September 15, 2009 Update

Dear Pelicans,

Positive RSVPs for the Evergeen Lunch Oct. 17, 2009 include the following: (more information will be provided prior to the event)

Ed & Marilyn Dugas

Brother David Trimbur, wife June, Maudie Holston

Ronnie & Dorrinne Galland

Susan Riche’ Earnest & Gerlad Dupre’

Bert and Velma St. Romain 

Pete & Denise Riche’

Ryan and Carolyn Tanner Rabalais

Wayne Goudeau & Edmond “Ed” Goudeau (Ed pending)

Ruth Dugas Albritton and  Donna Jean Albritton Ferguson

Dub and Sandra Dugas

Brandi Tanner Chambless, Debbie Riche Molan, Tootsie McDonald Riche(Pending)

Rodney and Mary Ellen Armand Jeansonne

Fred (Erik) Nelson and Fran Cernignia

Mike and Kay Tanner

Mike and Linda Long

Everette “Hayes” Barman

Doris Ortolano, Georgie Gremillion, Nan Lemoine

AnnaBelle Jeansonne Blanchard

Stebo and Joy Pearce

Virgil and Thelma Tanner

Alfred “Bonoxie” and Faye Riche’ Turner

Harold and Carolyn Aymond

Marshall and Geraldine “Gerry” Galland Sheets

Joyce St. Romain Lacombe and Gail Riche’ Juneau

The above names places the count close to 50. If you plan to attend, please RSVP Ed ASAP at as space is limited. Once the maximum capacity is met, we will keep a brief waiting list in the event someone cancels at the last minute.

If you know of Pelicans who plan to attend, but who are not listed above, please inform them of this email.

For additional information on the Evergreen Lunch on Oct. 17, click on the August 29, 2009 Update in the Updates Page.

Several Obituaries and two News stories (Lopstock #8 and Carl’s (Ducote) Courage) have been added. These are in order of posted date, so please click on those links to be updated in those two areas.

On Sunday, Sept. 13, I attended mass at Little Flower Church followed by attendance at the Little Flower Church Fair with grandchildren Emmy Angelle, Christian Labit and Will Labit. Mike Tanner set up a computer with much of  stored on the hard drive. We were able to visit with a lot of folks (while they were lined-up in front of the computer waiting to pick-up their lunch) and spread the word about  while displaying images on the monitor.

A news story about the fair will be posted later, including pictures.

Peace, Ed Dugas