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Winnie Mae Doucet Romain

September 8, 1932 ~ August 27, 2016

Winnie Doucet Romain, 83, of Lake Charles died at 3:00 PM on Saturday, August 27, 2016 in a local care facility.

 

Mrs. Romain was born on September 8, 1932 in Egan, LA and lived in Lake Charles since 1962.  She was a hairdresser at Marie’s Beauty Shop for 22 years.  Mrs. Romain was a past member of St. Margaret Catholic Church and a current member of St. Theodore Catholic Church.

 

She adored her grandchildren and cherished her time spent with them.  Mrs. Romain was often found dancing to Cajun music and will be remembered for her cooking skills.

 

Those left to cherish her memory are a daughter, Sandra Romain Sanders of Lake Charles; a son, Ricky Paul Romain (Leah) of Ragley; three sisters, Shirley Penn, Lois Doucet, and Ormagene Gouthreaux all of Crowley; six grandchildren, Michelle Sanders, James Sanders, Kimberly Sanders Smith (Derrell), Monica Sanders Abshire (Josh), Megan Romain Spears (Logan), and Zachary Romain (Alicia); and eight great grandchildren.

 

She was preceded in death by her parents, Louise and O’Neal Doucet; her husband, James Romain; a son, Stevens Romain; and a sister, Berline.

 

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, August 30, 2016 in the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel.  Burial will follow in Prien Memorial Park Cemetery.  Visitation will begin on Monday from 4:00 PM until 9:00 PM with a rosary being recited at 6:30 PM.  Visitation will continue on Tuesday from 8:00 AM until the start of the service.

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  1. MOM, I AM GOING TO MISS YOU. YOU WILL IN MY HEART FOREVER.TO MY FAMILY, I KNOW YOU ARE SAD. TRY TO BE GLAD THAT SHE IS NOT SUFFERING ANYMORE.CHERISH YOUR MEMORIES.

  2. Bro. Rick, Words are really futile at a time of great loss. Your heart aches and wishes for relief from the deep, throbbing hurt inside. God is the only one who can speak peace and then let it settle over you like a warm blanket. All we can do is show our love and support as you walk down Sorrows Lane. Your mother truly was beautiful, even in her later years. The few times I spoke to her she was always kind and displayed that beautiful smile. Neal and I will certainly keep you in our prayers.

  3. Obviously a beautiful women, but your beauty was so much deeper than what is seen with the eye. It was felt when I was in your presence. It was your spirit that was the real beauty. Always an encouragement when I needed just that. Always a giver to your family, but also to the needy. Selfless, kind,caring and my mother. Today I am an orphan with your passing. But I will press on in the faith and the hope of seeing you again when the crossing of muddy Jordan calls me home. To a land where the spirits of just men are made perfect. I will greatly miss you until then. Your "Big Baby" Rick


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