Grand Coteau – A Funeral Service will be held for, Mrs. Thelma Mary Arceneaux Guilbeau, at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 3, 2018 in the Sibille Funeral Home Chapel in Grand Coteau. Reverend Mark Ledoux will conduct the service.
Mrs. Guilbeau, age 88, a resident of Carencro, passed away on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at Lafayette General Medical Center surrounded by her loving family.
She is survived by her daughter, Sandra Faye Guilbeau Hunt of Biloxi, MS; son, Wayne Joseph Guilbeau of Springfield, LA; grandchildren, Kelly “Jeuneen” Peck and husband, Brad, of Biloxi, MS, and Craig Oran Guilbeau of Baton Rouge; great-grandchildren, Megan Peck and Wesley Peck; and brothers, Charles “C.J.” Arceneaux of Rayne, and Cyrus “Sam” Arceneaux of Grand Prairie.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Cedalise Breaux Arceneaux and Jean Marie Arceneaux; siblings, Preston Arceneaux, Austin “Pete” Arceneaux, Harold Arceneaux, Larry “L.J.” Arceneaux and Elvina Doucet; and son Bradley James Guilbeau.
The family requests visitation be held on Friday, February 2, 2018 from 1:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. in the Sibille Funeral Home of Grand Coteau. A Rosary will be prayed by Deacon Dwanye Joubert at 6:00 p.m. on Friday. Visitation will resume on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until time of service.
Words of Comfort to the family may be expressed at www.sibillefuneralhomes.com. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Sibille Funeral Home of Grand Coteau.
Condolences to all during this time of grief. Almighty God cares about the pain that we feel. At Psalms 34:18 it tells us that; God is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit." Soon all pain, suffering and death will be no more. (Revelation 21:4)
I would like to express my deepest sympathy to the family. During this difficult time, God is near to those that are broken at heart, and those who are crushed in spirit He saves. Psalms 34:18
D King, LA
When someone is strong and bigger than life itself the thought never occurs as to what life would be like without them...it definitely won’t be the same without her. My granny was one of the strongest people I have ever known. Whether it was sitting at the kitchen table or just watching how she lived her life she taught me so much. I treasure what she taught me about my heritage and what it meant to be a Cajun!!! So Granny, even though the time has come to say goodbye,here on earth,you will ALWAYS be in the heart of this Cajun girl.
Kelly Jeuneen PeckBiloxi, MS