Eno Guillot Jr.
Eno Guillot Jr.
Thursday
3
March

Visitation

11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Thursday, March 3, 2022
Audubon Funeral Home
61101 Hwy 11
Slidell, Louisiana, United States
985-645-0600
Thursday
3
March

Funeral Mass

1:00 pm
Thursday, March 3, 2022
Audubon Funeral Home Chapel
61101 Hwy 11
Slidell, Louisiana, United States
985-645-0600

Obituary of Eno Joseph Guillot Jr.

Eno Joseph Guillot Jr. passed away peacefully on Thursday morning, February 24, 2022, in Covington, Louisiana, at the age of 97. Born August 31,1924 in New Orleans, Louisiana, to Mathilde Elmire DeVilliers and Eno J. Guillot Sr.

 

He was the beloved husband of the late Frances Falco Guillot for 75 years. Loving father to Wayne R. Guillot Sr. (Beverly), Cindy Guillot Chatelain (Tommy), and Eno J. Guillot III (Cathy). Adoring brother of Julienne (Judy) Spunizo (Gasper). Proud grandfather of Wayne Guillot Jr. (Jennifer), Shayne Guillot (Jamie), Shanna Montelaro (Bryan), Joshua Chatelain (Jessica), Derek Chatelain (Stephanie), Wendy Chatelain, Mary Chatelain, Eno Guillot IV (Lilly), and Travis Guillot Sr. (Brooke). Great-grandfather of Trey, Grace, Mason, Carson, Zia, Liam, Cecilia, Leah, Cade, Jack, Emma, Madeline, Aubrie, Lincoln, Zander, Travis, and Abigail. He also leaves behind a host of nieces and nephews.  Eno was preceded in death by his parents; his brothers, Lynus Guillot, Alvin Guillot (Glenda), and Aldon Guillot Sr. (Joyce); and his sisters, Yvonne Mattei (Leo) and Theresa “Tessie” Gros (Guy).

 

Eno was injured while serving our country in the Army during World War II under Commander General Patton. He was grade Tec 5, Troop D 86th Calvary Reconnaissance Squadron (Mechanized), Special Vehicle Operator 932; Expert Machine Gun. He participated in the following campaigns: Normandy GO 33 WD 45, Central Europe GO 40 WD 45, Ardennes GO 33 WD 45, Northern France GO 33 WD 45, and Rhineland GO 40 WD 45. Eno received the Purple Heart, European African Middle Eastern Service Medal & Silver Star Attachment (Single), World War II Victory Medal, American Theater Service Medal, Honorable Service Lapel Button WWII, and the Expert Badge & Machine Gun Bar for his heroic service for our country.

 

He was a native of New Orleans, lived many years in St. Bernard until Hurricane Katrina, thereafter in Slidell, and then in Covington. Although he worked many jobs in his lifetime, he retired after 40 years as an Independent Contractor for the Times Picayune. Eno enjoyed life and loved his family wholeheartedly. He came from a musical family, played bass guitar, enjoyed listening to music and watching Lawrence Welk. He was a boxing fan and amateur boxer while in the military. He also enjoyed fishing, trawling, hunting, playing cards, watching westerns, and trips to the casinos. He was a very prayerful Catholic, with sincere faithful devotion to God. Eno will be forever loved and deeply missed.

 

Relatives and friends are invited to attend a visitation on Thursday, March 3, 2022, from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at Audubon Funeral Home located at 61101 Highway 11 in Slidell, Louisiana 70458. A Funeral Mass will begin in the chapel at 1:00 p.m. with Military Honors to follow. Private interment will be in the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Cemetery also in Slidell. In lieu of flowers, please donate to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or to the Wounded Warrior Project in Eno’s memory.  Memories and condolences may be expressed at www.AudubonFuneralHome.com

 

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