It was a good life and we gave thanks to God for it. Born in Shreveport, Louisiana to Ollie J. and Dorothy Aileen Stringer Fountain, Bubba lived his life in Lake Charles. We encourage you to contact the funeral home to verify time and location before attending services or visitation. Chuck was born October 13, 1938 in Simmesport, LA to Burnette and Esla Lemoine. He then accomplished his goal of obtaining his Bachelor of Science and Masters Degree in Occupational Health, Safety, and Fire through Columbia Southern University. Jason and Heather were dedicated members of Krewe of Madness. He was a 1970 graduate of Lake Charles … He and his brother, Adrian (Duke), were real buddies. They experienced life in Japan where his ship, The USS Oklahoma City, was docked during the Vietnam War. Following the service, there will be a private Committal Service in the Columbarium at The Church of the Good Shepherd. All Obituaries - Stevens' Funeral Home offers a variety of funeral services, from traditional funerals to competitively priced cremations, serving Lake Charles, LA and the surrounding communities. A beautiful man left this earth to be with his Maker when my husband, Charles A. Lemoine, passed away on January 24, 2020. Celebrating the Victorious Life of Sergeant Harry J. Odom. And what made them most proud was watching him as a husband and father with a family of his own. Burial will follow the service at New Ritchie Cemetery in Moss Bluff. Express your condolences with flowers sent to Charles' family, Share your thoughts and memories of Charles, St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church. The Episcopal Church was always an active part of their lives. At home, he was Vice-President of the neighborhood HOA and an outspoken patriot who always ensured to early vote. While stationed in New Orleans, he met his future wife, Sara Ohl. By nature, Jason was energetic, kind-hearted, and fun-loving. He was a faithful husband, father, son, brother, grandson, uncle, and friend. In this role his singular mission was the safety of others. This Frenchman enjoyed a time working up north showing the Yankees the Southern ways especially in cooking. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Jason Webb, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store. He maintained an active and disciplined lifestyle to the finish. After leaving the Navy in 1968, Chuck worked in Human Resources for multiple companies. After moving in 1996 to Lake Charles, he worked for Northrop Grumman and was awarded Employee of the Year in 1998. ... Lake Charles, LA 70601 Call us anytime. He was preceded in death by his Grandmothers, Ruth Morman Collins and Georgia Ray Hoffpauir Atkinson; Grandfather, Thomas Clark Webb Sr.; Uncle, Thomas Clark Webb Jr.; & cousins, Shannon Trahan Fontenot & Scotty Webb. While at LSU, he worked in the college’s Agricultural Chicken Testing Department. We also offer funeral pre-planning and carry a wide selection of caskets, vaults, urns and burial containers. The “Lemoine Boys” were hard workers doing farm chores, picking cotton and working on a neighbor’s dairy farm along with pranks they squeezed in. Chuck served as a turret officer and the long guns were featured June 6, 1965 on the cover of Life Magazine. Jason Dale Webb, 30, of Moss Buff, Louisiana, ran into the arms of his loving Savior at sunrise on October 29, 2020. Honor a loved one by planting trees in their memory. From what he learned from Frank Thompson, he made and restored some fine pieces. View Details Johnson & Brown Funeral Home; Tina M. Gribble, November 21, 2020. Along about this time, I came into his life and we were married in January 2002. Chuck is survived by wife, Ellie Sherwood Lemoine, his daughter, Stephanie Lemoine, granddaughter, Kammi Lemoine , her mother, daughter-in-law, Jessica Lemoine Viator and two sisters, Marcia Rodriguez, husband Jay and Marilyn Sirkis, husband Skip. The family wishes to honor his memory by encouraging others to raise awareness about the consequences of impaired driving so that our community might become a safer place for all. Kindred in heart and homeland, the two married on December 27, 2010. Jason Dale Webb, 30, of Moss Buff, Louisiana, ran into the arms of his loving Savior at sunrise on October 29, 2020. Chuck graduated from LSU in 1961. Our life was full of travel, hosting Mardi Gras Parties, participating in US Power Squadron, serving in our churches and generally being blessed by having celebrations and fun with family and friends. The family would like to thank his friend and physician, Dr. Michael Seep and Harbor Hospice for their loving care his last day. His great sense of humor and work ethic were appreciated throughout his life. Jason loved to cook and entertain friends and family on his patio, including new friends he made through clean-up crews from the recent hurricanes. A service to celebrate his life will be held at Johnson Funeral Home of Moss Bluff (2171 N. Hwy 171) on Thursday, November 5, 2020 at noon. He was a faithful husband, father, son, brother, grandson, uncle, and friend. View obituaries and services, get directions and get in touch 24/7.