Marcus Anthony Comeaux

November 25, 1956 - March 30, 2020

Marcus Anthony Comeaux, 63 of Port Bolivar, Texas, went to be with his heavenly father on March 30, 2020. He was sent to this earth on November 25, 1956, at Saint Mary’s Hospital in Galveston, Texas to proud parents Leroy Anthony Comeaux and Beverly Bonita Blume Comeaux. 

He is survived by his loving wife of forty-one years, Talisa Adam Comeaux; sons, William Comeaux and his wife, Haley; and Blake Comeaux; grandchildren, Evan and Lennon Comeaux and Ethan and Emma Smith; siblings, Joe, Nancy, Curtis, Malcolm, Gregory, Tommy and Charlotte; father-in-law, Rudy Adam Sr.; and numerous in-laws, nieces and nephews. 

He is preceded in death by his parents, Leroy and Beverly; grandparents, George “Bill” and Esther Blume, Delino and Celeste Comeaux; and nephew, Timmy Macon.

Marcus fell in love with Talisa when they were both young and she was always the love of his life. There was no one else for him. They were married in 1978 and he was blessed with fatherhood in 1979 and then again in 1982. After a long wait, he first became a grandfather in 2011. He was THE most loving husband, father, and grandfather. There is no other like him. His pride and joy were his grandkids, they are his legacy. He was involved in everything his kids and grandkids did.

He was a lifelong resident of Port Bolivar and didn’t want to be anywhere else. He was a simple person that was happy with the simple things. He loved the outdoors, hunting, fishing, shrimping, and gardening. Marcus had time for everyone. He would drop everything he was doing to help anyone that asked. He was a second dad to some, a second brother and uncle to many, and a second grandfather to others. He was a faithful and dedicated man of God. He had no doubts about his savior Jesus Christ and was not scared of leaving this earthly place. His fear was leaving his family behind. Marcus was a Deacon at the Church of Christ of the Bolivar Peninsula. He was a commercial fisherman for many years and a mechanic for Galveston County Road & Bridge. He was a man of many talents. Many relied on him for his kind heart and knowledge. He loved all his family and friends and was loved by all. He would do anything for them and his community. Marcus was a hero to all.

A family graveside service will be held at the Port Bolivar Community Cemetery, with Jerry Nelson Jr. officiating. Pallbearers will be, Evan Comeaux, Ethan Smith, Joe Comeaux, Curtis Comeaux, Malcolm Comeaux, Gregory Comeaux, Tommy Comeaux, Delino Comeaux, Rickey Adam, Ryne Adam, Bobby Bouse and Billy Petree. 

Memorial contributions can be made to the Port Bolivar Community Cemetery, P.O. Box 9, Port Bolivar, Texas 77650.

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Moody and Marsha Fredenburg

We are so heart broken for your whole family. Sending prayers and hugs to all. May the lord bless and keep y’all in this difficult time!

Ronnie Kahla

Playing football on Sundays after the cowboys played.just hanging out at Beverly & Leroy house

Jimmy and Francie Boggan

The Comeaux Family, there are no words to say that can ease the pain of your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Pamela Lambert

My heart hurts for Marcus' family. Prayers for his wife and children and Grandchildren. To his siblings, I know your loss and know your faith will help your through this sudden loss. God bless.

Natalie Wilson

Talisa, Willie, Blake and family~ My sincerest heartfelt condolences Marcus was truly a wonderful man. I cherish the many memories I have with your family.

The Willis Family: Barbara, Chris, Crystal, Mason and Reagan

Our sincere sympathy on the passing of Marcus. May your good memories of him help carry you all through this time.

Robert Buckner

My heart goes out to the entire Comeaux family

Eileen Strang Tindall and James

Devastated by your loss of Malcolm, always portrayed as an Icon on the peninsula. Our deepest sympathy to you Talisa and your family. Prayers for you and your family as you go through these troubling times. May God bless each of you.

Travis Allred

Prayers for the family!! RIP Marcus. You were a hero to all of the lives that you touched

Iva Mouton

Love and prayer for the family.

Richard and Lana Thompson

Our thoughts and prayers for the Comeaux family. We know Marcus was a good man and will always be watching down to protect you.

Jim Fannon

It is true, there was no one like Marcus. It didn't matter who you were, he was always interested in you and made you feel welcome. Even though I live about 300 miles away, my family would come down almost every summer in the 60's and 70's and spend a couple of weeks with our family the Comeauxs, and Marcus was always there to welcome us. He made me feel like a best friend instead of just a cousin and I know he made just about everybody feel that way. I remember in the 70's when before he and Talisa were married, they were always with each other and seemed so perfect together. And it turns out they were. In the late 80's, when I brought my new wife Sherry down to Bolivar, we went to Aunt Beverly and Uncle Leroy's house. We sat down at the kitchen table and he was the first to sit down with us and wanted to know all about Sherry, He made her feel very welcomed into the family and was truly interested in her as a person, not just my wife. You hear about people being "larger than life"---Marcus filled that bill perfectly. Once you met him you never forgot him. Even though I hadn't seen him in a couple of decades, I feel like I'd just seen him. I know he's with Jesus now, and with his family who are in Heaven. We are the poorer for his absence but he will always be with us in our hearts. Love you, Marcus.

Rhonda G Fleming Daly

. My Condolences and Love to The Comeaux Family. From one Shrimper to another, Rest in the Waters of Heaven. May The Comeaux Family find Peace, knowing there are is a Blessing of The Fleet being held in Heaven. Say Hello to my Daddy "Streamboat" and my Mama "Joyce" for me. Faith, Peace, Hugs and Love to The Comeaux Family. #3 Daughter of The Fleming Family

Nedra Magee

Talisa: I am so very sorry for you all. He truly was a very special man. My prayers are with you. May our Lord continue to give you strength through this.

Adolph Alcala

My deepest condolences Talisa. May the Good Lord bless you and your family in your time of need. I will pray for you and yours. God Bless my friend.

Mary Ann Smith

Talisa, William & Blake, my heart goes out to you. I will be saying prayers for strength for you and all of Marcus's brothers & sisters, This world has lost a good man.

Rudy Altamirano

I am deeply saddened by the news of Marcus passing. My heart felt condolences to you and your family. He was such a great person and it was a privilege to work with him at the Road & Bridge. He will live on in our memories forever

Ginger Hinckley

My deepest condolences to the Comeaux family. While I did not have the opportunity to know Marcus personally, I did work with his son Blake for several years and he always spoke of his father. My deepest sympathies.

Rita Burch Kalman

I remember he was never a bully. Marcus took up for the picked on he made you laugh and feel important. From the comments on here seemed he live his life. Unchanged he was beloved by many.

Kimberly Owen

I have been good friends with Nancy for years, we worked together for 25. Through the years I have heard and seen the closeness of your family. Together you will make it through, know that you have so many people praying for you right now including my husband Paul and I.

Freddie, Lauren, Hunter and Nicholas Swift

Just wanted to send a message to let you know we have been thinking of all of you and praying for you during this difficult time. Our hearts break for you at the sudden loss of such a great man. Although we were not able to attend the service, we want you to know you were all in our thoughts. Although there is sadness in losing a part of you, we hope you can find some joy in knowing that he is safe with his Father. Hugs to all!!

Celeste Salhab

Charlotte, Tommy, Malcolm and all of the Comeaux family, my deepest sympathy for the loss of your brother. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.