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Louis Grillot Obituary: “Former senator Louis Grillot is no more. For the Côte d’Or he was a parliamentarian driven by common sense. This good sense of the people of the land as our department knows how to give. For the citizens of his village of Censerey, he was Loulou, the mayor, but above all the breeder attached to the quality of his land. For me, Louis Grillot was one of my fathers, the one who, after lunch at my house, asked me to succeed him in the Senate to represent the mayors of Côte-d’Or. I remain to this day always honored by this mark of confidence. This confidence has since guided me in my political choices and reminds me each time how much Loulou, Papa, or Senator Grillot were parliamentarians for whom ethics and respect for others were a sine qua non of exercise of power. A righteousness that the mayors have each time rewarded by giving him their trust. I am obviously thinking of his family, his loved ones and all those who met him, those he helped and all those who lost a small part of their existence with his death.” Full Obituary
Edward Joseph Grillot Obituary: Edward Joseph Grillot was born July 6, 1949, to Forrest and Dorothy (Wehrman) Grillot in Piqua, Ohio. He graduated from high school in Pleasant Valley, Iowa, and continued his education at Scott Community College. Ed enlisted into the U.S. Navy SeaBees, serving in Vietnam as a heavy-duty mechanic. He married Chris Murphy on June 21, 1975, at St. John Vianney Catholic Church in Bettendorf. The couple resided in rural Wheatland where they raised their 3 sons. Ed worked as a maintenance welder at ALCOA until retiring in 2004. They later moved to DeWitt. Ed was a proud Vietnam Veteran. He was a man of strong faith in God, and was a member of Sts. Philip & James Catholic Church in Grand Mound. He held lifetime memberships in the Iowa Trappers Association, National Trappers Association, and the N.R.A. He was also a member of Fur Takers of America, VVA 776, Veterans Car Club of the Quad Cities, and the Knights of Columbus Council 959. Ed had an encyclopedic knowledge of animal behavior, trapping, and the outdoors. He was passionate about conservation and sharing his vast experience and skills with the next generation. Ed was a consummate “tinkerer”, and loved creating beauty out of junk. Ed had a huge ornery streak evidenced by the unmistakable twinkle in his eye. He was a generous and caring person, the first to show up to help, and the last to leave. Ed was an avid collector of the unique, and had more than one of what you never knew you needed. He always listened more than he talked, but when he did speak, everyone listened. Ed was a real straight shooter, and there was never any question about where you stood with him. Full Obituary
Marion Charles Grillot Obituary: Loving father of Sr. Gwendolyn Ann Grillot, O. Carm., Andre Marie West (Leland), Gary Charles Grillot (Beth), Roy Gerard Grillot (Janet), Stephen Charles Grillot (Grace), John Gregory Grillot (Lisa), and Michelle Marie Mayfield (Joe). He was preceded in death by his parents, Sidney Louis Grillot, Sr. and Marion Gerard Grillot; two brothers, Sidney Louis Grillot, Jr. and Irwin Charles Grillot; and one sister, Lois Marie Bonneval. He was affectionately known as “Pappy” to his beloved 23 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Pete was born and raised in New Orleans. He served in the U. S. Navy during World War II. Upon returning, he graduated from Tulane University, earning degrees in both civil and mechanical engineering. He worked for Cary B. Gamble and Associates, Energy Designs, and was a member of ASHRAE. Pete was also a former member of Knights of Columbus, Council No. 4449. The family would like to acknowledge the compassion and dignity shown by the care managers at Sunrise Assisted Living, where he established many friendships. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Funeral Mass at Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home, 5100 Pontchartrain Blvd. in New Orleans, on Wednesday, July 6, 2016 at 12 noon. A visitation will be held at the funeral home beginning at 10:00AM. Interment will be private. Full Obituary
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