Jason-Rabedeaux-Obituary

Jason Rabedeaux

El Paso, Texas

Age 49

Obituary

Jason Rabedeaux - the man whose future seemed so golden in 1999 - passed away Monday in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.He was 49.Rabedeaux, who had the unenviable task of succeeding Hall of Fame coach Don Haskins at UTEP in 1999, had been coaching the Saigon Heat, the first ever professional...

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I am deeply sorry to hear that. It is a sad moment for basketball. I was his player at Utep, I will miss him.

Justino Victoriano.

It is with a deep sense of sorrow that I send this out to Coach's family. I was his Public Address announcer at UTEP and will always treasure the memories of being there with him. Please let the Rabedeaux family know he will be missed. - Uncle Ray Adauto

My condolences. Keeping in mind the scriptural hope of everlasting life can sustain you.
John 17:3

My deepest sympathy to the family.

So very sorry to learn of Jason's passing. He called our house from Behrain after our Dad had passed away. His call and what he said meant a great deal to the Tierney family. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

My heart felt sympathy for the sudden, tragic loss of your son.

Our condolences to Coach Rabedeaux's family and friends. We have fond memories of him not only as UTEP coach but as he worked with youth during a basketball camp which our grandson attended. He left a lasting legacy. May he rest in peace.

Our condolences to Coach Rabedeaux's family and friends. We have fond memories of him not only as UTEP coach but also as he worked with youth during a basketball camp which our grandson attended. He left a lasting legacy. May he rest in peace.

Please accept our sincere condolences. Coach Rabedeaux coached our son Caleb Vinson at the YMCA when Caleb was only five or six years old, on a team with Beau. He tried to teach those little guys to pass the ball. That didn't always happen, but Coach seemed to enjoy himself anyway!