Angela Gayle Trahan

January 31, 1955 – May 23, 2022

Angela “Gayle” Trahan departed this life on May 23, 2022.  Angela was born January 31, 1955, to the late Thomas Marshall Trahan, Sr., and Constance Jean Broussard Trahan.

Angela leaves to morn her four (4) children:  Ernest Wayne Henderson Jr., Austin Thomas Henderson (Hannah), Zenikia Henderson Blocker (Octavis), Anthony Lamar Turner, Sr.  The loves of her life her grandchildren: Josiah Henderson, Isaiah Henderson, Treyvon Henderson, Ariana Barber, and Cali, Lil Austin Henderson, Jr., Tasia Henderson, Octavia Blocker, Heru Blocker, Yasmine Turner, Mya Turner, Anthony Turner, Jr., and Regatt Turner. Siblings: Thomas Marshall Trahan, Jr., Erin Trinell Trahan-Lopez, Stella Trahan Nettles, Ida Trahan-Bell (Charles) Moses Broussard, Dwight Broussard, Christine Broussard, Linda Broussard. Special friend of many years Betty Grant and Anthony Cape. Host of nieces (Birdie), nephews (Armari), relatives and friends.

Angela known to all as Gayle was born in Port Arthur, Texas and moved to Sebastopol, California at the age of 12 years to reside with her grandparents:  Alton and Mary Broussard.  Gayle touched the hearts of many and always said she loved you she will be missed.

If you would like to visit her family and attend the memorial services for Angela, we welcome you.

Location:             Eggen & Lance Chapel

Date:                    Saturday, June 25, 2022

Time:                   Visitation: 11am-11:30am/ Memorial: 11:30am-2:00pm

Live Streaming:

Texas Viewers – 1:00pm / California 11:00am

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7 replies
  1. Erin Trahan Lopez
    Erin Trahan Lopez says:

    You are missed! Oh the late night talks before going to bed. I know that you loved me because those were your final words at the end of all our conversations. If I knew on 5/22/22 that it was the last time I would hear your voice, I would have extended our conversation, but you never complained of discomfort. I hung up because I knew I would talk to you the next morning. I could hear a difference in your voice but thought you were just nasal, I asked so many questions that night but was reassured it will be ok in the morning when I check on you again. I am so glad I persistently called you that night back to back. God knew I would have been devastated if I missed that last call. Thank you Lord for working thru me to be there for my sister. I love and miss hearing your voice but God knew best!! I am good with knowing you are with the Lord you are in the right place…I love you, Sissy.

  2. Gail Mouton Davis
    Gail Mouton Davis says:

    As believers, we know, she’s with the King. As she walks the streets of gold, she sees the many mansions. All is well with her soul.

    Our Heavenly Father has His Loving Arms around you, all. He will give you, comfort, peace and strength now and in the days to come. 🙏🏾💗

  3. Annette Gatejen
    Annette Gatejen says:

    Dearest Family,
    In this time of grief, please know you are in our thoughts and in our hearts. Your memories of your Mom will always be with you. You will see her in your children’s smiles. You will feel her at your side whenever you need encouragement. You will always have her love.
    Aunty Nette and Uncle Kurt


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