- Twiford Funeral Homes - https://www.twifordfh.com -

Delves P. Breaux, II

Posted By obits On June 3, 2020 @ 2:15 pm In Elizabeth City,Obituaries | 12 Comments

In Memorial

Delves Peter “Pete” Breaux, II, 75 of 333 North River Road, Camden, NC died Monday, September 3, 2018 at Sentara Albemarle Medical Center. He was born October 8, 1942 in New Orleans, LA to the late Delves Joseph Breaux and Mattie Ann Valin Breaux and for fifty-one years the husband of Margaret Elizabeth Bingaman Breaux who died May 22, 2020. He was a retired Data Processor from the U.S. Navy, a Department of Defense Technical Support Representative, and a commercial crabber.

In addition to his wife he is survived by a daughter, Colleen Breaux Gibbs and husband Matt of Bluffton, SC; a son, Delves Peter Breaux, III and wife Jessica of Elizabeth City, NC; six grandchildren, Katelyn Gibbs, Delves Breaux, Elizabeth Breaux, Kiersten Gibbs, Emily Breaux, and Peter Breaux; two great grandchildren, Eli Brown and Raegan Hicks; and two children from a previous marriage, Marie and Joe Breaux of New Orleans, LA;

A dual memorial service for Delves and Margaret will be held on June 7, 2020 at 3:30 p.m at Twiford Memorial Chapel officiated by Pastor Dale Forbes. Memorial donations may be made to the Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughter, PO Box 2156, Norfolk, VA 23507. Twiford Funeral Home, Memorial Chapel, 405 East Church Street, Elizabeth City, NC is serving the Breaux family. You may express condolences to the family by visiting https://www.twifordfh.com.

Contact Information:

Twiford Funeral Home (Elizabeth City), Memorial Chapel, 405 East Church Street, , Elizabeth City, NC 27909, United States (US) - Phone: (252) 335-4395 Fax: 252-335-4329 Email: J.J.Twiford@TwifordFH.com

Offer Condolence for the family of Delves P. Breaux, II

Print Obituary & Condolences Print Obituary & Condolences

Condolences for the family of “Delves P. Breaux, II”

Condolence from Catherine Eason Gardner on September 4th, 2018 2:50 pm

So very sorry learn of the death of Pete. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you. Remember the good times and keep them close to your heart.

Condolence from Betty And Leon Eason on September 4th, 2018 6:05 pm

Thoughts and prayers and our love are with you at this time . He will be missed by family and friends.

Condolence from Jeannie Satterfield Jones on September 4th, 2018 7:54 pm

Peter, I am so sorry to learn of the passing of your father. Please know that you and the rest of your family are in my thoughts and prayers not only today but everyday.

Condolence from Mary Sawyer on September 4th, 2018 10:44 pm

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. May God bless and be with all at this difficult time.

Condolence from Denise B on September 5th, 2018 7:03 am

So sorry to hear of Mr. Breaux’s passing. I will be keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers, as always.

Condolence from Dawn Williams Lowry on September 5th, 2018 11:47 am

Ms. Margaret & family,

So sorry to hear of Mr. Pete’s passing….keeping you in prayer & may your memories give you comfort in the days to come. ~hugs~

Condolence from Cecil and Juanita Taylor on September 5th, 2018 8:55 pm

Margaret and family, we want you all to know we love you all and our thoughts and prayers are with you. Pete will truly be missed.

Condolence from Buddy Marson on September 9th, 2018 1:24 pm

Margaret and family, I am so sorry to hear of Pete’s passing. I worked with Pete at NAVMASSO and we traveled together for many Naval software installations. I always enjoyed the time Pete and I were able to share together! Pete will be remembered as one of the good guys.
All the best,
Buddy Marson

Condolence from Daniel Reilly on September 10th, 2018 8:26 am

Margaret and family

I will miss Pete and our frequent correspondence. He was a very good friend, and sometimes confident. You are all in my thoughts and prayers, my deepest condolences over his passing.

Condolence from Larry and Linda LaBrecque on September 10th, 2018 3:01 pm

Dear Margaret and family,
We were sadden to hear of Pete’s passing. Your Navy family is often closer to you than your birth family. Ironically, each of the boys mentioned that they recalled a childhood memory or thought of Pete recently. Goes to show that he had a profound influence on our family.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. I pray that in time the pain that you are feeling today will subside and be replaced with a smile when you remember your loved one.

Condolence from Scott Collins on June 3rd, 2020 9:59 pm

Delvis and Jessica Sorry for the loss of your parents and Inlaws prayers for you and kids.

Condolence from Walter Bingaman on June 5th, 2020 3:35 pm

Colleen, Peter & Families, –

Please accept our Hugs and prayers from The Bingaman clan, we are sorry we can’t attend the service.

To everyone as I type this I want everyone to know that “Uncle Pete” made a lifelong impression on me and MANY people he never met or knew. How is this possible you ask he gave many things to me as a youngster the most precious gift ever. TIME, and his passion and stories of fishing and hunting of a world I wanted to learn more of. I have learned more and I will continue to share with many.

He would disappear from our lives for months at a time but then a trip back to Pennsylvania would happen. Each visit would turn into an activity for me and my brother and cousins. Here is a list of some memories that I hope make you laugh and not shed a tear as I am doing as I type this.

The day Chuck myself and he were floating in a saltwater bay someplace and catching “SPOT & CROAKER” we ran out of blood worms so that days lesson was how to make cut bait out of small fish. Also side entertainment was drifting past 2 good ol boys in a small flat bottom boat who had 3 large tubs of ice in the boat with them. At least one of them was full of beer and every fish they caught large or small went on ice. Here is how I remember the conversation – Hey there ya ALL – have N any luck – Well yes sir we gettin a few. “Pete” said yea good I see ya have some there, you all are even keeping the small ones? – The gentleman looked right at Uncle Pete and said “MISTA WELL HERE IS HOW I FIGUA – IF N THEY IS BIG ENOUGH TO HIT THE BAIT, THEY IS BIG ENOUGH TO HIT THE PLATE” I thought Uncle Pete was going to wet himself he laughed so hard.

When Uncle Pete & Aunt Margie made it home MANY times we had a BIG picnic out at Aunt Erma’s & Uncle Bob’s farm. (There were 2 pasture ponds there full of largemouth bass and sun fish and a few huge catfish) The farm also had a farm dump in the woods. One such picnic that is in my mind for ever Uncle Ed was also there for they brought the .22’s and we had perhaps 1000 rounds of ammo. There were semi auto rifles and at least one pistol. Each “kid” had to fill the clip and that was their “TURN” on the gun. Between rounds we crawled all over the dump and sat up bottles, cans, old head lights and who knows what else. The place was a treasure chest of targets beyond description. When did we stop shooting? – when the shells were gone.

Hugs and Prayers go up to you & Aunt Margie, as I know you are floating in a john boat fishing together.

Your stories love and laughter will never be forgotten.

Article printed from Twiford Funeral Homes: https://www.twifordfh.com

URL to article: https://www.twifordfh.com/delves-p-breaux-ii/

Copyright © 2017 Twiford FH. All rights reserved.