Earl Broussard Jr. was born on March 1, 1942, in Iowa Louisiana to the parents of Earl Broussard Sr. and Gracie Francois Broussard. He Was baptized at age 11 at Good Hope Baptist Church in West Lake Louisiana. He attended and graduated from Mossville High School located in West Lake Louisiana. After high school, Earl traveled the Northeastern parts of the United States. Then he decided to settle in Los Angeles, California. He lived in Los Angeles for 30-plus years. There he met and later married Eloise Andrews. With this marriage, they raised one daughter Kiandra Andrews-Broussard. After the years spent in Los Angeles, he decided to move back to Louisiana where he lived for 20-plus years. He was then convinced in 2018 by his brother Noble and sister-in-law Louise to relocate to El Paso Texas which was his final home. While in El Paso, he often attended Fort Bliss Gospel Service with his brother and sister-in-law until the COVID outbreak. Earl lived life his way until our Father called him home.
During Earl’s life, he worked as a Break Master, a Warehouse Foreman, and a cross-country truck driver where he dedicated over 16 years before he retired.
Earl was proceeded in death by his parents Earl Sr, and Gracie, his stepmom Irma, his sister Bobbie Jean, nephews Isaac “Rabbit”, Otis, and Timothy “Too”.
He leaves to morn his passing, daughter Kiandra (Terence) Benton of Corona, California, brother Noble (Louise) Broussard Sr. of El Paso Texas, two sisters Emma Lamotthe of Dallas Texas, Bernadine “Mop” Davy of Texas City Texas, brother-in-law Isaac Jackson of Lake Charles Louisiana, two grandsons Elijah and Andrew Walker both of Corona California, a host of nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends who all love him dearly.
Visitation will begin at 11:00 am with a Funeral Service at 12:00pm on Friday July 01, 2022 at Unity Missionary Baptist Church, 4601 Maxwell Ave. Committal Service will be between 1:30pm- 2:00pm on Friday, July 01, 2022 at Restlawn Memorial Park Cemetery, 4848 Alps Drive.
Services entrusted to Sunset Funeral Homes-Northeast. Please visit his online memorial at www.sunsetfuneralhomes.net.