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Saturday, November 18, 2023
11:00am - 12:00pm (Central time)
George Dane Broussard, age 57, passed away on October 13, 2023, at his home in Spring, Texas.
Dane was born on March 21, 1966, in Morgan City, Louisiana, the son of the late Dr. George Earl Broussard and Anna Cossey Broussard.
Dane graduated from Louisiana State University in 1989 with a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. He established his own company "Ergeaux.com", building a highly successful professional career.
Dane loved his Cajun culture roots, family, friends, colleagues and his dogs. Unique, complex, and highly intelligent, he was beloved for his exceptional warmth and heartfelt caring. Wherever Dane went, a sense of fun and adventure followed, and he was the life of countless stories and escapades.
Dane possessed a remarkable ability to connect with people from all walks of life. His warm and approachable demeanor, coupled with a perpetual smile, made him a friend to everyone he met. Whether he found himself in a room filled with corporate executives or alongside a teenager embarking on their first job, Dane's boundless affection and genuine interest in people never wavered. He effortlessly forged countless friendships, demonstrating a generosity that knew no limits. Always there to lend a helping hand, send a thoughtful gift and gorgeous flowers. Dane’s graciousness was bountiful.
Dane cherished nature and the great outdoors, especially as an ardent hunter and fisherman. Some of Dane's fondest memories included fishing with his Dad, siblings, and dear friends along the gulf coast. His passions were diverse, and he held a special place in his heart for golf, embarking on countless memorable journeys across the states with his friends.
Traveling was another joy he embraced, with Mexico being one of his favorite destinations. Whether it was Dallas, Austin, Houston, California or Taiwan, he charmed so many. Frequent trips to his Louisiana hometown and reuniting with family brought him immense happiness.
Dane's appreciation for a wide range of music, poetry and the arts was instilled in him by his loving mother, Anna. Music and art were a source of inspiration and joy in his life. From Mozart to Pink Floyd to Joe Bonamassa to Led Zeppelin, Dane had an appreciation for the vast spectrum of musical genres. Notably, his favorite movies were "Amadeus" and "Top Gun".
Dane loved sports, especially LSU and Drew Brees. His unwavering devotion to his beloved LSU Tigers showcased his loyalty and deep connection to his alma mater. Dane's enthusiasm for LSU was undoubtedly a part of what made him such a special and passionate person to experience great sports memories with. On any fall Saturday, you could be certain he'd be wholeheartedly cheering on his beloved LSU Tigers football team, showcasing the same enthusiasm and loyalty that characterized his entire life.
Dane loved his family. He was preceded in death by his father Dr. George Earl Broussard and uncle Timothy Cossey. Those left to cherish Dane’s memory include his mother, Anna Cossey Broussard of Berwick Louisiana; sister, Dr. Dana Broussard and brother in-law Jeff Newton of Raleigh, NC; Brother Dr. Charles Broussard and sister-in-law Stephanie Broussard, nephews Landon Broussard and Lane Broussard all of Berwick Louisiana; aunts and uncles, Dana and Becky Cossey, Patsy Cossey, Clare Cheramie, cousins and close friends.
A Celebration of Dane’s Life will be held at 11:00 am central on Saturday, November 18, 2023 at the Atkinson Memorial Presbyterian Church at 212 Fourth St, Morgan City, LA 70380.
The family will greet friends and family immediately following the service in the fellowship hall next to the church. Light hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be served.
Dane’s inurnment with immediate family will be held at 2:30 pm at the Berwick Garden Crypt Memorial. Twin City Funeral Home of Morgan City Louisiana is assisting the Broussard family. Online condolences may be made at https://www.twincityfh.com/
Dane's legacy will live on through his loving family, treasured friendships, adventures he embarked upon, and the passion he shared with those around him. He will be remembered as a person who brightened the lives of many and left a positive mark on the world. May he rest in peace as one who lived life in so many remarkable ways.