Myron "Juice" Dale Neadeau Sr., 56
Myron "Juice" Dale Neadeau Sr., 56, of Red Lake, died on Tuesday, March 1, 2006, at Red Lake PHS Indian Hospital in Red Lake. A funeral will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday at the St. Mary's Mission Catholic Church in Red Lake with Rev. Pat Sulliva...
Myron "Juice" Dale Neadeau Sr., 56, of Red Lake, died on Tuesday, March 1, 2006, at Red Lake PHS Indian Hospital in Red Lake.
A funeral will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday at the St. Mary's Mission Catholic Church in Red Lake with Rev. Pat Sullivan officiating. A wake will began on Thursday at the Red Lake Community Center in Red Lake and will continue until the time of service on Saturday. Burial will be in family burial grounds in Red Lake. The Cease Family Funeral Home in Bemidji assisted the family with arrangements.
Honorary pallbearers will be Gregory Good, Larry Good, Arlen Good, Oscar Spears, Steve Rainey, Gary Neadeau, Kyle Neadeau, Marla Needham, Lisa Cook, Donald Cook Jr., Vickie Neadeau, Lylah May, Janet Neadeau, Linda Lussier, Sherri Good, Missy Cook, Robert Neadeau Jr., Roger Neadeau Sr., and Carol Schoenborn.
Pallbearers will be Frank Spears, Clarence "Cease" Spears, Ronald Long, Leroy Garrigan, "Ducker" Kelly Sr., Edward Lussier, Ronald Kingbird, Brandon Neadeau, Daniel Neadeau, Steve Johnson Jr., Steve McPhereson and Steve Rainey.
He was born on April 16, 1949, to James and Katie (Sayers) Neadeau, in Red Lake. He was raised in Red Lake, attending St. Mary's Mission School and graduating from Red Lake High School in May 1967. He enlisted in the U.S. Army and was stationed in Germany for four years. He was honorably discharged in 1970 with a rank of Spec 4. He was a commercial fisherman and logger when he returned to Red Lake.
He enjoyed being with his friends, family and grandchildren.
He is survived by sons, Marcus (Vanessa) Neadeau of Red Lake, Myron (Alyssa) Neadeau Jr. of Red Lake and Shannon Neadeau of Bemidji; daughters, Ne-gone-equaye Neadeau of Red Lake and Katie Neadeau of Tucson, Ariz.; sisters, Edwina Neadeau of Red Lake, Allura May of Red Lake and Alivia Neadeau of Red Lake; brother, Leon Neadeau of Wisconsin; and eight grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, nine brothers, two sisters and three sons.