June 23, 1935 - November 8, 2021

Marie Therese Lemoine Juneau, age 86, passed away peacefully on November 8 in Richardson, TX.
Marie was born on June 23, 1935, in Cottonport, LA, to Gano and Therese Lemoine. She attended Sacred
Heart College in Louisiana before her marriage to Richard (Dick) Juneau in 1956, with whom she raised
eight successful children during their 29-year marriage. Marie later earned her Masters Degree in
Psychology from the University of Texas at Dallas, and worked for many years as a psychologist and
biofeedback therapist. Marie also had an artistic side. She loved to paint with watercolors and oils, and
spent many hours playing the piano, and the occasional tune on the guitar or ukulele. She enjoyed tennis
and golf in her younger years, and owned and managed The Party Tree, a party supply store in Dallas
during the 1980’s. She loved to have a good laugh, and many hearts and lives were touched by her time
here on earth.
Marie was predeceased by her mother and father, son Andre Juneau, brother Gano Lemoine, Jr., and
brother-in-law Riley Adams. She is survived by her children: Jim Juneau, Jeanne Juneau, Jacques Juneau
(Kimberly), Suzette Juneau, Richard Juneau, Jr. (Ami), Michelle Selner (Matt), Julie O’Connor (DJ); her
daughter-in-law Laura Juneau; her sister Ladell Adams; her sister-in-law Carolyn Lemoine; her 12
grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren: Emily Chaney (Craig) and their children Lane, Charlotte, and
Madeline; Nicole Ball (William) and their children James, Luke, and Charlie; Natalie Cuccerre (Vincent),
Clay Juneau, Jackson Humphrey (Kelsey), Renee Juneau, Dominique Juneau, Gabrielle Juneau, Grace
Selner, Emery Selner, Caden O’Connor, and Cooper O’Connor.

A memorial service will be held on Friday, December 3, 2021, at 11:00 a.m. at St. Andrew United Methodist
Church, 5801 West Plano Pkwy., Plano, TX 75093. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that memorial
be made The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (


George Boll says:

To the entire Juneau family:

Please accept our sincere condolences on the loss of Mrs. Juneau. It is clear from her remembrance that she was an amazing woman.

– The attorneys and staff of Juneau, Boll & Stacy, PLLC

Sharon DeMille says:

So sorry for your loss, Michelle, Matt and family.

Christi Ferrell says:

Michelle, I know she will be dearly missed. May The Lord bless you with sweet memories, until you see her again.

Love and prayers for your family,
Christi and Jack

Annette Ducote Busch says:

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your sweet Mom. She was a wonderful person and our family all loved her. Her smile will be missed by everyone.

Theresa Jud says:

I knew her in college at Sacred Heart. Always fun to be around.

Anonymous says:

We did not have the privilege of knowing Mrs. Juneau but our daughter Ami is married to Richard. We are very grateful to her for the wonderful son she has contributed to our family. We send sincere condolences to Richard and the Juneau family.

Bill and Judi Carter says:

We did not have the privilege of knowing Mrs. Juneau but our daughter Ami is married to her son Richard. We are very grateful to her in having Richard part of our family. We send our sincere condolences to the Juneau family.

Betty Beary says:

So sorry for your loss. She was indeed a beautiful and talented lady. May she rest in the arms of the angels. Betty Beary, New Orleans, La

Claire Moynihan says:

Marie was a friend of my parents, and a most sought-after conversationalist at shared gatherings, where her warmth, wit and wisdom shone through. We are honored to have a painting of hers which we treasure. Condolences to her loving caring children.

Charlotte Lemoine Kaufman says:

Marie Therese was beautiful in every way. She was also talented, kindhearted, generous, wise, and faith-filled. Being a loving mother of eight children is truly a testimony to her selflessness . It was a pleasure and privilege to have known her. As a Daughter of Mary, may she rest in the peace of Jesus.

David Chatelain says:

Marie Therese was extremely fond of her aunt Madeleine a/k/a Leine, my mother, and that fondness was reciprocated by Mom. “Ta-Ta”, as Marie Therese was known to me and my sister Clara, was an integral part of our lives as we grew up in Cottonport. My life and that of my sister were made so much richer by our relationship with Ta-Ta and her family. I know that Ta-Ta, Leine, and Clara are passing a good time together now. May you rest in peace, Ta-Ta.

Jean Kuhn says:

Marie and I meet at Evergreen adult
Living. Marie was my best friend while
living there. After she moved to assisted
living our friendship continued as long as
Possible. The coronavirus put a hault to
our visits . We stayed in touch as long as
possible. We enjoyed our Church services
together also music and games. She was
a true friend with many good stories and
much laughter. I miss my friend.
Rest In Peace my friend. Mean Jean

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