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Marshall Neal Nadeau

September 27, 1947 February 8, 2021
Marshall Neal Nadeau
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Obituary for Marshall Neal Nadeau

Marshall Neil Nadeau passed away in Boise's St. Alphonsus hospital February 8, 2021 at the age of 73. He battled stage 4 lung cancer and had suffered a stroke weeks before. He was born to Richard and Rose Ellen Nadeau in Boise on September 27, 1947, where his mother raised him as a Southern Baptist. He later in life he choose to become Catholic at St. John’s Cathedral. He was married to Arleta Runkle (mother of his oldest, Michael) and Ann Looslie (mother of Nicole, his youngest). After getting his GED, he worked for BSU for 40 years as a custodian; operator at the water treatment facility; and as a chemical tech on the pool. For over the last 30 years, he resided in the small town of Kuna, Idaho. Here he raised his son for a short time and his daughter all through her school career. Throughout his life he enjoyed playing piano, watching NCIS, going for car rides in the mountains, spending time with friends at Roasters, and visiting family. But his true passion was enjoying conversations with everyone. He loved being able to give advice and guidance to those who could use it. He has 2 children Michael Neil Nadeau and Nicole Cherie Nadeau, and 2 granddaughters Amy Post and Aurora Marie Nadeau.

There will be a graveside funeral service will be held at 11:30 AM, Saturday, February 20, 2021 at the Kuna Cemetery, 1321 Boise St in Kuna.

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Service

Saturday

20

Feb

11:30 AM 2/20/2021 11:30:00 AM
Kuna Cemetery

1321 Boise Street
Kuna, ID

Kuna Cemetery
1321 Boise Street Kuna ID
United States

Graveside

Saturday

20

Feb

11:30 AM 2/20/2021 11:30:00 AM
Kuna Cemetery

1321 Boise Street
Kuna, ID

Kuna Cemetery
1321 Boise Street Kuna ID
United States
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