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Dolores Faye Dugas

May 6, 1941 ~ July 25, 2011

Dolores Faye Dugas, 70, of Iowa died at 2:00AM Monday, July 25, 2011 at Avoyelles Manor Nursing Home in Dupont, LA.


Ms. Dugas was born in Iowa, Louisiana on May 6, 1941 to the parents of Otis and Inez Landry. Dolores has lived in Dupont, LA for the past few years. She was a 1959 graduate of Iowa High School. Ms. Dugas worked for many years as a nurse's aide. She was of the Baptist faith. She loved her family dearly.


She is survived by two daughters; Ruby Guillory of Houston, TX and Regina Shawn Dugas Dyson of Welsh, LA, one son Chris Dugas of Carlyss, LA, two sisters; Ophelia Owens of St. Louis, MO, and Linda Gail Nelson of LaPort, TX, one brother Otis Landry, Jr. of Lake Charles, 13 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.


Dolores is preceded in death by her parents Inez and Otis Landry Sr. and one son Matthew Scott Dugas.


Her funeral will be held on Wednesday, July 27, 2011 at 2:00 PM from the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Ronnie Estes will officiate. Burial will be in Lacassine Cemetery. Visitation will begin at 4:00 PM until 9:00 PM on Tuesday and will continue on Wednesday at 8:00 AM until the time of services.

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  1. I send the family of Dolores my heartfelt sympathy…I always loved her..I used to take her to church with me back in the early 80's before I moved away from home..She will always be remembered with fond memories of the years we were all growing up in school together in Iowa..Back then we all knew each other..I know she loved the Lord and I thank God for that..It gives me peace and I pray the family has peace as well…She is in Heaven…because of her faith in Christ….

  2. One time I was with Maw Maw in the car and we picked up Aunt Dolores from the store or somewhere. I was sitting in the back seat before she got in the car and her vision wasn't the best at the time. I stayed quiet and she didn't notice me the entire ride back to her house. Once we got there and were unloading the car, I grabbed a plastic bag and the noise scared the crud out of her! We laughed about that for so long! He who has gone, so we but cherish his memory, abides with us, more potent, nay, more present than the living man. ~ Antoine de Saint-ExuperyYou are all in my thoughts.


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