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Dean William Nadeau
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Dean William Nadeau Dean William Nadeau, 81, of Gore, Virginia, died Saturday, June 5, 2010, in Frederick County, Virginia. Mr. Nadeau was born in 1928, in Crown Point New York the son of the late Silas William Nadeau. He was the vice president of Store operations for Silco Corporation in Philadelphia, PA. Mr. Nadeau was …
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Terry left a message on January 30, 2013:
Dean was like a dad to me, while being one of my closest, and best friend. What should have been an hour or two with both of us cutting wood for my wood burning stove, would turn into 4-5 hours because of our discussions about the Lord and Israel. I will always love him and Shirley and miss his friendship and caring spirit. Anyone who knew Dean, would agree, that he was never concerned about himself, but would be there in an instant to see how he could help them. After knowing him for only a few months, he willingly offered his help remodeling parts of our basement and kitchen only requiring funds for supplies and very little more. He was truly the epitomy of what Yeshua spoke of, when He said we should all be servants of each other: putting others first. Thank you Dean, for speaking into our lives and truly living the life of a Christian disciple of Messiah. Your loving friend, Terry L. Land
Dan Robarge left a message on June 12, 2010:
Dean always made me laugh and I always admired his total dedication to Camp Rock Enon. When ever I think of camp, i can't help but think of Dean as well. He would actually take the time to show you how to do something the proper way instead of just assuming you knew what you were doing. I learned a lot from dean while working at camp and he was always willing to answer any question. Shirley, Lisa, Martin and the rest of the family, you are in the thoughts and prayers. Dean will be missed by many as he touched so many lives.
Gordon Valentine left a message on June 12, 2010:
So sorry for the loss of one great man. I'll never forget when he lived down the street and redid the playroom in our house and converted it into a bathroom. He would laugh at me thinking I was sucking my Big Toe, instead of sucking my thumb. Deepest thoughts are with Shirley, Lisa, Martin and the rest of the family, including the many lives he touched while working at Camp Rock Enon! Gordon Valentine
Roxanne Gear left a message on June 11, 2010:
My deepest sympathy in the loss of your husband, father, grandfather and friend. Jeff, my thoughts and prayers will be with you and your family. May God bless the life of Mr. Nadeau. Roxanne Gear
Glenda Nadeau left a message on June 10, 2010:
Dean blessed our lives in so many ways...he was a loving and caring friend, brother, and brother-in-law. Some of our fondest memories are family visits, playing Sequence and Chicken-foot dominoes, and telling stories. The trip to Jackson, MS for the Promise Keepers Convention and the Walk to Emmaus are special times for us. Dean will be missed terribly, but we have such precious memories to hold on to. Sunshine #2, from Gore, Va (pop.125) is now with Jesus. He may even be playing a little chicken-foot up there! We love you Dean. Bill and Glenda Nadeau
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Terry Land left a message on June 10, 2010:
Dean was like a dad to me, while being one of my closest, and best friend. What should have been an hour or two with both of us cutting wood for my wood burning stove, would turn into 4-5 hours because of our discussions about the Lord and Israel. I will always love him and Shirley and miss his friendship and caring spirit. Anyone who knew Dean, would agree, that he was never concerned about himself, but would be there in an instant to see how he could help them. After knowing him for only a few months, he willingly offered his help remodeling parts of our basement and kitchen only requiring funds for supplies and very little more. He was truly the epitomy of what Yeshua spoke of, when He said we should all be servants of each other: putting others first. Thank you Dean, for speaking into our lives and truly living the life of a Christian disciple of Messiah. Your loving friend, Terry L. Land
Mike left a message on January 30, 2013:
I served on camp staff for 7yrs, and I can honestly say the one thing that always comes to mind when I think of those years is Dean. He always was around to help, or to give advice from his impressive knowledge. He wil be missed by all who knew him. My thoughts and prayers are with his family, God Bless. I have no doubt Dean has a special place in heaven, and will watch over all. Thank you Dean for the memories, and all you did. God Bless, and Peace be your journey. Mike Rearick
Dan left a message on January 30, 2013:
Dean always made me laugh and I always admired his total dedication to Camp Rock Enon. When ever I think of camp, i can't help but think of Dean as well. He would actually take the time to show you how to do something the proper way instead of just assuming you knew what you were doing. I learned a lot from dean while working at camp and he was always willing to answer any question. Shirley, Lisa, Martin and the rest of the family, you are in the thoughts and prayers. Dean will be missed by many as he touched so many lives.
Gordon left a message on January 30, 2013:
So sorry for the loss of one great man. I'll never forget when he lived down the street and redid the playroom in our house and converted it into a bathroom. He would laugh at me thinking I was sucking my Big Toe, instead of sucking my thumb. Deepest thoughts are with Shirley, Lisa, Martin and the rest of the family, including the many lives he touched while working at Camp Rock Enon! Gordon Valentine
Roxanne left a message on January 30, 2013:
My deepest sympathy in the loss of your husband, father, grandfather and friend. Jeff, my thoughts and prayers will be with you and your family. May God bless the life of Mr. Nadeau. Roxanne Gear
Glenda left a message on January 30, 2013:
Dean blessed our lives in so many ways...he was a loving and caring friend, brother, and brother-in-law. Some of our fondest memories are family visits, playing Sequence and Chicken-foot dominoes, and telling stories. The trip to Jackson, MS for the Promise Keepers Convention and the Walk to Emmaus are special times for us. Dean will be missed terribly, but we have such precious memories to hold on to. Sunshine #2, from Gore, Va (pop.125) is now with Jesus. He may even be playing a little chicken-foot up there! We love you Dean. Bill and Glenda Nadeau
Mike Reaick left a message on June 13, 2010:
I served on camp staff for 7yrs, and I can honestly say the one thing that always comes to mind when I think of those years is Dean. He always was around to help, or to give advice from his impressive knowledge. He wil be missed by all who knew him. My thoughts and prayers are with his family, God Bless. I have no doubt Dean has a special place in heaven, and will watch over all. Thank you Dean for the memories, and all you did. God Bless, and Peace be your journey. Mike Rearick
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