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Stacy Marie Breaux

December 8, 1973 ~ February 6, 2011

God opened his arms and lifted Stacy through the gates of Heaven, Sunday, February 6, 2011 from a local hospital.


Stacy was born December 8, 1973 in Lake Charles. She lived most of her life in Lake Charles and graduated from Calcasieu Parish PM School and attended McNeese State University. Stacy worked for a period of time as a communications operator at McNeese.


She is survived by her son, Shayne Donavon Gibson; mother, Rose Breaux; father, Davis Daniel Breaux and wife Sharon; brother, Jason Breaux; sister, Bethany Breaux, and brother, Keenan Breaux. She is also survived by her God sister, Danette Williams McManus.


Her funeral will be at 2:00 PM, Tuesday, February 8, 2011 in the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel. Reverend Arvin Harrell will officiate. Visitation will be from 11:00 AM until 2:00 PM in the funeral home.

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  1. At the office we were thinking about Stacy just 2 weeks ago, wondering how she was doing? Stacy had a good heart and was always pleasant to be around. She will surely be missed. May God find a room for you in his house of many rooms. Stacy we loved you.

  2. I am very sorry for your loss .I tried to get in touch with her but could not kiss her son for me.I wish i would have known about the service.

  3. I just found out stacy died I am so sorry. I wish I would have known so I could have came to the funeral. So sorry for the loss.

  4. I was Stacy's childhood babysitter I will always remember her beautiful smile and beautiful hair. I will always love her and she will always be a part of my heart, now she can walk and run with the angels and she will never have pain.

  5. I've known Stacy my whole life. We went to Elementary through some College together. I feel privileged to have known her. She was always so courageous in all she did. Stacy was my hero although she didn't know it. I admired her strength and will to survive in this unfair world. I will will always remember her for the times we shared gossiping about boys, and our crushes. How when in Elementary her , Chastity, and I, dressed up in pink jackets and called ourselves the pink ladies of P.W. Stacy was one of a kind. I loved her sense of humor, and the way she would joke. She is and was an amazing woman!

  6. Stacy, I have so many great memories of us when we were kids. I remember when we acted like we were members of the pink ladies b/c Grease 2 was the big movie at that time. I'm so sorry that we have lost touch through the years. Today taught me that I need to make more time for friends and family. I'll always love you Stacy and we will forever be blood sisters. Love You Always Honey!Michele Averitt Reed

  7. Broken-hearted, after years of trying to figure out where you dissapeared to I ended up here. Missed you like crazy and had hoped to reconnect. I'm sorry our paths took us so far apart and I hope to see you again one day! Fly high Stace..love and hugs. Until we meet again 🙂


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