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Wade Allred

August 10th, 1961 - June 20th, 2000

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Jay Braud


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From Jimmy Kaiser on May 25th, 2010
 I sat next to Jay in Mrs. Wroten's 2nd and 3rd grade class, with James Hilburn.  I can see it like it was yesterday.  What a nice guy, can't ever remember him getting crossed with anyone.   
 
From Ken Tubbs on April 25th, 2010
i've known Jay all my life. I first met Jay through an inspiring  special educational man named Carl Andrews. Now back then, they were'nt called special ed teachers. Let's just say he helped needy kids. Mr Andrews adopted a boy named Kevin Schultz after he ran away from home and tried to jump onto a moving train and lost his legs from that event. Kevin was better known as KK. For all you guys and gals that went to Broadmoor Elementary, you know who i'm talking about. Now  KK, Jay, and I. " sometimes Co Co and Mike", would accompany us when we  would ride around on weekends with his new father Carl picking up coke bottles to cash in for cold drinks and goodies. So after we played in the only indoor basketball gym in Baton Rouge that i knew of. We would have refreshments. Back then, playing in a indoors gym was a big deal for a kid. Gym was at a downtown church that Mr. Andrews attended.  Jay, if your reading this right now. I've got a cold drink and some goodies to share with you.
 
From Dixie Elliott on March 12th, 2010
In second grade I spoted Jay on the playground and fell in love with his brown eyes, wavy brown hair and his crooked smile. Miss ya man!!
 
From James Hilburn on March 9th, 2010

I knew Jay since 1st Grade.  He was one of the coolest guys I've ever known.  He was my friend. 

 

Terrell Copenhaver

January 27th, 1962 - November 18th, 2011

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Terrell Craig Copenhaver

He passed away Friday, Nov. 18, 2011, surrounded by his loving family after an extended illness. Born Jan. 27, 1962, Terrell was a 1980 graduate of Broadmoor High School and was active growing up in the United Methodist Youth (UMY) and a member of Broadmoor United Methodist Church. He was a very hard-working and loving father. He could brighten up your day with his cheerful attitude and loving smile. Terrell leaves behind his loving mother, Janis Terrell Copenhaver; sister and brother-in-law, Carol Copenhaver Boyle and Michael Scott Boyle, of Houston; daughters, Kelly Copenhaver, Terri Copenhaver Kelley and spouse Devin Kelley, and Jillian Monroe, of Baton Rouge; nephew, Zachary Matar, of Houston; aunt and uncle, Suzanne and James Howze, of Houston; and grandchildren, Gavin, Brooklyn, Kaylee, Liam, Jared, Alyssa, Jordan and Brian Jr. of Baton Rouge. Preceded in death by his father, Harris D. Copenhaver Jr.; grandparents, Harris D. Copenhaver Sr. and Marie Robertson Copenhaver, James Claiborne and Pearl Free Terrell. Visitation will be held at Broadmoor United Methodist Church, 10230 Mollylea Drive, on Saturday, Nov. 19, from noon until the service at 2 p.m. Burial ceremony will be held at Greenoaks Memorial Park.

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Wallace "Wally" Alfred Craven

November 28th, 1960 - May 28th, 1986

Posted by his Aunt Grace Kennedy

Wally left us at the young age of 25 in a construction accident in St. Paul, Minnesota.  He was a fine young man that was loved by all who knew him. He is surely missed by all of his family and friends.

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John Ashley Fritchie

March 12th, 1962 - March 2nd, 2001

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Dr. John Fritchie

PINEVILLE, La. Dr. John Ashley Fritchie, 38, died Friday, March 2, 2001, at his residence. He was a graduate of Broadmoor High School in Baton Rouge. He was a member of the LSU football team and was team captain in 1983. While at LSU, he was on the Dean's List; a member of the pre-med honor society, Alpha Epsilon Delta; and the freshman honor society, Phi Eta Sigma. He was awarded the Arthur R. Choppin Award, SEC All Academic Team, District III Academic All American, National "L" Club Award. He was also a member of the Latin honor society, ODK member and received the New Orleans Quarterback Club award from 1981-84.
 
