Nathan James Eymard

Nathan James EymardNathan James Eymard, 54, resident of Conroe, Texas, passed away April 26, 2014 in Webster, Texas. He was born in Metairie, Louisiana to parents Floyd and Judith Eymard. Nathan was a Tug Boat Captain who loved spending time with his family and cooking for others. He also enjoyed fishing and hunting.

He is survived by his wife, Deborah Eymard; daughter, Stephanie Chambers and husband Justin; daughter Lindsey Milton; son Eric Eymard; grandchildren, Jaycee and Jaxen Chambers, Jordan Padgett, Marina Cunningham, Kirsten and Gillian Milton; mother and father-in-law Loretta and Norman Theriot; brother-in-law Norman Theriot and wife Tina; sisters, Gilda Melancon and Dixie Brunet and husband Allen; along with numerous other relatives. Predeceased by brother-in-law Keith Theriot.

Nathan was a generous, sweet kind loving man who will be missed by many. He will be in our hearts forever.

A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, May 10, 2014 at Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson, Texas.


  1. My dear Sweet Husband. My Heart is so empty and I Miss You So Much! You may be gone but Never Forgotten! You will be in my Heart Forever. I think of you every minute of every day. I Love You So Much my Dear Husband. You were my Soul Mate, my Lover, my Protector, my Provider, my Everything. RIP Nate! ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

    Deborah Eymard
  2. Kevin and I are continuing to pray for you all. I unfortunately know all to well what you’re going through. Hugs!

    Jennifer Wilson
  3. Miss you my little Brother
    RIP with Mom in Heaven

    Gilda Melancon
  4. To Deborah and Stephanie. We are truly sorry for your loss of your Husband and Dad. Nathan was a special man and will really be missed. Nanabug and Pops love you Nathan. We will really miss those great BBQ’s too. Coren is going to miss you too. God Bless you.

    Loretta and Norman Theriot
  5. We Love You and Pray for you.

    Willms Family
  6. To Debbie and the entire family…I am so sorry to hear of your loss and while it is so sad, I truly believe that you are being watched over by Nate and that he has an infinite number of Angels by his side. God be with you all!

    Melissa Andrews Goodwin

    Melissa Goodwin
  7. Nathan was a man that will always be remembered for his unselfish ways of loving to cook for others! When he would go off to work and return he would often call me and ask me what I was doing! I could hear him now ” Japass! What you doing”? Come over and eat! Yep the Eymard Cafe and the many advices he gave me will always be remembered! He treated me like his little brother and I will always remember that! Love yall!

    Mike Nassans " Japass"

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