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Winnie Belle Quibodeaux McCall

December 6, 1928 ~ May 28, 2020

Winnie Belle Quibodeaux McCall, 92, was called to her heavenly home on May 28, 2020. Winnie Belle was born on December 6, 1928 in Crowley, LA to Amelia and Forole Quibodeaux. She lived most of her life in Sulphur, LA.

She is survived by one son, Ron McCall and wife Betty of Lake Charles, and one daughter Shelia Rather of Sulphur; three grandchildren, Ron McCall of Austin, TX, Dax McCall of Lake Charles and Krystal Howard and husband Phillip of Cincinnati, OH; and two great grandchildren, Keelan and Meredith McCall of Lake Charles.

She was preceded in death by her parents, five sisters; two brothers; her son-in-law, Doug Rather, of Sulphur, and the love of her life Dorsey (Bull) McCall, her husband of 52 years.

Due to the circumstances of her passing, a private graveside service will be held for the immediate family.  

We want to say “Thank You” to all those who took care of her during these difficult times. God bless you all. 

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  1. So sorry to hear about Aunt Belle's passing. She lived a full and meaningful life. Praying for y'all.

  2. our love and prayers to my cousins in the passing of my last living aunt. Aunt Belle was always the aunt who never got in a hurry, She would know all the family (McCAll) side was coming to visit and she would tell us as we got there, I'm gonna make a big pot of gumbo, Well, she would wait till everybody got there and it began to get evening and say, Dorsey, I better start this gumbo. It was usually be around 10 pm when we ate, cause like I said she never got in a hurry, but that gumbo was worth waiting for, She had one advantage over the other family members, she was a true Cajun and could make that gumbo dance with flavor. I loved her and Uncle Dorsey as they would let me spend summers with them and treat me like one of their own including spankings when needed. She will be greatly missed by the McCall family and we all know Uncle Dorsey met her at the pearly gate with his dancing shoes on and he waltzed her into heaven to their song, Matilda. love and prayers for all!!!
    LOVE AND PRAYERS TO U RON AND SHEILA!!! LET ME KNOW IF WE CAN DO ANYTHING FOR EITHER OF U!!

    SHELLEY (FAULK) ATWOOD AND ED ATWOOD

  3. So very sorry to hear the news of Aunt Belle’s passing. But I know she will be welcomed into heaven by Uncle Dorsey. They will be dancing in heaven.

  4. Thoughts & Prayers for the Family! We know you are missing Mrs. Winnie! You were all very good neighbors when we lived across the street back in the 1970s!


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