He graduated from LSU Medical School at Shreveport in 1989. He served his orthopedic surgical residency at Tulane University School of Medicine from 1989-1994. He began practicing orthopedic surgery in 1994 with Mid-State Orthopedics & Sports Medical Center.
 
Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Prompt Succor Catholic Church in Alexandria, La., with the Rev. Scott Chemino officiating. Graveside services will be at 9 a.m. Friday in Tippah Memorial Gardens. John Kramer & Son Funeral Home of Alexandria, La., is in charge of the funeral arrangements. McBride Funeral Home of Ripley is in charge of the local arrangements.
 
Survivors include his wife, Kathleen D. Fritchie of Pineville, La.; two daughters, Annelise Fritchie and Leslie Gardner of Pineville, La.; three sons, Jeffrey R. Gardner, Kevin Gardner and Sean Gardner, all of Pineville, La.; one brother, Glen Fritchie of Houston, Texas; his father, Don Fritchie of Baton Rouge; his mother, Linda Fritchie of Baton Rouge; one grandson, Daygan Gardner of Pineville, La.
 
Visitation will be from 4 until 7 p.m. today with a wake beginning at 7 p.m., and from 8:30 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
 

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From Tom Zumalt on February 1st, 2014
I went to school with John since 2nd grade.  I remember one Monday morning the teacher (Mrs. Walker I believe) asked us to write a poem about current events.  I don’t remember my poem, but I do remember John’s.  It was a poem about the boxing match that happened the night before.   The Frasier Ali fight was fresh on John’s mind and he as excited about it.  At the time it seemed to be just another fight but looking back it was a panicle event.  John always seemed to have a higher awareness of the world around him and all of us.   We all knew back then that John would be a success at whatever he wanted to do.  Becoming a physician was a natural step in his advancement and nobody was surprised.
 
From Annelise Fritchie on February 1st, 2014
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So I am 20 now. It is 2014. Its been nearly 13 years. I still can't forget you. I cried again this morning. I cry often. I think of things like....How I missed the third grade Father daughter dance. Who will walk me down the isle one day? Who will I dance the Father Daughter dance with. What would my life have been like if I grew up happily with my mom and my dad? Would I still have this panic disorder? I just have so many questions. I watched a video today of young girl being reunited with their fathers. They surpirsed them coming home from the army. I wish I could just run towards you and jump up in your arms. I know that can't happen. I have got about 65 years left on this earth with out you. Look out for my daddy. I miss you so much. Love, your one and only baby girl.
 
From Sharon Naquin on August 31st, 2013
The world lost a wonderful soul and I lost a terrific friend.  Our loss is heaven's gain.
 
From Sharon Naquin on August 26th, 2013
John was such a gentle soul with a a kind and giving heart.  There is no way to reconcile with the fact that he left us much too soon, but I take comfort in knowing that he serves as an angel for many of us.
 
In loving memory,
 
Sharon Smith Naquin
 
 
 
From Annelise Fritchie on August 19th, 2011
Image I am Annelise. I am my John Fritchie's only child. My dad was loved by many people. After he played LSU football as the captain, he became an orthopedic doctor. His patients adored him, and he had such a caring heart for every person, whether he knew them or not. His pictures remain in the hospitals. His LSU uniform remains in his office building in a show case, inthe waiting room. I have recently turned 18. I would love to meet any of you who knew my dad. People say I am just like him. I cant say that for myself. I didnt get to know him that well, as I was younger when he passed away in 2001. My email is Annelise.Fritchie@gmail.com...Thank you so much. I love you daddy, and I miss you...Love Daddy's girl
 
From Jay Dowling on March 8th, 2010
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Bruce Harper

