GRAND COTEAU -- Services for long-time bank official Margaret Dodge Barry will be Tuesday. She died May 22 at age 88.
Barry was employed with the Bank of Sunset for 49 years and was on its board at the time of her death.
Survivors include a son and two daughters.
Arrangements are by Sibille.
City, parish engineer
ZACHARY – Services will be Tuesday for former city engineer Raymond Hodges, Sr. He died May 20 at age 83 as the result of a motorcycle accident.
He was pas president of the Constructing Engineers Council and a founder of the Louisiana Gas Association, and was a consulting engineer for years. He was former city engineer for Zachary and West Feliciana Parish.
Survivors include two sons and three daughters.
Arrangements are by Charlet.
LAFAYETTE – Services will be Tuesday for Cajun musician Jessie Duhon. He died May 21 at age 95.
Duhon was an original member of the string band The Dixie Ramblers and was invited to play his guitar at Congres Mondial in New Brunswick, Canada. He was retired from Southern Pacific Railroad.
Survivors include four children.
Arrangements are by Martin & Castille.
ST. MARTINVILLE – Services for insurance woman and civic leader Inez Gauthier will be Monday. She died Friday at age 92.
For many years she was owner of A.C. Gauthier Insurance, started by her father. She was also active in Daughters of the American Revolution.
Survivors include a brother and three sisters.
Arrangements are by Pellerin.
ST. FLORIAN, Ala. – Services for longtime Caddo Parish, La., prosecutor Daniel Grady, III, 70, will be Monday.
Grady, a graduate of LSU and decorated Army veteran of Vietnam, was assistand district attorney in Caddo for 23 years.
After retiring, he became administrative law judge for Social Security in Florence, Ala.
Survivors include his wife Judith, a son and a daughter.
Arrangements are by Greenview.
HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE, Ark. – Services for retired Louisiana hospital administrator Thomas Hightower, Sr., were May 15. He died May 8, 2011 at age 84.
A Navy veteran of World War II, he was administrator of hospitals in Arcadia, New Iberia and Jonesboro before becoming CEO of Woman’s Hospital in Baton Rouge in 1969, as post he held until 1990.
He was a past president of the Louisiana Hospital Assn. and the Baton Roube Chamber of Commerce and past chairman of the Louisiana Educational Television Authority board.
Survivors include his wife Patricia.