Captain Wayne K. DeVall, Sr.

January 28, 1948 ~ May 26, 2011

Captain Wayne K. DeVall Sr., 63, passed away Thursday, May 26, 2011 in his residence. He was a native and a resident of Lake Charles.

Mr. DeVall was a Navy Veteran with two tours in Vietnam and one tour in Korea. He worked as a Boat Captain, Carpenter, and a Truck Driver with Acme Trucking.

He is survived by his wife of 10 years, Brenda K. DeVall; three children, Cindie Marie DeVall and fiance', Bill Klein, Ginnie Lynn Shoemake of Lake Charles, Wayne Kelly DeVall Jr. of Kinder; three step-children, Tony Guillory and wife Lorette of Lake Charles, Paul LeBleu of Lake Charles, Scott LeBleu and wife Brandi of Moss Bluff; step father, Clifford Tittle; sister, Gayle LeJeune and husband Arnold of Moss Bluff; brother of love, Greg DeVall; 12 grandchildren, 1 great granddaughter, 5 nieces, and 2 nephews.

He is preceded in death by his father, Simmie DeVall; mother, Beulah Tittle; two sisters, Luanne Laverne and Belinda DeVall.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2PM in Johnson Funeral Home. Burial with Military Honors will follow in Pujol Cemetery. Visitation will be held Tuesday from 10AM until time of service.

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  1. Cindy,Jennie,Kelly and Aunt Kay, I guess you can say I was one of the lucky ones. I got to grow up knowing him as DAD. I have alot of great memories w/ him and I will always cherish them. May God Bless You All and We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers. W.C. and Dawn Beard II

  2. Kay you have my deepest condolences and regrets for your sorrow at this time. You and Wayne had a great love and I know he will be greatly missed. Remember you have my love and thoughts with you at this time. Wish I could be there. All my love. LAURA

  3. Mr. Wayne was a great friend and neighbor. I regret that life moves so fast that it left little time to visit over the last few years. My favorite memories of him include the bon fires on the pipeline and the fireworks we used to shoot off for the kids. The parties he used to through were really fun and always drew a crowd. He will be missed. Our prayers are with your family now during this time of loss.

  4. Please excuse the multiple entries, hopefully I will get this in correctly. Wayne was my cousin, and I was saddened to hear of his passing. Wayne had one of those personalities that you could not help but be drawn to. I cannot imagine him any other way in his life. I have not seen him in over 40 years. My deepest sympathies are extended to you and your family. I wish I could have known you, but suffice it to say, if he fell in love with you, you have to be an amazing person. MY prayers are with you during your time of sorrow.

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