

"On the morning of February 4, 2024, Evelyn J.S. Wilson passed away peacefully in her home at the age of 95 years old. Born on September 25, 1928, a native of New Orleans, LA, she was one of three children born of Felix Salvant and Ida Watson. She is survived by her dear children Charles Wilson (Kim Wilson), Jeffery Wilson, Robert Wilson, Frederica Villere (Clarence Villere), Beryl McCormick (Lawrence McCormick), Evelyn “Evelina” Wilson. Her legacy will be carried on in the hearts of those who loved and adored her including all 20 of her grandchildren and heirs, cousins, church members, dear friends, and final caretaker Missionary Shirley Hitchens. Evelyn’s loved ones, who’ve waited for her with open arms at the gates of heaven include her parents, late husband, Griffin T. Wilson, four sons, Wayne Meyers, Earl Meyers, Griffin “Peanut” Wilson, Micheal “Michele” Wilson, one daughter, Ida Mae Basserone (Welton Basserone), sister, Albertha Smith, brother, Freddie Scott, Godmother. A service will be held Saturday, February 24, 2024, at First Zion Baptist Church. 7201 Olive St. N.O., LA. Visitation from 8am – 10am. Arrangements by Rhodes Funeral Home. Please visit rhodesfuneral.com to sign the online guestbook."

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Dr. Gloria Jackson Bacon

Sep 21, 1937 - Feb 09, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

"Dr. Gloria Jackson Bacon, 86, a retired physician and former elected official who championed health equity for the underserved, passed away in New Orleans Friday, February 9, surrounded by her family. Dr. Bacon was born on September 21, 1937, in New Orleans, Louisiana to Henry Johnson, a postal clerk, and Vina V. Johnson (Johnson), a schoolteacher. She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Retired BG Frank C. Bacon, and her brother, Henry D. Johnson. Bacon was proud of her family’s history and traditions, and often attributed her success to her parents’ belief in her and the goals they set for her. Their guidance propelled and guided her to give back to the community as an advocate on health care issues for the medically underserved. Her often-unorthodox approach was centered on collaboration to achieve success in issues affecting the quality of life of persons of low income and/or from disadvantaged backgrounds. Bacon graduated from Thomy Lafon Elementary School and McDonough 35 High School. In 1958, she earned a B.S. degree from Xavier University of Louisiana in New Orleans. She attended the Howard University School of Medicine, completing two years of medical school training, before enlisting the help of U.S. Sen. Everett Dirksen (IL) to transfer to the University of Illinois School of Medicine, to join her first husband, Herbert Jackson, after having their first child. In 1962, She earned her M.D. degree. In 1984, she earned a Master’s in Public Health from University of Illinois School of Public Health, and in 2006 at 69 years old, she earned a Master’s in Social Sciences from the University of Chicago. In 1964, then Dr. Gloria Jackson worked part-time at a public health clinic at Altgeld Gardens, an impoverished community on Chicago’s far South Side. After having her second child in 1965, she found that primary care permitted her to find a better balance between work and family and joined the clinic full-time. By 1970, she had become so engrossed in her patients’ unmet needs and so appalled by the lack of quality public health services available that she founded a new medical clinic. The Clinic at Altgeld, Inc. (now TCA Health) would provide care to thousands of patients annually. As Founder and Executive Medical Director, Dr. Bacon guided The Clinic at Altgeld to have an enormous impact in the area - most notably was a significant drop in the community\u0027s infant mortality from 50.2 deaths per thousand