Louise “Prissy” Thibodeaux

Louise “Prissy”  Thibodeaux, age 80 years, of McGill, Nevada, passed away August 8, 2017.

She was born January 28, 1937 in Loma, Colorado to Melvin and Peggy Coots.

Louise met and married the love of her life, Earl “Frenchy” in Las Vegas, Nevada in 1955. They later moved to White Pine County to raise their three daughters.

Louise enjoyed crafting, yard work, planting flowers, golfing and traveling.  She love spending time with her friends and family.

Louise is survived by her three daughters Vickie Willis of Ely, NV, Peggy (William) Bukowski of Southbury, Connecticut and Patty Robinson of McGill, NV; six grandchildren; nine great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her parents, husband Earl “Frenchy”, two brothers Melvin  Coots Jr. and Gerald Coots.

There will be no services at the request of Louise.

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  1. Art Londos says:

    Clarice and I just saw Prissy over Memorial Day Weekend and she was very upbeat. She was good friends with my Aunt Keke and was always there to assist when needed.

    She will be truly missed.

    Our prayers are with her and her family.

    Art and Clarice Londos

  2. Michele Milbrat says:

    Prissy was a wonderful person and a dear friend to my dad and our family. She will be missed and always in my thoughts when I’m in Ely and McGill. It won’t be the same.

    My thoughts and prayers to Patty, Peggy, Vicki and all her family.

  3. Ralph and Colleen Goff says:

    Ralph and I send our thoughts to your family. She will be missed.

  4. dottie Mahan-Cooper says:

    Prissy was a beloved patient who became a wonderful friend for 40 years When my ARMY unit was deploying to Germany for Desert Storm, She and Frenchy drove from McGill to Salt Lake to have
    dinner with me at Holy Cross Hospital. After 40 years it is painful to know I will never hear that
    beautiful voice saying, “Hi Dot”.
    My sympathy to her family, Dottie Mahan-Cooper, RN

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