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Boyce Aaron “Bob” Pardue (03-05-2015)
Photo of Boyce Aaron “Bob” PardueFuneral services for
Boyce A. “Bob” Pardue age
78 of Kelly were held 2:30
p.m. on Tuesday March 3,
2015, in the Columbia chapel
of Riser Funeral Home
with Rev. Joe Aguillard offi -
ciating. Interment followed
in the Old Bethel Cemetery
at Clarks. Visitation was on
Monday March 2, 2015 at the
funeral home from 4-9 p.m.
Boyce Aaron Pardue,
known by everyone as
“Bob,” was born on January
7, 1937, in Marion to
the union of his parents,
Andrew Dewey Pardue and Linne Eva Graves Pardue.
He passed from this life on Saturday, February 28, 2015, at
the St. Francis Medical Center following a brief illness.
Bob retired as an operations engineer, having worked
on numerous gas pipelines throughout the country. After
retirement he went to work with the Caldwell Parish
Sheriffs offi ce and worked there for the last 19 years. Bob
was a farmer, cattleman, hunter and had a great love for
animals and for people, which was returned greatly. Bob
also served in the United States Army and was a member
of Kelly Baptist Church.
He was preceded in death by: His parents; his fi rst wife,
Betty Taylor Pardue; and by his brother in law, Wilbur Taylor.
Those left to cherish his memory are: His wife: Evelyn
Grant Pardue of Kelly; his son, Bobby Pardue and wife
Donna Collins Pardue of Kelly; his stepsons – Samuel
Greenwood and wife Gail of Kelly, and Randy Greenwood
of Kelly; his daughter, Jenea Clark and husband Timothy
Clark of Kelly; stepdaughter Kathryn Naquin and
husband Jim of Urania; grandchildren Clayton Pardue,
Stephanie Pardue, Dustin Clark, Brittany Clark Rider, and
Colton Clark; two brothers – Jerry Pardue and wife Susie
of Houston, Texas and Elton Pardue and wife Susan of
Farmerville; two sisters – Annette Daniels and husband
Jerry of Farmerville and Sylvia Jean Wimberly and Powell
McAlpin of Monroe; brothers and sisters-in-law Buddy
and Ethyl James, Bill and Mary Taylor, and Charles “Rabbit”
Taylor and Pat Taylor and Frances Taylor.
Serving as pallbearers were Michael Wimberly, John Taylor,
John Rider, Rob Taylor, Todd Williams, Roddy Pardue,
Eddie James, Larry Adams, Dustin Hatten, Lee Scribner and
Honorary pallbearers were Clarence Moore, Huey Bonner,
Glen Grant, Mickey Hillman, Bud Kinnison, Sheriff Steve
May and the entire Caldwell Parish Sheriffs Offi ce.
In lieu of fl owers any planned memorials may be made
in memory of Bob Pardue to Kelly Baptist Church, P.O.
Box 159, Kelly, LA 71441
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