September 4th, 1962 - May 31st, 1990

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Bruce Alton Harper, 27

Advocate, The (Baton Rouge, LA) - Sunday, June 3, 1990

Died 10:20 p.m. Thursday, May 31, 1990, at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center. He was 27, a native and resident of Baton Rouge. He was an advertising graphic designer. Visiting at Rabenhorst Funeral Home East, 11000 Florida Blvd., 2 to 9 p.m. Sunday and 9 a.m. until religious services at 11 a.m. Monday, conducted by the Rev. Jody Blanchard. Burial in Greenoaks Memorial Park. Survived by father, John R. Harper, Lantana, Fla.; mother and stepfather, Eudora A. and Ronald Blackburn, both of Baton Rouge; grandmother, Sarah Stark, Baton Rouge; two sisters, Robbie Schexnailder, Lafayette, and Donna Lofton, Baton Rouge; and three brothers, David John Harper, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., Gary Lee Harper, Lake Worth, Fla., and Donald Steven Harper, Baton Rouge.

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From Stephanie Blanchard-Jarrell on March 9th, 2010
I miss my good friend and think of him often.  Bruce had one of the most beautiful souls I have ever met and he passes way to young.  God Bless you Bruce, I love you.
 

Cindy Mueller (Hayes)


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Lois Johnson


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Patricia Jayne Marler

November 25th, 1961 - April 18th, 1996

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Michael Eric Marroy

August 15th, 1962 - December 21st, 1995

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Kevin McDonald


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From ken tubbs on May 1st, 2010
i never saw him without a smile on his face.
 
From Troy Prevot on March 20th, 2010
Amen to that Ellen!!
 
From ellen rooney on March 19th, 2010
A kind soul.
 

Jeffrey Eugene McIntyre

June 26th, 1962 - January 13th, 1993

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John (Mike) Millican


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From Russell Howard on July 30th, 2010

Wow!  This has taken me a day or two to think about because my GOOD friend Mike was not only a blessing to me, but was pivotal in why I am still around on this earth today and a big reason where I am today!  There was such a camaraderie spirit at Broadmoor because I think we all at that time and place in our lives tried to escape somewhat from the day to day family problems of Suburbia  into the comfort and security of fellowship with our friends with a little help from alcohol and maryjane.  Maybe some might not be able to relate to that, but I think most of us can. It was our way to cope – we weren’t trying to change the world – just deal with it! We developed a special bond with our friends some of which have lasted a lifetime.  My friendship with Mike was such a relationship!  We knew each other from 1st grade – Sherwood elementary (you know that weird round shape school with classrooms shaped like a piece of pie - always thought that was kinda weird) to Sherwood Jr. High to Broadmoor High.  Life was coming at us hard – but we had each other – our circle of friends – it got us through those awkward teenage years.  BUT, then one day the bomb it – GRADUATION DAY – would those bonds hold?  Some did, but some became memories and more distant with each year – now it has been 30!  My bond with Mike lasted – we would stay in touch after High School and like Forest Gump – one day I just felt like running – nowhere to go and had plenty time to get there. I dropped out of college in Natchitoches and packed my pick up with a few essentials some weed and some water and headed to Florida or so I thought and I stopped in Baton Rouge to see Mike at his little trailer. IT CHANGED MY LIFE FOREVER!  When I walked in with another good friend Scott Olsen to my surprise I found Mike was reading and discussing the book of “The Revelation of Jesus Christ” with Sidney Lejune.  It was the right place at the right time and something supernatural happened to me there in his trailer – I stayed there that night and prayed most of the night. It was truly a revelation to me. It was the next day that Mike told me that his father taught a Bible study and Mike took me there and here I am in Jerusalem today. I LOVE MICHAEL MILLICAN!  I wouldn’t be here without him. His father has been a mentor to me in the Bible ever since.  I MISS MIKE!  I REMEMBER MANY SPECIAL TIMES WITH HIM!  I think about him so often. He is loved and missed by many. I can still hear his laugh. He was good to me – may the Lord reward him according to the good work he did for me. Mike – I love you for eternity!

