Allison "Al" LeDoux, Sr.

February 17, 1951 ~ June 6, 2021

Allison Dale ‘Al’ LeDoux, 70, passed away on Monday, June 6, 2021 in a Lafayette Hospital.

Al was an independent truck owner/operator and drove his 18-wheeler cross country for over 46 years. His “retirement” job was driving dump trucks for a local company.  He loved fishing and watching old westerns. Al was known to cook up some wonderful meals on his pit. He will be remembered for his smile and big hugs, his love of making others laugh, and his great love for his family and friends.

Left to cherish is memory are his wife of 50 years, Deborah “Debbie” LeDoux; children, Dale Ledoux and wife, Jackie, of MN, Angie Miller and husband, Derrick, of  Church Point, LA; and Heaven Nicole LeDoux of Sulphur; twelve grandchildren, Monique, Ambur, Ashley, Leslee, Kassidy, Micah, Alyssa, Jasmine, Elizabeth, Nicole Cheyenne, and Arin; eleven great-grandchildren, Morgan, Jennah, Ava, Grayson, Logan, Lorenzo, Leeanna, Marcella, Aydan, Journee and Lilith; two brothers, Dudley LeDoux of Guam and Brian LeDoux of Sulphur; chosen sister, Sabrina Graham; and numerous nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Alton and Murrell LeDoux.

Funeral services will be held at 3pm, Saturday, June 12, 2021 in Johnson and Robison Funeral Home of Sulphur. Rev. Russell Beard and Pastor Josh Carrier will officiate.  Visitation will be 10am – 3pm on Saturday.

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  1. I love you so much uncle Al. You were so kind and sweet to me and my family. You will be dearly missed and thought of daily.
    Now you and Fred can drive your trucks all over Heaven!!!

  2. So sorry to hear of Al's passing. We team drove across the country for many years together while we worked for Grace and shared many memories. My condolences to Debbie and the family. We are unable to attend his services due to vacation plans, but know that his memory holds a special place in me. Prayers to all…Darrell Adams

  3. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you, lots of love to y’all. May God give each one of you peace and understanding thru this time and I pray God wraps his loving arms around each one of you for comfort … He was an honorary Uncle to me growing up, he and Aunt Debbie took all us kids as there own… He loved us and we loved him he loved to make us all laugh we had lots of fun with them… May he and my Dad go play jokes on each other now May he RIP … 

  4. Mr Al was a man who deserved all the respect he was a great man one that I looked up too as a mentor and as a big older brother he taught me alot about love and life You will forever be in my heart I love you Papa Al R.I.P

  5. I was logging on to the site looking for another obit whrn I seen Al. My deepest sympathy to the family. Al was such a joyful man. I remember meeting him at Tinkers (I was her hospice aide). Al and Debbie would come have coffee, almost daily! Friends like that don't come along often. Such a nice guy. My prayers go out to you all.

  6. Debbie, this was such a shock, I found this by accident…I'm so very sorry, Al has always been a wonderful person, I love you both dearly…. I'm going to miss him.

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