Obituary For Dennis Lloyd Boudreaux Jr Dennis Lloyd Boudreaux, Jr. passed away suddenly in his home on January 19, 2022 at the age of 67. Dennis was born February 7, 1954. He was a proud U.S. Navy veteran, with 23 years of distinguished service. Dennis prided himself in being a man of integrity, respect, dedication, hard work, and devotion to his family. Dennis was a loving husband, dad, and grandpa. Left to honor and cherish his memory are his wife of 46 years Kathy; his 3 sons, Daniel, David, and Darrell; and 4 grandchildren Drake, Darian, Lily, and Jack. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to England Family Mortuary, Inc. Additional Charites #TeamTrees #TeamSeas American Heart Association Hope for the Warriors Funeral arrangements were entrusted to England Family Mortuary, Inc.

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  1. a friend, a military veteran, a patriot, with many stories, I am saddened that he has passed away at such a young age; my condolences go out to his family. he was a family man.

  2. Dennis and I were on the safety committee for work and one day we have fire extinguisher training I couldn’t get mine to work so he walked over and said the pin is still in so he pulled it out while I was squeezing it and it Shir all over the two of us. He looked at me with foam on him and said you are fired. We both laughed so hard.

  3. Dennis was a compassionate and unselfish man. He lived for his family and was a wonderful father and husband. He was always willing to help a neighbor or friend. My sincere condolences to his family, he will be missed.

  4. Dennis was a great man! He had the biggest heart of gold! I feel so lucky to have known him. May Dennis’ life be remembered with all the many happy memories! Dennis made an impact on so many other lives! May he live on forever in our hearts!

  5. Dennis you are going to be missed and all you navy stories that you would tell during our shifts together. Also we had to love how you didn’t pull no punches about how you felt about something good or bad you would give your honest opinions. Hope you are on ship up there because I know you enjoyed everything about living on a ship. Until we meet again buddy and prayers to your family

  6. I first met Dennis at my old job when I was applying for a maintenance position I didn’t know jack crap about molding machines he was patient and showed every I needed to know and more and I went on to get promoted 3 times in 5yrs he was a real nice guy a little tough and very opinionated a lot lol but he was a great co-worker and real cool to hang out with after work I even had my sons 7th bday party at his house his wife and kids and grandchildren where all awesome rest in peace Dennis you will be missed..

  7. I really liked working with Dennis. What a great guy. Being the opinionated person that he was it was especially enjoyable watching the the affect he had on others. Miss him.

  8. So saddened to hear of Dennis’s passing.
    To some he may have had a gruff exterior, but when you got to know him he was like a teddy bear or “Gentle Giant “.
    He was an honorable, devoted, hardworking, & caring man. Even though he lived a very humble life, the love that was shared amongst and for his family was priceless. He was a lucky husband, father, and grandfather who got to see and share in more joys, with his family, than most. He got to watch his grandsons being homeschooled by his wife Kathy. She also made the most amazing meals for him. Co-workers we’re very envious of his packed dinners she made for him. He got to see his sons before they went to work each day, after he spent long nights working the graveyard shift. He enjoyed sharing any spare moment he got with his wife and family whether it was having deep intellectual or silly conversations, watching educational programs, soaking in the happenings and maturing of his grandsons, fishing, tinkering, or doing a brief outing.
    A funny tidbit, Dennis liked to stash in his pocket loose nuts, bolts, & screws he found on the ground, in case he had a use for them. Yes it made laundry day very interesting for Kathy. So if I, or you, find a nut, bolt, or screw on the ground, I’d like to think Dennis left it there to say “Hi” or to be picked up and used later.
    Bye Dennis. You were truly a great neighbor and a standup guy!

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