Albert “Frenchy” Rouchon

Albert “Frenchy” Rouchon

October 11, 1914 - February 26, 2010

Albert “Frenchy” Rouchon

October 11, 1914 - February 26, 2010


Rouchon, Albert ‘Frenchy’

95 years old
Mission Viejo, CA
Passed away February 26, 2010

Born October 11, 1914
New Orleans, Louisana
Parents:John Francis and Annette Rouchon
Youngest of 10 children: 1 sister and 8 brothers

Married Elsie Eshilian January 22, 1944. Married for 66 years.
Served in the US Army from 1942-1946 and achieved the rank of Sergeant
Lived in Whittier for over 40 years before moving to Mission Viejo 18 years ago.

Frenchy loved his family and found great joy when he was with them, especially his grandchildren. His passions were fishing and gardening. He was known for the beautiful roses he grew.
He approached life with a smile and laughter and he has left a beautiful legacy of love and joy to his children and grandchildren.

Survived by:
Wife: Elsie
Children : Gregory Michael Pegi, Tommy Alan Akemi, Suzanne Al
Grandchildren: Kyle Rouchon Joy, Tessa Lowry, Jamie Lowry, Brett Rouchon, Evan Rouchon, Cory Rouchon and Marissa Lowry.

Memorial Service
Wednesday March 3, 2010 1:00PM
O’Connor Laguna Hills Mortuary Chapel

A joyful life well lived!

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8 responses to Albert “Frenchy” Rouchon

  1. Lisa Lukkari says:

    I can remember taking a trip in winnebago with Frenchy and Elsie, my parents and Sue and Al and my nephew, Timmy — we all had a very nice time and I remember what a kind man he was. My thoughts, prayers and love go out to all of you today in your celebration of Frenchy’s life. Wish I lived a lot closer to be with you today. Love, Lisa Lukkari

  2. Dear Suzanne, Al and Family,
    Paula and I offer our deepest sympathy for your loss and our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. We hope that all goes as well as it can as you will celebrate the life of a wonderful father and great friend to many. We’re sure that he was very proud of his family and will be missed but, we also know he will always be there with you in spirit with everything you do.
    Take care,
    Ray and Paula Dufault

  3. Suzanne, we are so sorry for the loss of your father. And Al, I know how close the two of you were. We are keeping you both, and your family in our prayers. While God holds your Dad in His arms, we pray you feel His arms around you, too.

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