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Noland Bordelon



Aug. 31, 1929
Evergreen (Avoyelles County)
Avoyelles Parish
Louisiana, USA


Sep. 7, 1989
Caddo Parish
Louisiana, USA

He was a native of Bordelonville. Master Sergeant in the Marines and served in the Air-Wing division, he was a Korean war vet, and served in Puson and Chongu battles. For the major part of his life he was a missionary in La. Az. and ND. He belonged to the Community of Jesus Crucified and the Men of the Sacred Heart, and was director of the Cursillo. He spent the latter part of his life enthroning homes with the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary. 


Sacred Heart Cemetery (Prairie Ronde)
St. Landry Parish
Louisiana, USA

Created by: John Vincent Powers
Record added: May 26, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37548119


Flowers left for Noland Bordelon


It seems like just the other day I held your hand in mine; It seems like not too long ago that you were feeling fine. It seems like I've just kissed your cheek and welcomed you inside; It seems like we've just had a talk on selfish human pride. It seems like as the days go by I'll see your smiling face; It seems like with your presence, soon my dwelling you will grace. Always your memory will be as strong as it was yesterday; It seems that you're not gone at're only just away. Your daughter, Denise
- Denise Bordelon Wood


Sources: Find A Grave


Ellen Aymond Laborde, Mable Bordleon Aymondís daughter and niece of Noland.

Information provided to her by Margaret, Nolandís wife.


Pelican Footnote: Nolan was a native of Evergreen, as attested to by his birth information provided by the above website. His name has been spelled as Nolan and also by Noland. We do not change website information, but attempt to present all information of which we are aware.  


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