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|Arlene Marie Veillon
One husband, three kids, and work. Boy, what a life! Rickey and I celebrated our 18th anniversary. I have a son Richard graduating this year from South Cameron High. Andrea, my daughter, is twelve and Mark is eleven.
I've been working at South Cameron Memorial Hospital as a Radiographer for 13 years. See you guys in June.
Route 2 Box 72B
Last updated from 20th Reunion
Arlene Marie Veillon Miller
God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference.
Arlene Veillon Miller, 55, a long time resident of Creole passed away Tuesday, March 25, 2008 in a local hospital after a lengthy battle with Leukemia.
A native of Lake Charles, she
was a graduate of LaGrange High School
Survivors include her husband,
Richard "Rickey" Miller, Sr.
She was preceded in death by her parents Harry and Vernie Benoit Veillon and brother, Wayne Keith Veillon
Funeral services will be at 10
am, Friday, March 28, 2008 from Christ the King Catholic Church under
direction of Johnson Funeral Home
Pallbearers will be Buddy Miller, Clint Miller, James Sargent, David Sargent, Jeff Johnson and Tim Veillon.
Condolences may be given at www.johnsonfuneralhome.net
We will love you now and forever. Rest in peace.
Best regards to you Arlene (and the ones left to remember), from the LaGrange Gator class of 1970...we too feel the loss...
Hope this serves as yet another reminder that we need to quit complaining, thank the powers that be for getting another chance, make the most of and pass on a smile today............
|Mrs. Arlene will be greatly missed. I at many times felt like I was one of her own kids. She had a heart of gold, and did more for others than she did for herself. We had some good times at work. I am going to miss the stories, jokes, lessons on life, good food, and most importantly the good company. Arlene had the best outlook on life. She taught me that you cannot allow bad situations get you down. Arlene was able to take the negative things in life, and make them into something positive. Every night that I work, I find me doing little things that Arlene would do. I used to pick at her just to see if I could break her from the routine that she did everyday at work. Of course I could not do that, but I find myself now doing the same little things that she did. I am blessed to have been able to know and love such a special person like Arlene. Your Friend and Co-worker, Todd L. Granger|
|Harry & Dot, We are so sorry to hear about Arlene. May God hold all the family close to Him and grant each of you comfort through the days ahead. Keeping all of you in our prayers. Our sincere sympathies, Joe & Betty|
|I am so sorry for your loss. I had no idea she was even sick. I was always at Memorial with my Mom & Dad. She took many x-rays of my mother and was always so kind. May God be with you at this time. She will greatly be missed. My prayers are with you all at this time. God Bless, Rita|
RICHARD, RICHIE, ANDREA, AND MARK I'M SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT THE LOSS OF
SUCH A GREAT PERSON, GOD HAS A VERY GOOD PERSON WITH HIM IN HEAVEN. SHE
WILL BE GREATLY MISSED.
-A friend of the family-
|Arlene was a person that would always make you feel better after talking to her. She always had a wonderful smile and cheerful attitude. She will be missed. Charles and Jan|
|Mrs. Arlene was very sweet and giving. She and Ricky always made us feel welcome in there home. She will be missed greatly. Jaime, Kerrie, Sarah, & John Miller|
|Arlene was very close to me. She and Ricky always took very good care of me. When we were living in Creole She would make sure I got to my doctor's visits and that I had everything I needed. I am going to miss her very much. Annie|
|I was so sorry to hear of Ms. Arlene's passing. God took one more Angel home. I know that Ms. Arlene was always there to listen to me when I needed someone to listen. We spent a lot of time in x-ray at SCMH talking about all kinds of things. She never had a bad day, never had bad things to say and never, ever met a stranger. She will be missed by all and never forgotten. I will keep you all in my prayers and God Bless. Amy|
|In memory of Arlene I have placed a tribute at our LGHS-70 class website. It will be there and available for viewing as long as our website exists (hopefully many more years). It can be found at http://www.lagrange70.com and will be under "In Memoriam" or through the BIO pages. May you rest in peace and know that we will miss you. LGHS Class 1970|