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In Loving Memory

Jeffrey Lawrence Girouard

August 10, 1969 – July 24, 2020

Jeffrey Lawrence Girouard, beloved husband, father, brother, son and friend, passed away on July 24, 2020.  Jeff, known to all, was born August 10, 1969 in Houston, Texas.  He was the middle son of three boys of Norman W. Girouard and Rose E. Ferguson Girouard.

Jeff was a lifelong resident of Friendswood, Texas graduating from Friendswood High School.  He went on to study business at Stephen F Austin University. Jeff graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration in 1991.  He was a proud member of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity.

Jeff and Kim were married in 1997 and celebrated 23 years of marriage in June of this year.  Jeff had many hobbies including golfing, hunting, coaching, and learning to fly.  He was actively working on getting his pilot's license.  His greatest loves were his wife and children. 

Jeff lived a wonderful, beautiful life.  He was a businessman and loved wheeling and dealing to make the sale.  He was the owner of a successful business, RD Mobile Homes, for 13 years.  He was always full of energy and never met a stranger.  Jeff found the good in all people.  He was truly a genuine man. 

Jeff was preceded in death by his mother Rose E. Ferguson Girouard and grandmother Yvelle Theriot.  Jeff is survived by his wife Kim, daughters, Jordyn E. and Kendal A. Girouard, son Lucas R. Girouard, father Norman W Girouard, brothers, S. Grant and Brent N. Girouard, in law parents, Maureen and Robert Varnes, sister in law Kristen and Patrick Mikhail, brother in law Michelle and Kevin Varnes, niece Skyler F. Varnes and nephew Tucker R. Varnes.

A Celebration of Life will be held at Gateway Community Church, 760 Clear Lake City Blvd., Webster, Texas 77598 on Friday July 31, 2020 beginning at 11:00 AM with Pastor Randy Hageman officiating.

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22 thoughts on “Jeffrey Lawrence Girouard”

  1. Jeff, you were a part of my childhood and I have so many memories of you and your family. Y'all were part of our family. To Kim, Norman, Grant, Brent and the rest of the family, I am incredibly sorry for your loss. I can picture him with Rose, looking down on all of you, trying to send peace to all of you. You are all in my prayers. With great love, Shonna Schultz (with Paul, Krystina and Ryan).

  2. Praying for you all! Gone too soon! What a beautiful legacy he leaves behind in his wife and children!

  3. Mark and Ruth Foster, Connor, Audra, Cameron and Carlie

    Dear Kim, Jordyn, Kendal, Lucas and the rest of the family-
    My heart is praying diligently for the peace that only comes from Jesus Christ. I pray God will hold you each close and comfort each of you as you lead on with your lives. Jeff was a wonderful man who loved you all with his whole being. He will continue to love you and be by your sides in spirit. Still cheering you on and holding you close. Our love to all of you!

    1. Christina, Andrew, & Brittany Sauer

      We are so very sorry for your loss. We met Jeff and Kim when our daughters took gymnastics together. Both very devoted parents to their children. Lots of memories to cherish.
      Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the family. May God help you get through this difficult time.

  4. Abigail Hughes

    Me. Jeff was a huge part of my childhood. He coached me in softball during my early years. Him and his family always treated me like family. He was such an amazing man. Many prayers.

    1. Linda Mangham Henly

      All my prayers for you and your sweet loving family ..stay strong it will be a bumpy ride .You will come out stronger . You will be in my heart always .

  5. Sandy and GH Sorrell

    Oh the memories! We spent most of your childhood with you and your family! What you did we usually did as well. We were family. I love to think that Rose and Tina met you as you transitioned to another realm where all is perfect. Our sorrow is for Kim and your children and Norm, Grant and Brent and all those who loved you. Gee we will miss knowing you are here. We send a earthly hug to you in your heavenly realm. We love you, Sandy and G.H.

  6. Diane Freeman

    Thank you Jeff for mentoring my son and a lot of other kids each baseball season. We were lucky enough to get to play with you more than once. You taught those kids good sportsmanship and the love of the game. We will forever be grateful to you! There will never be a day we walk into Renwick Park without thinking of you.

