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September 20, 2017


Albert John Weysham, Jr.
August 2, 1966 - September 14, 2017

ALBERT JOHN WEYSHAM, JR., age 51 and a resident of Franklinton died Thursday evening September 14, 2017. He was born in New Orleans on August 2, 1966 to Gail Bonura King and Albert John Weysham, Sr. Al lived in Slidell for many years, where he graduated from Slidell High School in 1984. He was an entrepreneur of several businesses for many years before becoming an information technology professional for Marsh McClellan Insurance. Al moved to Franklinton about 6 years ago where he often enjoyed sitting by the bonfire visiting with his friends and family. He was an avid National Rifle Association supporter and had an extensive gun collection. Al had a special place in his heart for his pet dog Max.
Survived by: 3 Daughters and a Son in law: Lauren Weysham of Bogalusa, Brandy Weysham Jones and Chris Jones of Franklinton, Hailey Weysham of Denham Springs; Granddaughter: Teresa Rose Weysham; Mother and Step-father: Gail Bonura King and Bruce King of Seneca, SC; Father and Step-mother: Albert John Weysham, Sr. and Joy Rouse Weysham of Metairie; 3 Sisters and a Brother in law: Shelley Weysham Lamar and Bob Lamar of Florida, Natasha Matherne of Folsom, Nicole Matherne of Florida; Brother: Corey Matherne of Baton Rouge; Former Wife: Teresa Weysham Fornea and her husband Bret Fornea of Franklinton; Former Father in law and Mother in law: Bob and Cathy Walters of Franklinton; Also numerous nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents Walter Arnold Weysham, Sr. and Evelyn Risser Weysham and John and Dolly Bonura.
Visitation will be at Crain Funeral Home (1109 Bene Street, Franklinton) Saturday September 23rd from 11 am until 2 pm. A funeral service will be held in the funeral home chapel at 2 pm Saturday. 

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