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Mark Anthony Arceneaux

October 8, 1959 ~ July 17, 2011

Mark Anthony Arceneaux, 51, of Lake Charles, LA died at 9:27 AM on Sunday, July 17, 2011 in his residence.


Mr. Arceneaux was born October 8, 1959 in Jennings, LA and lived most of his life in the Sweetlake / Lake Charles areas.


Mr. Arceneaux is survived by his longtime companion, Darlene Denton; sons, Nicolas and Jesse Arceneaux, all of Lake Charles; mother, Ruby Monceaux Arceneaux; brother, Thomas Arceneaux and wife Aimee, all of Sweetlake, LA; and numerous nieces, nephews, and other family members.


He was preceded in death by his father, Perrin Arceneaux.


His memorial service will be at 1:00 PM on Wednesday, July 20, 2011 at the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel. Reverend Andrew Martin will officiate. Visitation will be the funeral home on Wednesday from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

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  1. Darlene our prayers and our condolence to you and all the Arceneaux family,my son David thought the world of Mark.

  2. I was extremely saddened upon learning that Mark had passed away. I cannot remember a time when he was not laughing or smiling. Mark was a joy to be around. I pray God will strengthen you all during this time of loss. Pete Young

  3. I went to the same school and was in the 1977graduation class of Grand Lake High together. I'm so sorry about Mark's passing and may God give comfort to his family. I won't beable to make the services, but will keep Mark's family in my prayers. Mark may rest in peace.

  4. Mrs. Ruby and Tommy: So sorry I cannot be there. We are in Alabama right in the middle of vacation. My heart aches for your loss. It's hard when it hits close to home and we can't be there. We all grew up together. He will continue to live in our memories. I will keep you in my prayers. Love – Shari

  5. TO THE ARCENEAUX FAMILY, I AM VERY SADDENED FOR YOUR LOSS. WE WILL KEEP YOUR FAMILY IN OUR PRAYERS AND THROUGHS YOUR TIME OF NEED. I HAD SOME FUN TIMES WITH MARK THROUGHOUT OUR YOUNGER YEARS. LIKE THE TIME HIS 3-WHEELER CAUGHT ON FIRE WHILE WE WENT MUD RIDING IN AN OLD RICE FEILD. ME A.J. TRIED SPRAYING IT WITH MUD WITH OUR MOTORCYCLES, BUT STILL COULDN'T PUT IT OUT, SO WE HAD TO JUST SIT THERE UNTIL THE FIRE FINALLY WENT OUT. THOSE WERE THE GOOD OLE DAYS. I WON'T BE ABLE TO GO TO THE SERVICE, BUT WILL KEEP YOU IN MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS. OUR SINCERE CONDOLENCES FROM W.C. BEARD II FAMILY.

  6. Well Pops, been 4 years now and I still think about you every time I look at my two sons. I miss you. We had our differences, but I still miss you.


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