Jacques Nadeau

January 25, 1953May 14, 2018

Jacques Nadeau was born on January 25, 1953 and passed away on May 14, 2018


Jacques Nadeau

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Nichole Fonoimoana

October 23, 2018

If anyone knows how to get ahold of Jeremy or carey i would really appreciate it. My names Nichole Im 26 years old Jacque was my God father and his wife my God Mother. The first half of my slide they helped raised me as a child I had been meaning to reach out and find him and I barley found out the horrible news just today from searching online! Jeremy and Carey are my Cuzin’s and if anyone can contact them or give them my email I’d really appreciate it.

Rest In Paradise Uncle Jacque for you have always had A Special Place in my ❤️

Kimberly Montgomery Bell

August 24, 2018

Jacques, I have tried ,through the last years, to find friends from junior high. We lived on the same street and went to Rogers Jr. High together. Sometimes even walked (with Duette) to or from school together. You were a great guy and I considered you a good friend. Wish I had found you earlier. Rest in peace my sweet friend

chris (Dean) kozaites

June 12, 2018

I was saddened to hear of your death Jacques. I had hoped we would've got together again sometime. Your death brought back a flood of memories, like the day we met in 3rd grade when the principal asked me to take you around the school for awhile because you could only speak French. It was good your Mom was Greek so we had a common language. We hung out as good friends until 6th grade when my family moved to Belmont Shore and I though I would never see my Lafayette friends again. Imagine how surprised and happy I was when I found out you were also moving to the Shore. During Junior High, you and I discovered girls, fishing, swimming, diving, surfing, girls, and, unfortunately smoking. Hanging out at the Foster Freeze. Remember all those days on the Annie B, the fishing barge in Long Beach! Remember the Christmas of 1969 when we went to Denver for a week. Remember the weekend we "borrowed" our friends Dad's 14 foot outboard and went to Avalon so we could go to El Encanto to find girls to dance with. Yes, we got in trouble for that one. Jacques you were the best friend anyone could have and growing up with you, I am grateful for ALL the memories, thank you my friend, I hope to see you again! Those were the Wonder Years.

Virgil Weber

June 9, 2018

As an Alum of LASD Class 187 we started our LE career together "on the hill" in East LA. I did not see Jacques after graduation since I worked for an allied agency but the bond of brotherhood is forever. Being of the same age and retired the same year I can only think that your retirement was too short but I hope well lived. RIP Jacques.

Genie Stevens

May 26, 2018

Worked with Jacques at the LCMC Jail Wards...he added fun to the job-had a great sense of humor. Just nice to talk to. I was taken by surprise of his passing at what seems to be too young of an age to leave this earth. My sincere condolences to his family.

Albert Pelaez

May 16, 2018

Dear Carey and Jeremy, remembering your dad with great respect and love. Jacques was my long time radio car partner in the Sheriffs Department for a long time. I just learned of his passing last night and it hurts. Jacques and I took care of each other for many years and we got into some very dangerous situations. I tried reaching out to him through the department. I was told that a message was sent out to him, but I never received a response. He was my son, Johnny's godfather. He was a great patrol officer and detective. He always called me his brother and we promised each other that if anything ever happened to us. we would be there for each other's families. He saved me from lots of things as I did him. We were such great cops in the field that bad guys feared when we were on the streets. Rest in peace my brother, until we meet again. I will have a special mass said for him at church.