Willie Lefebvre

May 2, 1934 - January 24, 2022

Willie Lefebvre, 87, of Beaumont, died Monday, January 24, 2022. He was born on May 2nd, 1934, in Plaquemine, Louisiana.

Survivors include his wife, Veraldine Lefebvre; sons, Henry Spriggs (Mary), Dale Lefebvre, and Nathan Lefebvre; granddaughter, Tandrea Spriggs; grandson, Marcus Hammond; brother-in-law Bennie Jones Sr. (Elaine); nieces, Ingrid Gordon Walker, Yolanda Gordon Berry, DeAngela Eskridge Ramzy, and Bridget Mickins (Kenneth); nephews, Adam Gordon, Tannequi Gordon, James “Do” Gordon, Bennie Jones Jr. (Kim), and Kenneth Jones (Regina); and a host of great-nieces, great-nephews, other relatives, and friends.

He is preceded in death by his mother, Mildred Lefebvre Dale; father, Joseph Stassi; sisters, Theresa Ruth Lefebvre Gordon, and Belinda Gay Dale Dupont; and two nephews, Antoine Gordon Sr. and Vernon “Tiger” Eskridge III.

Cremation arrangements were handled by Broussard’s Crematorium, under the direction of Broussard’s, 2000 McFaddin Avenue, Beaumont.

Comments (3)

    Sylvia Domingue says:

    Bro. LeFebvre always greeted me with a smile & a warm handshake. He & Veraldine treated my mother like their own, with a hug & a smile which she appreciated & when she passed away, he was one of the first to give his condolences. I learned so much of Jehovah’s love through the ones who served Him so faithfully. I loved Bro. LeFebvre & I know Jehovah will remember him in the resurrection. Rest well until Jehovah calls you. Agape

    Mary Brooks says:

    I have always Loved Veraldine & Brother Lefebvre. I have known them since I was a teenager. When my husband died, Veraldine & Brother Lefebvre, sent a beautiful card, with comforting words, that help me. I hold on to the promise, from our Loving God Jehovah, that assures us our Love Ones, will be resurrected. You are not alone, my Sister, your Christian Family, will always be here for you. “Agape Love”.

    Faye McCarthy says:

    It was an honor to have known your loved one, Brother LeFebvre. He married into a family I had known most of my life. We worked at the same Company for many years. He always had a smile and was a listener that gave you good advice. So glad I listened.

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