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Jul

Ceremony held for lost at sea memorial

By Bridget Mire Staff Writer
Read entire article at DailyComet.com

In 2000, Mike Callais’...

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Jun

South Lafourche Scholarship Awards

We are honored to have presented our 2017 Blake Terry Memorial Scholarship in honor of Tyler and Korte Cheramie to...

11

Jun

Gulf of Mexico memorial caps 6-year-journey

By Bridget Mire of the Daily Comet

PORT FOURCHON -- For Cindie Roussel, a six-year journey to memorialize her son is...

By Bridget Mire Staff Writer
Read entire article at DailyComet.com

In 2000, Mike Callais’ father died while scuba diving in the Gulf of Mexico. Eight years later, his brother was thrown overboard when a wave hit the boat he was on during a diving trip in the Gulf.

His father’s body was recovered, but not his brother’s.

“It’s hard to get closure,” Callais said.

Soon, Callais and others who...

We are honored to have presented our 2017 Blake Terry Memorial Scholarship in honor of Tyler and Korte Cheramie to Decey Rivet. Presented by Fallon Chiasson and Dione David.

By Bridget Mire of the Daily Comet

PORT FOURCHON -- For Cindie Roussel, a six-year journey to memorialize her son is approaching completion.

She lost 27-year-old Blake Terry, of Lockport, to the Gulf of Mexico in a diving incident. He went missing Aug. 13, 2011, and his body was never recovered.

Roussel connected with families of some who died in the April 20, 2010, Deepwater Horizon oil spill to build the Lady of the Gulf Monument to be...

For Cindie Roussel, a six-year journey to memorialize her son is approaching completion.

She lost 27-year-old Blake Terry, of Lockport, to the Gulf of Mexico in a diving incident. He went missing Aug. 13, 2011, and his body was never recovered.

Roussel connected with families of some who died in the April 20, 2010, Deepwater Horizon oil spill to build Lady of the Gulf Monument to be located next to Port Fourchon’s Emergency Command...

By Bridget Mire Staff Writer
Read entire article at HoumaToday.com

After she lost her 27-year-old son to the Gulf of Mexico in a diving incident, Cindie Roussel wanted a proper way to remember him.

Blake Terry, of Lockport, went missing Aug. 13, 2011. His body was never recovered.

“I lost Blake and I had nothing,” Roussel said. “I just couldn’t bring myself to build a tombstone or an empty tomb with...

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