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Mr Ashley R Trahan

June 24, 1972 ~ February 9, 2024

Private services will be held for Mr. Ashley R. Trahan, 51, of Jennings, who passed away on Friday, February 9, 2024.

Mr. Trahan was born on June 24, 1972, in Jennings to Bufford Trahan and Ramona Klumpp Trahan. He worked as an LPN in the healthcare industry. He cherished time spent with his children, grandchildren and “grand dogs”. He also had a passion for hunting.

Those left behind to cherish his memory are his beloved wife Sheryl Ward Trahan; three daughters, Brooke Lauren Trahan of Sulphur, Lauren (Ian) Harson of Hayes, Kayla (Stephen) Campbell of Andrus Cove; two sons, Ethan Trahan and Trevor (Kaitlin) Trahan all of Jennings; his mother, Ramona Klumpp; his father, Bufford Trahan; a sister, Wahlea Wittge of Jennings; a brother, Shane (Jill) Trahan of Lake Arthur; grandchildren, Peyton, Ethan, Colton ,Addison, Chandler, Blakely, Niko, and River.

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  1. I worked with Ashley for years. He like to joke and kept us laughing. RIP . Sheryl , I’m praying for you and family.

  2. Candle 1We have wonderful memories of Ashley and his family. Our family will never forget him. Prayers for his family.

  3. Candle 1One of the best nurses I’ve had the please of working with. Learned a lot from him that I will forever be grateful for.

  4. Candle 4I never met anyone who loved to start IV’s on people & boy was he good at it! Enjoyed many Evening shifts working with Ashley, Clint ,& Tony. Will never forget you & all the laughs. Praying for Sheryl, kids & entire family. Rest in Peace Ashley!

  5. Candle 1Please accept our deepest condolences to Ashley’s family. I spent some fun times with Ashley and his family when I was a kid. I remember Ashley and my brother Rick got to work together in their nursing careers for a bit. We always enjoyed catching up with Ashley and his family. So very sorry for the pain you all are enduring. Please know we are praying for you all now and in the days ahead. May you each draw comfort and hope in our Lord’s plan of Eternal Life.❤️🙏✝️

    Sincerely,
    Shelly Roe & Family

  6. Candle 3Aunt Mona, Uncle Buford, Shane, and Wahlea,
    We are so very sorry for the loss of your son and brother. Ashley was always pretty cool and laid back, and we always enjoyed speaking with him. Death is so hard on the ones left behind, and may God grant you the strength to get thru this sad and sudden loss of your baby in the family. You are in our hearts and prayers. We will ask good to help sooth your loss and grant you the strength needed to go on with out your loved one. God bless and hold you close to his heart. Our love and prayers,
    Marion and Keith Klumpp


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