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Marian Anne Roberts

May 20, 1932 ~ May 8, 2011

Mrs. Marian Anne Roberts, 78, passed away, Sunday May, 8 2011.


She was born in New Orleans and a resident of Lake Charles since 1955. Mrs. Roberts worked for McNeese State University for 30 years for the Library. She also volunteered at Lake Charles Memorial Hospital.

Mrs. Roberts was a member of St. Martin DePorres Catholic Church where she was an Eucharistic Minister, Ladies Altar Society, Rosary Group, and member of RCIA Team.


She is survived by her son, John Emory "Jack" Roberts and wife Jennifer of Phoenix, AZ; her daughter, Linda Stuart and husband Roy of Friendswood, TX; six grandchildren, Daniel Stuart of League City, Ashley Stuart of Seagrove Beach, FL, Paul Stuart of Washington, DC, Tommy Stuart of Friendswood, TX, Justin Roberts of Phoenix, AZ; three step- grandchildren, Joshua Parks, Dylan Parks, and Holly Lopez; two step great grandchildren, Makayla Lopez and Kaleb Porter all of Phoenix, AZ.


Preceded in death by her grandson, John E. Roberts Jr.; parents, Velma and Emory Hogsed.


Mass of Christian Burial will be held Wednesday, May 11, 2011 at 1:00PM in St. Martin DePorres Catholic Church. Father Keith Pellerin will officiate. Burial will follow in Consolata Cemetery. Visitation will be held Tuesday from 5pm-9pm with a rosary at 6pm. Visitation will continue Wednesday from 8am until time of service.

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  1. I will miss Marian so much. I remember her and Granny fighting like cats and dogs. I bet they are fighting right now too…. I am sorry that I couldn't make it to the services. All my love – Heather

  2. I worked for Children's Miracle Network at CHRISTUS St. Patrick Hospital where she volunteered for a while and she was so funny. I loved working with her. I know she gave communion here at the hospital too and she loved doing that. She has been missed. May God comfort you and Ms. Marian. Jill Breaux

  3. I worked with Ms. Marion in the medical library at Memorial. What a joy she was to be around. I remember how proud she was when she became Catholic. She will always be a very dear memory for me. I am sorry that I did not know about her passing until everything was over. God bless you all. With love and deepest sympathy. Doris

  4. Linda! Deacon Viau relayed your message to me. I am so sorry I missed the obit in the paper! You are so sweet to remember me. I love Marian so much! It was in my early twenties when I started working at the McNeese Library with Marian. She was a hoot! After she retired, I would see her at the voting poles and we'd catch up on things. She was so proud of you, the kids, and all of her family. We could go on for days about her grandchildren my children! I am just sick that I missed seeing you and your family! I want you to know that thinking of your mother always puts a smile on my face. There are so many good times to remember. I am smiling as I write this! She was a joy! I pray that you and your family will find comfort in knowing how much Marian was loved by her friends. God bless you all! Love, Pam


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