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Cynthia Lirette Trahan

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It is with great sadness that the family of Cynthia Lirette Trahan announces her passing after a 10 year battle with breast cancer.  Cynthia passed away on March 23, 2018, at the age of 63, in her home surrounded by loved ones.  A native of South Louisiana, Cynthia was born on October 12, 1954 in the city of Houma, LA.  Cindy, as she was known, attended South Terrebonne High School and later achieved a bachelor’s degree, in Geology, from Nicholls State University.  She will be forever remembered for her great sense of humor and unyielding desire to care for others, especially her three grandchildren whom she loved dearly.

Cindy was an Eucharistic minister and taught religious education at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Bryan.  She also was chairperson of the Ladies’ Guild and Capital Campaign at St. Francis of the Tejas Catholic Church in Crockett.

Cindy will be lovingly remembered by her husband of 38 years, Perry Paul Trahan of Cypress, son, Steven Trahan and wife, Lauren Wolf Trahan of Dallas; step-son, Jeremy Trahan of FL;  grandsons, Henry Wolf Trahan, Charlie Paul Trahan and Owen Robert Trahan of Dallas, Elijah, Blake and Gavin Trahan of Kentucky; brother, Charles Joseph Lirette and wife, Kerry Brady Lirette of Holly Springs, MS.; numerous nieces, nephews and friends.

Cindy is preceded in death by her daughter, Julia Elizabeth Trahan; parents, Henry Joseph Lirette and Lena LeBouef Lirette; brother, Henry Peter Lirette.

Family will receive friends for visitation from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday, March 26, 2018 with a Rosary at 6:30 p.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel recite by Rev. Joby Thomas. The funeral mass will be at 12 noon Tuesday, March 27, 2018 in the St. Joseph Catholic Church in Bryan, Monsignor John A. McCaffrey, Celebrant.  Cynthia will be laid to rest next to her beloved daughter at the Mount Calvary Cemetery directly following the service.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the St. Francis of the Tejas, Capital Campaign, 609 North 4th St., Crockett, TX  75835.  Online condolences may be made at



  1. Perry, you and your family are in our prayers. Cindy was a fighter and fought till the end.
    We were so happy that y’all had come to the Holy Rosary reunion.

    Eugene and Evelyn

  2. You know how we both feel about Cindy. She became an immediate friend and could take our sick sense of humor and serve it right back to us with her own sense of wit and sarcasm. We will always look to “her spot” behind us in church as we remember her smile, her wink, and the touch of her hand. She will forever be missed.

  3. So sorry for your loss. Cindy was a wonderful lady she will truly be missed by all that knew her God bless you Perry

  4. So sorry for the loss of your dear Cynthia, Perry. Our prayers are with you and yours. Thank you for taking Cynthia to the STHS and Holy Rosary reunions last June 10th, where you and Cynthia relished the remaining moments together. Much sadness now that Cynthia is gone. May you have Peace only God can provide moving forward.

    Ed and Cecily Lyons

  5. Cindy was such a loving person and wonderful friend and she will never be forgotten. Our prayers are with you Perry at this sad time. Cindy is in God’s arms now and she will have no more pain.

  6. Perry, Steven, Lauren, and all of the family, We send our deepest sympathy. Cindy was a lovely woman who added joy to many lives. She will be missed and fondly remembered.

  7. Perry

    Deepest sympathy from our family. Cindy was a great person and will be missed and remembered.
    Our prayers are with you and the family.

  8. Perry, you are in our thoughts and prayers during this time. Be assured that your family and friends will bring you comfort in the days and weeks ahead. Cindy will be missed, but not forgotten.
    Amy & Craig Lange.

  9. My condolences to you and your Family.

  10. Cindy was such a lovely person. I shall miss her. I send my deepest sympathy and I pray Perry, Stephen and Lauren that comfort will come to you at this time. Only God can heal your broken hearts.

  11. So sorry for the loss of your Cindy, she was such a special lady. Through the years we have many great memories of our time spent with you and Cindy. Please accept our deepest sympathies and know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  12. So sorry for your loss Perry. Prayers for your family.

  13. Perry, Please accept my deepest condolences. I remember Cindy from when I lived in Bryan. I know she was a special lady. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family at this time.

  14. Sending deepest sympathy and prayers for you and Steven and family. Cindy was so special, such a wonderful person. There are so many wonderful memories. Please know you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  15. I so wish I could be there for you, Perry. Cindy will be sorely missed by everyone she met. God bless you, the family and the multitude of lives she touched. Love always.

  16. Perry, we are both thinking of you at this time. Your wonderful memories of Cindy will live on forever and will give you strength in the coming months. Take care of yourself Perry. Our prayers are with you.

  17. Perry
    Sorry for your loss.
    Sending my deepest sympathy.

  18. Perry, We share your families sadness for Cindy.
    Please know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers, may God give you all strength and peace to get through the hard times.
    I am glad I had the pleasure to meet Cindy, she’s a wonderful lady.

    Craig and Rita

  19. Perry,
    My condolences to you and your family. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

  20. We are so sorry for the loss to you and your family. God bless you.

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