Bob LaCour
May 27, 1942 - November 18, 2020

Bob LaCour

Bob LaCour
May 27, 1942 - Nov 18, 2020

Bob LaCour
Iframe toggler
Free Newsletter
Find Us On Facebook
Plan Ahead
Free Grief Support

We remember Bob LaCour, an American in the truest sense of the word. Robert was a proud son of Comanche and Cajun heritage who was born in Natchitoches, Louisiana and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Bob enlisted in the Army as soon as he was able and served his country for 12 years on three continents, including several tours in Vietnam at the height of the war in the late 1960s. He earned the Bronze Star and an Army Commendation Medal for his bravery in battle.
Bob was an artist, avid reader, and history buff - but those that know him well know that his love for his fellow soldiers, his country and his family was paramount. Bob always tried to do his best to reconcile the hardships and hatred he faced in war with the love of his country and family.
We remember Bob for both what he gave to us and what he wanted to give to us but could not. We honor him today for his service and the gift of life he gave to his children. It is through his legacy of strength and love that both his family and our country will endure.
Rest in Peace.


Memorial Donations may be made to: Operation Home Front at www.operationhomefront.org or Jewish Family Services - Rabbi Chaplaincy Fund at https://jfsdallas.org/donate

 
 

Yvonne LaCour on Dec 4, 2020

Robert Paul LaCour Sr. was born of proud French Creole Heritage from Cane River, Louisiana. He was preceded in death by his loving parents, Emile LaCour and Mary Leola Couty, his oldest son, Robert Paul LaCour, Jr, his granddaughter Bobbi Rene, his oldest brother Emile Joseph, and young brother Thomas John. He is survived by his children Angelique Gabrielle, Robert Paul II, Sonni Jo, Tyri Lucero, and Alexa Jaye. He is also survived by his siblings, Michael, Antonio, Laura, Yvonne, Carmen, Leonard, David, and numerous grandchildren. He was a proud member of the exclusive 101st Airborne Division Screaming Eagles, and earned 2 Purple Heart, 2 Silver Stars, 2 Bronze Stars. He did 2 tours in Vietnam to keep our country free. He was very loved and will be missed and honored by his surviving family.

Videos

Photos

Add a photo

Graveside

Dec
3
Thursday
DFW National Cemetery
2000 Mountain Creek Pkwy.
Dallas, TX, United States 75211
1:30 PM
DUE TO COVID, THE FAMILY WILL HAVE A PRIVATE BURIAL. MASKS AND SOCIAL DISTANCING REQUIRED AT NATIONAL CEMETERY, THERE IS A LIMIT ON HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN BE THERE. Memorial Donations may be made to: Operation Home Front at www.operationhomefront.org or Jewish Family Services - Rabbi Chaplaincy Fund at https://jfsdallas.org/donate


*Due to time restrictions, delivery to service is unavailable.

Healing Registry Unavailable at the Moment!

Loading...

Product Name

Description

$0

-
+

Your Shopping Cart is Empty

Jane Doe ×

What's your email address?

What Would You Like Written on the Card?

Choose a Delivery Date

* Note: Flower deliveries are limited to the highlighted delivery dates. Sunday deliveries are not available for flowers. We will try and accommodate early morning deliveries but need a 48 hours notice on placing orders for flowers. We cant not guaranteed early morning delivery if the order was placed late in the day.

Where Would You Like To Deliver To

 
 

No obituaries found

Product Details

Loading...

Product Name

Description

$0

Iframe toggler
Free Newsletter
Find Us On Facebook
Plan Ahead
Free Grief Support
Bob LaCour

Sign in to add your memory

Login with Facebook

We will never post without permission

Just for verification: we never spam!

Bob LaCour

Share Photo/Memorial Tributes

Bob LaCour

Add to Your Calendar

Bob LaCour

Obit Checkin

Bob LaCour

Obituary Notifications

Grief Support

Bob LaCour

Get Updates - tribute notifications

Bob LaCour

Get Updates - SMS notifications

Thank you for sharing your memory of Robert

Help show your support by providing a gift of flowers and spreading the word.

Gift of Flowers

Offer comfort and support to the family with beautiful flowers and spreads

Send Flowers Browse Flowers

Spread the Word

Help friends and acquaintances of Robert leave memories by sharing to Facebook

Share to Facebook Share on Facebook

Contact Us Today

Complete the contact form or call one of our locations. We are here to serve you.

Dallas
(972) 424-1144

Houston
(713) 933-0357

Family owned full service funeral home you can afford to trust

Contact us

Dallas: (972) 424-1144

Houston: (713) 933-0357

Pre-Planning Seminars

Join us for a pre-planning seminar to learn more about our services and planning for the future.

Please visit www.prepaidfunerals.texas.gov for additional information.

Scroll to Top