Shirley Ann LeJeune

June 8, 1953 ~ June 6, 2020

 Shirley Ann LeJeune, 66, of Sulphur, died at 11:13 PM, Saturday, June 6, 2020 in a local hospital.

She was born in Lake Charles and was a lifelong resident of Sulphur. Ms. LeJeune was a graduate of Sulphur High School and worked as a Plant Operator for PPG many years and also worked as a secretary for the Calcasieu Parish School Board.

She is survived by her brother, Larry J. LeJeune and wife Wanda; nephew, William Chad LeJeune and wife Chauntelle, and niece, Ashley Pharris, and husband Keith all of Sulphur, LA and eight great nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents, Joseph Russell LeJeune and Thelma Elizabeth Mott LeJeune.

A gathering will be from 4:00 PM until 6:00 PM at Johnson and Robison Funeral Home and a Rosary will be recited at 6:00 PM, Tuesday, June 9, 2020. Interment will be at a later date in Royer Cemetery in Sulphur. Her Cremation was under the direction of Johnson and Robison Funeral Home. Words of comfort may be expressed to the family at

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  1. Aww, So sorry,  thoughts and prayers for you Larry. Last  year I saw her at nursing home in hallway and called her name, she stopped in hall and looked at me. I told her who I was and talked Lil while and told her I would come back and visit, she wrote her room # down and showed me.  I went at Christmas time brought her a Lil something and left her a note. She wasn’t there, some type of therapy she would go to somewhere else. Another time my sister Shirley snd  I went and again she wasn’t there but left a note. Didn’t get to see her but that one time. Hoping she received the notes and knew I was thinking of her. 

  2. My deepest sympathy to Shirley's family and friends. We went to SHS together, and I always liked her. She was a good combination of sweet and strong. I'm so very sorry that she had to leave us but am sure she's in a great place now.

  3. I have sweet memories of Shirley.  After we graduated at SHS, she would come pick me up and we’d go to rodeos together.  Our friend Pennie was a pole bender and it was fun to watch her compete.  Shirley had a brand new green Gran Torino and we had a good time.  Later she lived in a house not far from me.  I used to see her on my afternoon walks.  I’m so sorry to hear that she passed, prayers of comfort for her family.

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