in 1970 to 9.2 by 1990. More than 30 years later, in 1997, after the opening of a new state-of-the-art facility, Dr. Bacon retired as Medical Director, continuing as a consultant until 2001. Satisfied that the clinic would continue to provide critical health care, she was eager to expand her service to the community beyond traditional health care to help the children she cared for succeed in life. “I saw that the medicine that people came to the doctor for was only a little piece of the care they needed,” Jackson Bacon recalled as she retired. “They had so many other needs.” She also served in other clinical and administrative activities in Chicago, including as Medical Director at MetroCare; advisor to an Infant Mortality Child Survival project funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; Medical Director of Health Planning and Community Programs for the Health and Hospitals Governing Commission of Cook County; Director of the Medical-Psychiatric Department of the Illinois Drug Abuse Program; and as a Clinic Physician for the Chicago Board of Health and Chief of Staff of Provident Hospital. In 1980, she was remarried to Retired BG Frank Bacon. She began to pursue other interests, most notably, she became only the second black woman to be elected to statewide office in Illinois when she was elected to the University of Illinois Board of Trustees, lighting the path for U.S. Senator Carol Moseley-Braun (IL), the first Black woman elected to the U.S. Senate. In 1992, she returned to singing, a lifelong passion that played an important role in her early development. She performed in many recitals and concerts throughout her youth and college years, but the demands of medical school and then medical practice had to take precedence. She was a featured soloist at Chicago Symphony Hall, ETA Theater and numerous churches and other venues. In 2007, she came out of retirement to return to New Orleans, answering the call for physicians in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. She served as an ambulatory care services physician at LSU Hospitals Health Care Services Division until 2010. Dr. Bacon earned awards from Alumni of the Year, Xavier University (2018), Purpose Prize (2007); Pioneers in Medicine 2004 from the Cook County Physicians Association; The History Makers, Inc. Award in Medicine (2002); Alumni of the Year, University of Illinois College of Medicine (1997); and Chicagoan of the Year (1995), Chicago Magazine, among many others. She was an active member of professional and civic organizations, including the Louisiana Medical Society/Orleans Parish Medical Society; University of Illinois Alumni Association; National Medical Association; Cook County Physicians Association; American Academy of Medical Directors (past president); and American Academy of Family Physicians (charter member). She served on numerous boards, including Pullman Bank, The Chicago Network; Provident Hospital \u0026amp; Medical Center; Fisk University Board of Trustees; Illinois Family Planning Council, and Congregational Church of Park Manor Board of Trustees. Dr. Bacon is survived by two daughters: Constance Jackson and Judith Jackson Fossett (Clayton), of New Orleans; three stepsons: Philip Bacon, Geoffrey Bacon, Stuart Bacon; a grandson: Alden Fossett; her sister, Joyce Johnson Burton; her niece, Valerie Burton; her nephew, Theodore Burton, Jr.; and a host of cousins. Funeral Service is to be held Saturday, February 17, 2024, at St. John Institutional Missionary Baptist Church at 10:00 am. Visitation is from 9:00 am -10:00 am. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in her memory to Xavier University of Louisiana for their new medical school. Arrangements by D.W. Rhodes Funeral Home, 3933 Washington Avenue. Please visit www.rhodesfuneral.com to sign the guestbook."

