Claude Jean Dies

Louisiana horseman dies January 23.

The Town Talk, via
January 31, 2012

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Claude Nolen Jeane, 76, of Evans, died January 23 in Alexandria, Louisiana.

He was a member of Evans Congregational Methodist Church where he taught Sunday School. He was an insulation Contractor for 40 years and was an owner/breeder and trainer of Quarter Horses since the 1960's. Both were family owned and operated businesses. He was church first, family second and horses third.

He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Bessie Lea Jeane of Evans; sons, Randle Jeane & wife Tracy, Scott Jeane & wife Tamaris and Sam Jeane all of Evans, LA; daughters, Teresa Burgess & husband C.A. and Marilyn Jeane all of Evans; brothers, Syviel Jeane and George Jeane both of Evans; sisters, Shirley Wilson, Von Saveil and Sylvia Smith all of Evans; grandchildren, Randy Jeane, Darrell Jeane, Emily Jeane, Cody Bordelon, Chester Burgess, Scotty Jeane,Madison Jeane, Gregory Loftin, McKenna Loftin and Preston Jeane; great grandchildren, Isabella Jeane, Reese Jeane, Griffin Jeane, Marcus Bordelon, Gauge Bordelon, Logan Bordelon, Lucas Bordelon and Sophia Loftin and numerous nieces, nephews and a host of other family and friends. He is preceded in death by his parents, Emmit and Gertie Jeane; son, Jerry Lynn Jeane and grandson Bobby Bordelon.

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