Funeral Services for David Byone, 71, of Cloutierville will be held on Saturday, October 7, 2023 at 10 A.M. at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Cloutierville. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.
Visitation will be held on Saturday, October 7, 2023, from 9:00 A.M. until time of service in the church.
David Was Born November 14,1951. To Norris J Bayonne and Mary C. Rachal Bayonne (Thomas). He was raised in cloutierville Louisiana, where he also attended school and Catholic Church. He also worked in the family cotton fields as a young boy. After he graduated from high school, he moved away, and he lived in California, and even Chicago he was drafted into the army in 1971, where he served as an MP he also served a duty overseas after his term he was honorably discharged in 1973. He returned home to Natchitoches Parish to where he was known for, riding Harley Davidson, motorcycles and driving, mustangs and cruising with his brothers, Frank and Norris along with his cousins they would ride everywhere. His love would soon turn into a big collection of motorcycles, and cars anything that revved up and was fast. Not only did he ride, but he could build a motor or rebuild a motor for motorcycles and cars. He was a very talented mechanic, which he got a lot of his knowledge from his father. Aside from motorcycles and cars. He was a DJ known as the “Party Maker”. He loved music, it was his second language he would play anywhere and everywhere he was very well known for bringing the party. Some I’m even knew him as Crazy Hoss/Horse. He proudly displayed a horse and cross on everything he owned. Others, dropped the hoss/horse and called him crazy because he was that guy you just didn’t mess with. He dance to the beat of his own drums and loved it. He had a unique way of living, which was his choice, and no one’s opinion could change his mind or the way he lived. He bought everything he didn’t have as a child and anything he wanted as an adult, the outside world saw junk, but he saw treasure and beauty. He was a collector of all things, and had a lot of things.
He is preceded in death by his paternal and maternal grandparents, uncles and aunts His father, brother, Frank, Byone, niece, Tamisha Byone.
He is survived by his mother, (Mary)of Natchitoches, La, his daughter Laetter Beaudoin,(Trevor) grandchildren, Celena C. Neal, Orlando F. Neal Jr, Alonzo Neal, Emina E. Cagle, great grand children, Marianna, Miguel, Olivia Mitchell, his sisters, Margie Byone Williams(Billie), Katherine Byone Jones(Rick) of Houston Texas, his brothers Norris Byone, Jr.(Betty) of Alexandria, La. Brent Thomas of Natchitoches, his nephews Jason Byone (Cherise) Terry (Ted) Byone, Richard Byone, Steven Byone,
Henry (scooter)Thomas, great nephews, and nieces, Tyler, Brooklyn, Wesley, and Zachary Byone(Jason& cherise), Bevin Byone(Ted), Ex-Wife Liz Beaudion, Ex companion Connie Attaway, and a host of family and friends. In the words of David (Love all of you because we are all God’s children! Hiya Hiya Ho Ho) Everyone knew David knew he loved the Lord Jesus Christ and at one point in time you could get slapped if you disrespected the Lord name.
Fun fact: David ran for Sheriff of Natchitoches back in his younger days .
Name fact: BAYONNE, is the original spelling for the last name Byone it comes from France, but because of school and military the name got shortened and misspelled, it was often spelled Bayone, Byonne or Byone. no matter how you spell it you’re still a Bayonne.
Those honored to serve as pallbearers Orlando Frantrez Neal Jr, Alonzo O. Neal, Richard Byone, Steven Byone, Henry Byone, Terry Byone.
Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me.In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also.