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Leverla Parr

Leverla Babineaux Parr

August 19, 1932 - February 2, 2019
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Leverla Babineaux Parr, 86, died on Saturday February 2, 2019 at 7:10 AM at Terrebonne General Hospital. Born August 19, 1932 she was a native of Iota, LA and resident of Houma, LA.
A memorial service and celebration of life will be held on Friday, February 8, 2019 at 1:30 PM at Saint Francis de Sales Cathedral.
She is survived by her beloved husband of 68 years, James Parr; four children, Donna (Steve) Bonvillain, Jamie (Malinda) Parr, Lisa (Byron) Miranda, Jay (Michele) Parr; grandchildren, Heather Myers, Ashley Knight, Katie Parr, Derek Bonvillain, Andree Daniel, Matthew Miranda, and Kristen Miranda and nine great grandchildren. She was one of 17 children and is survived by six sisters, Annie Comeaux, Allie Dhuet, Angie Cavalier, Audrey George, Maudry Bergeron, Mildred Richard and over five hundred nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents, Arthur and Adelina Babineaux, her daughter Debra Parr Ellender and ten brothers and sisters, Evelia Savoie, Sybil Cortez, Louella Babineaux, Lionel Babineaux, Early Babineaux, Harry Babineaux, Ivy Babineaux, Lloyd Babineaux, Linic Babineaux, and Arthur Babineaux Jr. She loved being of service to others and the church. Lee was the first to step up to take care of family and friends when they were in need. She worked at the A&P grocery store for many years while raising her family. After retiring, she volunteered at various places, including St. Francis de Sales Church and the beauty salon at Heritage Manor. Jimmy and Lee loved going to the casino, playing cards, and Cajun dancing and she enjoyed bowling until Lee’s arthritis made that impossible. She lived a full and active life.  We would like to thank Dr. Russell Henry and his staff for many years of care as well as the Heritage Manor Nursing Home where she was a very brief resident. 
In lieu of flowers please consider donating to help fight Rheumatoid Arthritis. Donations can be made in Lee’s name at The Rheumatoid Arthritis Foundation :  https://www.helpfightra.org/donations/ .
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May your friends and family be of comfort to you in this time of loss. What comforted me the most is the scriptures where the God of all comfort gives us peace. We all look forward to a time where we can see our loved ones again. My sincere condolences to your family.
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I was very blessed to have Lee as a second mother (mother-in-law) for over thirty years. I remember how welcomed I felt the first day I met my future mother-in-law at her home. Lee and Jimmy treated me as family, maybe even better, from day one. Lee would always make sure I had plenty of her home cooking because she thought I was too skinny back then.
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Our deepest sympathy for your lost. I meet Aunt Lee many years ago through my college friend, Judy Comeaux Hoffmann. She was a delight to know.
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Our sister, Leverla, was eight years older than my twin and me. Our earliest recollection of her was when she and my sister, Allie, would read bed time stories to us, and wake us up in the morning for school. Also,
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