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Allen "T-Boy" Joseph Bergeron

February 8, 1966 — April 3, 2019

Allen Joseph “T-Boy” Bergeron, 53, a resident of Patterson, passed away Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at Teche Regional Medical Center.

T-Boy was born on February 8, 1966 in Morgan City, the son of Donald H. Bergeron and Rose D. Bergeron.

T-Boy was a faith fill, God serving man of excellence -boldly and in silence. A great man of faith who had a deep love for the Lord and of all people. T-Boy was the definition of someone who gave generously as he always loved helping people. He looked for things to do daily so that he could help someone in need. He had a huge giving heart and would always stop what he was doing to help anyone, even when he was in tremendous pain. T-Boy was a man of many trades: Carpentry, Plumbing, Electrical, Automotive. But his passion was welding. A trade he practiced for over 33 years. Always a perfectionist, making sure his product was done correctly and with precision. He never knew a stranger and there was never a day when he didn’t have his big smile on his face.

He will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by his wife, Terri Carraway Bergeron of Patterson; three sons, Brandon J. Bergeron, Joshua A. Harmon, both of Texas, Jimmy J. Harmon and wife Tiffany L. Harmon of Utah; three granddaughters, Jasmine Harmon, Ariana Harmon and Brecca Harmon; two brothers, Bobby J. Bergeron and Eric A. Bergeron and wife Ruby Bergeron; three sisters, Donell M. Carraway, Cheryl L. Gonzalez and Tina M. Weaver; one half-sister, Dancy L. Bergeron; three step siblings, Geraldine Soto, Darlene Frye and Gerald Guillory.

His wife defines their relationship as, “A rare love that only comes once in a lifetime.” Never went a day without saying and expressing how much he loved me. Always made me feel special. We never parted whether in person or by phone without saying, “I Love You Too Too Much!”

T-Boy always found a way to encourage others. He would give 125% so the other person would not have to feel short changed. He paid the extra and over and above. Whether he had it or not. He would give his all. T-Boy would always say, “It’s Never Wrong To Do The Right Thing!” T-Boy was always a kidder, when he called others, T-Boy would say, “Answer the phone, I’m not a bill collector.” Smartest man full of life!

I am grateful my son loved, “The Lord.” Something a mother could be the proudest of. I remember how he loved teasing people. One day they were cleaning fish and putting them into a vat of iced water. Tee kept throwing pieces of ice at Pop. Pop told him to stop or he would dunk him in that iced water. Being Tee, he didn’t stop. Pop grabbed him and dunked him into the water, and he came up stuttering. Well Pop made a believer out of him, he stopped throwing ice at Pop.

T-Boy was a good father. Always making people smile and laugh. He took good care of my mother and did so much for me. I love him and I’m going to miss him.

My brother was another Angel from The Lord. The Lord took him too soon. I will miss “Grasshopper” calling me daily asking me, “What’s kicking chicken?” T-Boy was always there for me. Good conservationist, more often advising about, The Lord and Life. Giving guidance on a better view of life. He was a giver and didn’t look for anything in return. T-Boy would always say when asked, “What do I owe you?” he said, “You owe me $5,555.05 cents.” But never wanted the money back. T-Boy loved kids. He spent a lot of time with Jack and Skyland. Always teaching them how to pray and to be children of God. Showing them love, participating in their school activities. He was an over comer of alcohol and tobacco, an example that help me to be strong and overcome my own addictions. I will never forget a time on the beach seeing my brother tuck and roll in front of a bunch of people and end up on his feet saying, “I didn’t spill a drop.” Even today many years later, it still makes us all laugh.

I love T-Boy very much. Grateful he is rejoicing, having a ball with The Lord and not suffering anymore. T-Boy always made me feel special. He introduced me to his church. Never gave up on me. Was always there for me and made time for me. T-Boy would say, “I was his favorite sister in law,” although at the time I was his only sister in law. T-Boy told me recently, “Ruby, I’m going to ask The Lord to keep a door opened up for you.” Best brother in law anyone could ever ask for. I miss him.

Strongest, kindest, most honest man I know. And I am honored, he called me friend. He will always be remembered at my house.

I miss “Fruitloop” so much… There is so much I could brag about my little brother, much has already been told. We communicated often via phone calls and every call was as though we haven’t spoken forever. We could talk for hours about The Lord, His Word, the weather, how each other was doing. What was on our agenda for the day. How grateful he was for Terri. How after all these years it is as though they just got married. He said, “he was the most blessed man he knew.” He always asked about dad, Fred and the family. Close to end the calls became less and less. But when he did call, I would drop everything and talk to him as long as he wanted. And then the calls stopped. I started crying at night to The Lord how much I miss talking to my brother. Sunday before church services. I went to the bookstore and my heart lead me to the rack of shirts. The first shirt was my favorite color blue. Size was small, too small for me. But the only blue one. I looked at it and it read. “Chin up Buttercup,..It wasn’t until I was sitting down that I read it again and saw it actually said, “ Chin up Buttercup, God is in Control- Psalms 46:1.” Psalms 46:1 God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. I cannot imagine my life without T-Boy. Even Now!!!

He will be missed by all who knew him.

T-Boy was preceded in death by his father Donald H. Bergeron; one infant sister, Theresa Bergeron.

Memorial services will be held at Twin City Funeral Home on Monday, April 8, 2019 with a visitation being held from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m., with memorial services at 7:00 p.m.

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