Jeff Pierrottie

November 7, 1958 ~ April 15, 2023

Jeffrey “Jeff” Pierrottie, 64, passed away on April 15, 2023, at St. Patrick’s Hospital. Born on November 7, 1958, in Lake Charles, La to Joseph “Joe” and Anita Pierrottie, he grew up in Lake Charles, La then went on to graduate from Sulphur High School in 1977. Jeff went on to work for PPG Industries. He was someone who loved to give back to the community and served as a reserve deputy for Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Department in his younger years, and as a volunteer firefighter, in both Lebleu Settlement and Carlyss, until his health didn’t allow it anymore. Jeff was also a member of the Lake Charles Jaycee’s, where he made many memories and created lifelong friends. While Jeff loved to serve his community, his favorite past time was throwing on a big ole pot of gumbo, or any other good cajun food, and having the family over. If you ever met him, you knew he didn’t meet a stranger, and you too would be invited over to hang out with “The meet and eat crew”. This family man adored his grandchildren with his whole heart, and enjoyed being with them whenever he could. Since retiring came a little early, he picked up computer gaming where over the years he created his own little support community.

Jeff is survived by his daughters: Julie Petry, Amanda Davis and Jenne Crane (Robert); six grandchildren Jase Davis, Lawrence Petry, Taylor Davis, Luke Petry, Roselyn Crane and Brody Crane; Siblings: Alice Sawyer, Joseph “Jiggy” Pierrottie, Jerry Pierrottie (Peggy), Joanna Sonnier and Juanita Hulsey; and a multitude of nieces, nephews and friends who were more like family. Jeff is preceded in death by his parents Joseph and Anita Pierrottie. Brothers in law: Jimmy Sonnier and Marc Hulsey.

Services for Jeff will be on Wednesday, April 19, 2023, at 10 AM at Johnson and Robison Funeral Home in Sulphur.  Burial will be at Mimosa Pines Cemetery in Carlyss.  The family will receive friends on Tuesday, April 18, 2023, from 4-8 PM with a rosary recited at 6:30 PM.  Visitation will resume on Wednesday, April 19, 2023, from 8 AM until the time of service. 

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  1. Praying for Jeff's family. He was a very good man. I enjoyed our talks and his stories about the fire department.

  2. My prayers are with all of his family.. I will miss our chats more then I know how to explain.. you will always be in my heart..

  3. I will miss my cuz. His cooking will be missed. He truly loved his family. He had a beautiful heart. He never met a stranger. He was dedicated. I know he is healed, and happy now. He is in the company of his family that passed before him. My love to all the family.

  4. I was sorry to hear of Jeff's passing. We met online gaming and became fast friends. Jeff was a light among us and a true witness to the character of Jesus yet he would never judge anyone for what they did or said. We used to enjoy chats even when not gaming. I knew he was a family man from the beginning and when we became friends on Facebook I could really see how important his family was to him.
    I will miss the times we chated and played online but I'm thankful he is now with our Lord and no longer suffering.
    Until we a reunited I will just say Jeff is AFK but will be holding down the fort until we join him one day.
    Prayers for the family and friends who will miss him dearly.

  5. Praying for the family. Jeff was such a good cook and would do anything for anybody. I will cherish the memories I have of him.

  6. Praying for your family. I worked with your mom and went to school with your sister GOD BLESS YOU ALL 🙏❤

  7. I’m so sorry to hear of Jeff’s passing.  Juanita, I’m so sorry for your loss.  Sending lots of prayers.

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