Jacque Yvette Kincaid Sutton


Jacque Yvette Kincaid Sutton, 45, was born on May 7, 1976 in Santa Ana, CA to Lynne Patricia Toupin Kincaid and James David Kincaid. She graduated from Owasso High School in 1994. Jacque invested her life’s energy in raising three wonderful children and being the best sister, friend and Auntie you could have. She will forever be known for her beautiful smile, tinkling laugh and compassionate heart.

Jacque is preceded in death by her maternal grandparents Virgil Joseph and Yvette Jacqueline Toupin along with paternal grandfather Ray Harper Kincaid. She will be welcomed to Heaven by her Uncle Micheal Toupin, who preceded her in death by only a matter of days. Also greeting her will be Richard and Kyle Kincaid with whom she shared countless weekends enjoying their shared passions of hunting and fishing.

Jacque is survived by her maternal grandmother, Dorothy Hill Kincaid, her parents, her former husband Jason, children Jacob Ryan, Kylah Jean, and Chloe Brett. She was blessed with four aunts and uncles on both the Toupin and Kincaid sides. She enjoyed the company of eleven Kincaid and nine Toupin cousins. She is also survived by and is irreplaceable to her sisters Jamie and Sarah, as well as brothers Justin, James, & John Wesley. She holds a special place in the hearts of her nieces and nephews Brittney, Sebastian, Wyatt, Jace, Maddie, and Isla.

Visitation was held at Seydler-Hill Funeral Home, 906 Saint Paul St., Gonzales, on Wednesday, September 15. Jacque will be laid to rest at 10 a.m. Thursday, September 16, 2021 in a graveside service at Thompsonville Cemetery with Pastor Hollas Hoffman presiding. Masks are required. In lieu of flowers please consider contributing to the GoFundMe account named Jacque’s Wish that has been set up for her children to bridge the financial gap they are facing for the next several months. Pallbearers: Jacob Sutton, Stacey and Sebastian Darland, Justin Caddell, James David and John Wesley Kincaid. Honorary Pallbearers: Wyatt and Jace Caddell, James Terry, and David Howering. Friends may leave their condolences to the family by visiting

Please join us in an opportunity to visit and partake in light refreshments at Thompsonville Community Church immediately following the graveside service. Dorothy's World Famous Sweet Tea is not guaranteed. For those concerned about closed spaces and covid there is an outside area at the church so you can participate in funeral and reception. Services are under the care and direction of Seydler-Hill Funeral Home.