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Jerred Mark Necaise Obituary
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July 16, 2018

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January 2, 2007
Sorry for delay on this; was just thinking of my mom on the anniversary of her death and thought I'd chime in here. It is still amazing to me how much Pineville has changed since I was a kid. I remember the days of hearing the bass notes of Mr. Harold Lassare's organ playing next door while I was sitting on the front porch and seeing Mr. Ernest Lizana across the way tending to his horse. I recall watching folks washing clothes at Grandpa Louis Starita's laundry mat as Uncle Larry Starita stopped by for a minute to visit and would leave his truck door open. I remember sitting on the swing at Mr. Martin Dubuisson's house sitting next to Ms. Montez and listing to Aunt Marianne Fayard worrying aloud down the hill and watching Jerred Necaise chase a loose goat down the street towards the Pik Quick where Papa Ronnie Estapa sat counseling the daily beer drinkers. Of course the mansion on the hill was beautiful back then and was used frequently by the rich folks for weddings they'd attend by horse drawn carriage rides. Old man Cuevas still had chickens behind the store (I remember because I would go see them with Jerred and his dad). My dad, Patrick Madigan, was still a Pinevillian back then; I recall many fishing trips with him until he died a few years back. And I was an alter server at Our Lady of Lourdes where Father Jude was still with us. My, how downtown Pineville has changed. Wish I was a kid again, playing with my good friends Jamie and Jerred in the goat field overlooking that magestic mansion. God bless Jerred and his family and all of the others who have blessed our lives along the way. We should all be mindful of the impressions we leave on others each and every day --even something as small and goofy as chasing a goat down the street. Love and miss you Jerred; thanks for the memories. -Kyle.
May 23, 2006
I'm still in shock about this. Please know that my prayers are with you (Necaise family) I became friends with Jarred in highschool but moved away soon after and lost contact with everyone. With deepest sympathy, God bless.
April 21, 2006
I am sorry to hear for your loss. Jerred and I were good friends we were suppose to work together at the hard rock but we all know what happened there. I had been going through some rough times and he was always there when I needed to talk. I miss him already.
April 20, 2006
Dear Shelia, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I think of you often and will keep you in my prayers.