St. Julien was a beloved member of the New Iberia, known for his vibrant personality and his passion for his career as an electrician. He lived a life that was filled with love and laughter, leaving an indelible mark on all who had the privilege of knowing him.
Born on November 20, 1983, Tony brought joy to his family from the very beginning. He was born at the University Medical Center, surrounded by the love of his parents, Tony Anthony Mason and Myrtle St. Julien. Throughout his life, Tony remained close to his family, cherishing the bond he shared with them. He adored his son, Kentrell Letrell St. Julien., and found immense joy in being a father. Tony's daughter, Chamara St. Julien, holds a special place in his heart. He cherished every moment spent with her and took great pride in watching her grow into the remarkable person she is today.
Tony's vibrant personality had a way of lighting up any room he entered. His infectious smile could easily bring a smile to anyone's face, while his mischievous nature kept those around him on their toes. He had a knack for making people laugh but would also leave them slightly nervous about what he might do next. It was this unique blend of charm and playfulness that endeared him to so many.
On November 8, 2023, Tony bid farewell to this world at Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center. Although his departure has left a void in the hearts of those who loved him dearly, his spirit will continue to live on through cherished memories and stories that will be passed down from one generation to the next.
In honor of Tony's life, visitation will be held at Star Pilgrim Baptist Church 423 E. Pershing Street, New Iberia, La. on November 18th, 2023. Friends and loved ones are invited to gather at 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM to pay their respects and share their memories of this remarkable man.
Following visitation, a funeral service will be held at Star Pilgrim Baptist Church 423 E. Pershing Street, New Iberia, La. from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM. This solemn occasion will provide an opportunity for all who knew Tony to come together and celebrate his life. Through heartfelt tributes and shared sentiments, we will remember the impact he had on our lives and find solace in the memories we hold dear.
Tony's passing leaves a void not only in the hearts of his family but also in the lives of his friends and extended family. He leaves behind his mother, Myrtle St. Julien, and his former spouse, Charlotte Henry. His siblings Wendell (La'Keidra) St. Julien, Terrance St. Julien, and Terek St. Julien, mourn the loss of their dear brother.
In addition to his immediate family, Tony leaves behind numerous relatives and friends who were touched by his presence. The love he had for his family extended to cousins Teesha Mason of St. Martinville and LaTonya Dantley and Kimberly St. Julien of New Iberia.
Special fiends like Jeramie Bonnie, Joe Charles and Olan Jackson held a special place in Tony's heart as dear friends who provided constant support throughout their friendship. Their bond was unbreakable, reflecting Tony's ability to create lasting connections with those around him.
Tony was also a proud godparent to Carneisha Davis and Ki'Myralen Bellar of New Iberia. His role as a godparent held great significance to him as he embraced the responsibility of guiding them through life's journey.
Kayden St. Julien was privileged to have Tony as an uncle who loved him dearly. Ke'Asia St. Julien held a special place in Tony's heart as a cherished niece who meant the world to him. Lastly, Marginelle Smith served as Tony's godparent, embracing the role with love and care.
As we say our final goodbyes to Tony, let us remember the joy he brought into our lives. His magnetic personality and zest for life will forever be etched in our hearts. Though he may no longer be physically present, his spirit will live on through the memories we cherish dearly.
In this time of grief, let us find solace in knowing that Tony St. Julien has left an indelible mark on our lives. May his soul rest in eternal peace, and may we carry forward his legacy of love and laughter in our own lives.
Final Professional Services has been entrusted to Fields Funeral Home, 712 Center Street, New Iberia, LA 70560, 337-321-9040.