Welcome to Mark & Madeline Home

Click for Lafayette, Louisiana Forecast





Hello fellow internet surfer and welcome to our home page. We are very glad that you made it this far and hope that you'll stick around and get to know just a little bit more about us and our lives.



Emma, Todd, Logan, Morgan, Rachel, Cole, Blaise & Mark

We are from Carencro, Louisiana, [pronounced karen crow] this area is known as Acadiana,the heart of Cajun Country. Acadiana has its own unique heritage and culture, totally distinct from the rest of the country. The official capital of Acadiana is Lafayette. Surrounding Lafayette are several towns and villages carrying on the traditions of the Acadians, or Cajuns, as they are commonly known. You can learn more about the Cajuns by clicking here.

Mark retired in 2002 from Lafayette Consolidated Government he worked as a Shift Foreman for twenty-five years. Madeline works for an Electrical Co-op as a Data Entry Clerk.

We were married on July 23,1976 and we are both graduates of Carencro High School. We have two wonderful children, Todd is 29 and Rachel is 25. Click on their names and you can visit their home pages.

Mark is 48, he was born in Church Point, Louisiana. He still enjoys racing cars and customizing his truck.

Madeline is 46. I am kept busy between work, home, husband, kids and my seven grandchildren.

We have two spoiled house cats Mr Mooney and Lucy.

We also have an eight year old dog Cuda. Click here to meet him.





Thanks for stopping by.
Please take a moment to sign the guestbook.
That's what makes it fun for us.




View My Guestbook
Sign My Guestbook



Cajuns of the Net




Heartland Select




AwardsAwards we have won.

RingsRings that we belong to.

FriendsFriends web sites.




THEY MAY BE GONE, BUT THEY ARE NEVER FORGOTTEN!



Pearl Cormier Patin - Born August 10, 1915 Died July 9, 1997

Frank Jessie Fontenot - Born January 28, 1926 Died August 30, 1997



Ava Madeline Fontenot - Born/Died Feburary 9, 2000



"Little Angels"

When God calls little children to dwell with him above, we mortals
sometimes question the wisdom of his love. For no heart-ache compares
with the death of one small child,who does so much to make our world
seem wonderful and mild. Perhaps God tires of calling the aged to his
fold, so he picks a rosebud, before it can grow old. God knows how much
we need them, and so he takes but few, to make the land of Heaven more
beautiful to view. Believing is difficult, but somehow we must try,
the saddest word mankind knows will always be "Good-bye." So when a
little child departs, we who are left behind must realize God loves
children, and angels are hard to find.







Search This Site





You are visitor to this site.






Madeline or Mark




This page hosted by Get your own Free Home Page










Hosting by WebRing.