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Mr. Kerry 'Bull Moose' Dwight Dalco

November 6, 1951 - August 6, 2018

Burial Date: August 11, 2018

Funeral Home Comeaux Community Funeral Chapel

Church Comeaux-Community Funeral Chapel

Saturday (08/11): Gathering of Friends & Family – 10AM; Memorial Service – 11AM, Comeaux Community Funeral Chapel; Interment – Private

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Bull Moose passed peacefully from this life the morning of August 6, 2018 at home among his family.  Bull was born November 6, 1951 to Martha Jean and George Dalco.

Kerry  was preceded in death by his parents Martha Jean Breaux Dages and George Dalco,  Wife Lynn August Dalco, Brother John “Plute” Dalco, Nephews Wesley Harrison and Cory Joubert Sr., Uncle Wille Lee Breaux, Aunt Lois Etta Breaux Roberts.

Bull was best known for his Love for his family and friends and his Heart of Gold which was because of his Love and Relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ!! 

Kerry  leaves to cherish his memory Wife Beverley W. Dalco, daughters Sharonda, Michelle, Ronetta, Brittany and sons Clifford and Clyde, stepdaughters Eleanor and Rainye’, Sisters Natalie Dalco Williams and Janice “J-LO” Dages, Brothers Michael Dalco and Shawn Dages, Brother from the heart Bob Griffin, 20 grandchildren, cousins, nieces/great nieces, nephews/great nephews, all those he called his children and a host of many many Loved friends.

Bull will always be remembered for his Heart of Gold and Loved Living Life His Way!!

Ever wondered where Bull got his name from?  He took it himself from President Theodore Roosevelt “Bull Moose” in a speech after being shot in a failed assassination attempt in 1912.

Quote “It takes more than that to Kill a “Bull Moose”.


Bull Moose Lived

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