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Benedict Benny Lormand

July 4, 1957 ~ December 17, 2011

Benedict "Benny" Lormand was born July 4, 1957 and went to be with the Lord Saturday, December 17, 2011 at age 54.


He is preceded in death by his parents, Amelina and Mena Mae Lormand of Kinder.


He is survived by his daughter, Aimee Keith and husband Joshua of Lake Charles; sister, Marlene Hamm of Conroe, TX; brother, Phillip Lormand of Laurel, MS and aunt, Lola Mae Fontenot of Kinder.


Benny was raised in Kinder and graduated from Kinder High School. He worked as a heavy equipment operator at Citgo for over 30 years.


He will be remembered for his lively sense of humor and zest for life. He always valued family, traditions, and home cooked meals. He gained much joy from riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle and felt a special appreciation of God's creation while working in his garden.


Mass of Christian burial will be held Friday, December 23, 2011 at 10AM at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic Church. Burial will follow in Carter Memorial Cemetery in Kinder. Visitation will begin at Johnson Funeral Home Thursday from 3PM-9PM with a scripture service at 6PM. Visitation will continue Friday from 8AM until time of service.

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  1. Aimee, My heart is heavy and is breaking with yours. He was loved by many but YOU were his one and only true love. Please know that I am forever by your side. I love you!

  2. Benny was a fun loving person with a heart of gold. He was always there when I needed him. My prayers go out to his family. He will be missed.

  3. Benny was a guy who was full of life and there was never a dull moment.Rest In Peace my Indian Brother.Our prayers are with the family.DAvid Petey Miles

  4. Benny will be missed by all. We will never forget the time we went camping at Yogi Bear Park for the Bike Rally with Benny. Good memories. Sherman Brenda Corbello

  5. Benny you will be missed. As others have said – always full of life! You were a friend to many! First time I met you was at Oscars Downtown – a Dancin fool on the dance floor. RIP Benny!Deb Gilbert McComb,Sr.

  6. I miss Bennie I keep listening toohis long sweet messages!! Amy you're a Special Daughter. He talkedof u often!!!My name is Joann I really was looking forward to meeting u with Bennie man. He made me feel special @ Loved I Miss him SoooMuch A Funny @ Like Friday Morning He woke me up w/ pitcer ofwater !!!!!!!'WE LAUGHED

  7. I think God made one Bennie and broke the mold, Bennie always had a big smile and a even bigger heart. I'll never forget him always calling all of us that worked with him in the rigging and heavy equipment department from Starks and Dequincy area redbones. Keep smiling and swinging that hook on those rigs Bennie!

  8. My condolence to Bennys daughter and rest of family.Benny was the first person I rode with when I came home with my first bike.When we met up during the 20yrs I knew him we always had something to laugh about wheather it was at market basket are just getting gas at the same place are driving down the road see that big smile and hand wave as we pass.Rest in peace brother your in a better place then we are.

  9. My sympathies to Benny's family. We played in the band together and on many occasions, ran the roads together. I remember Benny as a stand-up guy who loved to laugh and clown around. A good guy, taken far too early.

  10. We were friends thru his parents. Rented the little house behind his Dad and Mothers for a few months they treated us like family. When the children would come over they invited us to eat with them. Benny and his brothers would be there and they were such a delight to be around. He will truly be missed. Our prayers are you will be comforted in this hour of distress.


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