A homemaker and resident and native of Plaquemine, she passed away Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013, at The Carpenter House. She was 90. Visiting at Wilbert Funeral Home, Plaquemine, on Friday, March 1, from 12 to 1:30pm with Mass of Christian Burial at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church at 2pm, celebrated by Father Cleo Milano. Entombment in Grace Memorial Park. Survived by her three daughters, Phyllis D'Albor Pendergrass and husband Norman, Denham Springs, Patricia "Treety" D'Albor Roussel and husband Stanley, Plaquemine, and Emily "Emy" D'Albor Langlois and husband Jay, Clinton; two sons, Felix D'Albor, III and wife Delores, Walker, and Charles "Beetsie" D'Albor and wife Mary Kay, Plaquemine; a sister, Eva Marie Albares Roche, Greenwell Springs; two brothers, Edwin "Black" Albares and wife Eloise, Thibodeaux, and Claude Albares and wife Georgiana, Plaquemine; 14 grandchildren, Hank and Nathan Pendergrass, Anne Adams, Stacey Pleasant, Danny and Katie Roussel, Sandi Schexnaydre, Jesse and Emily Ruth Langlois, Nyx Black, Gage, Michael, Travis and Boyd D'Albor; and 12 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her husband, Felix J. D'Albor, Jr.; parents, Edwin and Amelie Acosta Albares; sisters, Viola Albares Haggard and Josie Albares LeJeune; and brother, Leonard "Buster" Albares. Pallbearers will be her grandsons. She was a member of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas and American Legion Ladies Auxiliary in Plaquemine. Special thanks to the staffs at Fidelis Residential Care Homes on East Achord and White Road and also The Carpenter House for their loving care and devotion.