IN MEMORIAM: Laborers Local 110’s Cory Lynn Sansoucie

Cory Lynn Sansoucie, a member of Laborers Local 110, passed away on July 13, 2023, at the age of 46.

Brother Sansoucie was born in St. Louis on Aug. 25, 1976 to his loving parents Richard “Dick” Sansoucie and Gloria Thebeau. He grew up in a tight-knit family and cherished the bond he had with his siblings. He was a proud graduate of DeSoto High School in the class of 1993.

Following his graduation, Cory embarked on an honorable military career. From 1994 to 2002, he served in the Army National Guard. His dedication to serving his country was an inspiration to those around him. After completing his military service, he found employment as a dedicated worker for Local 110 and JacobsMeyers and owned and operated Right On Concrete for an impressive span of 26 years. He took great pride in his work and contributed immensely to these organizations throughout his career.

Beyond his professional achievements, Brother Sansoucie was known for being fun-loving and having an incredible work ethic. His energy and positive attitude were infectious to everyone he encountered. He lived life fully and embraced every moment with zest. When he wasn’t working, he enjoyed indulging in his passion for barbecue. Alongside his brothers, he co-founded 2 Bubs N Rub Pitmasters, where they created mouthwatering dishes that brought joy to many. Cory’s culinary prowess was celebrated by all who had the pleasure of tasting his creations. Cory was also a man of deep faith and found solace in going to church with his family. His spirituality was an integral part of his life, guiding him through both the highs and lows.

He is survived by his son AJ Sansoucie; father Richard “Dick” Sansoucie and wife Darla; mother Gloria Thebeau and husband Bernard; sister Stacey Kavanaugh and husband JR; brother James Sansoucie and wife Tricia, step-sister Gail (Dave) Wagy, step-brothers, Bernie Jr. (Liz) Thebeau and Michael (Lea) Thebeau; his nieces, Ashley Wilson and husband Kurtis, Taylor Ferguson and Ciara “Rosie” Ferguson; nephew Zaniel Watts; mother of his son Alischa Sansoucie, aunts, uncles, other relatives, dear and special friends were all blessed to have had Cory in their lives.

In lieu of flowers please make memorial donations to the American Heart Association.

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