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Mr. James "Jimmy/Jim" Barrilleaux
Graduated 1972

205 N. Philo Dr.
Lafayette, La 70506

Physicians Sales and Service/PSS World Medical
ST.ROSE, LA. 70087

Home Phone: 337-984-4143
Work Phone: 337-280-1756
Fax: 337-984-8086
Email: jimbar6@att.net

UL Grads 1989
Children:Brittnie Hall
(22),Lacey Hall(20),and
Hunter Hall(14).
Blaine Barrilleaux(Tiffani
LeBlanc)UL Grads 1995;Blaine-
Loyola Law 1998.
Children:Lindsay13)and Katie
(10) and Emily (8).
I was fortunate enough to be part of the track and field glory years when we
won the GSC Championships during my four years of competing and the three years after.(1965-1972).
In 1969 I began my career in the medical/surgical supply and equipment field. I am retired from the med/surgical supply equipment business for 3 yrs. I did complete my 43 years in both sales and middle management. I spent 43 years with the former Estorge Surgical, then Taylor Medical,Inc. and Physician’s Sales and Service(PSS WORLD MEDICAL).

My wife and I are both originally from the Franklin area and have been married for 47 years. However,now Lafayette is our home. My daughter and son-in-law also live here in Lafayette.
My son and daughter-in-law also now reside in Lafayette after living in LaPlace.
Charlene and I are both avid Ragin Cajun fans and try to make as many sporting events as possible.

Updated March 6.2014

Updated added Jan.6, 2015

Obituary: Charlene Dupre Barrilleaux – Wife of Jim Barrilleaux, Track 1965-69

Charlene Dupre Barrilleaix (1947-2015) Obituary

Charlene D. Barrilleaux

Charlene D. BarrilleauxLAFAYETTE – Funeral services will be held on Friday, January 9, 2015, at a 2:00 PM Mass of Christian Burial at St. Edmond Catholic Church in Lafayette for Charlene Dupre Barrilleaux, 67, who died on Tuesday, January 6, 2015 at Lafayette General Medical Center surrounded by her family.Entombment will be in Fountain Memorial Gardens Mausoleum.Reverend Gilbert Dutel, Pastor of St. Edmond Catholic Church, will be the Celebrant of the funeral Mass and will conduct the funeral services. Deacon Douglas Hebert will assist in the Mass. Lectors will be Mitzi Perkins and Wendy Monte’. Giftbearers will be her grandchildren. Musical selections will be “Be Not Afraid”, “My Shepherd is the Lord”, “On Eagles’ Wings”, “Hail Mary, Gentle Woman”, and “You’ll Never Walk Alone”.She leaves to cherish her memory her husband of 48 years, James “Jimmy” Barrilleaux; her daughter, Missy Hall and husband Barry; her son, Blaine Barrilleaux and wife Tiffani; her sisters, Beverly “Woogie” Concienne, Gayle Louviere and Dolores Hebert; and her six grandchildren, Brittnie Hall, Lacey Hall, Hunter Hall, Lindsay Barrilleaux, Katy Barrilleaux and Emily Barrilleaux.She was preceded in death by her parents, Ferdinand and Thelma Dupre.A native of Franklin and a Lafayette resident, Charlene was a graduate of St. John’s Academy in Franklin. She was a wonderful home maker who loved cooking, shopping, traveling and cherished spending all the time she could with her family. Charlene left this message in her own words: ” I want to be remembered for being a loving wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, and friend. I married my high school sweetheart. He was always there for me when I needed. He was my nurse, cook, maid and driver. I gratefully thank him for that. I will always love you.”Pallbearers will be Chris Louviere, Scott Hebert, Dr. Neal Boudreaux, Gene Louviere, Barry Hall and Hunter Hall .A Rosary will be recited on Friday at 11:00 AM in Martin & Castille’s DOWNTOWN Location.The family requests that visitation be observed on Friday from 9:00 AM until time of services.View the obituary and guestbook online at www.mourning.comMartin & Castille – DOWNTOWN, 330 St. Landry Street Lafayette, LA. 70506. 337-234-2311 –

Athletic Network Footnote by Ed Dugas

On Jan. 22, 2015, Jim received a letter from the Southern Eye Bank thanking him for allowing her death to give the gift of sight to others. They were used for transplantation, and now others can see. This is an overview of the letter, where William Buras, the Executive Director, points out that this donation will allow for Charlene to live on in these people and well as in the hearts of those who loved her most.