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William Billy David Monk

September 3, 1953 ~ December 13, 2011

William David Monk, 58, passed away Tuesday, December 13, 2011. He was a native and resident of Lake Charles.


"Billy" was devoted to his mother and helping his friends. He was an Army veteran and worked construction most of his life. He also enjoyed fishing.


He is survived by his mother, Gladys Monk of Lake Charles; two sisters, Catherine Monk Nunez and Susan Monk Connor both of Ragley; two nephews, Nigel Pierrottie of Westlake and Parker Connor of Lake Charles; one niece, Laura Nunez of Ragley.


He is preceded in death by his father, Billy J. Monk.


A memorial service will be held Saturday, December 17, 2011 at 2PM at Johnson Funeral Home. Brother Wayne Dartez will officiate. Visitation will begin Saturday from 1PM until time of service. Cremation is entrusted to Johnson Funeral Home.

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  1. Billy was a true friend, I will miss him greatly. He made me laugh, he was a great listener, and he would do anything to help a person. My deepest condolences to your family.

  2. I am so sorry to see Billy has passed away. He was my friend in High School, but we had lost touch. Billy was a very nice guy. My thoughts and prayers are with Susan, Cathy and family. May he rest in peace.

  3. I'm so sorry to learn of Billy's death. I went to high school with Billy, and I remember him as a quiet, sweet guy. My sympathy prayers are with his family.

  4. It is never a good time to loss a loved one more so around the holidays.So my wish for you is to remember the good times you and Billy had though out his life.My condolence and prayers are with you.God's Blessings be with you and your faimly.

  5. Kathy and Susan, I am so sorry for your loss. Billy and I go back to the Pearl Watson days where I Billy when I moved to LC from Moss Bluff. We were on the track team together and would hang out a lot at practice. He will be missed and in my prayers.

  6. MY CONDOLENCES TO THE ENTIRE MONK FAMILY ESPECIALLY SUSAN REMEMBER YALL FROM THE DAYS I LIVED ON SIXTH ST IN THE LATE 70'S MAY HE REST IN PEACE

  7. Seems so long ago and yet somehow just yesterday that Billy I were playing baseball at the park or basketball in his back yard. A lot of memories of Billy come to mind in those days; Bordens, Lock Park, Baseball. My deepest sympathies to his mother, Cathy, and Susan. John Teer

  8. So sorry to hear about Billy – super nice guy. He and I were penpals for a while. Cathy, Susan and family you are all in my prayers. He will be with Laura now. Love to you all.Angela

  9. I was stationed with Billy in the Army in Germany in the middle 1970s. He could start the day with a starched uniform and it would surely be drooping by 10 AM. He was very cool and laid back. He kinda opened my eyes to life in the deep south. He was a good man that generally was able to get along with everybody, he was well liked.


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