Amy Bolner
May 25, 1914 - June 5, 2004

Long-time Nederland resident, Mrs. Amy Bolner, 90, passed away Saturday evening, June 5, 2004. Born Amy Roche in Rayne, LA, in 1914, Amy and her husband of 51 years, Ollie J. Bolner, have lived in Nederland since 1972.
A gathering of family and friends will be from 5:00 until 8:00 P.M. Wednesday, June 9, 2004, at Broussard's Mortuary Chapel in Nederland. A Funeral Mass will be held in Lafayette at Martin & Castille Funeral Home Chapel the following day, Thursday, at 2:00 P.M., with visiting hours starting at 10:00 A.M. The Very Rev. Msgr. J. Douglas Courville, JCL, will be the Celebrant of the Funeral Mass and will conduct the services. Interment will follow at Greenlawn Memorial Garden in Lafayette.
Survivors include her husband, Ollie J. Bolner, of Nederland, TX; her two sons, Ralph C. Mouton, Jr., of Nederland, TX, and Dr. John O. Mouton and his wife Carole, of Sugar Land, TX; granddaughter, Linda M. Mouton Morvant and her husband, Kenn; grandsons, Jeremy, Ian, and André Mouton; great-grandsons, Corbin and Kenneth (K.T.) Morvant; two sisters, Olivia R. Cormier and Lena R. Stepp, of Lafayette; nieces, Yvonne Ring, Carole Smith, and Judy Pickett; nephews Donald Cormier, Richard (Sonny) Stepp, David Stepp, Charles Roche, Jerry Roche, Gerard Roche, and Michael Roche; and an extended family of great-nieces and nephews.
Amy was preceded in death by her first husband, Ralph Cañedo Mouton; her parents, Olivier and Oneia Cormier Roche, of Lafayette; her sister, Ezola (Sue) Roche, of Lafayette; three brothers, Clay Roche, of Beaumont, Lennis (Bud) Roche, of Groves, and Alfred Roche, of Fordoche, LA; and nephews, Fred Stepp and Lennis Roche, Jr. Amy and Ollie have traveled extensively during Ollie’s career in the Navy, living in Los Angeles, CA, Seattle, WA, and Norfolk, VA.   After Ollie retired as Chief Petty Officer in 1962, they settled for a number of years in the Los Angeles area to support their sons, Ralph and John, in college and see them start in their own careers.
Returning to be closer to their brothers and sisters, they settled in Nederland, TX, in 1972, where they built a family business, Ollie’s Moving, well-known in the Golden Triangle area.
Amy was a loving person, and loved by all who knew her. She will be greatly missed by all her family and friends.  The family would also like to thank Odyssey Hospice for all their help.


Service Information
Broussard's Mortuary
505 12th Street
Nederland ,  TX 77627
6/9/2004 from 5-8
Martin Castille Funeral Home
330 St. Landry
Lafayette,  LA 70506
6/10/2004 at 2:00 P.M.

Obituary Provided By:
Broussard's Mortuary

505 12th Street
Nederland, TX  77627