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Mr. Ronald John Robicheaux (Deceased)
Nickname: Ronnie

81051 O K Lane
Covington, La. 70435

Robicheaux Consulting Services Inc.
81051 O K Lane
Covington, La. 70435
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Obituary: Ronald J. Robicheaux - Track & Field '52-'55 & Football 52 & 53 - Veteran - Feb. 21, 2015

Ronnie J. Robicheaux passed away on Saturday, February 21, 2015 at his residence in Covington, LA, at the age of 82. Ronnie was born on Wednesday, November 30, 1932 in New Iberia, LA to Yola and Jack Robicheaux. He resided in Covington for the past 25 years.

Ronnie was preceded in death by his brothers, Carroll Jack Robicheaux, Kerry Robicheaux, and Randy Robicheaux.

He is survived by his wife, Grace "Sunshine" Wilson Robicheaux; his former wife, Grace Delcambre Robicheaux and their children, Kathleen Ann Smith (Lenny), Mark Christopher Robicheaux, Renee Francis Robicheaux, and Philip Jack Robicheaux; his sister, Joycelyn Todd; stepchildren, Rocke Wilder (Christy), Paul Wilder, and Mark Wilder; grandchildren, Jennifer Wilder, Rebecca Wilder, and Samantha Wilder; great grandson, Torin James Wilder; and his caretaker, Keith Schultz. Also survived by his "beloved son", Jasen Tyler Wilder and his "beautiful princess", Jessica Beth Wilder.

In accordance with Ronnie's wishes, please take a quiet moment to celebrate his life and pray for his family.

Bagnell & Sons Funeral Home, Covington, La.

Athletic Network Footnote:
Ronnie was a member of the Track & Field Team from 1952 - 56 and also played football for the 1952 & 53 seasons.

Click here for a photo of Ronnie with his 1955 Track & Field teammates.

Click here for a photo of Ronnie with his 1952 Football teammates and the listing of #26 on the football roster.

He was a military veteran, having served in the Marine Corps from 1950-52 during the Korean War. Our condolences to his family and friends.

Peace, Ed Dugas

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Served in the Marine Corps from 1950-52 (Korean War).
Updated Nov. 19, 2009

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In track, my events were the 100 yard dash, 220 yard dash, 440 yard relay, and 880 yard relay.

Was a member of the 440 and 880 relay team that broke the all time school record in 1956. Members where: Stanley Pope, Billy Hewell,Jack Williams and Ronnie Robicheaux. See cover of the 1956 Southwestern Relays program with Ronnie on the cover. Received the J. Otto Broussard trophy for highest scholastic grade average while on track team senior year.

Updated Nov. 6, 2006
Cross Country, Track & Field - (M&W):  1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956
Football:  1952, 1953
Military Veteran:  1950, 1951, 1952