  7. Jeff, you were a fraternity brother, and one of my closest friends at SFA. We had some real adventures during our time there. But, whatever kind of mess we got into, I always knew you had my back! That's what being a Pike was all about. You were always SO positive and supportive as a brother, and I will never forget that! So, be at peace my friend, and hold a spot for me! I'll see you again. But, until then brother…Phi-Phi-KA!

  8. Sally Mikhail Bemis

    No words can express how profoundly sorry I am for your loss. To Kim, Jordyn, Kendal, Lucas, and the entire Girouard and Varnes families, I send you love and prayers. I know that you will carry Jeff's love with you forever.

  9. To our Texas twins… Jeff and I are just heart broken for all of you. Although we never met in person we had this "small world" weird connection and enjoyed seeing the stories and pictures of your life in Texas. The love you all have for each other is so beautiful to see. Jeff was an amazing husband and father whose devotion to his family and God will live on forever. He is safe in the arms of Jesus and will watch over you all until you meet again. Peace and love to you all from Maine. Jeff, Kim and Jordan Girouard.

  10. Sylvia Wiseman

    My sincere condolences! I am so sorry for your loss. Love and prayers that you will preserve through this rough time but know that Jeff will always watch over you!

  11. My deepest sympathies are with you and your family. I've known Jeff a long time, and every single time I saw him, he greeted me with a smile and was ALWAYS kind. Even as a young, high school boy. Y'all are in my thoughts and prayers. Faith is what has saved Jeff and Faith is what will heal y'all. I know words can't take away the pain, but God has plans that don't always align with ours. Trust in HIM, Have Faith in HIM, HE will get you through all the difficult times that lie ahead. "Look to the Lord and his strength; seek his face always." 1 Chronicles 16:11.

  12. My prayers to the entire family for such a great loss. May God continue to watch over you as you go through your loss. Just remember you are never alone, God is right there to hold you up. Put all your trust in Him, He is a comforter. Blessing to you all!

    1. WE have known the Girouards since 1971.We saw three boys grow up. Jeff was a normal boy He grew up to be a great husband, father and friend . He will be missed by all who knew him . Our prayers are with his family. GOD SPEED JEFF> Lubert and Pearlie Leger.

  13. Mrs. Girouard-
    I wish there was something I could do to take away the pain and sorrow you and your family are dealing with. Know that you are strong and admired by others. You are an amazing source of strength and I am honored to be a part of your lives.
    Hugs and kisses to you and the kids.
    -Mrs. Tomlin

  14. Brother Joe and Sister Mary Rita Hyland

    You won our hearts the first time we met. You have lived a wonderful short live and sheared so much with all of us.
    We pray not for you Jeff but for all the family and friends that will miss you now and forever until we once meet again.
    You rest my brother and enjoy being that special angle we all need ..

  15. Kim,
    David and I are just heartbroken at the gravity of your loss. We don't have the right words. You and your sweet family are in our thoughts and we are praying for God's comfort to wrap you up and sustain you.

    Lori and David Veatch

  16. Jeff was a riot. He did some sign business with me back in the day. I would always think "How could I switch lives with that fellow". The world will miss him. He loved his family something crazy. Kim is tough as nails. She's got this and is always welcome to reach out to the many people Jeff touched. RIP

  17. Hello,

    Although I didn't know Jeff well, he trusted me enough to finance a home for me. I am self employed and it is difficult to get a traditional loan and he handled it with low closing costs and no hassle. And I
    Am very grateful for that, because I am also a no hassle kind of person.
    I know he was a great person, father and husband because I could tell by the way he talked and did things. One time during the corona virus I had an altercation with a stranger and we happened to end up on the phone by chance regarding a separate matter. I was very upset and he was very helpful and knowledgeable about things and coached me through it.
    I usually send him a text when I deposit my mortgage check, but for the last few months there has been no response. Usually he responds with thank you or happy holidays depending. Today I went to the bank and they said he wasn't on the account and I had to write a new check. And then I looked on the internet and found that he was in an accident. I am so sorry for your loss.

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