In memory of
Lauren Marie Lartigue Horridge
In memory of
Lauren Marie Lartigue Horridge
Lauren Marie Lartigue Horridge passed away on the evening of June 21, 2020, at the age of 60 years in the company of her loving family. Her beloved husband of 40 years, Edward C. Horridge III, survives her. Lauren is also survived by her three children, Griffin Edward Horridge (Kathryn Lee Horridge), Sean Christopher Horridge and Mallory Virginia Horridge; her four siblings, C.W. Lartigue IV, Donna Rae Maggio, Christopher W. Lartigue, M.D., and Laurette Elaine Jacob; and by her two grandchildren, Brady Edward Horridge and Hayden Margaret Horridge. Lauren was born to parents Clement Wickliff Lartigue III and Virginia Rae Sugarek Lartigue on November 12, 1959, in New Orleans, Louisiana. A native of New Orleans, Lauren treasured her life as a gift and chose devoting it selflessly to others. Whether family, friends, or those encountered in her medical profession (patients, associates, and medical staff), one of her greatest attributes was compassion towards those in need. A graduate of Chapelle High School in 1977, Lauren entered the University of New Orleans to obtain the pre-requisites toward her first step in the field of medicine. In 1979, Lauren embarked on a 32-year medical career by completing the Program for Surgical Technology at Ochsner Foundation Hospital. In 1997, Lauren received her degree from LSU School of Nursing and launched a 23-year career with St. Tammany Parish Hospital. For the past 14 years, Lauren served with excellence as the Director of the Covington Surgery Center. While excelling in her professional endeavors, Lauren was highly respected amongst her peers and throughout the medical field; however, Lauren's talents and achievements extended well beyond the workplace. As much as she enjoyed her professional career, Lauren refused to let her work compromise time spent with her family. She loved and cared for her family beyond measure and touched each family member in a special way. Those who benefited most from Lauren's profound love for life were her husband, children, and grandchildren, who will forever remember her as their LuLu. Always leading the way with her genuine, charismatic smile, Lauren shared her love of life with those around her, and you could never get enough of her. Lauren will leave behind as her legacy the love of life and the values she instilled in her family that are a true testament to her Catholic faith. Lauren will forever be missed, but leaves behind lasting, wonderful memories to those touched by her love and kindness. Lauren has moved on to her eternal resting place in our Father's Heavenly Kingdom. Relatives and friends of Lauren Marie Lartigue Horridge are invited to Grace Funeral Home & St. Lazarus of Bethany Memorial Garden at 450 Holy Trinity Drive, Covington, Louisiana on Wednesday, July 1st. Visitation will begin at 9:00 AM, followed by a Funeral Mass and Interment, beginning at 11:00 AM. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Lauren's memory may be made to the Lustgarten Foundation. The online guestbook may be viewed and signed at www.gracenorthshore.com.
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Lauren Marie Lartigue Horridge
Lauren Marie Lartigue Horridge passed away on the evening of June 21, 2020, at the age of 60 years in the company of her loving family. Her beloved husband of 40 years, Edward C. Horridge III, survives her. Lauren is also survived by her three children, Griffin Edward Horridge (Kathryn Lee Horridge), Sean Christopher Horridge and Mallory Virginia Horridge; her four siblings, C.W. Lartigue IV, Donna Rae Maggio, Christopher W. Lartigue, M.D., and Laurette Elaine Jacob; and by her two grandchildren, Brady Edward Horridge and Hayden Margaret Horridge. Lauren was born to parents Clement Wickliff Lartigue III and Virginia Rae Sugarek Lartigue on November 12, 1959, in New Orleans, Louisiana. A native of New Orleans, Lauren treasured her life as a gift and chose devoting it selflessly to others. Whether family, friends, or those encountered in her medical profession (patients, associates, and medical staff), one of her greatest attributes was compassion towards those in need. A graduate of Chapelle High School in 1977, Lauren entered the University of New Orleans to obtain the pre-requisites toward her first step in the field of medicine. In 1979, Lauren embarked on a 32-year medical career by completing the Program for Surgical Technology at Ochsner Foundation Hospital. In 1997, Lauren received her degree from LSU School of Nursing and launched a 23-year career with St. Tammany Parish Hospital. For the past 14 years, Lauren served with excellence as the Director of the Covington Surgery Center. While excelling in her professional endeavors, Lauren was highly respected amongst her peers and throughout the medical field; however, Lauren's talents and achievements extended well beyond the workplace. As much as she enjoyed her professional career, Lauren refused to let her work compromise time spent with her family. She loved and cared for her family beyond measure and touched each family member in a special way. Those who benefited most from Lauren's profound love for life were her husband, children, and grandchildren, who will forever remember her as their LuLu. Always leading the way with her genuine, charismatic smile, Lauren shared her love of life with those around her, and you could never get enough of her. Lauren will leave behind as her legacy the love of life and the values she instilled in her family that are a true testament to her Catholic faith. Lauren will forever be missed, but leaves behind lasting, wonderful memories to those touched by her love and kindness. Lauren has moved on to her eternal resting place in our Father's Heavenly Kingdom. Relatives and friends of Lauren Marie Lartigue Horridge are invited to Grace Funeral Home & St. Lazarus of Bethany Memorial Garden at 450 Holy Trinity Drive, Covington, Louisiana on Wednesday, July 1st. Visitation will begin at 9:00 AM, followed by a Funeral Mass and Interment, beginning at 11:00 AM. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Lauren's memory may be made to the Lustgarten Foundation. The online guestbook may be viewed and signed at www.gracenorthshore.com.
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