Chester "Chet" Barrilleaux

October 17, 1955 ~ June 17, 2016

Chester “Chet” Barrilleaux, 60, passed away June 17, 2016 in the comfort of his home surrounded by his family after a brief battle with cancer.  He took his final ride Friday night.  He traded his Harley wings for his Heavenly wings. 

Chet retired from Targa Resources as a pipeline technician after 27 years.  His passion was riding his Harley whom he called Black Beauty with his Harley brothers.  Chet loved to go to car shows with his 1965 Chevy pickup truck.  Chet will be remembered as a loving son, dad, brother, poppy to his grandchildren and companion “Angel”, Catherine Cooper. 

Chet is survived by his father, Melvin; his children, Tiffany Meador, Dustin and Hunter Barrilleaux; his sister, Rhonda Hood; his brother, David Barrilleaux and companion, Bridgit Alexander; his son in law, Cody Meador; 3 grandchildren, Brylee, Brody and Brynn; his sister in law, Lynn Barrilleaux; mother of his children, Missy Duhon; mother in law, Jewell Duhon and numerous nieces and nephews.  Chet was preceded in death by his mother, Clara Barrilleaux; two brothers, Jerry and Randall Barrilleaux and his father in law, Billy Duhon. 

Services for Chet will be held on Monday, June 20, 2016 at 2 PM at Johnson and Robison Funeral Home with Pastor Tony Bourque officiating.  Burial will follow at Mimosa Pine North.  The family will receive friends on Sunday, June 19, 2016 from 5-9 pm and will resume on Monday from 9 am until the time of service. 

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  1. Barrilleaux Family, Melva and I are sadden to hear of Chester's passing. I got to work with Chester for 14 years and really thought a lot of him. I retired 2 years ago and I am looking at the e-mail he sent me wishing me a happy retirement. At the end he wrote PS Them Big Hands and Shoes never scared me! Chester had a great personality. Pat & Melva

  2. Grace and peace to you Parrain. I love you. I look forward to seeing Chet, Nanny, Randy, and Jerry I heaven.

  3. My thoughts and prayers are with Chet, his family and everyone who loved him! I know there are many!

  4. BARRILLEAUX Family, Please accept my deepest condolences. Life bring smile, tears and memories. Someday the tears will dry, and the smiles will fade, but the memories will live on forever. When we lose a loved one they become a memory, then the memory becomes a treasure. Hold on to those treasures of your loved one, they will help your family and friends, today and always. ( Isaiah 41:10 )

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