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Leo D. Bordelon

June 27, 1975  

Leo Bordelon Rites Saturday in Cottonport
Funeral services were held Saturday at 2 p.m. for Leo D. Bordelon, 61 year old production foreman at the Meeker Sugar Exchange, who expired Friday, June 27, 1975 at 2:45 p.m. at his Cottonport residence.
Rites were held from St. Mary's Assumption Catholic Church to the church mausoleum in Cottonport with Msgr. Mozart Pelletier officiating.  Escude's of Cottonport was in charge.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Emmy Lou Armand Bordelon; a son, Christopher Paul Bordelon of Cottonport; two daughters, Mrs. Marilyn B. Dugas of Carencro and Miss Larayne Bordelon of Baton Rouge; seven brothers, Roy of Evergreen, Dicken Jr., of Bunkie, Noland and Harold of Alexandria, John of Baton Rouge, and Ray and Raymond of Pasadena, Texas; seven sisters, Mrs. Maggie Aymond, Mrs. Pearl Normand, Mrs. Ollie Redmon, Mrs. Lela Aymond, Mrs. Mabel Aymond and  Mrs. Odelia St. Romain of Bunkie and Mrs. Dorothy Sehon of Baton Rouge; and six grandchildren.
Source: Mabel Bordelon Aymond, sister, November, 2008.
Pelican Footnote: Leo Bordelon was a 1932 graduate of Evergreen High School and a member of their championship basketball teams.  The oldest child of Dicken Charles and Odelia Ducote Bordelon, he related many fond memories of Evergreen to me after I married his daughter, Marilyn. 
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