August 19, 1958 - March 14, 2020
Nick L. Loeb was born on August 19, 1958 to the late Gerald Pratt Loeb and Selena Flanagan in Beaumont, Texas.
Nick was a graduate of Beaumont Charlton Pollard High School class of 1976 and of Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Service in Houston, Texas.
Nick was a United States Army veteran. Anybody who knows Nick………Knew without a doubt that he was an avid die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan. He was a licensed funeral director and embalmer with Comeaux Community Funeral Chapel in Beaumont and Gabriel Funeral Home in Port Arthur. He also loved being in the funeral industry. Nick took great pride in his work as both a funeral director and embalmer.
He was a charter member of Ark of the Covenant Baptist Church which he help to build in 2002 until his passing under pastoral leadership of Dr. Helen Duriso Guillory. Nick became a deacon at the church and was promoted the Senior Deacon of the church.
On Saturday, March 14, 2020 Nick transitioned from this earthly life to his eternal rest at his home with loved ones in Beaumont.
Precious memories are left to his wife, Cheryl “Cherry” Duriso Loeb; sons, Jonathan Griffin, Ivy Duriso (Tamekka), Byron Gauthier (Ashley); daughters, Illema Griffing Brown (Kahl), Jessica Loeb and Krystal Loeb; mother, Delma Loeb; father-in-law, Gabriel F. Duriso, and mother-in-law, Dr. Helen Guillory (Roosevelt) who treated him as a son; brothers, Darrell Loeb, Kelvin Mitchell-Loeb, Gerald Hill (Melynda), and Avery Lamb; sisters, Yolanda Lang, Caesonia Allen and Daphne Alexander; his a host of grandchildren and great grandchildren, nephews and nieces; other relatives and friends.
On Friday, March 27, 2020 there will be visitation from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. at Comeaux Community Funeral Chapel, 624 Irma St in Beaumont. He will take his earthly rest at the National VA Cemetery in Houston, Texas on Monday, March 30th, 2020.
There will be a memorial service announced at a later date.
**Please use the entrance doors for the main chapel. As we can only allow 10 people in at any one given time due to the coronavirus pandemic.**
***Nick Loeb’s wife, Cheryl “Cherry” Loeb and family would like to express her deepest gratitude for all the love, support and prayers shown to them during this trying time. Love you Judge Tom Gillam III, Giovanna Donaldson, Larkisha Clayton and home care provider Jackie Wells more than you know and I appreciate the kindness and support that has been extended to me during this time.