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Cynthia Chaumont Stancik

Cynthia “Cindy” Marie Chaumont-Stancik, 56, of Edna, Texas, died on Thursday, Jan. 8, 2009, of a sudden illness. She was born in Lake Charles on Aug. 8, 1952, to Enola Lee Chaumont and the late Paul Clayton Chaumont, both of Lake Charles.  She was a homemaker, great cook, beloved wife, daughter, mother, sister, grandmother, and friend.

    Mrs. Stancik is survived by her husband of 20 years, Kevin G. Stancik; mother, Enola Lee Chaumont and companion Geno Thibodeaux of Lake Charles; children, Brandy Brooks of Baytown, Texas, Roy Brooks II of Aixen-Provence, France, Courtney Stancik and Ricky Zack of Edna, Texas, Corey Brooks and wife Heather of Inez, Texas, Brooke Moore and husband Pat of Ganado, Texas, and Kendra Strauss and husband Nick of Ganado; grandchildren, Jordan Zack, Brayden Tipton and Cayden Tipton, all of Edna, and Ashton Strauss and Gracie Moore, both of Ganado; sisters, Jenny “Jen” Manuel and husband Walter of Lake Charles, Paula Reed and husband Paul of Sulphur, Faye Comeaux and husband Joe of Lake Charles and Dana Collins and Kevin Collins, both of Lake Charles; brother, Scott Chaumont of Lake Charles; mother-in-law, Frances Stancik of Ganado; numerous nieces and nephews; and her beloved dog, Sassy.

    She was preceded in death by her father, Paul Clayton Chaumont of Lake Charles, and father-in-law, Alvin “Pop” Stancik of Ganado, Texas.

    Her memorial service was at 10 a.m., January 10, at Johnson Funeral Home. The Reverend Keith Pellerin officiated. Visitation was from 9 a.m., January 10, at the funeral home until the start of the service. 
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Happy Trails Pet Adoption, 606 N. Wells, Edna, TX 77957.

    Words of comfort to the family may be expressed at 


Last updated 01-17-09

Cherrie Vest, 206 Voss Ave., Odem, TX 78370 I would like to extend my deepest sympathy for the loss of a very precious family member. It seems like death is so final , but the Bible gives us hope of seeing our loved ones again. This assurance is mentioned by Jesus and is recorded at John 5:28,29. More than that, we are promised a better life in the future. Please see this at Revelation 21:4. May you find comfort in the Bible's promises.
Joe Whitehead, 303 Bingham Rd., Victoria, TX 77904
361-894-6943   Friend of Kevin
Kevin , May the love of family and friends carry you through this time of grief. Joe Whitehead
Angela Bazan, 909 Edgar, Yoakum, TX, 77995
361-293-6889   Friend of Kendra
Kendra and family, I am very very sorry to hear about your mom. Just wanted to let you and your family know you are in my prayers. I graduated nursing school with kendra.
De Layne Young and Ami (Kandyce Johnson) & Lesli McNeal
Texas,   Friend
To Kevin, kids and all of Cindy's family: I am so deeply saddened to hear of Cindy's illness and passing. I hope it helps to know she will always be remembered as a dear friend. I know she was beloved by many and was an anchor for your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you -- may the Lord help you through this difficult time.
Misty (Smith) Garcia, 530 Westwood Dr., Port Lavaca, TX 77979
361-552-8804   Friend of Roy Brooks
LaGrange High Class of 1970, Lake Charles, LA
From many an old friend
Thanks to you for a whispered remark that brought a smile in a boring class, or that spunky attitude that made us think outside our small world, for gracing the halls with a beautiful presence and most importantly being a part of the memories of that special time in our lives. It always hurts when we see another old Gator gone. Godspeed Cindy, and prayers for peace to your family and those that love you.
Dallas Ballmer, 11015 Major Oak Drive, Baton Rouge, LA 70815
Classmate and Webmaster of
Another Gator gone but not forgotten. We post memoriam for our Gators so they can be visited from around the world and remembered by their friends, relatives and acquaintances. Rest in peace with our blessings. For the surviving family, friends and classmates I bid you a pleasant journey. The memoriam can be seen on our class of 70 website at where we only sell happiness and enjoyment of the content we post for the price of a smile and kind thought.