Nadine Gabor Obituary, Nadine Gabor Has Passed Away

Nadine Gabor Obituary, Death – On the 21st of January, 2023, Nadine Gabor passed away calmly while holding her Rosary. She was 85 years old. Nadine spent her childhood in Morganza, Louisiana, which is also her hometown. She served as a lector, and eucharistic minister, and brought communion to the ill after she retired from her position on the school board of Pointe Coupee Parish, after which she took her retirement to volunteer at the church parish of Saint Ann’s. In addition to that, Nadine was an active participant in the activities of the Court Isabella 809 Catholic Daughters of America.

Her parents, Oliver and Adele Ramagos, together with her two brothers, Kermit and Neal Ramagos, and one sister, Ann Chenevert, all passed away at the same time. Her husband of 33 years, Victor J. Gabor, also passed away.
Her four children, all named M. Reina, are Angela Landry, Mason, Zane Gabor, Olivia, and Amelia Gabor. She also has five grandchildren, three brothers named OJ, Thomas, and Marshall Ramagos, two sisters named Pam LeCoq and Susie Vosburg, and many cherished nieces and nephews. Some of her favorite nieces and nephews are Christine Landry, Roger Gabor (Holly), Tim Gabor (Stacey), and Chodie Gabor.

Nadine was cared for by Melanie Chenevert, Pamela Lecoq, David Jarreau, and Lisa Dalton until the last two weeks of her life, during which time she was able to remain in the Morganza that she cherished so much.
The viewing will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, January 25, 2023, and will be followed by the recitation of the Rosary at 9:30 a.m. and a Catholic funeral mass at 11:00 a.m. Mason Gabor, Zane Gabor, Whitney LeCoq, Zachary LeCoq, Madison LeCoq, and Tyler LeCoq will serve as the pallbearers on this occasion.

David Jarreau and Kade Lecoq will serve as honorary bearers of the casket. The family would like to express their gratitude to Dr. Ashley Bordelon as well as the caregivers at Lakeview Manor and Pointe Coupee Hospice.
Donations to Saint Ann’s Catholic Church in Morganza, Louisiana, might be made in lieu of flowers if the family so desires.


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