Lance Ramon Brignac, born on October 5, 1960, passed away peacefully in his sleep at his home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on May 16, 2017.
He is survived by his loving wife Julie Counce Brignac, his two sons, Nicholas Windom Brignac and Christopher Daniel Brignac, his mother Patricia Lambert Brignac, three brothers and sisters-in-law Michael Brignac (Shauna), Malcolm Brignac (Laura), Len Brignac (Jennifer), and a sister Patricia Brignac Talbot. His nieces and nephews, Justin Moe, Bryan Brignac, Rebecca Brignac, Ben Brignac, Timothy Brignac, Daniel Brignac, Addison Talbot, and Amelia Talbot.
He was preceded in death by his father Windom R. Brignac; his grandparents, Valentine Brignac and Marie Agnes Brignac, Dave Lambert and Aline Broussard Lambert.
Lance was a proud graduate of Catholic High School and Louisiana State University. Lance worked for 28 years at Jacobs Engineering in numerous positions. He loved LSU football and baseball, and was an avid fisherman. He enjoyed nothing more than spending time at his camp on False River (“Got One!”) and cooking for family and friends, as long as the beer was cold.
Visitation will be at noon on Friday, May 19th at St. George Catholic Church until Mass of Christian Burial at 2 pm celebrated by Fr. Paul Counce. Burial at St. George Mausoleum. Pallbearers will be his lifelong friends Flint Virgets, Will Pecue, Eric Balkom, Eddie Lamy, Mike Barber, and his Godchild, Bryan Brignac.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to St. George Catholic Church, St. Joseph’s Academy (Sr. Adele Lambert Scholarship), or St. Joseph Cathedral.
To all of the Brignac and Counce Family and friends, my deepest sympathies. Fond memories of all of you! 🙏💐
Karen Kleinpeter LindseyMadisonville, LA
I just wanted to tell you how sorry I am and that you and your family are in my prayers. Lance doesn't need them as he is now in a better place. I lost my sister unexpectedly last Sept. and it is one of the hardest things I have been through and am still going through. Just try to remember the good times and know that he is now your angel. Hugs and best wishes
Cat Cancienne Miller, LA
Malcolm, I just wanted to say once again how truly sorry i am for the loss of your brother to your whole family. I will indeed pray fervently for healing and peace to quickly surround you and yours, and will be keeping all of you in my thoughts.
Bill AtkinsonBATON ROUGE, LA
Julie and Patricia,
My heart goes out to both of you. I am still in shock and just thinking of all the memories I have of Lance who was always just so happy. I will keep you and your families in my prayers. Anita Parsons King
Anita Parsons KingBaton Rouge, LA
My sincerest condolences on your loss! May God's hand touch you and your family in this time of need.
ross milesBaton Rouge, LA