Juan Na “App” Byrnside, 73, of Truxno, LA went to be with our Lord Jesus April 25, 2016. Juan Na was born July 8, 1942.
Survived by his wife Debra Ann Byrnside, three children Laura Byrnside and fiancé Ronnie Stutts, Thomas Allen Byrnside, Richard Juan Byrnside and their mother Earline Evans, three step-children Matthew Colt Nation, Cassie Nicole Nation and Cyle Daniel Nation; Juan Na was “Papaw” and “Pop Pop” to 11 grandchildren, Casey Watkins, Mandy Phelps, Barry Phelps Jr., Jesse Dyke, Dustin Dyke, Natalie Dyke, Brooke Bishop, Adam Byrnside, Nathan Byrnside, Kaitlyn Byrnside, Callan Nation, Conlee Wynns, Carli Nation; great- grandchildren Kourtney, Kelsey, Collin, Marissa, Brittany, Emily, Alex and Jaxon ; sisters, Delores Hicks and husband Truman, Sandra Post and husband Steve, Pam Hollis and husband Danny, Bonnie Fields and husband Tuffy all of Farmerville; brothers Johnny Byrnside and wife Christella of Truxno, LA, and Isamael Cavillo. Many loving nieces and nephews.
Preceded in death by his parents, George and Sarah Byrnside; sister Patsy Ann Brocato and niece Heather Post.
Juan Na was a devoted husband, father and grandfather who lead his family with his faith in Jesus Christ. Juan Na was an Oil Field Consultant and loved to work. After he retired, he spent his time farming. He loved sitting and watching his cows with grandchildren at his side.
We will miss your big beautiful smile and all the wisdom you shared.
Juan Na would not say goodbye, he would say “So Long, See You Soon”
Special Thanks to Union General Hospital and Glenwood Medical Center and to the Angels he never got to meet Meridith, Crystal, Brittany, Kendarius, Dr. Brown and Dr. Donia. Too many to name.
Visitation will be Saturday, 5-8 P.M. April 30, 2016 at Kilpatrick’s in Farmerville. Services will be at Conway Baptist Church Sunday, at 2 PM in Conway, LA on May 1, 2016. Officiating will be Rev. Paul Carter and Gary Canterberry. Interment will follow in the church cemetery.