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Memorial for James "Shorty" Candies. We will miss you.

Memorial for James "Shorty" Candies. We will miss you.

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    • Born: July 8, 1937
    • Died: December 29, 2011
    • Age: 74
    • Graduate of: Hahnville High School Class of 1956
    • Retired: Port Captain for Otto Candies Inc.
    • Wife: Evelyn Lilly Candies
    • Daughter and Son-in-law: Davlynn and Bob Coriell
    • Son and Daughter-in-law: Tim and Kim Candies
    • Son and Daughter-in-law: Garret and Pam Candies
    • Son and Daughter-in-law: Darid and Shanon Candies
    • Brother and Sister-in-law: Marshall and Cindy Candies
    • Brother-in-law: Roy Cornwell
    • 8 Grandchildren
    • 3 Step - Grandchildren
    • 6 Great Grandchildren
    • 3 Step - Great Grandchildren
    • Father: James “Jimmy” Candies Sr.
    • Mother: Doris Candies
    • Sister: Elnora “Nunnie” Cornwell
    • Great Grandchild: Kaleb Joshua Candies
    • You were a Great Husband,
    • a Great Father,
    • and a Great Provider.
    • I Miss You Already!
    I LOVE YOU! Evelyn
    • Daddy you will forever be in my heart.
    • See you later “Short Stuff”.
    • I Love You,
    • Your Daughter
    • I got your message.
    • Rest in peace.
    • Love, Tim
    • Dad you are my hero, my best friend, my teacher. You have taught me well.
    • I will carry on your legacy for the rest of my life.
    • I will never forget all the good times we had.
    • As for the bad times, we never had any
    • that I can remember.
    • I will always love
    • and cherish you forever.
    • Life without you will be hard,
    • but you taught me that nothing in life is easy,
    • so I'll drive on being the man you raised me to be.
    • Love you always, Your son Garret!!!
    • Pop,
    • You left me physically, but not mentally,
    • I will always keep you in my thoughts and prayers
    • You gave me the strength and courage I need to be the man I am
    • You provided my mom the love and grace to make us a family
    • You lived your life to the fullest and taught me how to do the same
    • You taught me the importance of loving family
    • You taught me how to learn from my mistakes and move on
    • You taught me how to have courage, spread laughter, and cheer
    • You are my inspiration
    • You are my life
    • You are my Pop
    • Rest in Peace Pop!
    • Love, your son,
    • Darid (AKA-BABY)
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  • Graduation 1956
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  • Shorty, and Owen Shorty and Owen Shorty and Aunt Velma
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    • God saw you getting tired
    • And a cure was not to be,
    • So He put His arms around you
    • And whispered “come with me”
    • With tearful eyes we watched you suffer
    • And saw you fade way.
    • Although we loved you dearly,
    • We could not make you stay.
    • A golden heart stopped beating,
    • Laying loving hands at rest
    • God broke our hearts to prove to us
    • He only takes the best.
    1937-2011