MOOERS - A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated Monday, Jan. 13, 2014, at St. Joseph's Church in Mooers for Rene Rabideau who passed away Jan. 10. Rev. Adrian Gallagher celebrated the Mass with Deacon Dennis Monty assisting. There was an honor guard of past fire chiefs. The pallbearers were Tim Miller, Kenny Hawksby, Leon Menard, Scott Rabideau (nephew), Donald LaPierre Jr. (nephew) and Josh Rabideau (grandson). Barbara Primeau (niece) and Alyssa Rabideau (granddaughter) read from the scripture. Words of remembrance were shared by Rene's nephew Donald LaPierre Jr. and a good friend Lola Miller. Cecile LaPierre (sister) and Beatrice Tetreault (sister) presented the spiritual gifts. The musician was Mr. George Schnob. Military honors were performed by the American Legion and the V. F. W. Arrangements were in the care of the Ross Funeral Home, 2586 Route 11, Mooers.
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