George E. "Pop" Leubner

April 7, 1945 ~ March 28, 2024

George E. “Pop” Leubner, the oldest of his four siblings, was born to B.E. and Pearl Lyons Leubner, passed away on March 28, 2024. Pop was a loving husband to Cathy Louise “Blocker” Leubner, Dad, Paw-Paw and Great Grandfather.

Pop was born in Lake Charles, La and was a life long resident of Westlake, La. After high school, he worked at the Midway Drive-In as a cook where he quickly became family with his fellow workers and employers. It was while working at the drive-in he received his “All Expense Paid” trip to Vietnam courtesy of Uncle Sam. Pop served his country Proudly in the Army until he was Honorably Discharged after his tour was completed. Upon returning home, he would begin his career with Holnam Cement Co retiring after 30 years. Within the years he was employed with Holnam, Pop also purchased two of Westlake’s “Go To” Carwashes that he and his family managed for many years. After his retirement, he would find himself restless and decided to go to work for Pumpelly Oil Co for another 7 years. After his second retirement, he decided to buy some lawn equipment, get a few yards and spend the remainder of his life cutting grass, which he LOVED to do.

Pop was a True Family, Friends and Outdoors man. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, exploring on his four-wheeler and Family/Friends time. Any road trips he shared with his family, he would point out different locations along the interstate or back roads that he felt would have a lot of deer or squirrels. He was a life-long member of The Westlake Hunting Club in Topsy, La. and could always be found under the pavilion drinking coffee, swapping stories and laughing. He could also be found on many of Louisiana’s public hunting properties accompanied by his sons.

Pop was a Good and Faithful believer in Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. He completed his ACTS retreat in 2014 and was a member of St. Pius X Catholic church in Ragley, La. Pop truly lived and loved his Faith, which could easily be seen by both his attendance in Mass every Sunday to the time he spent at his Grandkid’s and Great Grandkid’s events regardless of time, weather or miles.

Pop is survived by his wife Cathy L. (Blocker) of 51 years, their son Jason (and wife Michelle Leubner), a Daughter-In-Law Misty C. Leubner, brothers Carl (Carolyn) Leubner and Robert (Francis) Leubner, many nieces and nephews, His grandchildren: Destiny (Calab) Authement, Keileigh Leblanc, Emily Leubner and Cameron Leubner. His Great Grandchildren: Makaylee, Annistyn and soon to make her arrival Ella Authement.

Pop was preceded in death by his parents B.E. and Pearl (Lyons) Leubner, his sister Frankie (Leubner) Gwartney and his son Michael N. Leubner.

To sum up this man’s life in an obituary is impossible, but if you ask anyone who knew him, you would receive a memory that is sure to make you smile!!!

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, April 3, 2024 at St. Pius X Catholic Church in Ragley. Reverend Jeffrey Starkovich will officiate. Burial will take place in Westlake Memorial Park Cemetery following the funeral service. Visitation will be held at Johnson Funeral Home of Moss Bluff on Tuesday from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. with a rosary being recited at 6 p.m. Visitation will resume on Wednesday from 8:30 until 9:30 at the funeral home.


Visitation: Tuesday, April 2, 2024
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Johnson Funeral Home of Moss Bluff
2171 North Hwy 171
Lake Charles, LA 70611

Rosary: Tuesday, April 2, 2024
6:00 pm

Johnson Funeral Home of Moss Bluff
2171 North Hwy 171
Lake Charles, LA 70611

Visitation: Wednesday, April 3, 2024
8:30 am - 9:30 am

Johnson Funeral Home of Moss Bluff
2171 North Hwy 171
Lake Charles, LA 70611

Funeral Service: Wednesday, April 3, 2024
10:00 am

St. Pius X Catholic Church
16816 Hwy. 171
Ragley, LA 70657

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  1. Candle 1May the perpetual light shine upon your face and guide you home. Through the mercy of God, rest in peace.

  2. Candle 1Daniel and I are going to miss you so much!! We are so lucky to have had you as a friend and neighbor. Rest in peace! We love you!!

    Daniel and Andrea Mahfouz

  3. I have been so blessed to have known Mr. George, he was a great Customer at Cutters but an even better friend. We will greatly miss his visits, smile and hugs. My heart is broken. Prayers to the family, you have lost a wonderful man.

  4. From the first time I met George you felt like you knew him forever. He always had a smile and lived people. He loved his family and loved to share about his grandkids. He will be missed bat so many. My prayers are with the family and may you keep those memories of him forever in your hearts.

  5. Candle 1Carl and Carolyn are dear friends of mine and through them, I knew George. My deepest condolences to George Leubner’s family for the loss of this special man.

  6. Candle 1George Leubner was a man’s man. A firm handshake, a friendly smile, a kind word and eyes that let you see into his heart. I dearly loved him. George was my friend. I will miss him.

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