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Nola Melton

October 18, 1936 ~ September 27, 2021

Jennings

Nola Noelani Apo Melton, 84, passed away peacefully in her residence on September 27, 2021, surrounded by her loving family.

Mrs. Melton was born on October 18, 1936, on the Island of Maui, Hawaii. She was raised and lived there for nearly 25 years. She then married the love of her life, James J. Melton and moved to California then eventually moved to Louisiana. She enjoyed playing bingo with her family and friends and often went fishing and crabbing as well.

She is survived by her daughters, Collette (James) McKelroy and Colleen (Kyle Broussard) Melton both of Jennings; Sons, Arthur (Becky) Melton of Mermentau and Jeramey (Melinda) Melton of Lake Charles; six grandchildren and fourteen great-grandchildren

She was preceded in death by her parents; her loving husband James; son, John Melton and one grandson Lee Lantz, all of Jennings.

The family is respecting Ms. Nola’s wishes with cremation under the direction of Miguez Funeral Home.

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  1. Nola ALWAYS had a smile on her face… she seemed to love life, no matter how it came. I am honored to have known her and know she is at peace with our Father!

  2. May you all find comfort in God’s Good Graces!
    With loving memories
    Aunty Aldine, Aunty Honey, Aunty Lily and Aunty Iris

  3. So sorry for your loss. I enjoyed the times we all got together. That is the best picture of her. So happy. Prayers of comfort for you all.

  4. May you all find comfort in God’s Good Graces!
    With loving memories
    Aunty Aldine, Aunty Honey, Aunty Lily and Aunty Iris

  5. She was one of the sweetest ladies .loved talking to her.she will be missed by many because she was loved by many RIP Mrs Nola

  6. She was one of the sweetest ladies.lved talking with her.She will be missed by many because she was loved by many.Rest in peace with the LordMrs Nola.

  7. Nola & I grew up together as childhood & best friends up until high school. We lost touch for several years & not seen or heard from her until my first husband Barry & I flew to Jennings to meet her family. She married James & I married Barry & moved to Mt. Holly, NC . We had the best of times going to church together, then the movies . I loved Nola & I will her dearly. She always has a smile on her face, a cute laugh & she loved the Lord as I did.


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