Your friend and brother,

Russell Howard

 

Roger Pryor Jr.

January 26th, 1962 - May 31st, 1995

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Advocate, The (Baton Rouge, LA) - Sunday, June 4, 1995
Pryor, Roger Glenn
Died Wednesday, May 31, 1995, at his residence in Metairie. He was 33, and a native of Wheeling, W.V. He was an assistant manager for Taco Bell. Visiting at First Christian Church, 8484 Old Hammond Hwy., 10 a.m. until memorial service at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, conducted by the Rev. F. William Mackie. Survived by parents, Harvey W. and Wilda B. Pryor, Baton Rouge; a brother and sister-in-law, Jess and Diana Pryor, Prairieville; and a niece and nephew, Veronica and Charles Pryor, both of Prairieville. He was a member of First Christian Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to First Christian Church Memorial Fund.

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Jonathan Mark Roberts

October 9th, 1962 - June 23rd, 1991

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Jonathan Mark Roberts died Sunday, June 23, 1991, at his residence in Watson. He was 28 and a native of Baton Rouge. He was a Harmony Corp. electrician.

Visiting at Seale Funeral Home, Denham Springs, until wake services, conducted by the Rev. Kevin Neary. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Jean Vianney Catholic Church, conducted by the Rev. Donald Blanchard. Interment in Shaw McHugh Cemetery, Zachary.

Survived by wife, Deidra Carmena Roberts, Watson; parents, Burnelle M. Jr. and Mona Fuselier Roberts, Baton Rouge; mother-in-law and fathers-in-law, Sandra and Charles Parent and Frank Carmena, all of Baton Rouge; two daughters, Brittanie Layne Roberts and D'Shay Nicole Roberts, both of Watson; three sisters, Melissa M. Roberts and Jennifer Roberts LeDoux, both of Baton Rouge, and Carolyn Sue Roberts, Watson; and a brother, Christopher M. Roberts, Baton Rouge.

He was a member of St. Jean Vianney Catholic Church.

Obituary published in The Advocate, (Baton Rouge, La.) - June 25, 1991

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From Mark Sehon on May 7th, 2010
Gone but NEVER forgotten.  JR, man we had some good times.
 

Robert Stockstill

June 20th, 1962 - June 8th, 2016

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Robert William Stockstill, Jr., 53, of Los Angeles, California, passed away on June 8th at Our Lady of the Lake Hospital. He was born to the late Robert William Stockstill and Dorothy Kinberger Stockstill, on June 20, 1962. Robert graduated from Louisiana State University and Louisiana State University Law School. While in law school, he was a member of the Law Review and was on the Chancellor's List. Upon graduation, he was inducted into the Order of the Coif, the highest academic honor attainable by a law student. He was admitted to the Louisiana, Texas and California Bar Associations. Although after retirement from law, he would come back to Baton Rouge frequently, he called California home. He is survived by his mother Dorothy, his two siblings, Brent Michael Stockstill of Baton Rouge, and Anne Marie Stockstill Bradford and husband, Trey Bradford, of Baton Rouge. He is also survived by six nieces and nephews: Caroline, Claudia and William Bradford; and Morgan, Robert III and Kate Michael Stockstill; and a number of family members and dear, wonderful friends. In lieu of flowers, the family request donations be made to the McMains Children's Developmental Center. A private ceremony will be held at a later date.

