Fred Joseph Doiron III, 69, Bridge City


Last updated 12/4/2023 at 8:42am

Fred Joseph Doiron III, 69, of Bridge City, TX, passed on through the heavenly gates on November 30, 2023. A celebration of life will be held at a later date, notifications will be updated through Facebook. Fred was born on May 26, 1954, to Fred Joseph Doiron Jr and Gustine Reynolds Doiron. He was a graduate of Thomas Jefferson High School class of 1972 and by trade was pipe designer, draftsmen and home builder. To know Fred was to love him. He was a wheeler dealer and loved to find a bargain. He enjoyed his projects to keep himself busy in his retirement and worked hard to get his steps in. He was the life of any party with his musical talent with his singing or on the guitar. He loved sitting in his gazebo drinking his morning coffee or grilling salmon. He could make anything green grow and was happy tending to his plants. He enjoyed visiting friends from all over but most importantly he valued family above all. He was dedicated to his son and daughter in law, but the apple of his eye was his only grandbaby. His sun rose and set with her. He’d always be out waiting in the mornings to wish her a good day at school and tell her how much he adored and loved her. He couldn’t wait for the dance rehearsal previews or the recitals. He radiated joy and contentment when helping her writing her letters or helping her read her site words. She adores her Pawpaw Fred. He will be sorely missed but, in his words, “I say so long because goodbye is permanent and I will see you again.” He is preceded in death by his parents Fred Joseph Doiron Jr and Gustine Reynolds Doiron, his sisters Sandra Cunningham and Ada Bridges. He is survived by his son Matthew Doiron and wife Rachel of Bridge City, TX, granddaughter Saylor Doiron, girlfriend Tanya Graves and many cousins and friends whom he loved beyond measure. Cremation will be handled by Claybar Funeral home in Orange, TX.


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