Anthony Boudreaux

3/30/1963 ~ 12/21/2020

Our beloved Father, Son, Brother and Uncle Brett Anthony Boudreaux 57, passed away peacefully, surrounded by loved ones on Monday December 21, 2020 after a rough battle with Cancer. Brett was born on March 30, 1963 in Baton Rouge, to Ernest and Dixie Boudreaux of Plaquemine, Louisiana. Born the fourth child out of five, Brett lived his early years in Louisiana, and moved to Mt. Pleasant, Utah in 1968 where he attended elementary through high school.
He lived most of his life in Sanpete county. Sanpete loved Brett as much as he loved it. He spent a lot of time up on the mountain, and when he wasn’t playing he was working. A skilled carpenter and craftsman, Brett would spend countless hours driving around the county pointing out homes and cabins he had previously worked on.
Before his passing, Brett was hoping to reunite with the mother of his children Allison, so they could watch their family grow alongside one another. Brett will be remembered for his hilarious personality, his giant heart, and his love for friends, family, he absolutely adored his grandson Alberto Jr., and animals.
Brett is survived by: His children Nicholas, Damien, Ashley and Tessa, His best friend Allison, Brother Larry Boudreaux , Sisters Nannette Boudreaux, and Susie Allred. Brother in law Thomas Allred, Mother Dixie Murdock (David), grandchild Alberto Jr. and many nieces, nephews and many friends. He was preceded in death by his father Ernest, Brother Caldon Joseph, Step Father Norman Brunger, and Nephew Josh Maynard.
A graveside service will be held for family and close friends only Wednesday, December 30, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. in the Mt. Pleasant City Cemetery, due to Covid 19 restrictions. Online condolences at rasmussenmortuary.comT

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4 Responses to “Anthony Boudreaux”

  1. Teri R Beamish says:

    I am so sorry for your lost. Brett will be so missed by so many.
    I have wonderful memories of times with him and your family.

  2. Amanda Frutos says:

    So sorry for your loss he will be missed. Thinking of you all.

  3. Verla Smith says:

    Our deepest sympathy at the passing of Brett, may you be comforted in the memories of your lives together.

  4. Verla Smith says:

    Our deepest sympathy, may you find comfort in memories of your lives together.