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Goldie Margaret Blanchard Roddy, 78, a native of Napoleonville and a resident of Houma, born, August 24, 1936 and passed away on Monday, June 01, 2015.

Visitation will be Saturday, June 6, 2015 at St. Francis Cathedral Houma, LA from 9:30am - 10:30am

A Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10:30am on Saturday, June 6, 2015 at St. Francis Cathedral, Houma, LA

Burial will be at a later date.

Survived by:
Sons - Rodney Paul Roddy and companion Lisa Rogers Cinnater and Philip James Roddy and wife Mona

Daughter - Cynthia Roddy Naquin and husband Chris

Brother - Charles J. Blanchard, Jr.

Sisters - Alice Pellegrin, Jane Bergeron, and Kate Repp

Grandchildren - Laine M. Billiot, Michael Melancon, Jr., Lance Paul Melancon, Mandy R. Breaux, Philip Joseph Roddy, Dustin Roddy, Ryan Roddy, Seth Roddy, Kade Roddy, and Travis Roddy.

Great grandchldren - Haley Bergeron, Heidi Billiot, Hayley Billiot, Sergio Billiot, Jr., Gray and Juliette Melancon, Hanson Breaux, Taylor Andersen, and Presley Melancon.

Preceded in death by:
Parents - Charles and Levie Daigle Blanchard, Sr.
Brother - Carl "Tommy" Blanchard
Sister - Dianne Blanchard Domangue

The family would like to extend their deepest appreciation to the staff of the Suites of Sugar Mill Point and of Haydel Memorial Hospice, who took great care of Goldie through her battle with Alzheimers disease. A special thank you to her oldest grand daughter Laine Melancon Billiot for the years of dedicated care to her beloved grandmother.

Goldie was a wonderful mother, grandmother and friend to the many people she knew and worked with through her many years in her banking career. She worked at Terrebonne Bank, Progressive Bank, Chase Manhattan Bank in New York City and finally at South LA Bank.

She loved cooking, gardening and playing scrabble with her family and friends. She was always "feeding" her childrens friends as they were all growing up and her home was always full of teenagers and she enjoyed having them all over at any time.

She will be greatly missed by those who knew her and loved her.