Obituaries

Frank P. Ellois, Sr.

Date of Birth: 11/06/1947
Date of Death: 03/01/2018

Celebration of Life Services

For

Frank P. Ellois, Sr.

Visitation

Hall’s Celebration Center

9348 Scenic Highway

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Visitation

Hall’s Celebration Center

9348 Scenic Highway

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Thursday, March 8, 2018

9:00 am to 11:00 am

Funeral

Hall’s Celebration Center

9348 Scenic Highway

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Thursday, March 8, 2018

11:00 am

Interment

Louisiana National Cemetery

Zachary, Louisiana

Officiating

Reverend Manley Metoyer

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Online Guestbook Entries

Irene (03/22/2018 11:38 am)

Please accept my heartfelt condolences. It is always painful to lose a loved one. I too have lost many dear ones to death. In the Lord’s prayer. Jesus says at Matthew chapter 6, verse 10: ‘Let your kingdom come. Let your will take place, as in heaven, also on earth.’ I find this comforting because nowhere in the Bible is sickness or death mentioned as occurring in heaven; hence, I look forward to seeing God’s will for the earth to be carried out just as it is in heaven. Then we can be reunited with our loved, and enjoy life on earth forever as Almighty God Jehovah purposed from the beginning. [Psalm 37:29] I sincerely hope that these words serve as some comfort to you at this time. For further Scriptural encouragement visit jw.org

Joe Nash (03/08/2018 12:11 am)

Served with Frank at Hamilton AFB, 1971 and again at England AFB. A positive influence on me and all he has meet. He will be truly missed. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Donna Sims-Lee (03/06/2018 2:26 pm)

Dear Vera and Family of Frank Ellois, during these days, months even years of grief and pain you must remember God never leaves your side, may you be blessed and thankful for the many years and good memories that you had while your loved ones are here on this earth for it is only temporary, we must all part our earthy home for our eternal home that awaits us all. With, Deepest Sympathy, Donna Lee, classmate of 1966.