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Rodney Bridges

Died : Feb 08, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

"Rodney Bridges passed away at the age of 70 on February 8, 2024 at Ochsner Hospital. He was a New Orleans native. He was the loving husband of Yolanda Bridges; father of Patrick, Stephon and Rodney, Jr. Rodney was a veteran of the United States Navy and was employed at Ray Brandt and Premier Nissan as a sales consultant for 30 years. He was educated in the Orleans Parish school system and was an active member of the Pleasant Zion Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Pastor Kenneth E. Thompson. He also served as a deacon and as president of the usher auxiliary. He is survived by his wife, 3 sons and 4 siblings, Denise B. Banks, Renae B. Warning, Setly Bridges, Jr and Wallace Bridges. A Celebration of Life will be held at Pleasant Zion Baptist Church, 3317 Toledano Street on Friday. February 23, 2024 at 10:00 am. Visitation will begin at 9:00 am. Interment: Private. Arrangements by D.W. Rhodes Funeral Home, 3933 Washington Avenue. Please visit www.rhodesfuneral.com to sign the guestbook."

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Emmett Charles Robinson

Feb 16, 1932 - Feb 14, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

"Emmett Charles Robinson was born on February 16,1932 to his loving parents, Emmett and Carmella Robinson, of Abbeville, LA. After a brief period of illness, Emmett Robinson passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 14, 2024. Emmett, at the age of 21, joined in holy matrimony with Emma Frances Boykin Robinson. They were blessed with six children, five daughters and one son. He lived a quiet life, was particular about being very neat, and having things in order. As a young adult, Emmett served our country in the Army branch of the military and continued to live a disciplined life from then on. He enjoyed the outdoors including vegetable gardening, fishing, and rabbit hunting with friends. He enjoyed different sports, especially football. Emmett was kind to his neighbors and everyone he met. He loved Jesus, eating good food, and was a good father to his children. Emmett was a long-distance truck driver for many years and could easily tell us how long it would take to drive to any place in the USA. When asked to travel, he often replied with a teasing smile and would say “I’ve been there already, and I don’t need to go back.” When no longer physically able to attend church, Emmett enjoyed participating in church services he viewed on television. His son, Emmett Wayne, often joined him on Sundays and together they enjoyed church services, great food, and football. In earlier years, he served as a church deacon and was an example to others of one who would bend his knees in prayer. Preceding Emmett in death were his parents Emmett and Carmella Robinson, his wife of thirty-five years Emma Boykin Robinson, his four brothers Adam, Marion, Aaron, and Cleveland Robinson, several sisters- in-law, including his wife’s sister Doris B. Gills (Russell). Emmett leaves to mourn his six children: Aurelia Robinson Celestine, Gwendolyn Robinson, Emmett Wayne Robinson, Yvette Robinson Daniels (Sebyron Sr.), Marilyn Robinson Bourgeois (Adrian), Joycelyn Robinson Branch (DeChris); grandchildren, Emmett C. W. Robinson, Angelle J. Davis (Terrell), Chastity D. Mason (Alvin), GayNia Williams DeGraw (Lucas), Jessica Swan Brown (Lynwood), Sebyron Daniels Jr., Jaslyn G. Brown (Sean Sr.); Sebastian Daniels, Sr. (Laureal), Nikki Williams, Joseph Givens III, Autumn James, Richard Robinson (Brittany), Eric Robinson (Erin), Denim Branch; great grandchildren, Emiya Robinson, Aceley Davis, Azriel Davis, Andreas Davis, Adoniah Davis, Ty’Rian Foster-Daniels, Tavion Tucker, Cruze DeGraw, Goldie DeGraw, Kandance Brown, Jordan Brown, Seth Brown, S’Naya Daniels, Sebyron Daniels III, Sean Brown Jr., Jayde Brown, Alayzia Cola, Sebastian Daniels Jr., King Daniels, Kyra Williams, Alaiyah Walker, Kaiden Walker, Darrius Robinson, Darmarius Robinson, Dream Robinson, Destini Robinson, Richard Robinson Jr., Imani Robinson, Elijah Robinson, Kayla Robinson, Paris Robinson, Eric Robinson Jr., Erica Robinson, Aliyah Robinson, JaCorie Casborn Jr. and a host of friends including Roland Jeffery, Alton Pounds, Emile August who were close friends for more than 50 years. Emmett also leaves to mourn a host of other friends and relatives. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend a Funeral Service at D. W. Rhodes Funeral Home, 3933 Washington Ave. NOLA on Saturday February 24, 2024 at 9:30 AM, Visitation 9:00. Interment: Southeast LA Veterans Cemetery, Slidell, LA. Arrangement by D. W. Rhodes Funeral Home, 3933 Washington Ave. Please visit www.rhodesfuneral.com to sign the online guestbook."

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Mrs. Emma Melton Brooks

Died : Feb 09, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

"Mrs. Emma Melton Brooks departed this life on Friday, February 9, 2024, at the age of 80 years old. She leaves the following loved ones to cherish her memories: One devoted sister, Johnnie Mae Ryans of New Orleans, LA; one nephew who was also her godson, Kenneth Lee Ryans of New Orleans, LA; one niece, Cynthia Ryans Baugh of Woodbridge, VA. A dear friend, Mr. Louis Ford of New Orleans, LA and a host of relatives and friends. She was proceeded in death by her husband Willie Brooks, brother-in-law Lee Jr. Ryans, Mother, Father and five infant children. She began her Christian life at an early age at the New Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church. She was an active vocalist in the Sunbeam Harmonizer gospel quartet group in Mississippi. She relocated from Enterprise MS to New Orleans, LA in 1968 and became a faithful and dedicated member at Christian Mission Baptist church; at Nazarene Baptist Church she was President of the Willing Workers, and she was a member of Bible way Missionary Baptist Church in New Orleans, LA. She worked for over 30 years for Dr. Francis X. Wegmann D.D.S. After retiring she enjoyed taking care of her mother and spending time with her sister and best friend Johnnie Mae. She was sweet lady with a very generous heart who was always helping others. The funeral service will be held at the New Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, 5154 Countyline Road, 360, Enterprise, MS on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2024; the viewing will be at 11:00 am and the service will start at noon. The internment will be at the New Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery. Arrangement by D.W. Rhodes Funeral Home, 3933 Washington Ave. Please visit www.rhodesfuneral.com to sign the online guestbook."

