In Loving Memory of Terry Molaison

by admin on April 29, 2016

Molaison, Terry   cropped resized photoA native of Baton Rouge and a resident of Port Arthur, TX he passed away at Harvest Manor Nursing Home in Denham Springs, LA at 9:55pm on Sunday, April 17, 2016. He was 73 years old, a retired upholsterer, and a veteran of the United States Army.  Visitation will be held from 1:30pm until memorial service 2:00pm at American Legion Post 493, 922 Nederland Ave, Nederland, TX 77627, on Saturday, May 7, 2016.  He is survived by his daughters, Janna Webster & husband Neal of Denham Springs, LA, and Tanya Powell & husband David of Gonzales, LA; sisters, Pat Conrad of Woodville TX, and Kathy Gross & husband Paul of Groves TX; sister in law, Charlene “Charlie” Cappo of Prairieville LA; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and numerous nieces and nephews.  He is preceded in death by his parents, Paul & Dorothy Molaison, and Alice & Luke Hebert; son, Jason Molaison; and siblings, Frank Cappo, Larry Molaison, and Deanna Tankersley. He was a member of the American Legion Post 493.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to American Legion Post 493, P.O. Box 272, Nederland, TX 77627.  We would like to thank our caring, devoted mom, Judy Naul, for her help in caring for our dad.  Arrangements by Church Funeral Services & Crematory, St. Amant 225-644-9683  www.churchfuneralservices.com

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Kara Hooks May 1, 2016 at 2:11 am

To all of the Molaison family,
What a gift to know Terry, he blessed my life in ways
I can’t articulate. I’m sorry for the loss, the world
Seems a little more empty. Our pain is here on earth,
I take comfort in knowing he has been set free of
Pain and is standing in the presence of the almighty!
He has been reunited with Jason and the loved ones
That passed before him. He was a friend to everyone
He met, a simple man with a big heart, contagious
Laughter. He encouraged the down and out, he led
By example and he LOVED rice and gravy! Anytime
he was coming to town, he would ask me to make him
some rice and gravy and he and Jason would eat
Until the pots were empty. He took great pride in
his children, grandchildren and his great grandchild! May
God comfort each of you and give you a sense of peace that surpasses all
Comprehension. One glorious day we will all meet again over a big
Pot of rice and gravy, on streets of gold. I love you all, you have been
Family to me. My heart, thoughts, prayers and spirit is with you
As you walk through the loss of a wonderful man. Rest Easy Terry, you are so lived.
Sincerely,
Kara
Comfort each

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