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David Francis Belaire

October 4, 1956 ~ June 3, 2024

David Francis Belaire (born October 4, 1956) died on Monday, June 3, 2024 at the age of 67. A native of Loreauville, he also lived in Houma and New Iberia, LA, as well as Houston, TX. He died while in hospice care in Lake Charles. David was a pipefitter and then became a welding inspector for various oilfield companies in the region, working offshore, along the Louisiana and Texas coast, and parts of Africa, before retiring due to health conditions. He was a sportsman who enjoyed hunting and fishing, as well as raising livestock on his small farm.

He is survived by his children, Allison B. Bonin and her husband Lon Bonin of Moss Bluff, Danielle Belaire of New Iberia, and Bart Belaire and his wife Megan of Lawrence, KS; his siblings, Pauline “Polly” B. Dugas and her husband Randy, Francine “Franie” B. Dugas and her husband Joel, Bernardine “Deanie” Stewart and her husband Barney of Rayne, Sharon Oubre of St. Martinville and Glen Belaire and his wife Dodi of Spring, TX, his former wife, Liz Belaire of Loreaville, his grandchildren, Bailen and Andi Bonin, Carson Gondron, and Isabella Menard.

He was preceded in death by his parents Clevens and Sylvai Belaire.

Services to be announced at a later date.

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  1. My family and me lived in Loreauville for 13 years. We got to know the Belaire family quite well. Our deepest and sincere condolences to the family of David Belaire. David’s father Clevens was quite a great cook. His homemade cracklings were the best you could ever have the opportunity to eat. It was a great opportunity to get to know the Belaire family. May David’s soul rest in peace.

    • Candle 2My family and me lived in Loreauville for 13 years. We got to know the Belaire family quite well. Our deepest and sincere condolences to the family of David Belaire. David’s father Clevens was quite a great cook. His homemade cracklings were the best you could ever have the opportunity to eat. It was a great opportunity to get to know the Belaire family. May David’s soul rest in peace.


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