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Leslie Ann Francois

Nov 25, 1962 - Feb 08, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

"Leslie Ann Francois was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana in the historic Ponchartrain Park neighborhood on November 25, 1962. Leslie was born to Audrey Martin Francois and Bernard Edward Francois, she went on to join them on February 8, 2024. Leslie was a retiree of the United States Postal Service, where she worked for over 30 years. Leslie loved to be surrounded by friends and family having a good time, she was always warm and welcoming to everyone. She had a gift for making everyone feel at home around her. Leslie would never pass up an opportunity to spread her light. In her retirement she enjoyed singing, shopping, talking on the phone, watching tv, and playing scrabble, but most of all she loved spending time with her grandchildren. Affectionately known as Honey, she spent many afternoons outside watching her grandsons play, and most nights sneaking them snacks and chocolate milk. The boys adored Honey, she was the best grandmother, her physical absence will be felt and sorely missed. To cherish her memory and miss her dearly, Leslie leaves behind two daughters, Kelli Hayes and Tori DeGruy Blue, one son in love Travis Blue, two grandsons Thor and Thane DeGruy Blue, one brother Kevin Francois, one sister in law, two nieces, and a host other family and friends. Leslie was true to herself until the very end of her time, she kept her spirits up and loved on us until her eyes closed. Leslie goes on to join her parents and other ancestors. Although her time in this life has come to an end, she will live on in our hearts and be present in spirit."

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Lillie Mae Francis Cosse'

Died : Feb 04, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

"Lillie Mae Francis Cosse’ departed this life for her heavenly home on Sunday, February 4, 2024 at the age of 86. Lillie was a resident and native of Dalcour, LA. She leaves to cherish precious memories her loving and devoted children, Darryl (Victoria) and Gerald (Dione) Cosse and Donietha C. Luke; her dedicated grandson, Cody Cosse; bonus children, Willie Kermit (Carol) of Michigan and Christopher Cosse’; siblings, Emma Giron, Aaron Jr. and Joseph Francis; brother-in-law, Wilfred Cosse’, Sr.; bonus sister, Thelma Rainey; 9 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; 14 bonus grandchildren; 2 devoted friends, Anna Mae Jiles and the late Iona A. Franklin (Frank, Sr.); God children, Shari Gibson and Baylee Roberson; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her father and mother, Aaron Sr. and Emma Burns Francis; former spouse, Kermit “Lex” Cosse’ Jr; daughters, Katherine and Kathleen Francis; bonus children, Cheryl Randle and Gregory Griffin; sister, Henrietta F. Bodden; God children, Shalon Bienemy and Barry Jackson. Relatives and friends of the family, Pastor, officers, and members of Bethlehem Baptist Church of Dalcour, LA, and all neighboring churches; employees of the former Delta Bank and Trust, Co., Plaquemines Port Authority, PROWN, and East Jefferson General Hospital, Plaquemine Parish Sheriff Dept., and CMMBA are invited to attend A Musical and Celebration at Bethlehem Baptist Church on Friday, February 16, 2024, at 7:00 PM. A Celebration of Life honoring Sis. Cosse’ will be held at Bethlehem Baptist Church, 111 Bethlehem St, Dalcour, LA, on Saturday, February 17, 2024 at 11:00 AM, Rev. Dr. Michael W. Jiles, Sr., Officiating. Visitation will begin at 9:00 AM. Interment: Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery, 258 Bertrandville Rd., Bertrandville, LA. Arrangements by D.W. Rhodes Funeral Home, 3933 Washington Avenue. Please visit www.rhodesfuneral.com to sign the guestbook. Esther Grand Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Bethlehem Chapter No. 153 Officers and Members are requested to assemble at Bethlehem Baptist Church, 111 Bethlehem Lane, Brathwaite, La on Saturday, February 17, 2024 at 10:30AM to pay our respects to our beloved Sister Lillie Mae Cosse. All other Prince Hall Affiliated bodies are invited to attend. By Order Of: Rekell Williams, Worthy Matron Attest: Kia Griffin, Secretary."

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Rev. John E. Breaux, Jr.

