“MORE THAN 125 YEARS OF TIME HONORED VALUES”
A Family Concern
In the late 1800's, Alex Broussard, owner of A. Broussard Livery Stable, opened the first funeral parlor in Southeast Texas. That first wood framed parlor was soon replaced by a large brick facility in downtown Beaumont which still stands today. Later, the family firm moved to a large, stately home at the corner of Calder Avenue and Forest Street. In 1958, they moved to one of their present locations in a quiet neighborhood on McFaddin in Beaumont.
Continuing Our Traditions
In this age of constant corporate funeral home buyouts and takeovers, families find comfort in knowing there is still a family owned and operated firm with five generations of compassion, continuity, and dignity. The Broussard family feels strongly about their traditions and their family's obligation to maintain both the high standards of excellence in service and their ability to serve the entire community by always keeping their services affordable.
Corey Wayne Coffey
Corey Wayne Coffey, 46, of LaBelle, died Saturday, September 18, 2021. A gathering of Mr. Coffey’s family and friends will begin at 5:00 p.m., with his Rosary to be recited at 6:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 22, 2021, at Broussard’s, 2000 McFaddin Avenue, Beaumont. His Funeral Mass will be held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, September 23, 2021, at St. Mary Catholic Church, 9894 Gilbert Road, Fannett. His cremation arrangements will be handled through Broussard’s Crematorium, Beaumont. Please observe social distancing guidelines. By attending any public event you are acknowledging the risk of exposure to the Coronavirus. Please follow the guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control: cdc.govRead More
Glorious Margaret “Gloria” Huckaby, 90, of Lumberton, made her journey home to be with our Lord Friday, September 17, 2021. She was born January 11, 1931, in Ville Platte, Louisiana, to Clara Mae DeVille Vidrine and Louis Vidrine. Everyone who knew Gloria loved her. She was a mom and granny to all. Survivors include her husband, Dennis Edwin Huckaby; children, Bill Mitchell and wife, Deborah; Susan Lowe; Pam Stevens; Barbara Mitchell; and Robin McLemoire and husband, Mike; grandchildren, Stephanie Goodman; Casey Mitchell and wife, DeeAnn; Christina Odom and husband, Kenneth; Angela Cluck and husband, David; Ashley Guidry and husband, Joseph; Kamron Mitchell; Chelsea Lowe; and Christopher Stevens; fourteen great-grandchildren; and eight great-great-grandchildren, all of whom she loved dearly. She is preceded in death by her parents, Clara Mae and Louis Vidrine; sisters, Barbara Yielding and Ruth DeVille; and grandson, William Mitchell, Jr. A gathering of Mrs. Huckaby’s family and friends […]Read More
Sean Humble was born on September 21, 1981, to Avon and Diane Humble. As a child and youth, Sean was very active in sports, from basketball to cross country. From a young age, he never met a stranger. Shortly after graduation, he began his job at Helena Laboratories as a computer draftsman, where he worked until August 2021. Sean met his wife, Angie in 2002-in a “romantic” encounter at Lumberton Waffle House. It did not take long for the two to fall in love and they were married in May 2007. In 2009 and 2012, their two daughters joined and completed their family. Addison and Libby were the center of Sean’s universe. He was always the fun parent, taking the girls on adventures and letting them tag along with whatever he was doing. Addison and Libby will always be daddy’s girls. They know how much Sean loved them because he […]Read More
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“I have dealt with Steve Cooper for years…. always impressed with his work ethic, his compassion and his care for families.”
“The funeral director, Steve Cooper, is very kind, sensitive to every need, and very professional. He is as good as I have ever seen. He and his staff made everything as easy as it could have possibly been.”