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Paul Anthony Lavergne

April 28, 1959 ~ September 2, 2019

Paul Anthony Lavergne, 60, of Sulphur, LA passed away September 2, 2019 surrounded by his loving family. Paul was born in Shreveport, LA to Mary and Lawrence Lavergne on April 28, 1959. He enjoyed playing various sports and enjoyed being around his family and friends and family crawfish boils. He was a 1978 Sulphur High School Graduate.

He is survived by three children, Caycie Leigh Lavergne and fiancée Rudy Kersten, T- Paul Lavergne II, and Emily Lavergne; one sister, Charlene Lavergne and family.  He is preceded in death by his parents.

Cremation has been entrusted to Johnson and Robison Funeral Home.

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  1. The past few days have been surreal. I have no idea how to live without you. We were laughing, cutting up, and talking one minute, and then you were gone. You will never leave my heart, and I will love and miss you forever. I have more memories of us than I can remember, and I wiil cherish them always. I hear you all over this house and hear us cutting up. We were always making each other laugh, and I will miss us trenendously. I love you, little brother, always and forever.

  2. Had good times with Paul and his friend Larry hanging out at The Keg and

    Cowboys. So very sorry for your loss, he was a good guy and friend.

  3. R.I.P. Tony. I am happy to acknowledge that you are no longer in pain and are once again reunited with your Mom & Dad that raised you to be the wonderful man you had become.

  4. I will love and miss you always, lil brothet. You were always my best bud, my partner in crime, and my laughter. I do not know how to live without you, but, of all the time we've spent 24/7 together, the past 4 months were a treasure. I am so grateful you were here with us. My baby brother, I am so blessed to have you in my life. I know you are with mom and dad, and I know that reunion was awesome. Keep flying high, dear brother.

  5. Paul was a wonderful and caring person.  I graduated with him and was proud to have him as a friend.  He will be missed 

  6. We all loved Paul. We would hang out at the Keg and Cowboys, and he would always,

    made sure we made it safe to our cars and could drive. Him and his friend Larry

    was always fun to hang with. I'm so sorry for your loss, he will be missed

  7. We had some good times in this lifetime. Brother there is no more suffering, you have earned your wings. You are probably kicking your heels up with Mom and Pop 🙂 I will miss you brother. Charlene, T-Paul, Casey and Emily I love you all and hurt with you on your loss. My prayers are with you all. R.I.P. Brother

  8. We had the best of times. Brother no more suffering, you have earned your wings. I know you are kicking up your heels with Mom and Pop. I will miss you brother. Charlene, T-Paul Casey and Emily I love you all so much and my heart hurts with you. you are in my prayers.

  9. I am very glad I got to see you last year, even if you didn’t know I was there. I am glad you are no longer in pain. 

    Sometimes forgiveness is accepting the apology you never receive. 
    ❤️🙏🏻 May you Rest In Peace.


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