John “Bugger” Breaux

March 3, 1963 - April 7, 2022

John “Bugger” Breaux, 59, of Nederland, died Thursday, April 7, 2022, at Harbor Hospice, Beaumont. He was born on March 3, 1963, to Margaret Vernice “Mom Breaux” Morgan Breaux and Eldes John “E.J.” Breaux, Sr., in Port Arthur.

Bugger was a Catholic by faith, a friend if you ever needed one. He never met a stranger. His smile and charisma was contagious. He loved his family and all the friends he met along his journey in life. In his younger years, Bugger worked as an auto mechanic, then a lineman, then became disabled at an early age.  He moved to Colorado for some years, where he loved entertaining everyone on Facebook with pictures of the beautiful scenery there and his walks along the park with his beloved dog/friend, Buttercup.

Survivors include his sister, Ellen Dekerlegand and her husband, Terry, of Mauriceville; brothers, Greg Breaux, Groves and Alvin Breaux, Nederland; sister, Patti Stout and her husband, Randy, Winnie; brother, Eldes John “Junior” Breaux, Winnie; nieces, Shanna Dickson, Morgan Varana, Stephanie Fore and husband, Kerry, Christy Breaux, Heather Broussard and husband, Trey, Sabrie Alexis Breaux, Katy Stout, Stacy Dekerlegand; nephews, Kenny Frank, Jr and wife, Angela, Chris Flowers and wife, Angel, Phillip Breaux, Eric Marrow and wife, Jennifer, Shane Stout, Chris Breaux, Eric Dekerlegand and wife, Danielle; great-nieces and nephews include; Jacob Trahan, Taylor Trahan Pelt and husband, Colton, Bryce Trahan, Kennedy Frank, Abbey Frank, Avery Fore, Corbin Fore, Andrea Flowers, Rebecca Flowers, Olivia Flowers, Christian Flowers, Julian Flowers, Haylee Dore, Tate Dore, Marissa Licatino, Macie Licatino, Hailey Callahan, Abbey Marrow, Baylee Marrow, Kelsey Wright, and Justin Wright, Jr.; and great-great nieces and nephews include Brooks Pelt, Hudson Dore, Haydan Jackson, Gwendolyn Jackson, and Riley Dekerlegand.

He is preceded in death by his parents, brother, Calvin Breaux; niece, Anni Breaux; nephew, Nicholas Breaux; sisters-in-laws, Debbie Breaux and Kim Breaux, and his sweet, adorable Buttercup.

A burial of Mr. Breaux’s cremated body will be at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, April 23, 2022, at Oak Bluff Memorial Park, 101 Block Street, Port Neches. A Celebration of Life will be at 1:00 p.m., Sunday, April 24, 2022, at Sneaky Pete’s, 3900 Pure Atlantic, Groves.

His cremation arrangements will be handled through Broussard’s Crematorium under the direction of Broussard’s, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont.

Burial of Cremated Body

Oak Bluff Memorial Park
  • 100, Block St, Port Neches, TX, 77651,
  • April 23, 2022
  • 1:00 pm

Celebration of Life

Sneaky Pete’s
  • 3900, Pure Atlantic Road, Groves, Texas, 77619,
  • April 24, 2022
  • 1:00 pm

Comments (8)

    Jackie Jackson says:

    I am so sad to hear this.Boogar was so full of life.Never saw him sad.I wish i had kept up with him more,I just thought he would live forever.I loved him like a brother and he will always be in my prayers and my heart,At least when my time comes I will look for him because he will have it all figured out.

    Joel Soileau says:

    Bugger was my brother my coworker and casino buddy. he will be missed, He will always be in my heart. rest in peace. Tell mom ,dad and Calvin we miss them.

    Juanita Broussard says:

    Patti, Ellen & family you’ll are in my prayers. You all were great memories for me when you’ll were growing up near us on Peek. Love you all

    Angie Atkins (Sandoz) says:

    I am so very very sorry to hear that my cousin “Bugger” passed away. He was the sweetest soul you every met. I will miss talking to him on Facebook. I am glad that I did get to speak to him on the phone about 3 weeks ago. Oh my heart goes out to all the family. Hugs and Prayers.

    Kim Harrington says:

    Bugger, I am so thankful that Greg let me know you were in the hospital and we had that last alone time to really visit. I’ll be forever grateful. I known you were in pain and I hated seeing you suffer. You suffer no more my friend. You will be forever remembered by the kind and loving heart that you had, and the Fairness you always display in our childhood games. Yes you were always the couch, lol. I love you buddy!! Unitl we meet up again Ride them Heaven Highways like no other! God bless you and Peace be with your family and special niece Christy Breaux💗

    Tony and Jane Romero says:

    So Sorry for the loss of your brother we so enjoyed the visit that we had with him take care and God bless you all

    Jerry Wayne istre says:

    May god bless you Bugger and prayers for the family love you all my cousins

    Sherry Morgan Breaux says:

    My cousin Bugger and I chatted on Facebook. I enjoyed viewing the scenery pictures he posted often. His comments were always cheerful. I’m sad to know there won’t be anymore postings. Rest in Peace Bugger.

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