ABBEVILLE -- Services are Monday for long-time educator Jules Duhon. He died Feb. 10 at age 89.
Duhon, an Army veteran of World War II, was the first principal of North Vermilion High and the last principal of Maurice High. He was an educator for more than 40 years.
He was a winner of the Family of the Year Award and the Pioneer Award and was received the Diocese of Lafayette Devoted Service Award.
Survivors include his daughter June.
Arrangements were by Vincent Funeral Home.
BATON ROUGE -- Services will be Thursday for longtime hospital volunteer Sidney Arbour, Jr. He died Feb. 12 at age 97.
After a career as head of inspection and appraisal for Union Federal Savings & Loan, Arbour service Our Lady of the Lake Hospital for many years.
He was chairman of the building committee during planning and construction of the new hospital on Henessey Blvd.
He was a long-time boar member of Kornmehyer Furniture and a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II and the occupation of Japan.
Survivors include three sons and three daughters.
Arrangements are by Rabenhorst.
BATON ROUGE -- Services for retired bank executive Robert Didier, Jr. were Monday. He died Feb. 10 at age 92.
Didier, a Marksville native who was a German POW during World War II,
Didier rose to the presidency the bank his father founded, then became executive vice president of the La. Bankers Assn.
He was a former owner of the Memphis Chicks baseball team of the
Survivors include his wife Joyce.
Arrangements were by Rabenhorst.
BUNKIE -- Services for retired telephone executive Frank Thompson will be Tuesday. He died Feb. 11 at age 87.
Thompson joined Southern Bell after his World War II service and worked at positions across the South.
His war service included Ulithi, Palau, Guam, Iwo Jima and Saipan.
Survivors include two daughters.
Arrangements are by Hixson-Ducote.