Paul Doucet

June 11, 1965 ~ June 14, 2020

Paul Ledel Doucet, D.V.M., 55, of Carlyss passed away Sunday, June 14, 2020 at his residence.

He was employed for 27 years at Westlake Chemical, currently working as a process plant operator.  Paul graduated valedictorian from the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine and was licensed in both Louisiana and Texas.  He loved his family, being outdoors and enjoyed roping, working cattle, bailing hay, and anything to do with horses and cattle. 

Left to cherish his memory are his wife of 34 years, Angela Doucet of Carlyss; two children, Luke Doucet and wife Laurynn of Carlyss and Adele Doucet and fiancé, Stephen Box. One granddaughter, Landry Doucet; brother, Nick Doucet and wife Beth of Sulphur; nieces, Rachel Kyle  and Courtney Cornwell; and his parents, John Martin Doucet and Mary Wyline Doucet of Carlyss.

 Funeral Service will be held 11 am, Thursday, June 18, 2020 in Johnson and Robison Funeral Home of Sulphur. Father Luke Krzanowski, M.S.  will officiate.  Visitation will be held at the funeral home 4-8pm, Wednesday with a Recitation of the Rosary at 6:30pm and will resume 9:30am Thursday until time of service at 11am.   Words of comfort and memories may be shared with the family at

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  1. John and  Wyline, I am so saddened to hear about Paul’s passing. I just loved him when I taught him in fourth grade. It was a pleasure teaching him and watching him grow up. My heart goes out to you and to his wife and children and granddaughter, as well as other family members. My prayers are with you all. Barbara LaBove

  2. To John, Adele, Luke,and Angela, you have our deepest sympathy for your lost. There are no words so I will not  waste them, you are all in our prayers to find peace for this tragedy. Paul was solid in my eyes. Sincerely Jerome, Kathryn and Addi LeBlanc 

  3. I'm sorry to learn of Paul's passing. I remember Paul as a great student, whose well-rounded personality caused him to be liked by everyone. My thoughts and prayers are with his parents, his wife, his children, and other family members.

  4. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time. The entire LSU-SVM Class of 90 loved and looked up to Paul. We enjoyed his company and friendship. He was brilliant and nice. We are all better for having had him in our lives. 
    Rest in Piece, Paul

  5. So sorry to hear of Paul's passing. So many fond memories from veterinary school. Angela, prayers to you and the entire family.

  6. John, Wyline, Angela, Luke, and Adle, we are so sorry for you loss. We will be praying that God comfort you all during this hard time. I worked with Paul for 18 yrs at WP. He was a good man and a good friend. We will miss him dearly.

  7. My memory of Paul also goes back to teaching him. We had a long discussion in the back of the Histology Laboratory. He had radial keratotomy and it was one of the earliest.  He loved learning. I would see him ear the LVMA meetings and he was always so kind to me. 

    Rest In Peace. 

  8. Angela,

    I just heard about the lost of your husband…unfortually, I know this pain all too well.  The pain of losing the 'loves of our lives' is so deep are raw.  Give your grief and your loss to God Almighty…there will be nothing anyone can say or do that will make the pain go away.  People will try and tell you how you should be doing …….but…Take one day at a time and sometimes, one hour at a time.  So so sorry.

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