Obit: Dr. Archie F. Breazeale, MD


October 03, 1925 – March 26, 2020

Dr. Breazeale is survived by his wife, Mrs. Fay Breazeale; son, Mr. David Breazeale of Natchitoches; and daughters, Mrs. Lisa Breazeale Wells and husband Jim, of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and Mrs. Julie Breazeale Weikel and husband Mik, of Arlington, TX; grandchildren, Lauren Wells Strickland and husband William, Melissa Wells, Drew Wells, Rebekah Webb; great-grandchildren, Grace Strickland, and twins, Archie James Strickland and William Joseph Strickland; and sister, Jayne Breazeale Latiolais.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Archie F. Breazeale, Sr. and Cynthia Walker Breazeale; and daughters Kathlyn Anne Breazeale and Alison Breazeale Webb.

Due to recent health restrictions, funeral services for Dr. Breazeale will be scheduled and announced at a later time.


8 thoughts on “Obit: Dr. Archie F. Breazeale, MD

  1. Condolences to the family of Dr. Breazeale. He will be truly missed as a doctor who cared for so many. I was under his care for many years until he decided to retire. We are praying for his family. May God Bless!!

  2. What kind words of expressions can I say to the family of Dr. Breazeale? He was my mom’s doctor for many, many years, from her younger years to the ripe old age of 102. She loved him as her caring medical healer. Great doctor. Praying for the family.

  3. One of the greatest Doctors are area has ever had. A genuine TREASURE to our community. RIP DR Breazeale.

  4. A Natchitoches treasure to be sure. And as we remember him and honor his years of dedicated service to our community it reminds us that today, right now, more just like him are on the front lines of this war vs. this awful virus. Please pray for their safety, as they subject themselves to this risk.

    And again to all our wonderful medical professionals …. THANK YOU!

  5. He took care of my mom and me in 1956 when I was born. He was 30. She was 34. He was still caring for her in 2017 when she passed away. He was 91. She was 95. And all those years in between, he was there. There will never be another. We love you, Dr. Breazeale.

  6. Not only was Dr. Breazeale in my family’s lives since 1956 as our family physician, but he was like family also. I love him and his wife Fay. My prayers are with her and the family. Fly high Dr. B. You won your final race.

    • What a kind man and such a part of the Natchitoches community. I still can visualize Dr. B running through town with his bandana on.

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