Obituaries detail

Lloyd William "Bill" LaDoucieur
Apr 22,1942---Sep 02,2019

Lloyd  William “Bill” LaDoucieur, 77, of Independence, MO died Monday, September 2, 2019, at Centerpoint Hospital in Independence.  Bill was born April 22, 1942 in Kansas City, MO to Bennie and Ruth LaDoucieur.  He moved to Houston, TX for his job with Texaco before returning to the Kansas City area in 1997.  He is survived by his wife, Karen and their two dogs, Sasha and Willie; brother Jim (wife Betty) of Denver, CO; son David (wife Michelle) and two grand-daughters (Caroline and Ashley) of Sugar Land, TX; daughter Michelle  Pappas (husband Philip), two grand-sons (Jacob and Brandon) and grand-daughter (Jordan) of Cape Girardeau, MO.    

 

In his younger years, Bill loved to ski – both water ski and snow ski.  He also loved to camp and the great outdoors.  As he got older, he focused most of his time with his wife and their dogs (his “other” kids). His favorite time of year was the holidays when he was able to travel to the Lake of the Ozarks to spend time reminiscing and laughing with family and friends. 

 

At his request, no services will be held.  His family would like everyone to take time to pause and remember the great joys of life and cherish those you love. 

Additional Service:
No Services Planned

Condolences

Bev Carter Sep 04 ,2019

Long time friend ,Kirkwood ,Missouri

The times I remember with Bill are filled with fun, laughter and friendship. I am so very sad to hear of his passing and I am sending prayers to his family, David & Mickey (Michelle.) May God give him peace.Love you Bill, Bev Carter

BIllie Kerns Sep 04 ,2019

David's mother-in-law ,Houston ,Texas

Prayers are with you Karen. Billie

Rita McGuire Sep 04 ,2019

Cousin ,Kansas City ,Missouri

Rest in peace, Bill. My sympathy to Karen, David and family, Mickey and family, and Jim and Betty.

Dennis Squires Sep 04 ,2019

friend ,St. Charles ,Missouri

condolences to the family. With the exception of a couple of years Bill and I attended school together from kindergarten through college. May the soul of the faithful departed through the mercy of God rest in peace and may light perpetual shine upon him. A lot of good memories especially from high school.

Karen Osenbaugh Sep 05 ,2019

Friend ,Houston ,Texas

So sorry for your loss Karen. May Bill rest in peace and you have inner peace. Karen Osenbaugh