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Charles Evans Ducote

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Charles Evans Ducote

Place of birth: Krotz Springs, Louisiana

Religious affiliation: Catholic

Charles Evans DuCote was a true patriarch and wonderfully blessed man from Southern Louisiana born on Christmas Eve in 1936, He was the only son of a surveyor for Brown & Root, Elmer Ducote who proceeded him in death along with his mother Mammie, sister, Peggy Circello of Krotz Springs  & only son, Rhett Elmer Ducote of Sedan, Kansas.  His unique personality was loved by many as he never met a stranger.  Charles passed away on Monday evening , 30 January 2017 at the age of 80 years old at Forest Manor Nursing Home in Dewey, OK where he was a resident the past 3.5 years.  Charles joined the U.S. Air Force after graduating Melville HS and served in Okinawa, Japan & Olathe, KS as a radar technition in the late 1950s.  He would later return to Baton Rouge, Louisiana and serve as a Sergeant for 26 years with the Baton Rouge City Police Department.  He also enjoyed building cabins at the Baton Rouge Police Boys Camp. After he retired he built a beautiful southern style home in Sedan, Kansas and continued his hobbies of building the most beautiful cypress cabinets while always restoring a 55, 56, or 57 Chevys. Charles brought cooking deep fat fried turkeys to the SE Kansas & NE Oklahoma region almost 40 years ago before people in the mid-west ever heard of this Southern cooking technique. His love for family goes without saying, espeacially being a grandfather to 6 grandchildren & 9 great grandchildren.  He is survived by his wonderful wife Ann, married 56 years currently of Copan, OK, his 2 sisters, Elaine Mengarelli of Louisiana and Daisey Bourque of Houston, TX, his only daughter, Carla Welborn, and Son-in-Law, Freddy “Ted” Welborn of Leavenworth, Kansas.  The family recently had a celebration of life at his home in Copan, OK and requests any donations be made to Alzheimer’s Research.  Paw Paw Charles will be greatly missed by so many and we will never forget his great smile, wonderful laugh & we are all better human beings for knowing such a great man.

2 Responses

  • Cathy Maxwell On

    I really loved this man, as a brother in-law he meant so much to me in my younger years.

  • Freddy Welborn On

    Love this man so very much and will greatly miss his smile & sense of humor.

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