Alcide James Esclavon, age 92, was born in 1927 in Lake Charles, LA. He moved to Seattle, WA in 1952. He served in the United States Navy from 1945 to 1954. During his Navy career he received the World war II Medal of Victory. He worked for the City of Seattle for 30 years at Seattle City Light as a foreman and in the Citizen Service Bureau. He also worked as a supervisor of ushers at the Seattle King Dome until retiring from the city. He was always a hard worker and provider for his family. Alcide James enjoyed fishing, traveling, camping, yardwork, sitting on the upstairs balcony, listening to the police scanner, and talking to many different people. He enjoyed jazz music and loved socializing at Borracchini's Bakery while enjoying doughnuts and coffee. He was baptized in Jesus' name and received the gift of the Holy Spirit. He is precede in death by his parents, James and Matilda Esclavon and his sister Cecile Esclavon Kaough. The joy of his life, wife of 50 plus years Floretta Ball Esclavon. Alcide is survived by his three daughters, Constance (Earnest) Thomas of Seattle, WA, Anita (Raymond) Lloyd of Springfield, HH, and Doretta Esclavon of Holt's Summnit, MO. Several grandchildren, Nikki (ZZirome) Bibbs, Rhonda Lloyd, Cassandra Lloyd, Caleb Lloyd, Crystal Lloyd, Raymond Lloyd III, Stacy Lloyd, Robin Lloyd, Nia (Lee) Kent, and Eric Thomas. He leaves behind his great grandchildren M Portis, Dorian Wynn, Nova Thomas and Mavie Thomas. In liu of flowers, please donate to the Odessa Brown Chilren's Clinic.