Colter Landen Obituary, Death – Funeral services for Colter Lane Landen will be held at the Freedom Baptist Church on Saturday, December 3, 2022 at one o’clock in the afternoon. The church is located at 56 Freedom Road, Pitkin, Louisiana 70656, and the address is in case you need it. The Reverend Jeff James and the Reverend Greg Willis will both be present to officiate the ceremony in their respective capacities as reverends. Following the visitation, the funeral service will be held at the Occupy #1 Cemetery in Pitkin, and the White Oaks Funeral Home in Oakdale will be in charge of making the necessary arrangements.

Between the hours of one and ten o’clock in the evening today, visitors are cordially invited to drop by the Freedom Baptist Church at any time. Visitation will resume on Saturday at 8:00 AM and continue until the funeral service begins at 1:00 PM. The funeral service will take place on Saturday. On November 30, 2022, Colter Lane, who had lived in Elizabeth and was only 2 months and half a month old when he passed away, was found dead in Oakdale. He was the newborn son of Charlie Landen and Morgan LeAnn Thompson Landen. His mother’s full name was Morgan LeAnn Thompson Landen. On September 9th, 2022, he was born in Leesville. The date was September 9th.

His maternal great-great-grandfather, Wilmer Thompson, and his paternal great-great-grandfather, Dennis Landen, both passed away before he was born. In addition, his maternal uncles, Toby and Jody Thompson, his paternal cousin, Izzy Landen, and his maternal grandmother, Glenell (Nana), also died before he was born. Colter Lane is survived by his parents, Charlie and Morgan Landen, his paternal grandparents, Charlie and Wendy Landen, his maternal grandmother, Scarlet Thompson, his paternal great-grandmother, Faye Landen, his maternal great-great-grandparents, W.J. Thompson and Irma Johnson, and his maternal great-great-grandmother, Girlie Thompson; his paternal aunt and uncle, Casey (Zack) Townsley and cousin Ashton; his paternal It has been decided that Charlie Landen, Sr., W.J. Thompson, and Tyler Maricle will serve as honorary pallbearers during the funeral service.