"More Than 125 Years Of Time Honored Values"

EST. 1889

A Family Concern

In the late 1800's, Alex Broussard, owner of A. Broussard Livery Stable, opened the first funeral parlor in Southeast Texas. That first wood framed parlor was soon replaced by a large brick facility in downtown Beaumont which still stands today. Later, the family firm moved to a large, stately home at the corner of Calder Avenue and Forest Street. In 1958, they moved to one of their present locations in a quiet neighborhood on McFaddin in Beaumont.

Continuing Our Traditions

In this age of constant corporate funeral home buyouts and takeovers, families find comfort in knowing there is still a family owned and operated firm with five generations of compassion, continuity, and dignity. The Broussard family feels strongly about their traditions and their family's obligation to maintain both the high standards of excellence in service and their ability to serve the entire community by always keeping their services affordable.

Anthony "Tony" Cormier, Jr.

Anthony “Tony” Cormier, Jr., 68, of Port Neches, died Tuesday, August 22, 2017. He was born on March 1, 1949, in Port Arthur, to Doris Marie Comeaux Cormier and Anthony Calvin Cormier, Sr. Tony was a United States Army veteran. He retired from Huntsman after thirty years of service. Tony taught at Texas A&M University Fire School and Lamar Fire School for over thirty years. He was a Port Neches’ volunteer fireman and a reserve police officer for several years. Tony also worked as a bailiff for Judge Brad Burnett’s office in Precinct 7. He was a member of American Legion and was an avid fisherman. Tony enjoyed showing his 1934 Ford coupe in car shows across the country. Survivors include his girlfriend, Brenda Keasler of Vidor; sister, Nadine Crumpler of Port Neches; niece, Sherie Angelle and her husband, Kendall, of Orangefield; sons, Paul Morton and Jason Morton and his wife, Geneva, all of Vidor; and grandchildren, Josh, Ashley, Jaron, Kayla, and R...

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Rose Nell Chirafis Seymour

Rose Nell Chirafis Seymour

Rose Nell Chirafis Seymour went to meet our Lord and Savior on Tuesday, August 22, 2017, in Beaumont. She was born in Dallas on June 5, 1926, to Jennie and Angelo Chirafis. Rose Nell moved to Beaumont at an early age. She graduated from Beaumont High School in 1943 and married L.J. (Jay) Seymour on April 26, 1947. She was also a bookkeeper at The White House for many years. The pride of her life was her nine children. Rose Nell also helped Jay operate the family business, Seymour Upholstery, until his death. She was a lifetime member of St. Joseph Italian Catholic Church and worked tirelessly making biscotti cookies for St. Joseph Altars. Survivors include her children, Sylvia Kampe of Katy; Larry Seymour of Reno, Nevada; David Seymour of Palestine; Jodie Knight and her husband, John, of Atlanta, Georgia; Mark Seymour; Tim Seymour and his wife, Vickie; Bonnie Seymour; and Steven Seymour, all of Beaumont; and Rose Lynn Grieco of Wimberly; sister, Mary Jo Canizaro of Beaumont; and many...

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Debra "Momo" Traster

Debra “Momo” Traster, 55, of Hamshire-Fannett, died Sunday, August 20, 2017, at Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas, Beaumont. She was born on December 24, 1961, to Clara Mascias Soliz and Domingo Soliz, in El Campo. She was very hardworking, caring, and was the backbone of the family. Debra loved her grandchildren dearly. She loved her children and all of her family members, her root beers, and the Dallas Cowboys. She will be truly missed by all that knew her and loved her. Survivors include her husband, John Traster; daughters, Shantell Winckler and her husband, Keith, of Hamshire-Fannett and Ashley Paule and her husband, Justin, of Mont Belvieu; son, John Dylan Traster and his wife, Destiny, of Beaumont; sisters, Rosa Luna of Houston; Lily Soliz of Bakersfield, California; and Sally Gomez and her husband, Ruben, of Beaumont; brother, Raymond Soliz and his wife, Gloria, of Angleton; and grandchildren, Tyler Winckler, Korbin Winckler, Ethan Winckler, and Sophia Traster....

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Sadie Theriot

Sadie Theriot

Sadie Theriot, 86, of Port Acres, died Sunday, August 20, 2017. She was born on April 19, 1931, in Sunset, Louisiana, to Josephine Richard Guidry and Joseph Rufus Guidry. Sadie owned Sonny’s Place Cafe, Theriot’s Hardware Store, a Texaco Station in Port Acres, and a Fina Station next to Alfred’s Grocery in Port Ares. She enjoyed cooking and doing for others. Survivors include her son, Gerald Theriot and his wife, Daphne, of Port Neches; grandchildren, Jason Theriot and his wife, Tammy, of Groves, Kim Hiesner of Nederland, and Kory Theriot of Orange; great-grandchildren, Holly, Josh, Alexis, Bryce, and Madison; great-great-grandson, Elijah; and sister, Georgann Eagleson of Port Acres. She was preceded in death by her parents; and husband of fifty years, Sonny Theriot. The family would like to extend a special thanks to Altus Hospice for the care given to Sadie. A gathering of Mrs. Theriot’s family and friends will be from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Tuesday,...

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Lillie A. Dailey

Lillie A. Dailey

Lillie A. Dailey, 95, of High Island, died Saturday, August 19, 2017. She was born March 23, 1922, in Houston, to Lillie Schulenburg Lee and William Andrew Lee. Lillie was a proud graduate of Sour Lake High School. After marrying her husband, Floyd Daniel Dailey, they moved to High Island. She was a large part of the community, always there to lend a helping hand, cook a meal and even cheer on any sports team, and was a longtime member of the PTA. She will be remembered for her seamstress abilities, sewing many ‘dressy’ dresses for those special occasions. Lillie was a founding member of the Presbyterian Church of High Island, and always gave her time to do cleanup duties and lend a helping hand when needed. For over fifty years, Mrs. Dailey was the Avon representative for the area. Every other Thursday, she could be found walking the halls of the school, with deliveries. The kids would always give her hugs, to “Avon calling”. Above all, Lillie ha...

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