A Memorial Mass will be celebrated for Miss. Stella Mae LaCour, on Thursday, July 21, 2022 at 10:00 am at the sacred final resting place of St. Augustine Catholic Church Mausoleum in Isle Brevelle Louisiana. Rev. Charles Ray serving as celebrant will offer the funeral rites of Vigil, Mass and Committal in the presence of her family and friends. The family will receive friends and loved ones from 9:00 am until 10:00 am for the recitation of the Holy Rosary to be held at 9:30 am. Repast will follow at 11:00am in the St. Augustine Parish Hall. Stella Mae LaCour 83, entered into Eternal Life Sunday, July 3, 2022. She was born April 25, 1939 in New Orleans, Louisiana to Benedict P. LaCour Sr. and Stella Severin LaCour. Stella Mae is preceded in death by her parents; sister, Angela Metoyer, brother, Benedict Clay LaCour and niece, Angela Ann Balthazar. She is survived by her brothers John Severin Sr.(Elizabeth) & Joseph “Sam” LaCour; her sister, Doris Balthazar (Pervis) and niece, Sabrina Balthazar Cajandig (Ivan) son Gabriel; nephews Johnnie Severin & daughters Jessica & Anastasia, Barry Severin (Rochelle) sons Russel, Jonathan, Ryan & daughters Mary, Angela and Brianna, Glenn Severin (Sharon) daughters Nichole, Gina & Nina, Dr. Paul Severin (Laura) sons Nicholas, Joshua & daughter Sarah. The simplicity of her intellect brought forth an enriched abundance of character traits that God saw fit to bestow upon her in great abundance. She was faithful, devoted, humble, kind, gentle, modest, curious, respectful, polite, well-mannered, pure, peaceful, happy, devoted and obedient. Simply….she was a kind and gentle person. Throughout her life she continually shined a thoughtful, smiling, loving light and devotion to the lives of her father, Benedict and youngest brother, Joseph. These gifts revealed themselves throughout all the seasons of her life. All those who knew her and loved her knew how much she loved to think of her family and friends in her community. Who they where, what they were up to, where they were going, when they were born and most of all, how much she cared to recognize them and share the good news with everyone she came in contact with.