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Donald "Punkin" Ancelet

August 18, 1964 ~ November 19, 2019

Donald “Punkin” Ancelet, 55, passed away in the comfort of his home with his sons by his side.  Punkin did tile and mason work most of his life.  He worked for SPAR for 16 years and was an umpire for 36 years. 

Punkin is survived by his sons, Sean Ancelet and wife Tara of Sulphur, Cody Ancelet of Lake Charles, Jordan Ancelet of Sulphur and Jaron Ancelet of Sulphur; his grandchildren, Sean Ancelet, II, Blaze Ancelet and Corbin Ancelet; and his sister, Donna Ancelet Lyons.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Calvin and Laura Ancelet; two brothers, James and Brett; and one sister, Dana. 

Services for Punkin will be held on Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at 10 AM at Johnson and Robison Funeral Home.  Burial will follow at Big Woods Cemetery in Edgerly.  The family will receive friends on Monday, November 25, 2019 from 5-9 PM and resume on Tuesday from 8 AM until the time of service.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the family.

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  1. Had fun when I called with Donald .Remember when we had a tough game r stinker games ,he made it fun ,always made me laugh on and off the field ,cherish the memories God Bless rest easy know u r with our Savior

  2. You touched more lives than you even knew.  Your smile brought us together on my birthday and we became fast friends.  That’s the vibe you gave off, the light you spread.  I’m so thrilled that I was able to add a little extra adventure into your world and you were willing to go along for the ride.  I wish we still had that opportunity we talked about to meet in the middle and play some bingo, even just once more.  I love you, Donald.

  3. You touched more lives than you even knew.  Your smile brought us together on my birthday and we became fast friends.  That’s the vibe you gave off, the light you spread.  I’m so thrilled that I was able to add a little extra adventure into your world and you were willing to go along for the ride.  I wish we still had that opportunity we talked about to meet in the middle and play some bingo, even just once more.  I love you, Donald.

  4. Sean, Tara and extended family, our love and prayers are with you as you move through this journey. So very sorry for your loss.

  5. Please except my deepest condolences on his passing! He was always a great (non blood) big brother to me, he will be truly missed..!

  6. R.I.H. Punkin❤ Youre was and always will be a beautifully Handsome soul! Ive wished so many times we would be closer in age from each other. My heart ripped out of my body from such sad forces when I found out you passed on my 32nd birthday! Now i sit here thinking of you and looking at it i know no ones body can live forever and coming to terms with that makes my birthdate so much more special than I could have even thought of that date. ❤ you! and the compatibility we had was rare for this day and age! Till we meet again dear… watch over and protect that beautiful family of yours! All of us now have another reason to have less fear when its our time!!!

  7. I am So sad to read punkin’s obituary. He always had a big smile on his face when he walked down the halls of w. w.  Lewis. I had no idea he had been so sick. I was so glad to see him umpiring when my grandchildren played ball. I knew the game would be played fair and square for both teams. Good night, Mr. Ancelet. You more than deserve your place in heaven. 

  8. Being in the umpire Brotherhood with you, was a great time. God needed someone to keep the strike zone right, you will be missed, to your family may God bless and keep you, it was a pleasure to call him my friend


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