Anaise Marie Therese Crochet Mabile
Services for Anaise Marie Therese Crochet Mabile, of Magnolia,died June 2, 2007, at Promise Hospital in Gonzales, La., after alengthy illness.
A mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Wednesday, June 6, atSt. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church in Pierre Part. Father BillHenry officiated. Entombment was in the church cemetery. CappsFuneral Home in Tylertown was in charge of local arrangements.
Mrs. Mabile was born March 27, 1942, in Pierre Part, to Paul andNellie Crochet.
She was a loving, giving, spiritual wife, mother, grandmother,sister, aunt and friend. She lived in Magnolia, where she was afaithful member of St. James Catholic Church. The love of her lifewas family and friends. She enjoyed helping and giving to others.She was a loyal wife and devoted many years helping her husband ontheir farm.
Preceding her in death were her parents; her brother, LaurieCrochet; and her parents-in-law, Lovelace and Adeline Mabile.
She is survived by her husband, Morris Mabile, of Magnolia; herdaughter and son-in-law, Kathy and Shawn Hebert, of Gonzales; hersons and daughters-in-law, Troy and Tammy Mabile, of Tylertown,Fred and Lanelle Mabile, of Gonzales, Matt and Terri Mabile, ofBrookhaven, Richard and Kim Mabile, of McComb, and Grant Mabile, ofSummit; her 17 grandchildren, Lauren, Landon and Lacey Mabile,Courtney Mabile, Elaine and Cassie Chenevert, Colby, Sage, Robbie,Anna, Samual and Amy Mabile, Christopher, Sarah and Anthony Mabile,and Zachary and Emily Hebert; her brothers, Ray, Morris, Charlesand Harold Crochet; and her sisters Thelma Templet, Amie Marks,Agnes Daigle and Patricia Mantel.
Pallbearers were Christopher Mabile, Colby Mabile, Anthony Mabile,Landon Mabile, Shawn Hebert and Josh Dencause. Honorary pallbearerswere Robbie Mabile, Samual Mabile and Zachary Hebert.