Obituary of Chelsi Lee LaButte
November 6, 1989 – November 8, 2023
Chelsi Lee LaButte. Age 34 of Brownstown.
Our sweet Chelsi has gone on to be with her Heavenly Father.
Chelsi Lee LaButte (our chee chee), age 34 passed away suddenly on November 8, 2023 at home.
Chelsi will always be remembered for her free spirit and her huge heart. She would do anything for you and give you all she had even though she didn’t have much. Chelsi could always be counted on to make you laugh or at the least smile. She could find humor in anything.
Chelsi was a beautiful girl inside and out. A precious part of our family.
Chelsi loved her family more than anything and when she loved, she loved “BIG” as she liked to say.
Chelsi was a born again Christian and knew she would one day be in heaven with her God. I am certain Chelsi’s grandma Terri is holding her tight and I am sure she led her to the hem of His garment.
Chelsi leaves behind her babies, the loves of her life, Brenden Scott, Bentley Chance and Aubrionna Faith (her bri-bri), her loving parents Jami and Regal Moning, sister Stephani (John) Buckner, brothers Matthew LaButte (Kayla Reside) and Remington Moning, her hero and best friend grandpa John Hamilton (Diana Antonucci) and father Jeffrey (Trish) LaButte. Granddaughter of Kathy LaButte and Karen LaButte. Loving aunt of Makenli, JJ and Kolton (chee-chees) babies. Beloved niece of Traci and Matt Trupiano, Johnny-John Hamilton, Keith LaButte and David (Kelly) LaButte. Also survived by many cousins and countless family members. She was preceded in death by grandma Terri Hamilton and grandpa Frank LaButte.
Chelsi’s life was a blessing, her memory a treasure. She will be forever loved and terribly missed.
“One day at a time” – Chelsi
In lieu of flowers, please consider a contribution for her three children - http://paypal.me/BrenBenBri2023. If you do not have access to paypal, please contact the funeral home for further information.
Officiant - Pastor Danny Slater
John Molnar, Sr. opened the Detroit Hungarian Funeral Home, now the Molnar Funeral Homes, in 1923. The funeral home began in his home until relocating across the street to it's Delray location at 8623 Dearborn Avenue, in 1936. He had a strong work ethic and believed that you should never stop learning...