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In Memory of

Irma Rose Dubroca

July 8, 1924 - September 12, 2017

Obituary


Irma Rose Dubroca passed from this life on September 12, 2017. Born July 8, 1924, she was preceded in death by her husband Sidney Cade (Rusty) Dubroca, and her parents, Stanley Gazzo Tinney and Inez Marie Vial, as well as her sister, Shirley Mae Tinney Dubroca.
She leaves behind three daughters and their spouses: Jara Lynn Dubroca (Jeffrey Andrew Roux), Sydney Ruth Dubroca (John Parry Lauzon); Manina Dolores Dubroca and five grandchildren: Jeffrey Cade Roux, Jason Winfield Roux, Justin Delmire Roux, Ruth Inez Lauzon and Anna Cecille Corinne Lauzon and 8 great-grandchildren: Ashley Marie Stelly,...

Irma Rose Dubroca passed from this life on September 12, 2017. Born July 8, 1924, she was preceded in death by her husband Sidney Cade (Rusty) Dubroca, and her parents, Stanley Gazzo Tinney and Inez Marie Vial, as well as her sister, Shirley Mae Tinney Dubroca.
She leaves behind three daughters and their spouses: Jara Lynn Dubroca (Jeffrey Andrew Roux), Sydney Ruth Dubroca (John Parry Lauzon); Manina Dolores Dubroca and five grandchildren: Jeffrey Cade Roux, Jason Winfield Roux, Justin Delmire Roux, Ruth Inez Lauzon and Anna Cecille Corinne Lauzon and 8 great-grandchildren: Ashley Marie Stelly, Jacob Reuben Roux, Sydney Cade Roux, Evan Manning Roux, Russell Andrew Jones, Shepard Stanley Jones, Alice Marie Hood and Samuel Parry Hood. In addition, her loss is grieved by spouses and partners Jamala Torrez Roux, Kirk Devero Hood, Michael Andrew Jones, Molly Elizabeth Oehmichen, Amy Fazende, Christina Manning Roux and Ratheal Stelly as well as special friend Ruth Klibert.
Irma Rose was a kind, loving and generous wife and mother, who gave a home to many cats and dogs, as well as to children and grandchildren in times of household transition. She trained in data processing and worked for Higgins Industries at Michoud during World War II. Once married, she ran her household and volunteered as a teacher in public schools and for catechism.
For over forty years, she volunteered at St. Charles Social Concerns Thrift Store, helping to turn donated items into funds to help the poor. She was an active member of Holy Family Busy Bees and loved traveling with them and with her family.
She was always committed to causes in support of animals and the poorest in our society and supported them through donations. Her liberal mind kept her in touch with all the younger generations and set a touchstone for her family.
May she rest in well-deserved peace.
Funeral Services will be held Friday, September 22 at St. Mark Catholic Church, Ama. Visitation at 9 AM and Mass at 11 AM. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be sent to St. Charles Humane Society. Condolences may be expressed at www.HCAlexander.com