Kenner Obituaries

Kenner Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Kenner, LA

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  • Monday | via 

    Man huffed stolen dust cleaner at 2 Walmarts on day ...

    Austin Boyles, 23, is accused of stealing dust cleaner and huffing the cans at two Kenner Walmarts before a confrontation with police on Thursday . Boyles later died at a Kenner hospital following a medical emergency.


  • Friday Jul 13 | via 

    Kenner man Tased after huffing dust cleaner at Walma...

    Austin Boyles, 23, died at a local hospital after his arrest for inhaling dust cleaner and struggle with officers on July 12, 2018. A suspect who locked himself into the bathroom of a Kenner Walmart, huffed dust cleaner and was shocked with a stun gun during a struggle with officers later died at a local hospital Thursday night , according to the Kenner Police Department.


  • Friday Jul 13 | via Sea Coast Echo 

    Dale Leveson Conravey

    He retired after 17 1/2 years of dedicated service with the New Orleans Fire Department in New Orleans, LA. He was a member of the Sons of American Legion and a member of Post 3253 Bay St. Louis VFW Auxiliary.


  • Monday Jul 9 | via Herald Star Online 

    Today in History

    In 1540, England's King Henry VIII had his 6-month-old marriage to his fourth wife, Anne of Cleves, annulled.


  • Friday Jul 6 | via Sea Coast Echo 

    David Wayne Pulliam, Sr.

    David Wayne Pulliam, Sr., 62, of Bay St. Louis, MS passed away on Monday, July 2, 2018 in Bay St. Louis, MS. He is survived by his 2 sons, Brian Pulliam of River Ridge, LA, David Wayne Pulliam, Jr. of Kenner, LA, partner, Barbara Toney of Bay St. Louis, MS, step daughter, Robin, 2 brothers, Dewey Pulliam of Kiln, MS, Vinson L. Pulliam of Picayune, MS, 2 sisters, Myrtis Dyer of Fort Smith, AR, Billie Ruth Smith, and grandchildren, Kaila, Natalie, Avery, Aiden, Jessie and Jacob and several nieces and nephews.


  • Jun 15, 2018 | via The Advocate 

    'Great man and a greater friend': Bill Curl, longtim...

    This photo is taken from the Superdome's Twitter site to let people know that it would be lights out at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and the Smoothie King Center on Friday in remembrance of Bill Curl and his work at the two facilities and in the New Orleans sports community. Curl was a longtime spokesman for the Superdome.