Butch passed away peacefully at his home in Walker at the age of 60 surrounded by his loving family. He was a parts salesman at Outdoor Power Sports in Denham Springs and served in the U.S. Army. Visitation will be held at Seale Funeral Home, Denham Springs on Saturday, April 1, 2023 from 4:00 PM until religious services at 6:00 PM in the funeral home chapel conducted by Pastor T. Lobell. He is survived by his loving wife, Donna L. Carney; mother, Frances Carney; daughters, Jackie Stewart (Alvarado), Amanda Ceresa and Kimberly McLin; sons, Dustin Stewart (Kelly) and Stephen Weiss; sisters, Katie Weber (Butch) and Megan Neveroski (Frank); brother, Bobby Carney (Tracey); grandchildren, Ciera Alvarado, Ezra Alvarado, Jackson Stewart, Levi Stewart and Charolett Stewart. He is preceded in death by his father, William Morgan Carney, Sr. and his former wife, Theresa L. Carney. Butch loved riding his Harley and loved spending time with his family. Please sign our online registry book.
March 30, 2023 at 3:57 pm
I’m so sorry to find that Butch has passed.
My deepest sympathies to Donna, Stephen, Kimberly, Dustin, Jackie and Amanda.
Butch, please say Hi to your Dad for me and look over your Mom.
Cousin Jim/Levittown, NY
March 29, 2023 at 6:00 pm
Good memories of Butch and Theresa…they both left too soon…
March 29, 2023 at 4:20 pm
Butch and I go back to abt the early 90s… We had many cook-outs, picnics, CRAB feasts,and birthday gatherings through the years with the “oldtimers” Bear, Woody, Timmy, Steve, Tony and of course Terri….
we all loved Terri’s cooking lol.
We had a lot of laughs, and some serious conversations. Butch gave the gals in this circle nicknames,
that ended in the word YAK. He said we were strong and had a lot to say.! ha ha. He called me the
“Mystic Yak”…LOL . We had a special birthday party for him at age 30 I think. With Cyndi and me.
After Terri, him, Jackie and Dustin moved south, Terri and Jackie and I kept in touch. He became lost for awhile after Terri’s passing, and I am glad to hear that he found someone that filled a place in his heart.
And could Love him.
The last time I spent time with Butch was in the Annapolis area at Paula’s funeral. He gave me
a gift to carry around in my van…a frog, so I would have a little bit of him with me, as this frog had traveled with him for a number of years. He will join Terri and his “brothers” in heaven and they will all have quite a reunion !
Let’s remember the good memories . RIP brother Butch. Say hi to the old gang. Jan Walker,
March 29, 2023 at 3:01 am
Forever in our hearts. You’re riding high in the clouds now. Give momma a kiss for me. Love ya daddy
March 29, 2023 at 2:04 am
Butch was a wonderful person who came into our lives over a year ago when my daughter and her son Aaron came into Outdoor Power Sports in Denham Springs. Butch was teaching Aaron to repair his go-cart and his dirt Bike. Aaron found a friend in Butch.