Louis Stewart Pardy

May 2, 1932December 18, 2020

Louis Stewart Pardy, age 88, of North Las Vegas, Nevada passed away on Friday, December 18, 2020. Louis was born May 2, 1932. He was born 02 May 1932 in Bombay N.Y., to Louis and Christine Cook Pardy.He is a member of the Mohawk Tribe, Hoganburg, N.Y.

Louis served in the US Army in the 73rd Heavy Tank Battalion in the Korean War.

He married Doris Dion and had three children; Christine Cook Doherty, Richard, and David Pardy while working at Crown Zellebach Papermill in Carthage, NY.

In 1969, he married Margaret Harris, his loving wife of 47 years. Together, they raised her four children; Allan, Mark, Steven, and Scot Harris along with Christine and Richard. The family moved to North Las Vegas in 1974, where Lou lived in the same home until his passing.

He spent over 60 years devoted to helping veteran families and providing assistance to poor communities, funded and managed by B. POE, American Legion, VFW, and Knights of Columbus. He held top leadership roles in each organization. He will be greatly missed!

His viewing will be Wednesday 13 January in the Main chapel at Palm Mortuary Downtown located at 1325 N. Main St. A memorial service for him will be at 10am 14 January at St. Christopher's Church 1840 N. Bruce St., North Las Vegas. Burial ceremony will be at 12 noon 14 January at Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery located at 1900 Veterans Memorial Drive, Boulder City.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Pardy family.


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, January 13, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, January 14, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Thursday, January 14, 2021


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Gregory Barnaby

January 13, 2021

Lou and his wife Margaret, have been a steady presence at St Christopher's parish for many years and will continue to be so in the hearts and minds of those who worshiped the Lord with them at the first English Speaking Mass on Sundays. Lou served faithfully as a Knight of Columbus and as a minister of hospitality. His greeting was warm and welcoming, and his presence made one feel safe and secure. I will miss his smile, generous spirit , and our occasional meals together at favorite local eateries. God bless you Lou for being a positive influence in my life and may you be received into the Heavenly Kingdom with gladness!

Mike Rippa

January 11, 2021

It is with sadness to learn of Lou's passing. As a Brother Knight of Columbus we shared many, many events at St. Christopher's parish, also St. James the Apostle. His devotion to church was paramount during his life as a Grand Knight of his council inspiring support for charity, unity and fraternity. Blessings to his family as he rests in the sleep of peace. Mike Rippa