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Billy Wayne Stark II

January 22, 1956 ~ December 16, 2011

Billy Wayne Stark II, 55, of Sulphur, passed away on Friday, December 16, 2011 in Lake Charles, Louisiana. He was a native and life-long resident of Sulphur. He was a graduate of Sulphur High School. He worked as a carpenter through Carpenters Local 953, where he also served as president. He was a member of Henning United Methodist Church. Billy is survived by his wife, Peggy Stark of Sulphur; son, Justin Stark of Lake Charles; daughters: Jamie Stark of Lake Charles, Alison Pomes of Sulphur, Melinda Coll of Baton Rouge, and Kesha Deslatte of Sulphur; sisters: Becky Haraminac and husband Joe of Sulphur and Janet Sonnier and husband Jimmy of DeRidder; 13 grandchildren, and a host of friends. He was preceded in death by his parents: Billy and Phyllis Stark; and brother, David Stark. A private service will be held at a later date.

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  1. sorry for your loss billy and i went to school together SHS 74. we also worked const. together he was my friend and could always make you laugh billy u will be missed ~RIP ~ James Adams

  2. Peggy my deepest sympathy and prayers are with you and your family. May God bless you and keep you in the comfort of his arms.

  3. my heart goes out to u peggy. i met u both on a few occassions cuz i lived next to kesha on broussard road off henning dr. again so sorry i didnt even know he was even sick. i saw kesha saying prayers to yall but nothing this serious/ we love yall ronnie and myself god be with ya bless u

  4. My condolences and sympathy to you and Billy's family. So sorry to hear of this death. He has touched so many people during his life here on this earth in a postive way. Now, he is in a better place where he is no longer suffering. May God bless you and Billy's family in this season of time. The Riner family


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