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Obituaries from the September 30 paper.

Patricia Ann Chenier Mallet, 69, died at her home on Monday, Sept. 21, 2015.

She was born in Opelousas.

She attended Grand Avenue High School until her junior year and graduated from Paul Dunbar High School in Washington in 1964. She later attended McNeese State University and Lincoln Business College in Beaumont, Texas, where she received a degree in business. She resided in Lake Charles for over 47 years.

She retired from Calcasieu Parish School Board in 2008 after 17 years of employment at Oak Park Middle School. She also worked at Combre Funeral Home and Holly Hill Nursing Home as an activity director.

She was Parent Teacher Organization President. She was also a Cub Scout Den Mother, a Band Booster for LaGrange High School.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Alfred Sr. and Elva (Roberts) Chenier; one grandson, Khoury Alexander Mallet and one brother.

She is survived by her husband, Eugene Aloysius Mallet; three sons, Cedric Gerard Mallet of Lake Charles, Patrick Eugene Mallet of Houston, Texas, and Aaron Paul Mallet of Pearland, Texas; one daughter, Alisha Michelle Mallet of Lake Charles; two grandsons; five brothers, Alfred Chenier of Houston, Texas, Wilfred Chenier of Lake Charles, Albert Joseph Thomas of Huffman, Texas, Preston Chenier and Ray Chenier, both of DeQuincy; three sisters, Elizabeth Skinner of DeQuincy, Elva Davis of Lake Charles, and Mary Hayes of Humble, Texas.

A Mass of Christian burial was observed at St. Henry Catholic Church with Monsignor Danny Torres serving as celebrant. Burial followed at Consolota Cemetery.

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