- May 14, 1919 - January 29, 2013
- Hammond, Louisiana
of Lucy's Passing
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Aunt Lucy will be remembered fondly. I visited her many, many weekends while at college in Hammond for good meals, strawberries, and great conversation. My thoughts and prayers for her family.
Posted by: Piper Bogle - saucier, MS - Family Feb 05, 2013
I will miss my Aunt Lucy. I remember when i would go to her strawberry patch and pick strawberrys, then go inside and make pies and cakes. She would always tell me, while we were cooking, "erin go wash your hands" because of course i would touch my face, or itch my arm and she would say "people dont want to eat your germs.". But she had a heart of gold and always smiling all the time. She will always be missed. Love you Aunt Lucy, from your lil Erin.
Posted by: Erin Mulnick benoit - Mandeville, LA - Aunt Feb 05, 2013
Was very saddened to hear of the passing of Miss Lucy. I am a frequent visitor of the Farmers' Markets in Baton Rouge, sometimes just dropping by to say 'hello' if she was there. It was a post from Red Stick Farmer's Market that I heard of this sad news. She obviously made quite an impact there.
Posted by: Richard Muscarello - Baton Rouge, LA - Acquaintance Feb 02, 2013
I met Miss Lucy many years ago at the Red Stick Farmer's Market.
Each week I would faithfully stop by her booth & talk - she was incredibly kind, always gracious, & the best darn cook in the entire universe!!! To me, she was a role model of how to live life fully. She will be very missed.
Posted by: Laura Larsen - Baton Rouge, LA - Friend Feb 02, 2013
You have our heartfelt sympathy. Just wanted you to know you are in our prayers. May God bless you.
Your Friends and Co-Workers,
USDA, APHIS, PPQ
New Orleans Work Unit
Posted by: Monique Garcia - Kenner, LA - Friend Feb 01, 2013
On behalf of all her friends and fellow members of Red Stick Farmers Market in Baton Rouge, we fondly remember Ms Lucy for her warmth, smile and sweetness! Please know we hold all of you near and dear to our hearts as we also celebrate her life along with you. What an amazing lady!
Posted by: Copper Alvarez - Baton Rouge, LA - Friend from Red Stick Farmers Ma Feb 01, 2013
Dear Josie, Bill, Lisa and all the family,
We loved Lucy! The first moment she came into our lives we were overwhelmed by her love, generosity and faith. Once she did one of our gatherings she became the mainstay of every event. It seemed to me that people just became more generous, more loving and giving by being near her.
Josie and Lisa would accompany Lucy at Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas full of gifts and sharing her same smile and life.
Posted by: Mother Mary Elizabeth and all the nuns at St. Scholastica Priory - Petersham, MA - Friends Jan 31, 2013
Lucy Mike's legacy should never be forgotten. She was generous with her time, her knowledge, her faith, and her love. A hard working woman who gave to others willingly and freely, she lived the Catholic Christian command to love God and one another.
One story must be told as an example of her strength, determination, and love. Every year, Miss Lucy hosted school children on her strawberry farm where she would show them how the farm worked. It was a field
Posted by: Corbett and Kay Ourso - Hammond, LA - Friend Jan 31, 2013
We are so honored to have met Ms. Lucy in her home and tasted her
wonderful cookies. She was such a joy to know and offered us much
kindness when we visited. She offered to make bread for us and teach
us how to make it.
We know she is sharing all her recipes in heaven. God bless her and all
Posted by: John and Marian Gulino - Prairieville, LA - friends Jan 31, 2013
You will definitely be missed, Miss Lucy. You were an intergral part of this community. There is a quote by Erma Bombeck that so reminds me of you and I would like to share it.
"When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and could say, I used everything You gave me.'"
You did and somehow even more...
Posted by: Veronica Fannaly - Ponchatoula, LA - Friend Jan 31, 2013