Published in TheAdvocate.com from June 12 to June 13, 2016

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Mickey Sullivan

March 5th, 1962 - August 7th, 2005

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Michael Wayne "Mickey" Sullivan,
died Sunday, Aug. 7, 2005, at the age of 43. Mickey was born in Heidelberg, Germany, and lived in Lake Mary, Fla., at the time of his death. He was a graduate of Broadmoor High School and attended LSU. Mickey was vice president of sales and marketing with Louisiana Coca-Cola in New Orleans for many years. He presently served as CEO of EC Markets. Survivors include his wife, Claudia Prieto Sullivan of Lake Mary; three sons, Brandon, Austyn and Reece Sullivan, all of Mandeville; a stepdaughter, Andrea Sullivan of Lake Mary; parents, Carl and Chris Sullivan of Denver; brother, Larry Sullivan and family of Harvey; and two sisters, Vonda Vassar and family of Denver, and Kimberli Steinman and family of Dallas. Funeral service at E.J. Fielding Funeral Home, 2260 W. 21st Ave., Covington, at 3:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12. Visitation from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Interment in Pinecrest Memorial Gardens.

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From Kimberly Pickren on April 30th, 2010
 In Loving Memory Of Michael Wayne “Mickey” Sullivan

Michael Wayne “Mickey” Sullivan, died Sunday, August 7th, at the age of 43. Mickey was born in Heidelberg, Germany and lived in Lake Mary, Florida at the time of his death. He was a graduate of Broadmoor High School and attended LSU. Mickey was Vice-President of Sales and Marketing with LA Coca-Cola in New Orleans for many years. He presently served as CEO of EC Markets.

Survivors include his wife, Claudia Prieto Sullivan of Lake Mary, Florida. Three sons, Brandon, Austyn and Reece Sullivan of Mandeville, Louisiana. A stepdaughter, Andrea Sullivan of Lake Mary, Florida. His parents, Carl and Chris Sullivan of Denver, Colorado. A brother, Larry Sullivan and family of Harvey, Louisiana. Two sisters, Vonda Vassar and family of Denver, Colorado and Kimberli Steinman and family of Dallas, Texas.
 
From Kim Pickren on April 28th, 2010
 I can't picture Mickey without a smile on his face.  He was always so funny and lovable.   Mickey -- you are missed here, but I know you are laughing somewhere better.
 
From Ann (Oglesby) Ault on April 4th, 2010
Mickey and I were in Sunday School together off and on at Broadmoor UMC.  He usually was getting into trouble but he was so funny!  And he was never mad about it afterwards, he just went on to something else.  It was always a little more fun when he was there.
 

Robin Terrell

- - August 28th, 2011

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Robin Terrell Hooper

A resident and native of Baton Rouge, Robin passed away Sunday, Aug. 28, 2011. She was 49. Robin is survived by her father, Kenneth M. Terrell; mother, Marverne Terrell; daughter, Brittney Terrell; two sisters, Penny Perkins and husband Tommy, and Dawn Terrell; brother, Shane Terrell; grandson, Noah Terrell; and many nieces and nephews. Robin was preceded in death by grandson, Julian Terrell; grandparents, B.J. and Theresa Terrell, and Roy and Laverne McDaniel. Visitation at Greenoaks Funeral Home, 9595 Florida Blvd., on Tuesday, Aug. 30, from 11 a.m. until service at 2 p.m. Interment in Greenoaks Memorial Park.

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From Troy Prevot on April 20th, 2012
she was one of the sweet ones. miss you Robin
 

Jeffrey James Vickers

December 17th, 1962 - May 3rd, 2000

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From Ken Tubbs on April 25th, 2010
I recall trying to throw a curveball during afternoon baseball practice. I was in the tenth grade and i just couldn't  make the ball break properly. That's when Jeff walked up to me and asked to show him  how i gripped the ball when attempting the curve. I showed him.  Then he showed me how major league pitchers toss a curveball after they've had major elbow surgery. I want you to know,  from that point on,  I tossed a pretty mean curveball that helped me get out of trouble in many occassions during that baseball season.  Jeff was a great baseball player and a mighty fine person to know.
 

Bryan Villavaso


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