Nov 08, 1951 - Feb 03, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

"Rev. John E. Breaux, Jr. On November 8, 1951, John Elton Breaux Jr. arrived. He was born to John Elton Breaux, Sr. and Marie Cecile Breaux in New Orleans, LA. They were very happy for a boy, after the birth of two girls. As a child, John was always laughing, appreciative, curious and blessed. John had a very friendly personality. He made lifetime friendships from the children in the neighborhood and schools that he attended. McDonough #6 Elementary school was the first school John attended. Then Samuel James Green Jr. High and Xavier Prep High school. John also played clarinet, where he took private lessons under the tutelage of Mr. Lionel Harris. He was in the band at Green and at Prep. And while at Prep, a musical group called the Rhythm Beat Melody was formed and John was a part of it. They had become well known, performing in talent shows. His time at Prep was cut short, as it became an all girls school. Of course John joined the band at Walter L. Cohen, where he graduated from. He was already acquainted with a lot of their students and fit right in. It was at Green that John met Joycelyn. Joycelyn was an example of opposites attract. She was quiet but observant and had a mature personality. John liked Joy, as she was called, right away! Little did he know that Joy would become his wife. They were married on September 14, 1974. Their love was endless. John joined the Navy in 1971 and was discharged after 6 years of service. John also had a love for the Mardi Gras Indian culture. He loved it to no end! He finally did join the Black Eagles Indian tribe, out of the Calliope project. He absolutely loved it! And he would ALWAYS mention to you how pretty he was! It was near the end of his discharge that John became seriously committed to his religion and studying the Bible. It was at that time that he made some very serious and personal decisions in his life. He attended and graduated from Union Baptist Bible and Theological Seminary on May 13, 2009. He joined Second Zion Baptist Church #1, where he was ordained and became a minister, on March 18, 2011. After serving several years at Second Zion, John became an associate minister at St. Mark\u0027s Fourth Baptist Church. John ministered to anyone who would listen to him, those in church, prisons, teenagers, or those who were lost and needed help. John recovered from a serious stroke. However it changed his life. He always tried to overcome all of his obstacles. But it was not to be. Yet John continued to enjoy the company around him. He also never lost his talent for making those around him laugh! His love of life and his love of God never wavered. John tried to live by Jesus\u0027s teachings. He did not judge others, he comforted those who mourned, he showed patience with others, and he helped others to take the right path. He forgave others, he practiced tolerance, and helped others to make peace. As a minister, John lived the meaning and ways that the Lord taught him to receive Complete Happiness. On Saturday, February 3, 2024, John gained his Ultimate Freedom! FREE AT LAST!!! Rev. John Breaux is survived by his loving wife, Joycelyn Marie Wilson Breaux, (sisters) Jean B. Pittman (Sherman), Sharon B. Barbarin (Lemuel), Dianne B. Tyler, Lynn A. Breaux, Marcia B. Collins (Andrew), Brigette Breaux, (brothers) Gerard Breaux (Vivian), Kevin Breaux (Deborah), Dail Breaux, (sister-in-law) Sandra Muhammad, (brother-in-law) William W.Wilson III ( Paulette) He was preceded in death by his parents, Mr.\u0026amp; Mrs. John E. Breaux, Sr., his brother Byron Breaux, his nephew Gage A. Louis, his in-laws, Mr. \u0026amp; Mrs. William W. Wilson Jr. John is survived by a host of relatives and friends. The funeral service will be held this Friday, February 16, 2024. The visitation is from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. The services will be held at St. Mark\u0027s Fourth Baptist Church, 2130 Perdido Street, New Orleans, LA 70112. Interment will be at Restlawn Cemetery. Arrangements by D.W. Rhodes Funeral Home, 3933 Washington Ave. Please visit www.rhodesfuneral.com to sign the online guestbook."

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Larionia Marie Moore

Jan 15, 1995 - Feb 04, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

Larionia “Aine” Marie Moore was born on January 15, 1995, to Lisa Ann Moore & Larry Morgan in New Orleans, Louisiana. She passed away peacefully at the age of 29 years. Larionia leaves to cherish her memory her daughter; Honesti Jaryline Moore, and son Ca’rio X’Ceasar Moore, sister’s; Ranlisha Neisha Moore, Julisha Earic Moore, Larlisha Monique Moore, Larrelle Iesha Moore, Irielle Moore, brother’s; Larry Lee Moore, Oneil Montreal Moore, Shawn Micheal Moore, Leindre Denvell Moore, as well as numerous uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces, nephews, relatives, and many good friends. Larionia was a special soul, called to bring love, peace, and light to the Moore family. She had a bubbly personality and a colorful mindset. For those who knew her and spent time with her, she loved to express herself with music, dancing, and getting all dressed up to show off her funky, jazzy, over-the-top personality to the world through photos, videos, social media and even at events. She was the life of the party, always making people laugh, cry, or smile. The outcome was good until you got on her bad side; she would always be ready to put on a wig and go wherever the wind blew her. She loved meeting new people and taking on new adventures throughout the day as she explored her journey throughout life being true to herself. Larionia will be missed, loved, and cherished always and forever. Family and friends are invited to attend the Celebration of Life Service on Saturday, February 24, 2024, for 1:30 p.m. at The Boyd Family Funeral Home, 5001 Chef Menteur Hwy, New Orleans, 70126. Visitation will begin at 12:30 p.m. Pastor Bennie Scott, officiating. Interment is private. If anyone would desire to donate on her kids and family’s behalf, it would be greatly appreciated. All donations will be given to her sister Julisha Moore. (Guestbook Online: www.anewtraditionbegins.com (504)282-0600. Linear Brooks Boyd and Donavin D. Boyd Owners/Funeral Directors.To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Larionia "Aine" Marie Moore, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store. Memorial Donation

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