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June 09, 2019

Obituary

Dale Duncan
January 30, 1964 - June 7, 2019



Jerry Dale Duncan, age 55 and a resident of Bogalusa, died Friday afternoon June 7, 2019 at the Thibodaux Regional Medical Center. He was a longtime employee of the Washington/St. Tammany Electric Co-Op, where he served as head mechanic and shop foreman after a career of over 20 years. Dale enjoyed fishing, especially at his camp near the bayou in Lafourche Parish. Dale loved riding his tractors, working on his land and tending to his Angus beef cattle. His favorite hobby was working on and fixing up old cars. He had many over the years including his current favorite, a bright yellow ’81 Chevy Corvette. Dale was a member of the Crossroads United Pentecostal Church.

Survived by: Wife of 35 years: Annette Sevin Duncan of Bogalusa; Son: Jeremy Duncan of Bogalusa; Daughter: Melanie Duncan of Bogalusa; 2 Grandchildren: Caroline Duncan, Jayden Bergeron; Parents: Jerry L. and Shirley Duncan of Angie; Father in law and Mother in law: Gerald and Virgues Sevin of Larose; Sisters in law and a Brother in law: Jessica and Kevin Bourg of Houma, Shelly Sevin of Lockport; Nephews: Brody Anselmi, Weston Sevin; Also numerous cousins and many friends.

He was preceded in death by his brother Allen Duncan, granddaughter Brooke Duncan and grandmother in law Nola Lefort.

Visitation will be at Crain Funeral Home Sunday June 9th from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. A funeral service will be held in the funeral home chapel at 2:00 pm Sunday with Rev. Leon Hickman and Rev. Kirk Hoelzel officiating. Burial will follow in the Maples Cemetery near Mount Hermon.

Pallbearers: Darryl Knight, Charles Lefort, Matt Magee, Roger Martin, David Bouvier, James Ladner

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